Clearfield County Pennsylvania Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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(1315)Clearfield County Police Departments
Clearfield Police Department14 South Front StreetClearfieldPA16830814-765-7819
Clearfield County Police Departments
Pennsylvania State Police Troop C - Clearfield147 Doe Hill RoadWoodlandPA16881814-857-3800
Curwensville Police Department900 Susquehanna AvenueCurwensvillePA16833814-236-3858
Decatur Township Police Department575 Fairview RoadOsceola MillsPA16666814-339-6775
Du Bois Police Department16 West Scribner AvenueDuBoisPA15801814-371-2323
Lawrence Township Police Department1215 Hall StreetClearfieldPA16830814-765-1647
Morris Cooper Regional Police Department1183 Oak Grove RoadMorrisdalePA16858814-342-5621
Sandy Township Police Department1094 Chestnut AvenueDuBoisPA15801814-371-4220
Clearfield County Sheriff Department
Clearfield Sheriffs Office1 North 2nd StreetClearfieldPA16830814-765-2641
Clearfield County Probation Department
Clearfield County Probation Department230 East Market StreetClearfieldPA16830814-765-2641
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Clearfield Borough Police Department Website
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How to Get Access to Your Local Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Clearfield County, PA are considered public information because they are filed in the Superior Court of Pennsylvania. All warrants for arrests must be filed and then filed with the courts and must be given to the Police Department where the arrest was made or to the Office of the Attorney General. These records are public and anyone can access them. There are two main reasons for having these records, one being an arrest and the other being a conviction. In order to get these records you will have to visit your local courthouse. You will have to fill out an application and then give permission for someone to look up warrants for you.

There are different reasons for needing these types of records. One of the main reasons is that they will show background information on a person. The court may have reasons to keep track of a person’s criminal activity by keeping track of their records. This is one of the most common reasons for these records being kept in the court houses of the state.

Warrant records will also reveal a persons status as a sex offender. If they have been convicted of a crime a record will be present. Another reason you might need these records is if you are looking to hire someone to work around your home or at your business. It will let you know if they have any criminal records and if they have been convicted of a crime.

If you are going to hire someone then you will need to know their background. You can check the person’s background and see what happened in their past. In many cases it is clear to see if the person has a criminal past. You may find that there are discrepancies in the details of this, depending on the details you have uncovered. When you hire someone and you want to make sure they are who they say they are you can use criminal records to determine this.

Warrant records are kept in the local police station and will remain there for up to seven years. After this time period the warrant records are destroyed. The reason they are kept in the local police station is to show proof that a person has been arrested and the proceedings were carried out as required under the law.

Searching a person’s warrant records is not easy. The only way you will know for sure is by taking the next step and accessing the records yourself. You will need to fill in an application form. This is done online and usually takes around 2 hours. Once you have completed the process you will be able to view the information and see if the person you are searching for has an active warrant.