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Spartanburg County Arrest Records and Warrant Search
Do you need to carry out a criminal record check? You will be happy to know that Spartanburg County arrest records appear on the internet. Additional background information – such as active warrants and court records – can be obtained quite easily as well by conducting either an online or offline inquiry.
How you can find Spartanburg County arrest records
The website operated by the sheriff offers several useful databases meant to help you locate a detainee in the county jail. They can be accessed on the webpage of the Detention Services Division
. They include the following: current inmates, recent bookings and releases and a list of detainees apprehended in the last 3 months.
For an offline Spartanburg County arrest search, contact the main jail at 864-596-2607 or visit them in person at 950 California Ave. Spartanburg, South Carolina 29303. You will be able to garner information on much older arrest files dating years back.
To conduct a wider South Carolina offender search, go to the SCDC's website, where you will find an online inquiry tool
to help you locate defendants incarcerated in the state's correctional facilities.
Carrying out a warrant search
In order to find Spartanburg County warrants, the best thing to do is to visit the Warrant Unit at sheriff office at 8045 Howard St. Spartanburg SC 29303, phone no. 864-596-2624.
To view a person's criminal history all over the state, use the online SLED CATCH
. You can also send a request for a background check via mail: South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, Post Office Box 21398, Columbia, SC 29221. Each request must include a name, date of birth, and social security number plus a fee of $25.
Finding Spartanburg County court records
South Carolina Judicial Department offers an online case records search
for each county. It encompasses all cases types from all courts. Inquiries can be based on either a name or case number. For further information, we suggest calling the Clerk of Courts at 864-596-2591.
It is important that you understand that dockets released by the court can indicate whether the person you are checking has ever been trialed before. This kind of information is essential for a criminal background check.
How to do a sex offenders search
SC sex offender registry
can assist in finding out whether a person convicted for a sex offense lives in your neighborhood. You can perform your inquiry according to a name or a geographical area. You will find this inquiry tool very useful especially when it comes to the safety of your kids.