Lancaster County Warrant Check

Search for Lancaster County PA 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 Lancaster County Pennsylvania is a local law enforcement agency charged with maintaining order by stopping crimes and conducting investigations. Lancaster County Police Departments also issue warrants. The police issue arrest warrants if they have reason to suspect that an individual has committed a crime. Lancaster 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 Lancaster 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.

Akron Borough Police Department Akron PA 117 South 7th Street 17501 717-859-2410

Brownstown Police Department Ephrata PA 157 West Metzler Road 17522 717-859-1411

Christiana Boro Police Department Christiana PA 315 Newport Avenue 17509 610-593-2234

Clay Township Police Department Stevens PA 870 Durlach Road 17578 717-733-0965

Columbia Police Department Columbia PA 308 Locust Street 17512 717-684-7735

East Cocalico Police Department Denver PA 100 Hill Road 17517 717-336-1725

East Earl Township East Earl PA 4610 Division Highway 17519 717-354-5593

East Hempfield Twp Police Department Landisville PA 1700 Nissley Road 17538 717-898-3103

Elizabethtown Police Department Elizabethtown PA 600 South Hanover Street 17022 717-367-6540

Ephrata Police Department Ephrata PA 124 South State Street 17522 717-738-9200

Lancaster Police Department Lancaster PA 39 East Chestnut Street 17602 717-735-3300

Lititz Borough Police Department Lititz PA 7 South Broad Street 17543 717-626-6393

Manheim Boro Police Dept Manheim PA 4 South Wolf Street 17545 717-665-2481

Manor Township Police Department Lancaster PA 950 West Fairway Drive 17603 717-299-5231

Millersville Boro Police Department Millersville PA 100 Municipal Drive 17551 717-872-4657

Mount Joy Borough Police Department Mount Joy PA 21 East Main Street 17552 717-653-1650

New Holland Police Department New Holland PA 436 East Main Street 17557 717-354-4647

Police Department Marietta PA 188 Rock Point Road 17547 717-426-1164

Southern Regional Police Department Conestoga PA 3284 Main Street 17516 717-872-0352

Strasburg Borough Police Department Strasburg PA 145 Precision Avenue 17579 717-687-7128

Warwick Township Police Department Lititz PA 315 Clay Road 17543 717-626-3162

West Hempfield Twp Police Department Lancaster PA 3401 Marietta Avenue 17601 717-285-5191

West Lampeter Township Police Department Lancaster PA 852 Village Road 17602 717-464-2421


A Court in Lancaster County Pennsylvania is a judicial body charged with resolving legal disputes, including both criminal and civil charges. Lancaster 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. Lancaster 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 Lancaster 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.

Columbia Magistrate Court Columbia PA 341 Chestnut Street 17512 717-684-2761

Elizabethtown Magistrate Court Elizabethtown PA 920 South Spruce Street 17022 717-367-4330

Ephrata Magistrate Court Ephrata PA 609 East Main Street 17522 717-733-8688

Intercourse Magistrate Court Intercourse PA 14 Center Street 17534 717-768-3312

Lancaster County Court Lancaster PA 50 North Duke Street 17602 717-299-8055

Lancaster District Court I Lancaster PA 641 Union Street 17603 717-299-7896

Lancaster District Court II Lancaster PA 1351 Elm Avenue 17603 717-299-7898

Lancaster Magistrate Court I Lancaster PA 2205 Oregon Boulevard 17601 717-569-8774

Lancaster Magistrate Court II Lancaster PA 15 Geist Road 17601 717-656-2191

Lancaster Magistrate Court III Lancaster PA 123 Locust Street 17602 717-299-7974

Lancaster Magistrate Court IV Lancaster PA 301 North Queen Street 17603 717-299-7966

Lancaster Magistrate Court V Lancaster PA 225 West King Street 17603 717-295-2000

Landisville Magistrate Court Landisville PA 399 Camp Meeting Road 17538 717-898-2511

Lititz District Court Lititz PA 690 Furnace Hills Pike 17543 717-626-0258

Manheim Magistrate Court Manheim PA 40 Doe Run Road 17545 717-665-4525

Millersville Magistrate Court Millersville PA 841 Stehman Road 17551 717-872-4361

Mount Joy District Court Mount Joy PA 424 South Angle Street 17552 717-653-4575

New Holland Magistrate Court New Holland PA 745 East Main Street 17557 717-354-4206

Quarryville Magistrate Court Quarryville PA 25 East State Street 17566 717-786-7368

Stevens Magistrate Court Stevens PA 2 Cardinal Drive 17578 717-336-2801

Willow Street Magistrate Court Willow Street PA 324 Beaver Valley Pike 17584 717-464-4141


A District Attorney in Lancaster County Pennsylvania prosecutes cases on behalf of the public, which can include both criminal and civil cases. The Lancaster 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 Lancaster County law enforcement. They also contain information on individuals who avoid court appearances or refuse to comply with court orders. A Lancaster 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.

Lancaster County District Attorney Lancaster PA 50 North Duke Street 17602 717-299-8100


A Sheriff's Department in Lancaster County Pennsylvania is a local law enforcement agency that polices crime and conducts investigations, often at the county level. Lancaster 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 Lancaster 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.

Lancaster County Sheriff's Office Lancaster PA 50 North Duke Street 17602 717-299-8200