Nevada Warrant Search

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How To Perform A Nevada Warrant Search

Background checks can uncover active arrest warrants, bench warrant or fugitive warrants. Finding out if you have a warrant can often at the worst times, it might be when going through a hiring process with a new employer., obtaining a security clearance or  being pulled over for a routine traffic stop. This being said, online public record databases offer an alternative, allowing individuals to uncover possible  warrants ahead of a background check. Consulting these sources for local, state, and county warrants will help individuals find embarrassing and troublesome legal problems, before they can create a greater threat to one’s livelihood. Performing a Nevada warrant search can help out a lot with this.
Nevada Warrant Search

Las Vegas Warrant Search

The city of Las Vegas offers an online portal for those individuals, visitors and locals, concerned that there might be arrest warrants active in the Las Vegas police department database. As one accesses the website, a disclaimer written on behalf of the Las Vegas marshal warns that there is an hour lag in updating current arrest warrants. For those searching the database, this means there may be inconsistencies in the accuracy of search results. It’s warned that that new warrants are issued each hour and, additionally, outstanding warrants may be cleared or discontinued via new updates.
The disclaimer also urges private citizens not to attempt to apprehend wanted individuals by a citizen arrest, as that might create a safety risk to the public and to the individual, personally.
The search field offers a number of options. Users can search by first and/or last name, or by social security number. Additionally, site users can browse outstanding warrants alphabetically by clicking on any one of the 26 letters.

Clark County Warrant Search

The previously mentioned website is only applicable for city of Las Vegas arrest warrants, so it may be wise to also consult the Clark County database. Like the city of Las Vegas, Clark County also operates a website that will allow users to search active arrest warrants at the county level.

Unlike the Las Vegas Metro Police Department, Clark County doesn’t have as much information online. Instead, interested parties are encouraged to contact courts within the various jurisdictions.

  • Las Vegas Municipal Court (702) 229-6201
  • North Las Vegas Municipal Court (702) 633-1130
  • North Las Vegas Justice Court (702) 455-7801
  • Henderson Justice Court (702) 455-7951
  • Clark County Justice Court (702) 671-3201

Each court covers its own jurisdiction, so it may be necessary to contact all five courts for a thorough search.
Additionally, individuals have the option of visiting county court offices in person, though proper photo identification is required.

Nevada Warrant Search Online

For various reasons, individuals may be reluctant to contact the courts directly. The Freedom of Information Act makes that unnecessary. There are a number of privately operated websites that provide users with the ability to search public records. From birth and death certificates to marriage licenses and divorces, there is little that can’t be revealed by a thorough Nevada warrant search.
The Nevada Warrant Search  Directory is much like the city of Las Vegas website in that users can search by name for convenience. With this service, however, users may be redirected to outside sources and will most likely be offered a thorough search in exchange for a fee or subscription.
There are many ways to discover the hidden records haunting an individual and it’s up to each of us to discern this information in a timely fashion. Settling sudden legal conflicts quickly may result in lighter fines and prevent unnecessary confinement.

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15 responses to “Nevada Warrant Search

    1. Jorge,

      We can certainly check our Nevada warrant record database for you but we will need your full name and the Nevada county where you suspect you might have a warrant.

  1. I found out the hard way (in court on another matter) that I had an 11 year old traffic warrant. During that time, I had gotten a Sheriff’s Card for work which you can’t get with active warrants.
    I had to do 25 days contempt for this old ticket.
    Little about our legal system is fair these days, but this was wrong.

    1. Thank you for sharing about your old Nevada traffic citation Marly. It’s good for other people to hear about these types of situations so they can avoid circumstances like having a warrant issued for lack of payment of a fine.

