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Richland County Arrest Records and Warrant Search

Richland County arrest records can be traced online. Additional legal documents necessary for a criminal records search, such as arrest warrants or court dockets, can also be found quite easily either online or by visiting the sheriff or clerk of courts. This article will present the county's official sources where background information can be obtained. A Richland County inmate search can be performed online by accessing the public inquiry tool on the website managed by the local county jail. Detainees' personal details (age, weight, height) and booking date are displayed in an organized table. For more detailed records, you should contact the jail directly. You can find a contact page with all relevant telephone numbers here. A broader South Carolina inmate search can be performed on the SCDC's website. It offers an inquiry tool that exhibits offenders housed in the state's prison facilities including their offenses and sentence. For a warrant search, you need to visit the sheriff's Warrant Division at 5623 Two Notch Rd, Columbia, SC 29223, telephone: 803-576-3185. They have the most updated information on the county's wanted persons. You can perform a more extensive South Carolina criminal record check using the online database offered by the state's Law Enforcement Division. Take into account that each name you are going to search will cost you $25. You will have to come up with the subject's birth date and full name.

Getting access to Richland County court records

If you are seeking information on a person's prosecutions and convictions, the best place to go to is Richland County Clerk of Courts. On their website you will find a link to a computerized case search. It includes all cases (civil and criminal) and all court types. For further detail, contact the Clerk's office at 803-929-6000.

How to look for sex offenders

The sheriff office operates an online registry that will help you run a sex offender search on a county level. Your inquiry can be based on a name or geographic area.