Where Can You Obtain Information on Granville County Arrests
There isn’t any online tool that displays Granville County arrests, so what can you do if you want to find out whether a person has been incarcerated in the past?
You have two options:
- Call the sheriff’s Detention Division at 919-693-3717 and try to inquire about a specific individual. They might be reluctant to disclose this information on the phone, so you will need to go to the sheriff office (141 Williamsboro St. Oxford, North Carolina 27565) and ask them to carry out a background check for you.
- You can garner information on Granville County arrests through the state’s computerized Offender Public Information. This database encompasses all of North Carolina and it shows current and past inmates in addition to Active Probationers/Parolees.
Searching for arrest warrants
Is a person wanted by the police? To answer this question, you are recommended to contact the sheriff (phone: 919-693-3213) or Oxford Police Department (phone: 919-691-3161)and inquire about Granville County warrants. Warrant information is open to everyone out of considerations of public safety.
Conducting a criminal record check
To learn about a person’s prior conviction, it is advisable to obtain copies of Granville County criminal records. That can be done at the office of the Clerk of Superior Court (101 Main Street, Oxford NC 27565. Ph: 919-690-4800) by filing a formal FOIA request.
Another option for a background check
With much less effort you can get a full account of a person’s criminal history by using the online search tool on ncarrestrecords.org. You will get a report that includes accurate and updated information on Granville County arrests, outstanding warrants, civil and criminal court docket and more. Searchers’ anonymity is guaranteed.
It’s your responsibility to check on the people you come in contact with to keep you and your family out of harm’s way.