Lebanon County Pennsylvania Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1477)Lebanon County Police Departments
Lebanon City Police Department400 South 8th StreetLebanonPA17042717-272-6611
Lebanon County Police Departments
Lebanon County Detective Bureau400 South 8th StreetLebanonPA17042717-274-2801
North Lebanon Township Police Department725 Kimmerlings RoadLebanonPA17046717-273-8141
South Lebanon Township Police Department1800 South 5th AvenueLebanonPA17042717-274-0481
Annville Township Police Department36 North Lancaster StreetAnnvillePA17003717-867-2711
Cleona Borough Police Department14 West Walnut StreetCleonaPA17042717-274-2510
Cleona Police Department140 West Walnut StreetCleonaPA17042717-274-2510
Cornwall Borough Police Department36 Burd Coleman RoadLebanonPA17042717-274-2071
Fort Indiantown Gap Police Force7-5 Wiley RoadAnnvillePA17003717-861-2727
Heidelberg Township Police Department111 Mill RoadNewmanstownPA17073717-949-3855
Millcreek Township Police Department81 Alumni AvenueNewmanstownPA17073610-589-4066
Myerstown Borough Police Department101 East Washington AvenueMyerstownPA17067717-866-5317
North Annville Township Police Department1020 Pennsylvania 934AnnvillePA17003717-867-1814
North Annville Twp Supervisors1020 North State Route 934AnnvillePA17003717-867-1814
North Cornwall Township Police Department320 South 18th StreetLebanonPA17042717-274-0464
North Londonderry Township Police Department655 East Ridge RoadPalmyraPA17078717-838-5276
Palmyra Borough Police Department325 South Railroad StreetPalmyraPA17078717-838-8188
Pennsylvania State Police Troop L - Jonestown2632 Pennsylvania 72JonestownPA17038717-865-2194
Richland Borough Police Department5 Pine StreetLebanonPA17042717-866-5601
South Annville Township Police Department1300 South White Oak StreetLebanonPA17042717-867-1003
South Londonderry Township Police Department20 West Market StreetPalmyraPA17078717-838-1376
Lebanon County Sheriff Department
Lebanon Sheriffs Office400 South 8th StreetLebanonPA17042717-228-4410
Lebanon County Probation Department
Lebanon County Probation Department508 Oak StreetLebanonPA17042717-273-1557
Lebanon County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Cleona Borough Police Department Press Releases
Lebanon County Arrest Warrants
Lebanon County Child Support Warrants
Lebanon County Criminal Records
Lebanon County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Lebanon County Sex Offender Registry
Lebanon Daily News Police Logs
North Cornwall Township Police Department Community Alerts
Palmyra Borough Police Department Press Releases

What Is a Warrant Record?

Warrant records in Lebanon County are among the most public of all public records available. When a person is arrested and charged with a crime, it is not uncommon for their arrest records to be searched online. In many cases, this will turn up nothing; however, there are instances when criminal charges are more extensive than just a few documents. This is when an individual can obtain their own copy of their own public arrest record from the court in which they were arrested in.

What are warrant records? Warrant records contain the personal details of a person, such as their name, date of birth, address, and more. They can also show any warrants that have been placed against them as well. This includes sexual offender registries and sex offender searches. If a person fails to appear at their court date, they will be entered into the national sex offenders register and their information will become available to the public.

To obtain a copy of a person’s warrant record, it must first be determined whether it is a criminal or civil warrant. A warrant is an order from a court that says that a person has committed a crime that is considered to be a felony. In these cases, the person’s name will appear on the court’s official list of warrants. However, a warrant will only be issued if the person actually follows the court’s orders. That being said, warrants are not necessarily reserved for criminal violations only.

The person’s name will also be listed on the records if they have been convicted of a crime. However, conviction information is only available to law officials and police, not other people. Similarly, it will also only show a person’s name if they have been convicted of a misdemeanor. The reasons for these requirements are that they are supposed to protect the public, and the public’s safety, and not the identity of any person.

There are some warrant records that can be accessed for free. These are, however, only available in certain jurisdictions. The most common jurisdiction that is allowed to release warrant records for free is the state. Other jurisdictions require the requesting party to reimburse the state for expenses incurred in releasing the record.

If you want more detailed information on a person’s history, you can always perform a search using an online service. Some services can provide you with an individual’s whole background history, warrant searches, and even mug shot (if they have one). This is much cheaper than hiring a detective to search for the records for you.