Will County Warrant Check (Illinois)

Search for Will County, IL warrants. A warrant check can provide information on arrest warrants, search warrants, bench warrants, prior warrants, current warrants, outstanding warrants, police warrant reports, criminal charges, criminal history, and background check information.


A Police Department in Will County, Illinois is a local law enforcement agency charged with maintaining order by stopping crimes and conducting investigations. Will County Police Departments also issue warrants. The police issue arrest warrants if they have reason to suspect that an individual has committed a crime. Will County arrest warrants contain information on the suspect and the charges. Police Departments also issue search warrants, which contain information about the suspected individual as well as the evidence police are seeking. Warrants make up an important part of an individual's criminal history, making a Will County warrant check a key step in performing a background check. Police Departments maintain records of all warrants they issue, which may be available online.

Beecher Police Department Beecher IL 724 Penfield Street 60401 708-946-2341

Bolingbrook Police Department Bolingbrook IL 375 West Briarcliff Road 60440 630-226-8600

Braidwood Police Department Braidwood IL 141 West Main Street 60408 815-458-2341

Channahon Police Department Channahon IL 24555 South Navajo Drive 60410 815-467-5152

Crest Hill Police Department Crest Hill IL 1610 Plainfield Road 60403 815-741-5115

Crete Village Police Department Crete IL 1370 Benton Street 60417 708-672-0912

Elwood Police Department Elwood IL 201 East Mississippi Avenue 60421 815-423-5411

Elwood Police Department Elwood IL 401 East Mississippi Avenue 60421 815-423-5411

Frankfort Police Department Frankfort IL 20602 Lincoln-Way Lane 60423 815-469-9435

Governors State University Police Department University Park IL 1 University Parkway 60484 708-534-4900

Illinois State Police - District 5 Lockport IL 16648 Broadway Street 60441 815-726-6377

Joliet Junior College Police Department Joliet IL 1215 Houbolt Road 60431 815-280-2334

Joliet Police Department Joliet IL 150 West Washington Street 60432 815-724-3210

Lockport Police Department Lockport IL 1212 Farrell Road 60441 815-838-2131

Lockport Township Park District Police Lockport IL 1911 Lawrence Avenue 60441 815-838-1183

Manhattan Police Department Manhattan IL 245 South State Street 60442 815-478-4408

Mokena Police Department Mokena IL 10907 Front Street 60448 708-479-3912

Monee Police Department Monee IL 5357 West Main Street 60449 708-534-8321

Naperville Police Department School Resource Unit - Neuqua Valley Gold Naperville IL 3220 Cedar Glade Drive 60564 630-428-6458

New Lenox Police Department New Lenox IL 701 West Haven Avenue 60451 815-485-3188

Peotone Police Department Peotone IL 208 East Main Street 60468 708-258-9236

Plainfield Police Department Plainfield IL 1400 North Division Street 60544 815-436-6544

Plainfield Police Department Plainfield IL 14300 Coil Plus Drive 60544 815-436-6544

Rockdale Police Department Rockdale IL 79 Moen Avenue 60436 815-725-2171

Romeoville Police Department Romeoville IL 10 Montrose Drive 60446 815-886-7219

Shorewood Police Department Shorewood IL 903 West Jefferson Street 60404 815-725-1460

University Park Police Department University Park IL 698 Burnham Drive 60484 708-534-0914

Will County Forest Preserve District Police Joliet IL 22606 South Cherry Hill Road 60433 815-727-8700

Wilmington Police Department Wilmington IL 120 North Main Street 60481 815-476-2811


A Court in Will County, Illinois is a judicial body charged with resolving legal disputes, including both criminal and civil charges. Will County Courts also play a central role in issuing warrants. When the police or sheriff wants to issue an arrest warrant or search warrant for a suspected criminal, a judge must first sign the warrant. These documents contain personal information on the suspect, the criminal charges, and any evidence sought by law enforcement. Will County Courts also issue bench warrants for individuals who avoid court appearances or refuse to comply with a court order. Warrants are an important part of a person's criminal history, and performing a Will County warrant check is a key step in conducting a thorough background check. Courts maintain detailed records for warrants issued by judges, which may be available online.

Bolingbrook District Court Bolingbrook IL 375 West Briarcliff Road 60440 630-226-8400

Frankfort District Court Frankfort IL 23320 South La Grange Road 60423 815-469-8101

Lockport District Court Lockport IL 220 East 9th Street 60441 815-838-0549

Monee District Court Monee IL 5130 West Court Street 60449 708-534-8301

Will County Court Joliet IL 14 Jefferson Street 60432 815-727-8592

Wilmington District Court Wilmington IL 1165 South Water Street 60481 815-476-2175


A Sheriff's Department in Will County, Illinois is a local law enforcement agency that polices crime and conducts investigations, often at the county level. Will County Sheriff's Departments also issue warrants if they have reason to suspect that someone has committed a crime, including arrest warrants and search warrants. Arrest warrants contain descriptions of the suspect and the criminal charges in the investigation. Sheriff's Departments may also issue search warrants, which contain information about the targeted individual and the evidence sought by law enforcement. Warrants make up an important part of a person's criminal history, so a Will County warrant check is a key step in performing a thorough background check. Sheriff's Departments maintain detailed records for their warrants, which may be available online.

Will County Sheriff's Office Joliet IL 14 Jefferson Street 60432 815-727-8798

Will County Sheriffs Office Joliet IL 2420 East Laraway Road 60433 815-727-8895


A District Attorney in Will County, Illinois prosecutes cases on behalf of the public, which can include both criminal and civil cases. The Will County District Attorney's Office may also work with law enforcement and the courts to issue warrants such as arrest warrants, search warrants, and bench warrants. These warrants contain information on the suspected criminal, the legal charges, and any evidence sought by Will County law enforcement. They also contain information on individuals who avoid court appearances or refuse to comply with court orders. A Will County warrant check can identify individuals with court-ordered warrants, which provides important information about someone's criminal history. District Attorneys may provide online access to their warrant records.

Will County State Attorney Joliet IL 121 North Chicago Street 60432 815-727-8453