Dorchester County South Carolina Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Dorchester County Sheriff Departments
Dorchester County Sheriffs Office / Dorchester County Jail100 Sears StreetSt. GeorgeSC29477843-563-0259
Dorchester County Sheriffs Office / Dorchester County Jail Annex212 Deming WaySummervilleSC29483843-832-0300
Dorchester County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Dorchester County Child Support Warrants
Dorchester County Criminal Records Search
Dorchester County First Judicial Circuit Court Records
Dorchester County Government Website
Dorchester County Jail Records
Dorchester County Most Wanted
Dorchester County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Dorchester County Police Department Most Wanted
Dorchester County Sex Offender Registry
(1250)Dorchester County Police Departments
Harleyville Police Department119 South Railroad AvenueHarleyvilleSC29448843-462-7676
Dorchester County Police Departments
Harleyville Town Hall119 South Railroad AvenueHarleyvilleSC29448843-462-7676
Knightsville Police Department300 West 2nd North StreetSummervilleSC29483812-448-8470
North Charleston Police Department - North Bureau5101 Ashley Phosphate RoadNorth CharlestonSC29418843-207-0666
Ridgeville Police Department105 School StreetRidgevilleSC29472843-873-4971
Saint George Police Department601 South Parler AvenueSt. GeorgeSC29477843-563-3643
Summerville Police Department Headquarters300 West 2nd North StreetSummervilleSC29483843-851-4100

How to Search For People’s Warrant Of Arrest Records

Warrant records in Dorchester County, South Carolina are basically felony files. That is, if you are arrested for a felony, the state police will serve you with a warrant for your arrest. The record will tell the officers who arrested you of the name and address of the person (with their address if they have one) who is being sought. The record will also tell if the person has been charged with any crime, and authorities will know if they have had any prior arrests or criminal charges. If they do have any prior arrests or criminal charges, the record will also tell the arresting officers their exact arrest date, and the crime that they were arrested for.

Warrant records in Dorchester County, South Carolina are public. If you want to look up the arrest records of a person in Dorchester County, you can search online for all warrants that have been issued in your county. If you have a Social Security number, you can use this number to search for the warrant. People do this more often than not when they want to look up records on other people.

The best way to find out more information on whether or not you should search for the person’s arrest records is if they are an employee at a local law firm. Many law firms keep up to date records of all employees, which you can then check online. You can also try to find the courthouse where the warrant was issued. This may be difficult because warrants are rarely issued outside of the state of South Carolina.

If you do not know the person’s address, and you want to look up a warrant, there are other ways to do so. If you go to your local courthouse and try to look up records online, you may end up having very frustrating results. You can also ask a detective to look up the records for you. However, detectives will cost you extra money. In many cases, you can find the person’s records for free online.

You can actually order warrant records through the courts. This process requires you to fill out an application, pay a small fee, and then wait a few days to see if the records are available. If they are, you will be mailed the records. This is usually the best option for knowing more about a person because it allows you to obtain records that are more up to date.

There are some problems with this process, however. First, you will not receive the records immediately. You must wait at least two weeks before you can access the information. Also, you cannot perform a criminal background search using this option. If you need this type of search, you will want to go to a public records search website instead.