Kent County Rhode Island Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1184)Kent County Police Departments
Community College Of Rhode Island Police Dept400 East AvenueWarwickRI02886
Kent County Police Departments
Coventry Police Department1075 Main StreetCoventryRI02816401-826-1100
East Greenwich Police Department176 1st AvenueEast GreenwichRI02818401-886-8640
Rhode Island State Fire Marshal - Arson Investigations560 Jefferson BoulevardWarwickRI02886
Theodore Francis Green Airport Police Department2000 Post RoadWarwickRI02886401-737-7789
Warwick Police Department99 Veterans Memorial DriveWarwickRI02886401-468-4200
West Greenwich Police Department280 Victory HighwayWest GreenwichRI02817401-397-7191
West Warwick Police Department1162 Main StreetWest WarwickRI02893401-821-4323
Kent County Sheriff Department
Kent County Sheriffs Office / Kent County Jail222 Quaker LaneWarwickRI02886401-822-6960
Kent County Probation Department
Kent County Probation Department222 Quaker LaneWarwickRI02886401-822-6825
Kent County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Coventry Police Department Sex Offender Search
East Greenwich Police Department Public Safety
Kent County Arrest Warrants
Kent County Child Support Warrants
Kent County Jail Records
Kent County Most Wanted
Kent County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Kent County Sex Offender Registry
Town of Coventry Police Department Website
Warwick City Government Website
Warwick Website
West Greenwich Police Department Website
West Warwick Police Department Crime Maps
West Warwick Police Department Website

How to Search For Warrant Records

Warrant records are not always available where you live. There are states that will keep this information in their own courthouses and not share it with other states. Therefore if you are looking for information relating to a Warrant you are going to have to find the courts in the state where the person was convicted of the crime. You may be able to find this information on the Internet. If not you can get the information you need by contacting the Probation Department where the Warrant was executed and requesting this records.

Some of these documents include the arrest warrant, the criminal charges the person were facing and all proceedings in which the person has been convicted. There may also be a request for additional information regarding the case. This request can be done by email or by phone. If you are having trouble locating the records you can request a copy of the Warrant directly from the courthouse in the county where the person was convicted. In some cases the document can be received on the same day that they are request.

Once you know the exact address of where the Warrant was issued then you can start your search. Usually the address is provided on the Warrant or in some cases a map may be attached. If there is a map then this will help you pinpoint exactly where the person was when the Warrant was issued. If the person has ever moved then you may need to use a new address.

There are different reasons why a Warrant may be issued. Many times people are targeted for something they didn’t do. They may be accused of something they did not commit. Or simply someone may want to take advantage of them and they could be an ex-convict. Whatever the case the courts hold and order the records to be made public.

Because warrants are considered public record you can access them online by visiting the courthouse in the state in which the warrant was issued. You will have to pay to get the records however. They will usually charge a fee of up to $15 for each page viewed. You may also be able to find them for free through some online agencies, but you may be limited to some of the records.

It is important to make sure that the site you are using is completely legal. Some of these records are available only to law enforcement officials and other licensed attorneys. There are many online sites that will allow you to find warrant records but make sure that they are legal and reliable before using them. Sometimes they will even give you the option of paying a small fee for faster results. If you can’t find what you’re looking for than it may be better to hire an attorney who can help you in any legal issues surrounding warrant records.