Ozaukee County Wisconsin Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(919)Ozaukee County Police Departments
Cedarburg Police DepartmentW75 N444 North Wauwatosa RoadCedarburgWI53012262-375-7620
Ozaukee County Police Departments
Grafton Police Department1981 Washington StreetGraftonWI53024262-375-5320
Mequon Police Department11300 North Buntrock AvenueMequonWI53092262-242-3500
Port Washington Police Department365 North Wisconsin StreetPort WashingtonWI53074262-284-2611
Saukville Police Department639 East Green Bay AvenueSaukvilleWI53080262-284-0444
Saukville Police Department649 East Green Bay AvenueSaukvilleWI53080262-284-0444
Thiensville Village Police Department250 Elm StreetThiensvilleWI53092262-242-2100
Village Of Fredonia Police Department416 Fredonia AvenueFredoniaWI53021262-692-9125
Ozaukee County Sheriff Department
Ozaukee County Sheriffs Office / Ozaukee County Jail1201 South Spring StreetPort WashingtonWI53074262-284-7172
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Warrant Records – Protect Yourself And Your Loved Ones

Warrant Records in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin are maintained by the Wisconsin State Police. The responsibility of running and preserving this record information falls on the shoulders of the Wisconsin State Patrol. In most cases a warrant is issued by a judge after an arrest has been made. The Warrant Records section of the Wisconsin State Patrol website includes a list of all warrants that have been issued in Wisconsin. Search by name or keyword to see if a person’s warrant was processed and what the judge said during his/her arraignment.

Once you know the person’s name and state of residency you can do further research. Search to see if a person has ever been convicted of a crime in Wisconsin. If a person has been to jail for a reason in the past, you may be able to find out the reason. A search through court records will let you know if a person has ever been to jail and on what charges.

You should also know how long warrants were issued for. If you do not know this information it is best to call your local courthouse. An agent will be able to tell you this information. If a warrant is issued for a person with specific circumstances, their records may be available to you. A warrant will usually remain active for 60 days unless renewed.

Knowing what a warrant is and its expiration date is one of the most important aspects of knowing about a person’s arrest record. It is not always easy to determine how many warrants were issued against a person. Arrest records are kept in different court houses in each state. Some counties will keep arrest warrant records on file while others may not. Some states will even allow you access to the person’s criminal records online.

In some states such as Wisconsin, an arrest warrant will only stay active for seven days. The person must be arrested for the warrant to be valid. This means that if you are sleeping and someone else comes and steals your purse or briefcase, you may not have any knowledge of it until the warrant is active. If you are visiting another person’s home and they suspect a person of theft, you may wish to advise them that you did notice a warrant for their arrest and this may help prevent a problem.

If you are not a law enforcement agent, or a person of legal counsel, it is best to refrain from investigating a crime yourself. This is because if you get involved in arresting a person based on their information, you could be found in violation of that persons civil rights. It is also possible that the person you are arresting will have a past record of outstanding warrants. If you are asked to go to the premises to look at the person’s possessions, do not allow yourself to be compelled to leave any property you are in.