DeKalb County Tennessee Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1050)DeKalb County Police Departments
Alexandria Police Department102 High StreetAlexandriaTN37012615-529-2700
DeKalb County Police Departments
Edgar Evins State Park Ranger Station1630 Edgar Evins State Park RoadSilver PointTN38582931-858-2114
Smithville Police Department104 East Main StreetSmithvilleTN37166615-597-8210
DeKalb County Sheriff Departments
Dekalb County Sheriff Department / Dekalb County Jail100 Public SquareSmithvilleTN37166615-597-4935
Dekalb County Sheriff's Office100 South Public SquareSmithvilleTN37166615-597-4935
DeKalb County Probation Department
Dekalb County Probation Department103 East Church StreetSmithvilleTN37166615-597-4990
DeKalb County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
DeKalb County Arrest Warrants
DeKalb County Child Support Warrants
DeKalb County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
DeKalb County Sex Offender Registry
Dekalb County Sheriff's Office Website

What Are Warrant Records?

Warrant records are all the records that pertain to a person’s arrest for a crime, or even for an outstanding warrant on their arrest. Any violations on the person’s arrest record can have a negative effect on their future, and sometimes even their chance at jobs. These records are kept in two different places, but they are often confused with each other. Warrant records are retained by local law enforcement agencies, while arrest records are kept in the court system. This article will explain the differences between these two types of documents.

Warrant records are kept by the courts and are available to anyone who requests them. When a warrant is issued for the arrest of a person, it gives police officers the right to search and arrest the person if they are in the area. All warrant searches must be done with proper identification, and can only be conducted within a certain distance from the place of arrest. Some warrant searches can also be conducted on an out-of-state person if the warrant is valid. Arrest records are kept in state court systems, which are not available to the public.

If you are looking into someone’s background, an arrest warrant can help you find all sorts of information. All arrests have warrant applications. If you are looking into a particular person, you can perform an arrest records check to see if there are any warrants out for their arrest. The problem with that is that once an application is out in public, other people can obtain copies of the document. With warrants, the only way to obtain the information is to go to the courthouse and fill out an application for a search warrant.

Warrant records can sometimes be used to protect someone from repeat criminal activity in the area. A person with a warrant can be prevented from carrying a weapon, from attending specific school, and from flying a plane. If you suspect your child is skipping school, looking for someone to steal from, or you suspect your husband is having an affair, you can use a search to see who they know has a warrant out for their arrest. This can help you keep your family safe and stop dangerous behavior in your neighborhood.

If you are employed in the criminal justice field, at your place of business, or at your place of employment, you could be required to submit to a background check during the hiring process. Having access to a warrant records can help you with this. It may not be wise to hire someone without performing a background check since most employers will perform a record check on potential employees.

Warrant searches are conducted by local law enforcement agencies, as well as federal law enforcement agencies. Today, there are many online websites that offer warrant record searches. If you have reason to believe that a person is violating your state’s warrant laws, you can visit a website that allows you to perform an arrest warrant search. These websites allow you to get limited reports about an individual, but they do not give you the documents for an arrest. To learn more about arrest warrants and other types of warrants, visit the Department of Justice’s site.