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How to Obtain Information on Iredell County Arrests and Warrants, North Carolina

This article's main focus is explaining how to search for information on NC, Iredell county arrests. Readers will also be shown what is required of them in order to trace warrants and obtain court dockets for the purpose of carrying out a background check

Locating an inmate

Iredell County arrest records can be found on the Internet by referring to the sheriff's online inmate locator. You may also turn to the jail's information desk to inquire about a specific person: 704-878-3131 Those interested in a full scale investigation that covers NC arrests are advised to visit the online offender search maintained by the Department Of Public Safety. It allows you to trace the incarceration history of active and inactive inmates in detention facilities scattered all over the state. Results show the inmate's status, conviction date, incarceration and release date, primary crime and location.  A mugshot and parole information are also included.

Iredell County warrants

All warrants issued in the county arrive at the sheriff office for processing and storage. So the sheriff should be your primary source of information. There is no computerized database dedicated for Iredell County warrants, so searchers have no choice but to visit the sheriff office (230 North Tradd Street, Statesville, North Carolina 28677. Telephone no.704-664-7500) for an offline inquiry.

How to inquire about a person's prior convictions

The best way to discover whether a person has stood trial and found guilty of a crime is to obtain Iredell County court dockets. Best you can do is visit the Clerk of Court (Hall of Justice, 221 E Water Street. Statesville, NC 28677 phone no. 704-832-6600) and request to view public records. North Carolina FOIA Laws obligate the government to share information with the public. To learn more, read this official guide.

Running a sex offender search

Do people you know have a history of sex crimes? To be able to answer this question, enter NC sex offender registry. It will allow you to locate an offender by name or address.