Westmoreland County Pennsylvania Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1676)Westmoreland County Police Departments
Bell Township Of Westmoreland County Police Department2324 Pennsylvania 380SaltsburgPA15681724-697-4121
Westmoreland County Police Departments
Westmoreland County Park Police2 North Main StreetGreensburgPA15601724-830-3567
Allegheny Township Police Department136 Community Building RoadLeechburgPA15656724-845-9410
Arnold Police Department601 Drey StreetNew KensingtonPA15068724-339-9663
Avonmore Borough Police Department619 Allegheny AvenueAvonmorePA15618724-697-4747
Bolivar Police Department622 Washington StreetBolivarPA15923724-676-2018
City Of Jeannette Police Department110 South 2nd StreetJeannettePA15644724-527-4013
Delmont Police Department77 Greensburg StreetDelmontPA15626724-468-8501
Derry Police Department116 East 2nd AvenueDerryPA15627724-694-8030
Greensburg Police Department416 South Main StreetGreensburgPA15601724-838-4311
Irwin Borough Police Department424 Main StreetIrwinPA15642724-864-3103
Latrobe Police Department901 Jefferson StreetLatrobePA15650724-537-5526
Ligonier Borough Police Department112 North Fairfield StreetLigonierPA15658724-238-5611
Ligonier Township Police Department1 Municipal Park DriveLigonierPA15658724-238-5105
Lower Burrell Police Department2800 Bethel StreetNew KensingtonPA15068724-339-4287
Manor Borough Police47 Race Saint ExdManorPA15665724-863-7553
Manor Borough Police DepartmentBrush Creek RoadManorPA15665724-863-7553
Monessen Police Department100 3rd StreetMonessenPA15062724-684-6151
Mount Pleasant Police Department1 Etze AvenueMount PleasantPA15666724-547-7210
Mount Pleasant Secretary Office1 Etze AvenueMount PleasantPA15666724-547-6745
Murrysville Police Department4120 Sardis RoadMurrysvillePA15668724-327-2111
New Florence Police Department117 Franklin StreetNew FlorencePA15944724-235-2011
New Kensington Police Department301 11th StreetNew KensingtonPA15068724-339-7534
North Belle Vernon Police Department503 Speer StreetBelle VernonPA15012724-929-7011
North Huntingdon Township Police Department11279 Center HighwayIrwinPA15642724-863-8800
Penn Township Police Department2000 Commercial CourtIrwinPA15642724-863-1119
Pennsylvania State Police Troop A - Greensburg100 North Westmoreland AvenueGreensburgPA15601724-832-3288
Pennsylvania State Police Troop A - Kiski Valley4451 Pennsylvania 66ApolloPA15613724-727-3434
Pennsylvania State Police Troop B - Belle Vernon560 Circle DriveBelle VernonPA15012724-929-6262
Pennsylvania State Police Troop T - New Stanton2200 North Center AvenueNew StantonPA15672724-755-9463
Rostraver Township Police Department205 Municipal DriveBelle VernonPA15012724-929-4111
Saint Clair Township Police Department112 Kuvinka AvenueSewardPA15954814-446-4261
Scottdale Police Department10 Mount Pleasant RoadScottdalePA15683724-887-8220
Seward Borough Police Department233 Indiana StreetSewardPA15954814-446-6164
Smithton Borough Police Department615 Center StreetLatrobePA15650
South Greensburg Police Department1515 Poplar StreetGreensburgPA15601724-834-2915
Southwest Greensburg Police564 Stanton StreetGreensburgPA15601724-834-8730
Trafford Police Department430 Brinton AvenueTraffordPA15085412-372-6550
University Of Pittsburgh-Greensburg Police150 Finoli DriveGreensburgPA15601724-836-9865
Upper Burrell Township Police Department3735 7th Street RoadNew KensingtonPA15068724-335-0664
Vandergrift Police Department109 Grant AvenueVandergriftPA15690724-568-5507
Washington Township Police Department289 Pine Run Church RoadApolloPA15613724-727-3410
West Leechburg Borough Police Department1015 Plazak StreetLeechburgPA15656724-845-2379
West Leechburg Police Department1015 Playzak StWest LeechburgPA15656724-845-2379
West Newton Borough Police Department112 South Water StreetWest NewtonPA15089724-872-8610
Westmoreland County Sheriff Departments
Westmoreland County Sheriff Department2 North Main StreetGreensburgPA15601724-830-3457
Westmoreland County Sheriff's Office2 North Main StreetGreensburgPA15601724-830-3457
Westmoreland County Probation Department
Westmoreland County Probation Department2 North Main StreetGreensburgPA15601724-830-3700
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You may have come across the term “warrant records” when searching for background information on an individual. A “warrant” is an obligation or responsibility imposed upon a person by the state, other countries, or other governmental entities. A “warrant record” is basically a document, collection, or set of documents that legally bind a person into a legal agreement. These documents typically include things like titles, deeds, mortgages, deeds of trust, and more. All of these things are recorded in a series of public records.

All of these records are public information. That means that anyone can access them. However, many times people do not realize that the records are available to them, and this can hinder investigations. This is because people may try to get free legal advice from someone without actually knowing the full extent of that legal obligation. In this case, having access to public warrant records can help you understand precisely what you need to do in order to legally serve someone with legal documents.

There are different types of warrants. Some only last for a certain amount of time, while others may exist for much longer periods. The type of warrant that you have will dictate the process that you would need to follow in order to serve that individual with legal documents. For example, a warrant for your arrest may only last for a few months, but an arrest warrant could remain in place until the courts determine your arrest was legally valid.

Serving a warrant involves several steps. One of the first steps to take when attempting to serve a warrant would be to apply for an arrest warrant. You would do this in the county where the person you want to serve has an outstanding warrant for their arrest. Once you have completed an application for an arrest warrant, you will likely be notified a few days later as to whether or not the warrant has been lifted. In some cases, individuals who fail to appear at their court date can still be arrested, so it is important to pay attention to any outstanding warrants that you may have.

After you have served the warrant, you will need to go to the courthouse where the warrant was issued. To serve this warrant, you would simply need to stand in front of the courthouse, hand deliver the papers, and then allow the clerk to serve the documents to the person you are targeting. If you have any questions regarding how to legally serve this warrant, there are several law enforcement personnel standing by the court house to assist you. Most warrants issued in Georgia are honored locally, meaning that they are honored depending on where they were issued. However, there are some warrants that need to be served over the interstate to ensure their validity.

If you are looking to search through a persons’ criminal records, you can search warrant records for an outstanding warrant online. There are online databases that allow you to perform a search in order to find out the details of a persons’ warrant. By performing a search warrant, you can learn the criminal record of the person who the warrant was written for, and more. Searching through these legal documents can be very beneficial to you as well as a law abiding citizen.