Performing a Bryan County Warrant Search
This article explains bit by bit how to run a Bryan County warrant search and how to obtain copies of arrest records so as to be able to determine whether a person of interest to you has a criminal history and therefore should be kept away from you and the people you love.
Guidelines for a warrant lookup
The best place to obtain information on wanted people is the Sheriff Office. Their website does not present this information, so you will need to visit them in person and inquire about people that matter to you. Their address is 1955 Sargent Michael W. Larson Dr. Richmond Hill, Georgia 31324, phone: 912-756-2181.
A Bryan County warrant search can also be conducted at your local police department. They will be willing to share with you their list of fugitives and wanted people in their area of jurisdiction unless the case in question is under active investigation, which requires confidentiality. Cases that involve minors are also not shown to the public.
Turning to the court
Warrants are issued by the court, so accessing Bryan County court records can be very helpful. You should go to the office of the Superior Court Clerk (151 S College St. Pembroke, GA 31321, phone: 912-653-3872) and file a FOIA request to view official documents. Georgia Open Records Act give the citizen the right to view records stored by governmental offices. For additional information, refer to the website of the Attorney General.
Carrying out an inmate search
To obtain information on Bryan County arrests, go to the Sheriff's website. Press on Detention Center on the search bar and you will be directed to the Detention Center page where you will find a link to an inmate lookup tool. This tool lets you search for a detainee by his or her name. You can choose to view current inmates or bookings in the last 24 hours. You can also look for inmates by booking date.
To perform a wider search for Georgia arrest records, use the electronic offender search operated by the GA Department of Corrections. By typing a name, you will be shown an offender's mugshot, physical description and incarceration details including offense description, the prison where he or she is confined and future release date. This search tool also shows parolees.
Running a Statewide background check
Bryan County warrant search will give you only local results. For a broader inquiry that will encompass other GA counties, you should use the Felon Search managed by the GBI. It enables you to check if people that matter to you have criminal records. Each person searched will cost you $15.00. You will need to give that person's name and date of birth.