|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(830)Jefferson County Police Departments|
|Charles Town Police Department||114 West Liberty Street||Charles Town||WV||25414||304-725-2714|
|Jefferson County Police Departments|
|Harpers Ferry-Bolivar Police Department||1000 Washington Street||Harpers Ferry||WV||25425||304-535-6366|
|Ranson Police Department||700 North Preston Street||Ranson||WV||25438||304-725-2411|
|Shepherd University Police Department||301 North King Street||Shepherdstown||WV||25443||304-876-5374|
|Shepherdstown Police Department||207 South Princess Street||Shepherdstown||WV||25443||304-876-6036|
|West Virginia State Police Troop 2 - Headquarters||409 Industrial Boulevard||Kearneysville||WV||25430||304-724-7986|
|Jefferson County Sheriff Departments|
|Jefferson County Sheriff's Office||102 Industrial Boulevard||Kearneysville||WV||25430||304-728-3205|
|Jefferson County Sheriffs Office||116 East Washington Street||Charles Town||WV||25414||304-728-3205|
|Jefferson County Probation Department|
|Jefferson County Probation Department||100 East Washington Street||Charles Town||WV||25414||304-728-3268|
|Jefferson County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Charles Town Police Department Accident Reports|
|Jefferson County Child Support Warrants|
|Jefferson County Circuit Court Records|
|Jefferson County Criminal Records|
|Jefferson County Gis/Addressing Office Website|
|Jefferson County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Jefferson County Sex Offender Registry|
|Jefferson County Sheriff Website|
Where to Search For Warrant Records
Warrant Records are one of the most sensitive types of public records and they are kept in two places in West Virginia. The first is the Courthouses where they are maintained for all warrants that have been issued in the area. If you want to find out if someone has been arrested on a warrant, this is the best place to go to do a search. However, if you are looking for general information about warrants, you can access them online in one of the many county archives. Each of these offices maintain millions of warrants that have been issued throughout the years.
When you do a search in any of the state archives, you can access all types of records relating to a person’s arrest and warrant for arrest. This includes more than just their name though. You will also be able to learn about their crime, any aliases they may use, their date of birth and a host of other details. If you have a SSN or EIN number, you will also be able to obtain a criminal background check. These searches will give you peace of mind as these services cross reference their records to make sure they have the right person.
For those who want to access these records, there are two options. They are either online or at a courthouse. You can do an online search using one of the many online databases. Many times you will be asked to pay a small fee to get the information that you need. These services usually charge more if you want to search multiple records.
If you are looking for information offline, then you can often find it by using your local newspaper. A lot of times newspapers will keep an archive of past issues of their newspaper which may have records of warrants that have been issued. You may not be able to find the person’s name directly but you will have the address. This is also helpful if you are trying to locate an old friend or family member.
Last, but not least, there are companies that offer a reverse search service. These services do not provide the same information as a newspaper or a public record. Instead, these companies will offer you a list of people and the warrant that they have been arrested for. This means that if you want to find out if someone you know has a warrant issued in your city, you can do a search.
Per state laws, you will also have the right to view this person’s arrest record. The only problem is that you will have to take the person’s word that they will tell you the truth. However, if they are being evasive, you should consider taking the person’s word as-is and then doing further research to confirm the information that you have been provided.