Goshen County Wyoming Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(556)Goshen County Police Departments
Fort Laramie Police Department100 Bliss StreetFort LaramieWY82212307-837-2711
Goshen County Police Departments
Fort Laramie Town Office319 Laramie AvenueFort LaramieWY82212307-837-2711
Lingle Police Department220 Main StreetLingleWY82223307-837-2422
Torrington Police Department436 East 22nd AvenueTorringtonWY82240307-532-7001
Torrington Police Department2042 East A StreetTorringtonWY82240307-532-7001
Goshen County Sheriff Department
Goshen County Sheriffs Department / Goshen County Detention Center2120 East B StreetTorringtonWY82240307-532-4026
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Important Reasons Why Warrant Records Are Required

Warrant Records in Goshen County, Wyoming are maintained by the court and they are basically used for one thing; to aid the police in doing their job. A warrant is issued when a person is suspected of a crime. If you are being investigated or you feel your rights are being violated in any way then you can avail yourself of these records to prove your innocence. Warrant records are also known as arrest records and they are available on all court houses across the state.

A person can apply to get a copy of this record either at the office concerned or online. The applicant needs to give reasons for his application. He can also go in person but in that case he has to pay an administrative fee to the court. Some of the things that he can obtain from these documents are the date of birth of the subject, occupation and his past addresses.

Warrant records are usually kept in files and not on a person’s person but on the county’s database. These are then made accessible to the general public through different ways. One such way is by getting a request to the court. The court would usually ask for the warrant records for the concerned person.

This record will contain all the details of the person who has been accused of the offence. It will also reveal his present whereabouts. It will tell if he is employed and if he has previous convictions. It will also tell whether the warrant was cancelled and the reason given. If a warrant is found in the possession of the person, it will be immediately cancelled.

If a person does not have any criminal record then he can also go in person to request for this record but he has to pay an administrative fee for that. If he wants to access his own record then he can approach the county sheriff or the station. There are certain rules and regulations that have to be followed by the concerned person. The most important thing to be noted is that in case of an arrest of a person, his personal record is supposed to be handed over to him legally.

Accessing the above information also involves some fees. The details of these fees are mentioned on the warrant records. Sometimes these records are also available on the internet. However, one cannot access the warrant records for free.