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Carry out a Forsyth County Warrant Search

This article explains how to do a Forsyth County warrant search and how to track a person's criminal history in the entire State of Georgia.

Where to begin your warrant lookup?

The number 1 place to obtain reliable information on Forsyth County warrants is the sheriff. You will need to arrive at his office to find out if the person you are checking is wanted by the police. It is located at 100 East Courthouse Square, Cumming, GA 30040, phone: 770-781-2222.

Also, the Permits and Ordinance Unit at the sheriff office (phone number: 770-781-2105) provides criminal histories upon request for a $15 fee.

How to carry out an arrest search?

You can find Forsyth County arrest records using the jail roster on the sheriff's website. It includes current detainees – their names, primary charge, incarceration and release date, court date, booking agency, bond amount and a mugshot in some of the files.

Where else can I inquire about Forsyth County warrants?

Since all orders of arrest must go through the court, the Clerk of Superior Court is another important source for a Forsyth County warrant search. To save you precious time, their website offers an online search tool for court dockets. You can search for criminal records by case number or the subject's name.

How can I perform a statewide background check?

A Forsyth County warrant search will only give you local results. If you want to get criminal history records related people in other counties, we suggest using the online felon search (link appears below) operated by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. Each search requires a fee of $15.

Why do you need to do a warrant search?

It is your best interest to make sure you do not get involved with people who have a criminal history. Let's suppose, for example, that you are about to hire a nanny for your children. You definitely don't want a person wanted by the police to take care of your loved ones. Another example, you are about to hire a new employee for your business. It is obvious that you will want him or her to have a clean record.

Conducting a Forsyth County warrant search is a necessary step to help you stay away from people with the potential of risking you and the people you care about.

Relevant links:

The sheriff's website:

Clerk of Superior court:

GA Felon Search: