Finding Union County Arrest Records

The first place you should search for Union County arrest records is the local jail. You can contact them (by dialing704-283-3641) and inquire about their current inmate population.

In addition, the sheriff maintains a computerized database that presents the county’s arrest histories. Each detainee’s name includes a description of charges related to him or her, booking and release date, status and details regarding bond.

Conducting a statewide inmate inquiry

Union County arrest records will only provide you with information on a local level. If you wish your inquiry to encompass the whole state, use the electronic offender search on the website of the North Carolina DPS.This database consists of Current and former inmates in all of NC detention centers. You will also be able to see parolees and probationers.

Where to find Union County warrants

The sheriff maintains a computerized wanted list where you can view people whose names appear on Union County warrants. The list presents a description of their charges and the law enforcement agency that stands behind the arrest order. For more details, contact the sheriff office by dialing 704-283-3789.

Searching for Court records

Inquiring about a person’s prior convictions requires accessing Union County court records. It can be done at the office of the District Clerk of Court. You will need to submit a FOIA request and pay $25 for each case copy.

Locating NC sex offenders

If you want to check whether there are sex offenders residing in your area, visit the state’s electronic registry. You can track an offender by name or address and even geographically by latitude/longitude.

Another background check option

Union County arrest records can also be obtained by utilizing the search option offered by ncarrestrecords.com. You do not need more than a person’s name to get a full report of his or her criminal history. Results cover all NC counties. Accuracy and confidentiality are fully guaranteed.