How to Search for Lucas County Arrest Records
The aim of this article is to teach you how to find Lucas County arrest records and how to conduct a criminal records search while using the county and state’s online and offline resources.
Guidelines for finding Lucas County arrest records
The sheriff office does not provide an online tool for an arrest search. So we suggest contacting the county’s Corrections Division. The telephone numbers of the booking desk are 419-213-4960 or 419-213-4924. Once you reach them, you can inquire about people who have recently been taken into custody and about former inmates’ jail records.
To carry out an arrest inquiry on the Internet, refer to the online database of the state’s Department of Rehabilitation and Correction. It will enable you to run a more comprehensive Ohio inmate search. This database provides information on parole violators as well (click the link on the right).
Tracing Lucas County warrants
The sheriff office keeps track of all criminal activity that occurred within the county’s borders. For this reason, they are the obvious source for a Lucas County warrant search. We recommend contacting the Law Enforcement Division 419-213-4735 and asking for the Record Bureau. They handle all types of arrest orders issued by the county’s courts. You can arrive at their office physically and carry out your investigation face to face with a staff member. Their address is 1622 Spielbusch Ave. Toledo, OH 43604.
Where can you obtain court dockets?
On the website the clerk of courts, you will find a link to a computerized database that enables you to run a search for Lucas county court records. If you still insist on performing an offline case search, you should make contact with the clerk’s Criminal Division (700 Adams St. Toledo, OH 43604. Phone: 419-213-4484) and submit a request to access public records.
Conducting a sex offender search
Ohio sex offender registry enables users to track down people with a history of sex offenses. There are multiple search options that allow you to locate an offender by address, name, city, email and phone number. The state’s authorities are, indeed, exerting a lot of effort into protecting the residents from sexual assaults.