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Use These Guidelines to Find Information on Forsyth County Arrests

Records dealing with Forsyth County arrests can indicate whether a person has been apprehended in the past. Active warrants will tell you if that person is wanted by the county’s police. In this article, we will show you how to find both of them as part of an overall criminal record check.

Carrying out an arrest inquiry

The sheriff does not provide an online jail roster, so the best option to obtain data on Forsyth County arrests is to file an open record request via the sheriff’s website. They have an electronic form for that purpose, but currently it is not working. The alternative they offer is to send the request to the following e-mail address:InternalAffairs@forsythco.com.

For updated data on Forsyth County arrests, you should also turn to the Jail Division. You will most likely need to reach their office (202 Veteran’s Memorial Blvd.Cumming, Georgia 30040) and inquire about a person’s incarceration history. Their telephone number is 770-781-2226.

If you want to find a detainee in other GA counties, use the inmate search tool on the official website of the Georgia Department of Corrections. You can search by GDC ID, case number or simply by typing a person’s name.

Finding Forsyth County warrants

The best place to investigate about Forsyth County warrants is the sheriff’s Fugitive Unit. They can tell you if a certain person is wanted for questioning or is a suspected of a crime. You can contact them at 770-781-3073.

You may also use the state’s resources to carry out a broader criminal records search. The Georgia Technology Authority manages an online background check tool. Each search will cost you 15 dollars. For further information on Forsyth County arrests and warrants, we recommend this article.  It explains how to conduct a local and a statewide inquiry.

How to search for court dockets

Forsyth County court records can be obtained electronically. The Clerk of Courts maintains a computerized inquiry tool that exhibits all types of dockets released by the court. A person’s second name is the minimum you need to initiate a search. For more details, you should dial 770-781-2120.

Tracing the county’s sex offenders

You can conduct a sex offender search by using the registry on the sheriff’s website. To perform a statewide inquiry, go to the Georgia sex offender registry.