|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(564)Platte County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Platte County Probation Department||1560 Johnston Street||Wheatland||WY||82201||307-322-4653|
|Platte County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Platte County Sheriffs Office / Platte County Jail||850 Maple Street||Wheatland||WY||82201||307-322-1330|
|Guernsey Police Department||81 West Whalen Street||Guernsey||WY||82214||307-836-2335|
|Wheatland Police Department||951 Water Street||Wheatland||WY||82201||307-322-2141|
|Platte County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Platte County Child Support Warrants|
|Platte County Jail Records|
|Platte County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Platte County Sex Offender Registry|
|Platte County Sheriff's Office Website|
|Wheatland Active Warrants|
Warrant Records Are a Must Have When Employing Anyone
Warrant records are one of the most sensitive records a police department can retain. It is not uncommon for criminals to be on death row and have an appeals court ready to commute their sentences. There are times in which a person’s life hangs in the balance and their freedom could depend on finding out if they were involved in an accident that caused them to be a danger. The public’s right to access these records is one of the founding rights guaranteed in the Bill of Rights.
Warrant records allow law enforcement officers to identify any individual that has been accused of a crime and the crime they committed. The record will contain the persons name, address, date of birth, gender and social security number. In some cases, this information can also include a background check. A warrant will also show where the person was employed at the time of the offense. The courts are only able to release the records to the person that holds the legal authority to have it.
These records can help with background investigations when a person applies for work or rental housing. It is also possible to use this criminal record information when a potential employer performs a background check on someone they are considering hiring. This is to prevent a person with a past of violence from becoming a part of a company’s workforce.
A person that is under arrest or legally committed for a crime should have their warrant records released to them. Warrant records provide law enforcement with the ability to track and find a person running from the law. If you are in need of a copy of your warrant records please contact the clerk of court in Platte County, Wyoming.
You can obtain your criminal records report for a nominal fee. You will be able to see if your records are out of date and what crimes happened while you were a person of interest. If you have multiple people living in your household, you may want to purchase a multi-state background reports which will provide you with information about the person in question living in all 50 states. This makes it easier to keep track of family members who are living under the same roof as the person you are investigating.
You should always make sure that any person you hire to work in your home knows that they are required to tell you if there are warrants out for their arrest. Even if the person does not have a warrant, they should still tell you because you could be required to give them a background check during the employment interview. If you are suspicious of an employee then you can get a record check from your local courthouse. Please note that most county clerks only release records of arrests that took place within their jurisdiction.