Gregory County South Dakota Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1139)Gregory County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Gregory County Sheriffs Office221 East 8th StreetBurkeSD57523605-775-2626
Gregory County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Gregory Police Department120 West 6th StreetGregorySD57533605-835-9638
Bonesteel Police Department314 Mellette StreetBonesteelSD57317605-654-2311
Burke Police Department822 Main StreetBurkeSD57523605-775-2282
Gregory County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Gregory County Child Support Warrants
Gregory County Clerk of Court's Office Website
Gregory County Criminal Records
Gregory County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Gregory County Sex Offender Registry

How to Do a Warrant Search in Gregory County

Warrant Records are one of the most important public records that you have in your possession. You should know that the “warrant” is a legal term that refers to any public document that has been granted authority by a court for the purposes of carrying out a specified procedure. In case you didn’t know, there are several warrants that I explain in this article. To put it briefly, they allow law enforcement officials to track down and arrest criminals. They are used mostly for immigration purposes.

This type of public record is available in just about every state in the United States. If you don’t know where your local warrant is, you can always run a criminal records check on the Internet. You can do this right on your own, or you can hire a private detective to obtain the public records for you. The first option is much less expensive, but you may not be able to obtain as much information as if you used a private detective. The second option will probably produce quicker results.

In the state of South Dakota, a warrant can be issued for a variety of reasons. Some of the most common reasons include committing a crime, pointing a weapon at another person, intimidating another, stealing, and sexual assault. Warrant records list all of these offenses so you can find out who someone is accused of committing. This is one reason why it’s important to make sure that everyone you associate with has their records clear. A sex offender registry is also a good idea, not only because you want to be sure that your kids are in the safety of your care, but also because sex offenders can violate terms of their parole and can be back in custody before you get the chance to see them again.

When you are looking for information on a warrant, you need to visit the courthouse in Gregory County where the warrant was issued. You can typically find the details of the warrant when you visit the courthouse. You should not have to fill out any forms for anything when you do so. If you are going to use the internet to do your search, some sites will require you to fill out a form for a search but many do not.

Once you find out the name of the person with the criminal record, you need to go online to find out more detailed information. All criminal records are not public record and you can only access the public records from the courts. You can usually contact the court directly for information. If you are not able to find out anything else, your next step should be to file a request with the court that issued the warrant.

There are different laws that cover the way warrants are carried out in South Dakota. Before you get started, you should know that warrants are considered “custodial” documents and are stored electronically. This means that anyone can access and view these records. Depending on the situation, you might not want to just obtain the person’s or persons name with a warrant. You may have more information that you need such as employment history, aliases, place of birth, or other things to take into account.