How do I check for warrants in Arizona?

How do I check for warrants in Arizona?

All you have to do is provide your first and last name and your date of birth, and you should be able to find out then and there if you have any warrants and if so, which county issued them. You can contact the Arizona Department of Safety warrant line by calling 602-223-2233.

How do I contact Arizona highway patrol?

  1. 2102 W Encanto Blvd. Arizona Department of Public Safety Phoenix, AZ 85009.
  2. (602) 223-2000.

What does Arizona Department of Public Safety do?

The Arizona Department of Public Safety (AZDPS) is a state-level law enforcement agency with a primary function of patrolling and enforcing state laws on Arizona highways.

How do I take care of a warrant in Arizona?

If you have a warrant and do not have an attorney you may go to the Court on your own and file a motion to quash the warrant and have a new time and date set for a new hearing. When you do go to the Court expect to pay a warrant fee with the Court.

Does Arizona have a highway patrol?

The Highway Patrol Division (HPD) is staffed by uniformed state troopers; they are highly recognizable by an all-tan uniform and Montana Peak (Smokey) hat. One of the responsibilities of HPD is to support the state of Arizona and its citizens by patrolling the Capitol districts both in Phoenix and Tucson.

What’s the difference between Arizona state trooper and highway patrol?

The job of state highway patrol is to issue tickets to motorists for unsafe driving, respond to accidents, make arrests when needed, and report hazardous road conditions to protect people on the road. Meanwhile, state police are a full-service law enforcement agency.

What gun does Arizona DPS carry?

The Department issued handgun is a Glock 17 Gen5, chambered in 9mm.

How can I find out if I have a warrant in Arizona?

There are four ways to check if you have a warrant for your arrest in Arizona. The easiest option is to search the state’s public court information database online. You can perform a simple search with just your last name, though it helps to include your first name, date of birth, and the issuing court.

How to apply for a DPS packet in Arizona?

If you are in the state of Arizona, you can apply at: (link is external). If you are outside of Arizona, you can obtain a packet from DPS by calling (602) 223-2279 or faxing your request to (602) 223-2947.

What happens if you have a bench warrant in Arizona?

If you have a state or federal arrest warrant, you can be arrested in Arizona and extradited to the state that issued the warrant. Bench warrants aren’t always shared with other states, and they may not even be enforced outside of the city or county that issued the bench warrant.

How to clear a warrant in Maricopa County AZ?

If your warrant was issued by a Superior Court Judge in Maricopa County you can contact 602-506-8575 for the phone number of the judicial officer’s division that issued the warrant. Will paying my bond amount clear my warrant? No, it does not clear the warrant. Appearing before the judge that issued the warrant would clear the warrant.