Walworth County Wisconsin Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(992)Walworth County Police Departments
Village Of Walworth Police Department227 North Main StreetWalworthWI53184262-275-6585
Walworth County Police Departments
City Of Delavan Police Department123 South 2nd StreetDelavanWI53115262-728-6311
Darien Police Department24 Wisconsin StreetDarienWI53114262-882-3432
East Troy Town Police DepartmentN9330 Stewart School RoadEast TroyWI53120262-642-3700
Elkhorn Police Department404 North Washington StreetElkhornWI53121262-723-2210
Fontana Police DepartmentPO Box 325FontanaWI53125262-275-2275
Fontana Police Department190 Fontana BoulevardFontana-on-Geneva LakeWI53125262-275-2275
Geneva Lake Law Enforcement Agency7 East Geneva StreetWilliams BayWI53191262-245-9824
Geneva Police DepartmentN3496 Como RoadLake GenevaWI53147262-248-9926
Genoa City Police Department715 Walworth StreetGenoa CityWI53128262-279-6252
Lake Geneva Police Department626 Geneva StreetLake GenevaWI53147262-248-4455
Lauderdale Lakes Law EnforcementN7498 Country Club DriveElkhornWI53121262-742-4300
Linn Police Department3728 Franklin Walsh StreetLake GenevaWI53147262-275-6194
Sharon Police Department125 Plain StreetSharonWI53585262-736-4617
Town Of Bloomfield Police DepartmentN1100 Town Hall RoadGenoa CityWI53128262-279-3454
Town Of Delavan Police Department5621 Town Hall RoadDelavanWI53115262-728-8787
Town Of Linn Police DepartmentW3728 Franklin Walsh StreetLake GenevaWI53147262-275-6194
Town of East Troy Police DepartmentStewart School RoadEast TroyWI53120262-642-3700
University Of Wisconsin - Whitewater Police Services734 West Starin RoadWhitewaterWI53190262-472-4681
Village Of East Troy Police Department2015 Energy DriveEast TroyWI53120262-642-6250
Whitewater Police Department312 West Whitewater StreetWhitewaterWI53190262-473-0555
Williams Bay Police Department250 Williams StreetWilliams BayWI53191262-245-2710
Walworth County Sheriff Department
Walworth County Sheriffs Department / Walworth County Jail1770 County Road NNElkhornWI53121262-741-4400
Walworth County Probation Department
Walworth County Probation Department735 North Wisconsin StreetElkhornWI53121262-723-3360
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How Do I Access Warrant Records in Walworth County Wisconsin?

In Wisconsin, criminal activity can be performed without the issuance of warrants. What this means to the public is that if you are a resident of Wisconsin and you commit a crime, you may not be arrested by the state for the crime unless you have been served with a warrant. A warrant is a legal document issued by a judge that allows for an arrest and for searches without warrant. Wards are not the same as arrests. Wards are simply legal documents that allow police to perform their duties in certain cases such as traffic violations.

Warrant records contain all information that pertains to the person who is being investigated for a criminal act. They may include the person’s name, address, phone number, place of employment, and more. If a person’s warrant is active, it will indicate that the person has committed a crime. You may be wondering what exactly goes on during an investigation.

Warrant searches can take place at different law enforcement agencies around the state. In Walworth County, there are many regional offices that maintain records on warrants and other criminal information. These offices may either charge a fee or they may allow you to access their database free of charge. To find a record, you may need to contact the individual law enforcement agency to see if they maintain a website or if they have a records storage facility.

To perform a search, you will need to first have information about the person who the warrant is directed to. This includes full names and any contact information. If possible, you should also have a complete criminal background check completed. This will provide additional details on any prior offenses the person may have had. You can perform a search for free, but it will not provide as much information.

Depending on the case, you may be required to pay a small fee before you can begin your search. This is generally not very much, though, and will generally be far less than what it would cost to have the person arrested and have a criminal record found against them. The fee is usually only a few dollars or so, and will not cost you anything more than the actual number of records searched for. You will not have access to arrest files or any other type of court records. If you do have any additional information on the person who is being searched, you may be able to get it from the courthouse where the warrant was issued.

Keep in mind that searches like this are not intended to arrest anyone. They are only done to determine if a person has a criminal history. When you run a search like this, the results will provide you with a name, address, and some other basic information. You will not have any access to arrest files, court records, or other types of personal information. If you do suspect that a person may be performing an illegal act, you may want to contact law enforcement authorities to help you gain more evidence.