Sauk County Wisconsin Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(929)Sauk County Police Departments
Sauk Prairie Police Department726 Water StreetSauk CityWI53583608-643-2427
Sauk County Police Departments
Baraboo Police Department135 4th StreetBarabooWI53913608-355-2720
Lake Delton Police Department50 Wisconsin Dells ParkwayWisconsin DellsWI53965608-254-7571
Plain Police Department1015 Cedar StreetPlainWI53577608-546-2034
Reedsburg Police Department200 South Park StreetReedsburgWI53959608-524-2376
Spring Green Police Department154 North Lexington StreetSpring GreenWI53588608-588-2125
Spring Green Police Department112 West Monroe StreetSpring GreenWI53588608-588-2125
Town Of La Valle Police Department218 Commercial StreetLa ValleWI53941608-985-7695
Sauk County Sheriff Department
Sauk County Sheriff1300 Lange CourtBarabooWI53913608-356-4895
Sauk County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Baraboo Police Department Website
Reedsburg Police Department Daily Activity Log
Reedsburg Police Department Press Releases
Sauk County Child Support Warrants
Sauk County Circuit Court Records
Sauk County Criminal Records
Sauk County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Sauk County Sex Offender Registry
Sauk County Sheriff Police Press Releases
Sauk County Sheriff Website
Sauk County Sheriff's Office Property Records
Sauk County Sheriff's Office Warrant List
Sauk County Website

How To View A Warrant Records Database

In the state of Wisconsin, there are laws that have implemented a process to allow law abiding citizens to access public record information regarding a person’s history. This includes searching for and viewing all types of warrants that have been issued throughout the years. The process is referred to as “Warrant Search” and was first made available to the public in 2021.

Before a person can search for these records they have to meet certain requirements. First, an individual who intends to perform a search on another person must show that they have a reasonable suspicion to do so. If the person is unable to find the reasons that they have to suspect the person of wrongdoing, they may be required to simply decline the person’s request for a warrant.

A request can be denied if it is based on something that is not considered “bounds” by the law. These include things like a privacy concern or violation of any sorts. When this happens, the person will still be able to search, but only within a specified time frame. This time frame is referred to as the “Max Length of Time” and is 30 days in Wisconsin. If the record search is requested after this time has passed then the person is legally required to disclose their purpose. In other words, a person is not supposed to be kept in the dark any longer as to what they’re doing.

Also, a person is not supposed to reveal their identity in the search itself. Instead, a person’s name is required to be entered into an online form that can then be accessed by anyone. However, it is not fully known how many records a person’s information can turn up on. Therefore, a person’s information cannot be displayed for simply searching for a person’s criminal background. If you’re simply trying to see if a certain person has a criminal past, then you may not need to see his or her financial data including bank account numbers.

The records provided by the Wisconsin State Government are only one portion of the overall picture. While they can show a person’s criminal history, these records are not considered public record. This means that a person is not able to search these records publicly if they want to do so. They are considered a state secret and are not meant for the general public.

The warrant records in Wisconsin also show a person’s civil record as well. This means that a warrant can be issued against a person for a crime even though the crime did not transpire in Wisconsin. Therefore, a person’s background is shown as well whether they have a criminal history or a civil record. This is important to the prospective employer or landlord who wants to know more about a potential renter or a new business partner. It is also good for people who are suspicious of their neighbor or other neighborhood individuals. Since most warrants aren’t active anymore, there is no reason for a person to knowingly misrepresent themselves.