Susquehanna County Pennsylvania Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1669)Susquehanna County Police Departments
Susquehanna Borough Police83 Erie BoulevardSusquehannaPA18847570-853-3147
Susquehanna County Police Departments
Susquehanna County Detectives11 Maple StreetMontrosePA18801
Susquehanna Depot Borough Police Department284 Erie BoulevardSusquehannaPA18847570-853-3147
Borough Of Lanesboro Police Department26 East High StreetSusquehannaPA18847570-853-2911
Clifford Township Police DepartmentCemetery RoadForest CityPA18421570-342-9111
Forest City Borough Police Department535 Main StreetForest CityPA18421570-785-3453
Montrose Boro Police Department115 Cherry StreetMontrosePA18801570-278-1312
Montrose Boro Police Department61 Cherry StreetMontrosePA18801570-278-1312
Oakland Boro Police Department191 Erie BoulevardSusquehannaPA18847570-853-2911
Pennsylvania State Police Troop R - Gibson2856 Pennsylvania 848New MilfordPA18834570-465-3154
Silver Lake Township PoliceJohn C McNamara DriveBrackneyPA18812570-278-6818
Silver Lake Township Police DepartmentWilkes Barre TurnpikeBrackneyPA18812570-278-6818
Susquehanna County Sheriff Departments
Susquehanna County Sheriff's Office105 Maple StreetMontrosePA18801570-278-4600
Susquehanna Sheriff11 Maple StreetMontrosePA18801570-278-4600
Susquehanna County Probation Department
Susquehanna Probation Office105 Maple StreetMontrosePA18801570-278-4600
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Warrant Records And You

Warrant Records are files that serve as evidence when any government agency demands it of a person. In the event of an arrest, a warrant is issued by a judge. The Warrant Records are then kept by the police department or Federal Bureau of Investigation. Any time a person is arrested for any of the offenses listed above or any other crime, a Warrant Records Check is conducted by the police authorities to see if the person is free or not. If the person is declared to be guilty, then his or her Warrant Records are produced.

Before issuing the warrant, the judge must be satisfied that there is a good and sufficient reason to do so. Warrant Records Check can also be done to confirm if a person has been divorced or not. The information from the person’s arrest record is very important when it comes to getting a Marriage License in the state of Pennsylvania. The same applies to a divorce in Allegheny County.

A warrant can be issued in two ways. First, it can be based on the person’s name. The name of the person being accused is taken as the basis. So if your name has been mentioned in connection with some crime, then your records will be affected and you won’t be able to get a Marriage License until all the proceedings are over.

The second method of getting a warrant is by the issuing authorities based on the crime committed. This can either be a state or federal warrant. The name of the person who committed the crime will be the basis of the warrant. So if your name is mentioned in the police report then you can rest assured that you are not free and clear of the “warrants”.

What is the process of getting a copy of a person’s name and address? It is relatively simple and fast. You can approach the concerned office where the warrant was stated and can expect to receive a copy of the person’s name within 10 days. However, if the details behind the warrant is not given then the waiting period becomes longer.

If the details behind the warrant are disclosed then the process gets a little complicated. Under certain circumstances you might have to obtain your warrant records directly from the court. If this happens then the waiting period can become even more difficult. But if you are sure of the person’s identity then you can have a look at the official government web site and there you can access the full history of the person. There is also another option available through which you can get a person’s warrant records even though the person might not be a resident of US. You can approach the concerned bureau or office and can expect to get the records within 24 hours.