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How to Search for Union County Arrest Records
Do you want to check whether a person's has a criminal history and you do not know exactly how to do it? This article will show you how to trace Union County arrest records and other related police records you may need for a criminal record check.
Carrying out an arrest search
The sheriff office presents an inmate list on its website
. It contains names of people that have been recently taken into custody. It is also possible to see the charges filed against them, incarceration date and booking agency.
To get older Union County arrest records, you should turn directly to the county jail. Their archives contain the information you need. To contact them, dial 704-283-3641.
For a much wider North Carolina inmate search, we recommend the online offender database maintained by the DPS
. It displays current and past inmates as well as parolees and absconders.
A Union County warrant search
The sheriff's website also provides a wanted list
arranged in alphabetical order. Each name appears with the following details: race, gender and age, charge information (for example, statutory rape, failing to pay child support, larceny, etc.) and the agency that issued the arrest order. Going over this list, you will be able to trace active warrants originated in the county. For more detailed information, you ought to pay a visit to the sheriff office at 3344 Presson Road, Monroe, NC 28112 (Telephone: 704-283-3789).
How to do a case search
You can find out whether a certain person has ever been criminally prosecuted by state authorities by doing a case search that will gain you access to Union County court records. Visit the office of the clerk of court
at 400 N Main St. Monroe, NC 28112 and file a request to view copies of public records. For further details, call them at 704-698-3100.
Locating the county's sex offenders
To locate people with a history of sexual violence, go to NC sex offender registry
. You can focus your inquiry on the offender's name or address. You can also run a search based on a specific area through defining latitude and longitude.