Union County South Dakota Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1334)Union County Police Departments
Alcester Police Department106 West 2nd StreetAlcesterSD57001605-934-2481
Union County Police Departments
Beresford Police Department310 North 4th StreetBeresfordSD57004605-763-2100
Elk Point Police Department106 West Pleasant StreetElk PointSD57025605-356-2184
Jefferson Police Department208 Main StreetJeffersonSD57038605-966-5588
North Sioux City Police Department118 Victor AvenueNorth SiouxSD57049605-232-3302
South Dakota Highway Patrol - Jefferson Port Of EntryInterstate 29Elk PointSD57025605-356-0124
Union County Sheriff Department
Union County Sheriff Office / Union Jail209 East Main StreetElk PointSD57025605-356-2679
Union County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Union County Arrest Warrants
Union County Child Support Warrants
Union County Criminal Records
Union County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Union County Sex Offender Registry

Conducting Warrants Checks Online

Warrant records are one of the most commonly used public records in South Dakota. All warrants and other court documents that have been granted by a court are kept in one of the district courts of South Dakota. Most of these warrant records can be accessed by any registered member of the public. This information is used for a wide variety of purposes such as the issuance of tickets, maintaining records of court cases, tracking down perpetrators of crimes, catching missing persons, and many more.

A warrant is a legal term which means that a person has been summoned to appear before a court on a particular matter. Contrary to what most people believe, a warrant is not issued by a judge based on an appearance by the person. Instead, it is issued by an officer of the law after a formal arrest made by a law enforcement officer. These warrants may be for minor infractions or serious felonies.

In terms of criminal records, a warrant can be for any of the following seven offenses: murder, rape, armed robbery, arson, assault, carjacking, possession of stolen property, petit larceny. Warrant records also include information about any arrests or convictions that the person may have had within the past seven years. As per the Right to Information Act, these criminal records are supposed to be made freely available to the public. However, this right is not absolute. There are certain restrictions placed on the disclosure and public access to criminal records. They are specified in the state’s public records act.

If you want to obtain criminal records, you will have to go through the legal procedure of getting a criminal records check on the person. First, you will need to locate the judge who initially ordered the search. You may also do this if the person you are looking for is someone whom you are investigating. Once you get to the courthouse, you will have to fill up an application form.

The details of the application will vary depending on the jurisdiction. For instance, in some states, the records can be searched without presenting the person’s identity. On the other hand, in some jurisdictions, a warrant is required to be produced before searching the records. In addition, you may also be asked to provide the name of the arresting officer if you want to access any arrest warrants.

Warrant records are also classified as public or private. Private warrant records are supposed to be accessible by the general public. They can also be accessed by specific departments and agencies of the government. For instance, federal agencies such as the Federal Bureau of Investigation or the Drug Enforcement Administration have to inform the court which issued the warrant before they can give the records to the public.