Northumberland County Pennsylvania Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1577)Northumberland County Police Departments
Northumberland Borough Police Department219 2nd StreetNorthumberlandPA17857570-473-8446
Northumberland County Police Departments
City Of Shamokin Police Department511 North Franklin StreetShamokinPA17872570-648-5708
Coal Township Police Department805 West Lynn StreetFairview-FerndalePA17866570-644-0333
Kulpmont Borough Police Department860 Spruce StreetKulpmontPA17834570-373-1522
Milton Borough Police Department1 Filbert StreetMiltonPA17847570-742-8757
Mount Carmel Borough Police Department137 West 4th StreetMount CarmelPA17851570-339-6020
Mount Carmel Township Police Department300 Laurel StreetMount CarmelPA17851570-339-1653
Pennsylvania State Police Troop F - Milton50 Lawton LaneMiltonPA17847570-524-2662
Pennsylvania State Police Troop F - Stonington2465 Pennsylvania 61SunburyPA17801570-286-5601
Point Township Police Department759 Ridge RoadNorthumberlandPA17857570-473-9364
Ralpho Township Police Department206 South Market StreetElysburgPA17824570-672-9892
Riverside Borough Police Department301 Dewart StreetDanvillePA17821570-275-4305
Sunbury Police Department440 Market StreetSunburyPA17801570-286-4584
Watsontown Borough Police Department318 Main StreetWatsontownPA17777570-538-2773
Zerbe Township Police Department200 East Shamokin StreetTrevortonPA17881
Northumberland County Sheriff Department
Northumberland County Sheriffs Office201 Market StreetSunburyPA17801570-988-4155
Northumberland County Probation Department
Northumberland County Probation Department322 North 2nd StreetSunburyPA17801570-495-2342
Northumberland County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Northumberland County Arrest Warrants
Northumberland County Child Support Warrants
Northumberland County Criminal Records
Northumberland County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Northumberland County Police Logs
Northumberland County Sex Offender Registry
Northumberland County Sheriff Property Records

Warrant Records Can Reveal a Lot of Information About People

Warrant records are one of the most sensitive pieces of public information. It is considered to be a public record and as such can be accessed by any person who is entitled to do so. These records include all warrants and arrests that have been made throughout the country. In the state of Northumberland County, these records are available for anyone who needs them. There is no cost to view or retrieve these records, and the person who requested the copy is entitled to one per year.

Warrant records are used to locate a person and to identify them in the case of missing persons. In some instances a person may run afoul of the law and their identity may be stolen. In these cases, there may be warrants out for their arrest. If a person does not appear in court on the date set by the court, their record will be reported as an absent without any warrant. Therefore if the person’s address is not established in the area, they could end up with an arrest warrant.

These records are kept by local police departments and the county sheriff’s office. To locate a person’s record, you can call the local police department or the county sheriff’s office and ask them to search for the person you are searching for. When requesting a search, provide as much information about the person as possible such as their full name, current address, social security number, and date of birth. Some police departments and the sheriff’s office have developed websites where you can search for warrant records. These websites allow you to enter a person’s name and then you can look up all the records that are associated with that person.

In order to find these records online, you will need the first and last name of the person, their address, and their social security number. When searching online, you will be asked to enter these things and click on the “enter” button. This will bring up a screen that will let you know whether or not the person you are looking for has a warrant out for their arrest. If a warrant is present, you will be shown the charges against the person and the dates that those charges were filed.

If you are looking for warrant records on an individual, you can contact the police department where the person lives. Depending on how criminal charges are filed in your county, the police department should have these records available for you to view. There is one minor inconvenience to using the police department instead of a private detective. You will usually have to pay a processing fee in addition to their bill.

Warrant records are public information so you can find them. The only thing is that you may have to do some detective work and try to find all the information that you need. A private investigator might charge you a hefty amount in addition to the time it would take you to sift through the records to find the information you are looking for. So if you want to be sure that you are not dealing with someone with a criminal background, you should consult a professional who can get you the information you need without much of a hassle.