Sumter County South Carolina Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1377)Sumter County Police Departments
Sumter Police Department107 East Hampton AvenueSumterSC29150803-436-2700
Sumter County Police Departments
Sumter Police Department355 North Lafayette DriveSumterSC29150803-436-2700
Mayesville Police Department23 South Main StreetMayesvilleSC29104803-453-6291
South Carolina State Highway Patrol Troop 1 Post A - Headquarters520 South Pike EastSumterSC29150803-775-5353
Sumter County Sheriff Departments
Sumter County Sheriff's Office107 East Hampton AvenueSumterSC29150803-436-2700
Sumter County Sheriffs Office355 North Lafayette DriveSumterSC29150803-436-2700
Sumter County Probation Department
Sumter County Probation Department115 North Harvin StreetSumterSC29150803-778-5185
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How to Do a Criminal Records Search

Warrant Records in Sumter County, South Carolina are maintained by the Sheriff’s Office. The records list any pending arrest warrants for any criminal offense, or any outstanding arrest warrants that may be out for your arrest. If you have a traffic violation case pending, this is information you will want to have. It may help prevent someone from attempting to get their next driver’s license, or maybe they just want to have access to you when you are in their vehicle.

If you have a question about your warrant or arrest record, you can either visit your local sheriff’s office, or do a search online. Both of these methods will provide you with results. However, if it is an active warrant, they may not be able to give you the information you want right away. This could take up to a day or two. So make sure you give yourself plenty of time.

Some of the information that you will receive may be outdated. If this is the case, some places have the ability to update and obtain more current information on any given records. Some of the databases may also be limited. Most counties have a minimum number of days that a records must be updated. If you do not have a minimum waiting period, then you may have to wait even longer for the results.

If you are searching for an arrest warrant, you will need to go to the courthouse in the county the person was arrested or booked in. If the person committed a crime within the jurisdiction of your area, they may still be able to have their records entered into the system. However, if it is outside of your area, then you will most likely need to use an online service. A quick internet search will provide you with several companies that have access to this information throughout the country.

Depending on the jurisdiction, some websites may charge a small fee before they can provide you with results. Others will allow you free access to search through their public record database. When you use one of these services, you may have limited or no information on the person. If the person has been convicted of a felony, their record may be expunged.

Warrant searches are used by the courts, probation officers, corrections officers and other law enforcement officials. You may just be trying to determine if there is a person that you should be suspicious about. If that is the case, you will want to make sure that they have their records before you proceed. Otherwise, you may end up doing a search and not getting the results you need.