Richland County South Carolina Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1374)Richland County Police Departments
Columbia Housing Authority Police1917 Harden StreetColumbiaSC29204
Richland County Police Departments
Columbia Police Department1 Justice SquareColumbiaSC29201803-545-3500
Columbia Police Department - Metro Region1600 Bull StreetColumbiaSC29201803-545-3970
Columbia Police Department - North Region3905 Ensor AvenueColumbiaSC29203803-401-8810
Columbia Police Department - South Region2632 Millwood AvenueColumbiaSC29205803-733-8382
Columbia Police Department - West Region690 Club RoadColumbiaSC29212803-749-5830
Forest Acres Police Department5205 North Trenholm RoadColumbiaSC29206803-782-9444
Midland Technical College Police151 Powell RoadColumbiaSC29203
South Carolina Department Of Mental Health - Public Safety7901 Farrow RoadColumbiaSC29203803-935-5470
South Carolina Department Of Natural Resources1000 Assembly StreetColumbiaSC29201
South Carolina Forestry Commission5500 Broad River RoadColumbiaSC29212
South Carolina Highway Patrol - Post D1628 Shop RoadColumbiaSC29201803-737-8315
South Carolina Highway Patrol - Troop Eight Ace Team10311 Wilson BoulevardBlythewoodSC29016
South Carolina House Of Representatives Sergeant-At-Arms Office1100 Gervais StreetColumbiaSC29201
South Carolina Law Enforcement Division4400 Broad River RoadColumbiaSC29210
South Carolina Parks, Recreation & Tourism1205 Pendleton StreetColumbiaSC29201
South Carolina Senate Sergeant-At-Arms Office1100 Pendleton StreetColumbiaSC29201
South Carolina State Transport Police10311 Wilson BoulevardBlythewoodSC29016803-896-5470
Richland County Sheriff Departments
Richland County Sheriffs Department - Region Five1701 Main StreetColumbiaSC29201803-576-3175
Richland County Sheriffs Department - Region Four1019 Beatty RoadColumbiaSC29210803-576-3490
Richland County Sheriffs Department - Region One2615 Lower Richland BoulevardHopkinsSC29061803-576-1470
Richland County Sheriffs Department - Region SevenFashion DriveColumbiaSC29229803-865-7774
Richland County Sheriffs Department - Region Six96 Lake Carolina BoulevardColumbiaSC29229803-865-8011
Richland County Sheriffs Department - Region Three6429 Bishop AvenueColumbiaSC29203803-576-2215
Richland County Sheriffs Department - Region Two5623 Two Notch RoadColumbiaSC29223803-788-1567
Richland County FBI Office
Columbia South Carolina FBI Office151 Westpark BoulevardColumbiaSC29210803-551-4200
Richland County Probation Department
Richland County Probation Department1221 Gregg StreetColumbiaSC29201803-734-6320
Richland County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center Inmate Search
City of Columbia Municipal Court Website
Richland County Arrest Warrants
Richland County Child Support Warrants
Richland County Criminal Records
Richland County Division of Law Enforcement Daily Crime Log
Richland County Most Wanted List
Richland County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Richland County Sex Offender Registry
Richland County Sheriff Website
Richland County Sheriff's Department Daily Crime Log
Richland County Sheriff's Department Wanted Non-Supporting Parents
Richland County Sheriff's Department Wanted Sex Offenders
Richland County Sheriff's Office Sex Offender Search
South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services Offender Search
USC Parking Services Parking Tickets

How Do I Search For Warrant Records?

What are Warrant Records? Warrant Records are one of the most sensitive public records that are maintained in Richland County, South Carolina. When you apply for a legal document such as a passport or driver’s license, a background check is run to determine if you are legally qualified to obtain the requested document. State and federal law mandates that everyone have reasonable suspicion to believe that the person they are investigating has committed a crime. This reasonable suspicion must be supported by personal knowledge or suspicion, either through information provided by another person, physical evidence, or independent investigative techniques. If a reasonable suspicion to justify conducting a search and/or interrogation cannot be established, a warrant for arrest will be issued.

Warrant Records in Richland County contain a host of data related to criminal activity. If there is an arrest made, it will detail the criminal charges faced by the individual. Searches can be conducted on this record to find out more about the suspect such as booking photographs, court records, addresses, and more. If further details are required, they can also be supplied through request form.

Warrant records also contain other sensitive information pertaining to an individual. Any warrant for arrest that is active contains a superseding grant of authority from a judge. This means that any warrants that are currently active will remain active until their expiration date. Warrant records will also show the name of the person accused of the warrant along with the arrest date, charges, and date of execution.

What is the purpose of these records? Public defenders and pro bono attorneys use these to establish eligibility for low cost legal services. If a person’s daycare provider is questioned by a grand jury, the information contained in this record may prove useful as evidence at trial. Richland County Public Defender’s offices also use these records to establish eligibility for representation in court. They can also be used as references during meetings with other state and county officials. By using a superseding warrant, a public defender may have proof that a person has been served with legal papers when he or she did not know for sure or believe that the person had knowledge of service.

Warrant searches are conducted by various authorized agents. A person can be arrested without a warrant just by virtue of an unknown “warrant of arrest” being issued by a law enforcement officer. However, there are several requirements that must be met before an arrest warrant can be issued. These include meeting specific residency requirements, showing proof of income, having an ongoing work relationship with a named employer, and showing that the person in question has no outstanding warrants out for their arrest.

How do I search for warrant records? The best way to search for warrant records is online. There are many websites that have comprehensive search capabilities available for anyone. These websites can help you gain quick and detailed information on a persons’ warrant history. You can easily access all types of records by entering the persons first and last name, any aliases the person uses, their birth date, social security number, and other identifying data.