Though it appears to be an easy task, the investigation of people other than yourself hasn’t changed much. The internet offers a great deal of information, however more often than not, most sites will point you the same way. The information they offer is good information if you have already done your homework.

Prior to the introduction of internet access, all of the legwork was done on foot so to speak. Gathering required personal information, and literally carrying it to court houses, police station, statistical offices etc. places where public record access was available.

After having been an investigator before the information superhighway, and now finding myself researching outstanding warrants for this article, it appears as though there countless resources available for actually locating the warrants themselves as they are public record. Most of the sites out will point you in the right direction. I hope this article helps you locate the information you will need, for each and every other resource to fulfill your request.

Outstanding warrants (like all court actions) are logged, and available to the public. Your biggest challenge is finding the most personal information regarding the individual named on the warrant. The ideal frame, is to already have a full name, ss#, D.O.B, and where the warrant is located, as this is the investigative homework. If you already have this information “bravo” any public record venue will give you the information you are looking for.

If you are lacking this information, perhaps you only have a name to work with, you will need to find links to that individual such as; a recent address, where perhaps you can contact a landlord with a lease agreement handy, or a family member who will talk to you, maybe a link from there to an ex-spouse with a link to follow to a divorce decree, or child support order. The key is in the small stuff you can color a bigger picture with.

Once you have built more identity blocks, other doors begin to open. So you see, it can easily be a very tedious task if you have very little to go on. But after you have gathered all the details, it is a piece of cake to find any court information currently on record. As far as site resources, just about all of the county and state record sites will offer outstanding warrants information, and just about anything else you want to know about the individual you are investigating.