Tillamook County Oregon Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1557)Tillamook County Police Departments
Oregon State Police - Tillamook Work Site5995 Long Prairie RoadTillamookOR97141503-842-2899
Tillamook County Police Departments
Tillamook Police Department210 Laurel AvenueTillamookOR97141503-842-2522
Garibaldi Police Department107 6th StreetGaribaldiOR97118503-322-3555
Manzanita Police Department165 5th Street SouthManzanitaOR97130503-368-7229
Manzanita Public Safety165 5th Street NorthManzanitaOR97130503-368-7229
Rockaway Beach Police Department220 U.s. 101Rockaway BeachOR97136503-355-2252
Tillamook County Sheriff Departments
Tillamook County Sheriffs Office / Tillamook County Correctional Facility5995 Long Prairie RoadTillamookOR97141503-842-2561
Tillamook County Sheriffs Office Substation107 South 6th AvenueRockaway BeachOR97136503-322-3555
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What Is a Warrant Records?

By accessing public record databases like the Oregon Vital Records or OVR database, anyone can find out a persons history. The databases contain detailed records about criminal and civil charges as well as other financial commitments. Warrant Records in Tillamook County Oregon are one of the best online resources for anyone looking for background details about someone.

There are three types of warrant records: a civil warrant, criminal warrant and federal warrants. A civil warrant is issued when there is reason to suspect a person of some wrongdoing, such as suspicion of tax evasion. For these, authorities generally require a person to appear in court and give evidence. If the person does not comply, the warrant will be granted and they will be arrested.

Criminal warrants are issued by a judge. They are used to identify people thought to be dangerous and to keep the community safe. Obtaining these warrants requires the person to be in violation of some state law. For example, an employer cannot hire someone under false pretenses or they can’t allow their minor child to travel without supervision. Searching for criminal records is very time consuming and the information is not always available. In cases of failure to comply with the law, the warrant will be revoked and the person will be charged with a new crime.

Warrant records are different from a person’s civil record. Unlike civil records, the records show when, where and by whom the search was conducted. If a person has been arrested but the arrest wasn’t made within the jurisdiction of the courts, the warrant is considered null and void. Similarly, a warrant doesn’t mean the person has committed a crime. Rather, it indicates the presence of some kind of suspicion that justifies a police investigation.

Warrant records in Tillamook County are maintained at the county courthouse. This is usually done by the Circuit Court Clerk. Anyone looking for information can go down to this office and request access to these records. A simple fax number will be required and an application will be submitted along with proof of identification. State laws mandate that anyone searching for such records must pay a minimal fee.

Like any other public records, warrant records have to be protected from unauthorized use. This is normally done by the issuing authority either through regulations or through court orders. Warrant records are not supposed to be released to a third party unless court proceedings have been initiated. Warrant records are confidential documents. Therefore, violating the law can result in criminal charges.