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Guidelines for Conducting a Christian County Warrant Search

In this article you will be shown how to carry out a Christian County warrant search and  how to inquire about a person's criminal and arrest history. That person can be yourself or anyone else that is directly involved in your life, for example your children's nanny, a prospective employee and even someone you have just started dating.

Does a person you know has an arrest warrant under his name?

A Christian County warrant search should start at the sheriff office as they are in charge of locating and apprehending fugitives. Since the sheriff  does not provide any online information (apart from a very short list of most wanted suspects) that can help you with your inquiry, you should visit his office and ask about a specific person that interests you. The office is located at 701 West 7th Street, Hopkinsville, Kentucky 42240, phone: 270-887-4141.

Warrant information is usually shared with private people, as the authorities hope that this may help them with their criminal investigations and also keep the public safe.

You can also inquire about  the county's warrants at the court since this is where arrest orders are issued to begin with. We suggest turning to the Circuit Court Clerk (100 Justice Way, Hopkinsville, KY 42240, phone: 270-889-6539) who is in charge of handling criminal cases. Be prepared to file a formal request to view public records and pay a small fee for a record copy. More information about your right to access Kentucky public records can be found here.

Performing an arrest search

A Christian County warrant search can tell if a certain person is suspected of a crime and is, therefore, wanted by the police. However, it will tell you nothing about that person's incarceration history.

To find out if someone you know has ever been apprehended and sent to jail, you should turn to the local detention center. On their website, there is a link to an electronic inmate search tool that displays Christian County arrest records. Each record specifies an inmate's offense date , case number and charges.

To broaden your search to include other counties, refer to the online offender search tool provided by the state's Department of Correction. This tool allows you to search for Kentucky arrest records by name. It can be accessed at https://corrections.ky.gov/About/kool/Pages/default.aspx.

Using additional statewide criminal databases

The Administrative office of the Court  provides criminal history reports on any person living in Kentucky. These reports contain misdemeanor offences committed since 2015 and felony offenses committed since 1978. You can get a report online, by U.S. mail or by visiting their offices at 1001 Vandalay Drive, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601. The fee per report is $25.00. You will have to wait no less than 3 business day to get the report. For  additional details go to https://kycourts.gov/aoc/criminalrecordreports/Pages/default.aspx.

You can carry out a Christian County warrant search using the advanced search tool on this website. This tool provides a statewide criminal history reports on any person that may interest you in a matter of seconds. You just need to type a name and you are good to go. Each report includes arrest warrants issued in all of KY counties, prison records, police records and court dockets.

Accuracy and searchers' anonymity are guaranteed. The fee for this service is highly affordable.