|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(1312)Centre County Police Departments|
|Patton Township-Centre County||100 Patton Plaza||State College||PA||16803||814-234-0271|
|Centre County Police Departments|
|Bellefonte Police Department||236 West Lamb Street||Bellefonte||PA||16823||814-353-2320|
|Ferguson Township Police Department||3147 Research Drive||State College||PA||16801||814-237-1172|
|Patton Township Police Department||100 Patton Plaza||State College||PA||16803||814-234-0273|
|Penn State University Police Services||30 Eishenhower Deck||University Park||PA||16802|
|Pennsylvania State Police Troop G - Philipsburg||3104 Port Matilda Highway||Philipsburg||PA||16866||814-342-3370|
|Pennsylvania State Police Troop G - Rockview||745 South Eagle Valley Road||Bellefonte||PA||16823||814-355-6020|
|Philipsburg Police Department||4 North Centre Street||Philipsburg||PA||16866||814-342-1956|
|Spring Township Police Department||1309 Blanchard Street||Bellefonte||PA||16823||814-355-5134|
|State College Police Department||243 South Allen Street||State College||PA||16801||814-234-7150|
|Centre County Sheriff Department|
|Centre County Sheriff||213 East High Street||Bellefonte||PA||16823||814-355-6803|
|Centre County FBI Offices|
|State College Pennsylvania FBI Office||315 South Allen Street||State College||PA||16801||814-234-0341|
|State College Pennsylvania FBI Office||135 East Nittany Avenue||State College||PA||16801||814-234-0341|
|State College Pennsylvania FBI Office||330 Innovation Boulevard||State College||PA||16803||814-234-0341|
|Centre County Probation Department|
|Centre County Probation Department||102 South Allegheny Street||Bellefonte||PA||16823||814-355-6771|
|Centre County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Centre County Child Support Warrants|
|Centre County Criminal Records|
|Centre County Criminal Records (Pennsylvania)|
|Centre County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Centre County Sex Offender Registry|
|Centre County Sheriff's Department Website|
|Centre County Sheriff's Office Non-Support Warrants|
|Centre County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Sales|
|Ferguson Township Police Department Most Wanted|
|Penn State University Police and Public Safety Crime Reports|
|State College Accident Reports|
|State College Police Department Parking Tickets|
|State College Police Department Unsolved Crimes|
Warrant Records – Information on Anyone
Warrant Records are legal documents that serve as evidence that a person has committed or is committing a crime. They provide evidence for prosecution of a person. These are different from civil arrests that occur without warrant. They are different as the person must have knowledge that they have committed a crime. The government produces these documents in two formats: micro-fiche and hard copies.
The micro-fiche is a text version of the warrant while the hard copy is a photo. When a person is arrested, the booking clerk may produce the micro-fiche or copy of the warrant. In order to produce the warrant, the person must have access to the public records of the person that was arrested. If not, they must go to the county courthouse to obtain it.
There are many reasons why the government produces this record. They use it when requesting a person’s background information. If a person has been convicted of a crime, the government can find this out by contacting the court. The person can then be informed of their conviction. Many employers will also check to see if a person has a criminal record before hiring them.
Warrant records can also be used for immigration purposes. If a person has already lived in a country for six months without a valid status visa, the government will use a warrant to check to see if they still have a green card. Those who have already obtained a green card can apply to take an exam to become naturalized citizens. The records can also be used to check to see if a person has any outstanding warrants out for their arrest.
There are many situations where a warrant may be carried out. Any time a person is suspected of a crime, they may be taken into custody and searched. They can then be placed in jail until they can be found. Some warrants also allow for a bail bondsman to pick the person up and take them to court. Bail bondsmen do not have a legal right to detain a person without charge, but they are the only one that can do so.
Warrant records are available to the public. They can be accessed online from local police stations or through state or federal databases. These online records are comprehensive and contain information on all sorts of people. If a person needs more information about a person, they can use an online public records search to get it.