Cambria County Pennsylvania Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1309)Cambria County Police Departments
Cambria Township Police Department184 Municipal RoadEbensburgPA15931814-472-6040
Cambria County Police Departments
Northern Cambria Borough Police Department1202 Philadelphia AvenueNorthern CambriaPA15714814-948-4884
Adams Township Police Department125 Mary DriveSidmanPA15955814-487-4712
Ashville Borough Police Department109 Hickory StreetAshvillePA16613814-942-7140
Blacklick Township Police Department138 Duman RoadBelsanoPA15922814-749-7676
Carrolltown Borough Police Department132 East Carroll StreetCarrolltownPA15722814-344-6400
Carrolltown Police Department140 East Carroll StreetCarrolltownPA15722814-344-6400
Conemaugh Township Police Department142 Janie StreetJohnstownPA15902814-535-6924
Cresson Borough Police Department631 2nd StreetCressonPA16630814-886-8571
Cresson Township Police Department775 Portage RoadGallitzinPA16641814-886-5268
Croyle Township Police Department1654 Railroad StreetSummerhillPA15958814-495-5679
Dale Borough Police Department277 David StreetJohnstownPA15902814-535-7080
East Conemaugh Borough Police Department355 1st StreetEast ConemaughPA15909814-539-9908
East Taylor Township Police Department2402 William Penn AvenueJohnstownPA15909814-322-3801
Ebensburg Borough Police Department300 West High StreetEbensburgPA15931814-472-8930
Ferndale Borough Police Department109 Station StreetJohnstownPA15905814-288-4131
Gallitzin Borough Police Department411 Convent StreetGallitzinPA16641814-886-4014
Gallitzin Township Police Department206 Walnut StreetAshvillePA16613814-941-2179
Geistown Borough Police Department721 East Oakmont BoulevardJohnstownPA15904814-262-7326
Hastings Boro Office207 5th AvenueHastingsPA16646814-247-6663
Hastings Borough Police DepartmentPO Box 559HastingsPA16646814-247-8756
Hastings Borough Police Department207 5th AvenueHastingsPA16646814-247-8756
Jackson Township Police Department513 Pike RoadJohnstownPA15909814-749-0051
Johnstown Police Department401 Washington StreetJohnstownPA15901814-533-2074
Lilly Police Department417 Cleveland StreetLillyPA15938814-886-7225
Loretto Borough Police Department187 Saint Mary StreetLorettoPA15940814-472-8995
Nanty Glo Borough Office1015 1st StreetNanty-GloPA15943814-749-0331
Nanty Glo Borough Police Department1015 1st StreetNanty-GloPA15943814-749-0547
Patton Borough Police Department800 4th AvenuePattonPA16668814-674-3650
Pennsylvania State Police Troop A - Ebensburg100 Casale CourtEbensburgPA15931814-471-6500
Portage Borough Police Department721 Main StreetPortagePA15946814-736-9638
Richland Township Police Department322 Schoolhouse RoadJohnstownPA15904814-266-8333
Saint Francis University Police Department114 Franciscan WayLorettoPA15940814-472-3360
Sankertown Borough Police Department301 Pennsylvania AvenueCressonPA16630814-886-6865
Sankertown Borough Police Department305 Pennsylvania AvenueCressonPA16630814-886-2850
South Fork Borough Police Department507 Maple StreetSouth ForkPA15956814-495-9886
Stonycreek Township Police Department1610 Bedford StreetJohnstownPA15902814-266-3111
Summerhill Township Police Department114 Irving StreetJohnstownPA15905814-487-7314
Summerhill Township Police DepartmentIrvan StreetBeaverdalePA15921814-487-7314
Susquehanna Township Police Department508 Hillcrest StreetNorthern CambriaPA15714814-948-5735
University Of Pittsburgh - Johnstown Police Department450 Schoolhouse RoadJohnstownPA15904814-269-7005
Upper Yoder Township Police Department302 Elim StreetJohnstownPA15905814-255-6227
Vintondale Borough Police Department351 Main StreetVintondalePA15961814-749-0939
West Hills Regional Police Department1000 Luzerne StreetJohnstownPA15905814-255-4145
Cambria County Sheriff Department
Cambria County Sheriffs Department200 South Center StreetEbensburgPA15931814-472-1690
Cambria County FBI Office
Johnstown Pennsylvania FBI Office334 Bloomfield StreetJohnstownPA15904814-262-9290
Cambria County Probation Department
Cambria Probation Juvenile Crt401 Candlelight DriveEbensburgPA15931814-472-4700
Cambria County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Cambria County Arrest Warrants
Cambria County Child Support Warrants
Cambria County Criminal Records
Cambria County Sex Offender Registry
Cambria County Sheriff Website
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Searching For Warrant Records Online

What are Warrant Records? Warrant Records are legal documents issued by a judge that allow law enforcement officials to search and detain someone. These warrants are issued based on the suspicions of a person of committing or being involved in a crime. A person can get one for numerous reasons, such as missing a deadline, showing up to a meeting without an invitation, and so forth. In this case, there would be no court proceedings required, thus no formal charges would be filed. However, this does not mean that one can just have a warrant out for their own arrest without even breaking any laws.

A person can have a Warrant Records in two different ways. First, the person can have one issued by a judge. warrants can be issued for traffic violations, assault, burglary, murder, drug trafficking, and many other crimes. If a judge issues a warrant for a person, this means that a judge believes that a person’s actions fall under the parameters of a criminal act, and that by preventing the person from continuing with those actions, the court can protect itself. While these warrants might only last a few days, they will give police the right to arrest and detain the suspect, without having to wait for a court date.

Another type of warrant is called an arrest warrant. This type of warrant is issued by a judge based on the suspicion that a person has committed a crime, which falls under the guidelines of a criminal act. For instance, if a person were to rob a store and were caught, this would be considered a robbery, not a simple burglary. An arrest warrant would be issued because the store owner thought that the person was planning to rob the store. Arrest warrants are also used for some immigration purposes.

If an arrest warrant is issued, it will remain on a person’s personal record until it is lifted by order of a judge. If an arrest warrant is issued, it will stay on a person’s record for 10 years. At this point, the warrant will be handled by the Department of Corrections or the state police. The records will then be destroyed or removed from public access. However, a warrant is one of the most sensitive pieces of information, and employers often request it be removed from a potential applicant’s personal record. If someone wants to get a job, they must have a clean criminal background.

Warrant records are not only available online. You can go through the local government and state records to see what kind of information they have about a person. Most states allow you to search for criminal warrant records online, and many allow you to access them for free. Records are not always updated, so it may be difficult to find all of the information you need.

You can protect yourself by knowing when someone has an outstanding warrant out for their arrest. It is best to avoid getting involved with any personal contact with that person, especially if you do not know where they live or how long they have been in the neighborhood. A warrant can keep you from going on a date with that person or from even speaking to them. You should also make sure your family members, neighbors, or employers are aware of your situation and that they have knowledge if you are ever arrested. This could mean the difference between keeping your life and your partner’s life during a dangerous time.