  2. My 38 week pregnant girlfriend was arrested in another state on the eastern side of usa. on a warrent out of LAS VEGAS, NV. WITH A ” FULL EXTRADITION ” ARREST WARRENT… SHE Was not sure why.. ONE,(1) Charge had a 20000$$ CASH BAIL And the second (2) had no info for any bail amount … PRETTY SURE THAT (2)Charge IS A NO BAIL WARRENT…. WE HIRED AN ATTORNEY IN THE STATE SHE GOT ARRESTED IN (not NV )… SHE SAY SHE WAS/IS LIMITED in what she could do as far as other state legality’s…. MY GIRL WAS FINALLY RELEASED AFTER A WEEK OF HAVING TO SLEEP DIRECTLY ON CONCRETE WITH A LIGHT BLANKET. … SHE WAS HAVING HARD CONTRACTIONS CLOSER N CLOSER .. THE JAIL SHE WAS IN HAD NO REAL DOC. AT ALL JUST A NURSE, AND THE TOWN HAD NO O.B.G.Y.N. IN TOWN ….. WITH THAT BEING SAID. ATTORNEY TELLS ME THAT SHE CAN NOT GET AHOLD OF ANYONE IN THE STATE OF originated FROM. SHE TALKS TO THE HEAD JUDGE ASKING FOR A RELEASE CAUSE OF HER MEDICAL STATE… AND IS A HIGH RISK BIRTH… WAS DENIED…. AND WAS RELEASED. .. NOT AN “O.R.” OR RESCHEDULE OF COURT OR WARRENT. .. STUPID ATTORNEY SAYS SHE ” CAN NOT ” FIND ABSOLUTELY ANYTHING ON HER IN EITHER STATE… SHE WAS NOT ON THE COURT DOCKET HERE .NO FURTHER KNOWN COURT DATES AND NO SET CONDITIONS. .. SHE TELLS THAT SHE HAS CONTACTED “NV” COURTS AND CAN NOT FIND OUT ANYTHING THERE AS WELL…. ** WE REALLY NEED TO FIND OUT WHAT IS HAPPENING AND WE’RE WE STAND … NV. MUST HAVE RELEASED HER WHEN THEY FOUND OUT ABOUT HER BEING A HIGH RISK PREGNANCY AND WITH LESS THEN 1 WEEK TILL DUE DATE.. MY THOUGHTS ARE THAT “NV” DECIDED TO NOT EXTRADITE ON THE GROUNDS OF IT BEING. A. VERY VERY RISKY TRANSFER. ESPECIALLY ALREADY HAVE CONTRACTIONS CLOSE TOGETHER. ….*** BUT. WHAT HAPPENED TO HER CASE.. SHE SHOWS NO ACTIVE WARRENTS AND. CAN “NOT” FIND ANY COURT DATES. OR CONDITIONS OR ANY INFO ON HER CASE… THEY ARE SERIOUS CHARGES … AND DO NOT THINK THEY WOULD JUST DISMISS OR DROP CASE…..
    NEED TO KNOW CAUSE IF SHE IS TO RETURN TO SAID COURT IN NV WE WANT TO BE THERE SO NO WARRENTS ARE ISSUED. **** H.O.W. CAN WE FIND OUT EXACTLY WHAT IS THE STATUS ON THE CASE. PLEASE ANSWER .. AS I NEED HELP

    1. That sounds like a most unfortunate event. Unfortunately we do not have any information on this case or Nevada warrant. Your best bet to mitigate this situation is to hire a lawyer and/or contact the courts to resolve this situation. We do not have an affiliation with law enforcement or any state courts so you will want to obtain some legal assistance to resolve your situation. Best of luck

    1. I just need to know so I can take care on trying to get back on my feet

      So if I have a warrant I can just start there and take care of it …before trying to get on my feet ….thank you

    2. We do not show any active Nevada warrants listed for you in our warrant record database. To be certain you can also check with the Nevada Marshall. Search for the term “City” Nevada Warrant Search and look for the corresponding Marshal’s website. See the link below for further instruction.

      Do I Have A Warrant In Nevada?

      1. Visit the Nevada Marshall website
      2. Enter first and last name and SSN
      3. View Nevada warrant results

  3. I’ve moved and haven’t forwarded my mail. The one time I was arrested, released and asked to be in court, the clerk said that they would send a letter stating if The courts were going to proceed with any charges. What does that mean and how do I find out I have a warrant? If so, I need to get this resolved as soon as possible.

    1. You will want to follow up with the Nevada court where you were prosecuted. If you contact the Nevada county court clerk they will be able to give you the Nevada warrant information you’re looking for. Below is a link to our Nevada courthouse finder to assist you in finding the relevant courthouse to contact.

      Free Nevada Courthouse Finder

    1. We do not show any active warrants in Nevada for a Joshua Fleming in our Nevada criminal record database.

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Last Updated: December 16, 2017

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