Greenville County Arrest Records and Warrant Search
Greenville County arrest records will tell you if a person has been incarcerated in the past. This person can be your kid’s nanny, your employee or even the new guy dating your daughter. To be able to conduct a full criminal records search, you also have to get access to the county’s warrants and court records.
How to perform a Greenville County arrest search
The county’s website contains an inquiry tool that displays incarcerated inmates with mugshots and details on their offenses, the agency that incarcerated them and charge and sentence dates. You will also find bond information, a warrant number and most importantly – the unit that houses the detainee in the county jail.
For information on older Greenville County arrest records, the best you can do is to turn directly to the county jail’s administration. You can reach them by dialing 864-467-2309. Their address is 20 McGee St. Greenville, South Carolina 29601.
To perform a broader arrest inquiry that includes all of SC counties, refer to the inmate lookup tool offered to the public by the SCDC. It displays detailed prison records with plenty of information (including the defendant’s mugshot, sentence type, SID number and the facility that houses him or her). You can also use the inmate information special line operated by the SCDC: 866-727-2846.
Finding Greenville County warrants
To conduct a warrant search, turn to the sheriff’s Warrant Unit. Currently, there is no computerized data bank through which you can conduct your investigation. Therefore, you will need to reach their office at 4 McGee St. Greenville, SC 29601 (phone no. 864-467-5300) and go over their criminal archives.
Performing a criminal record check
The clerk of courts puts at your disposal an online public index that contains Greenville County court records. Alternatively, you can arrive at their office during working hours and run a case search on their computers. They are located at 305 E. North Street Greenville County Courthouse. Greenville, SC 29601. Their phone number is 864-467-5278.
The clerk of courts deals with felony cases. If you are looking for lower court cases, you should refer to the Magistrate’s Court. On their website, you will find a link to a database containing PDF reports on misdemeanor offenses.
How to find South Carolina Criminal records
Finally, to broaden your inquiry to include all of SC counties, refer to the website of the SC Law Enforcement Division and use the SLED CATCH Online for a statewide background check.