Waupaca County Wisconsin Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(996)Waupaca County Police Departments
Waupaca Police Department124 East Garfield AvenueMarionWI54950715-258-4400
Waupaca County Police Departments
Waupaca Police Department124 South Washington StreetWaupacaWI54981715-258-4400
Clintonville Police Department50 10th StreetClintonvilleWI54929715-823-3117
Fremont Police Department317 Wolf River DriveFremontWI54940920-446-2299
Iola Police Department180 South Main StreetIolaWI54945715-445-4353
Manawa Police Department500 South Bridge StreetManawaWI54949920-596-3390
Marion Police Department124 West Garfield AvenueMarionWI54950715-754-5060
New London City Offices700 Shiocton StreetNew LondonWI54961920-982-8505
New London Police Department700 Shiocton StreetNew LondonWI54961920-982-8505
Ogdensburg Police Department407 Main StreetOgdensburgWI54962920-244-7000
Weyauwega Police Department109 East Main StreetWeyauwegaWI54983920-867-4141
Waupaca County Sheriff Department
Waupaca County Sheriffs Department / Waupaca County Jail1402 Royalton StreetWaupacaWI54981715-258-4466
Waupaca County Probation Department
Waupaca County Probation Department922 Churchill StreetWaupacaWI54981715-258-6480
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Where Can I Find People’s Warrant Records?

Warrant Records are a very common feature of life in Waupaca County, Wisconsin. You’ll see many different kinds of records listed here. For instance, you’ll find arrest warrants, and other types of records that show a person’s criminal activity. The more specific you’re looking for, the easier it will be to find what you’re looking for.

To do a search, you’ll need to have some information about the person you’re looking for. Start with their full legal name. If this is a person that you know well, simply enter their full legal name into the search box on the official Waupaca County website. If there is an exact match for your name, you’ll find your results immediately. If the person’s name doesn’t fit any of the databases available online, you may have to do a more extensive search to find their records.

Don’t expect instant results. Many of the websites that offer these services, will only work with what they have available at present. If the person you’re looking for is in jail, for example, the results may be incomplete or even outdated. It also depends on the jurisdiction that the person has been charged with.

Warrant records are public record. Everyone can access them. If you know where the person was arrested, you may be able to locate their warrant records. The process of searching them isn’t difficult, but it does take a little bit of time. The clerk who handled your case should be able to tell you how to perform this search without any problem. Some counties, such as Waupaca, have their own records storage systems, while others use the central statewide records database.

Once you’ve located the records you need, you’ll want to take them to your county clerk’s office for verification. Ask them if they have the information that you require. In most cases, the records are going to be accurate and updated. If not, you’ll have to start your search all over again. If you have any other details, such as a person’s address, phone number or social security number, you should forward those along to the clerk to get the records updated.

The whole process of searching a record is usually fairly simple. If there is information you’re looking for, your best bet would be to hire a professional service. However, there’s nothing to stop you doing a free search. If you’re not certain about an individual’s background, then you don’t have to pay for anything. As long as you don’t use this information to commit a crime, it’s not a bad idea to use a free record search.