• Outstanding warrants for any individual
  • Criminal charges prior to arrested
  • The jurisdiction that issued the warrant
  • The court and judge who signed the warrant
  • Prior warrants for any individual
  • Serious criminal charges for a background check

Search for warrant records from government departments and agencies, including:

  • Police Departments

    The Police Department is a valuable resource for performing a warrant search. Police Departments keep records on search warrants and arrest warrants, which contain information about the items or accused persons sought by the warrant, any alleged crimes, items recovered at search scenes, and the court that approved the warrant. Police Departments can perform a warrant check, provide access to arrest records, and may make other police records available to the public.

  • Sheriff Departments

    The Sheriff's Office can provide important information during a warrant search. Sheriff's Offices keep records on search warrants and arrest warrants, which contain information about the items or accused persons sought by the warrant, any alleged crimes, items recovered at search scenes, and the court that approved the warrant. The Sheriff's Office can perform a warrant check, provide access to arrest records, and may make other records available to the public.

  • Town & City Halls

    Town and City Halls often keep records related to their municipality, and because search and arrest warrants must be approved by a court, some jurisdictions file warrants at the Town Hall or City Hall as public court records. These warrants may contain information about the items or accused persons sought by the warrant, any alleged crimes, items recovered at search scenes, and the court that approved the warrant. Town and City Halls may also perform warrant checks, provide access to arrest records, and they may make other police records available to the public.