Vanderburgh County Warrants Search (Indiana)

The Vanderburgh County Police Department is a valuable resource for performing a warrant search. Police Departments in Vanderburgh County, Indiana keep records on Vanderburgh County 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 Vanderburgh County warrant lookups, provide access to arrest records, and may make other police records available to the public.

Csx Transportation Railroad Police Department - Evansville Evansville IN 2710 Dixie Flyer Road 47712 812-465-1765

Evansville Police Department - East Sector Evansville IN 4900 Shamrock Drive 47715 812-485-3055

Evansville Police Department - Headquarters Evansville IN 15 Northwest Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard 47708 812-436-4948

Evansville Police Department - South Sector Evansville IN 315 Taylor Avenue 47713 812-435-6034

Evansville Police Department - West Sector Evansville IN 401 East Columbia Street 47711 812-435-6135

Indiana State Police - District 35 Evansville IN 19411 U.s. 41 47725 812-867-2079


The Vanderburgh County Sheriff's Office can provide important information during a warrant search. Sheriff's Offices in Vanderburgh County, Indiana 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 Vanderburgh County Court that approved the warrant. The Sheriff's Office can perform a warrant check, provide access to arrest records, and may make other public records available to the public.

Vanderburgh County Sheriffs Department / Vanderburgh County Jail Evansville IN 3500 North Harlan Avenue 47711 812-421-6200


Vanderburgh County Town and City Halls often keep records related to their municipality in Vanderburgh County, Indiana, 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 Vanderburgh County warrant, any alleged crimes, items recovered at search scenes, and the court that approved the warrant. Town and City Halls may also perform Vanderburgh County warrant searches, provide access to arrest records, and they may make other police records available to the public.

Darmstadt Town Hall Evansville IN 559 Hoing Road 47725 812-867-1413