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How You Can Find Jackson County Arrest Records and Warrants

Jackson County arrest records do not indicate a criminal conviction. The only thing they can tell is that a person, for one reason or another, has been incarcerated in the past.

Warrants indicate even less than that. They are issued when the police have a reason to believe that a person committed an offenses that justifies an arrest. To become legally valid, warrants must be signed by a judge or a magistrate.

Searching for Jackson County arrest records

Your primary source should be the online inmate lookup provided by the sheriff’s official website. It contains a list of detainees arranged according to booking date. Each name includes a mugshot, booking number and date, offense description and bond information.

Your secondary source should be the offender search maintained by the Mississippi Department of Corrections. It can be used to find an inmate in prisons run by the state.

Carrying out a warrant inquiry

Any information on Jackson County warrants should be sought using the sheriff’s resources. You will have to conduct your investigation by personally arriving at his office (Main station: 3104 Magnolia St, Pascagoula, Mississippi 39567). We advise setting an appointment in advance (phone: 228-769-3063).

Where can you obtain copies of Jackson County court records?

The state of Mississippi does not reveal criminal records of other people. You can only run a background check on yourself. If you want to gain access to court records related to another person so as to know if he or she has a history of convictions, we suggest using the search service offered by this website.

After typing a name, running a search and paying a small fee, you will be supplied with a comprehensive criminal history report that unfolds a person’s prior arrests and convictions, warrants and dockets issued by the court. The data encompass the entire state, so you will get the whole picture (The subject of your search may have been incarcerated or convicted of a crime in another county). All details are accurate and updated. Anonymity is guaranteed.

Locating sex offenders

The sheriff puts at your disposal a computerized registry on which you can trace registered sex offenders and predators according to name or geographical location. You can also search the state’s registry here.