Search for Marion County, IL felony records. A felony search provides information on felony charges, felony trials, felony crimes, suspected felons, felony arrests, felony incarcerations, sex offender registry, domestic violence, child abuse, criminal record, criminal history, court cases, judicial records, police reports, and background check information.
Marion County Police Departments are local law enforcement agencies in Marion County, Illinois that keep the peace and maintain public order. As part of this job, Marion County Police conduct investigations, stop crimes, and make felony arrests. The Police maintain records on all the individuals they investigate and arrest, including those who are accused of committing a felony. These public criminal records provide information about people suspected of committing felonies or those who have been convicted of felonies, including personal information, all police arrests, criminal and civil charges, and any incarcerations. Marion County felony records are an important part of conducting a background check because they show an individual's criminal history. Marion County Police Departments may provide online access to their felony records.
Alma Police Department Alma IL 106 7th Street 62807 618-547-7686
Central City Police Department Centralia IL 141 North Harrison Street 62801 618-532-4779
Centralia Police Department Centralia IL 222 South Poplar Street 62801 618-533-7602
Iuka Police Department Iuka IL 102 South Avenue 62849 618-323-6918
Kinmundy Police Department Kinmundy IL 115 West 3rd Street 62854 618-547-3221
Odin Police Department Odin IL 108 East Kirkwood Street 62870 618-775-6260
Patoka Police Department Patoka IL 301 South Oak Street 62875 618-432-5855
Salem Police Department Salem IL 201 South Rotan Street 62881 618-548-2232
Sandoval Police Department Sandoval IL 102 North Cherry Street 62882 618-247-3411
Wamac Police Department Centralia IL 361 East 17th Street 62801 618-532-4777
Marion County Public Defender Offices provide legal representation to suspected criminals who cannot afford an attorney in Marion County, Illinois, including individuals accused of committing a felony. Public Defender Offices maintain records on their clients, particularly for felony cases that go to trial. These Marion County felony records list the individual's name, date of birth, aliases, and felony trial records such as witness records, as well as the outcome of the trial, including acquittals, convictions, sentences, plea bargains, and incarcerations. Performing a Marion County felony search provides information on an individual's criminal record, making it an important part of conducting a through background check. The Public Defender Office may provide access to some felony records on their website.
Marion County Public Defender Salem IL 210 West Schwartz Street 62881 618-548-5350
Marion County Sheriff Departments are law enforcement agencies in Marion County, Illinois that operate at the county or local level, and they protect the community by investigating crimes, making arrests, and assisting in the prosecution of Marion County felony charges. The Sheriff Department maintains records on all arrests and investigations, including for felony charges. These records contain personal information about felons and suspected felons, as well as their complete criminal history, all arrests or jail bookings, and any incarcerations. Felony records are part of an individual's Marion County criminal history, making them an important part of performing a background check. Sheriff Departments may provide online access to their felony records.
Marion County Sheriff / Marion County Jail Salem IL 204 North Washington Street 62881 618-548-2141
Marion County Sheriff's Office Salem IL 204 North Washington Street 62881 618-548-2141
Marion County District Attorney Offices prosecute cases on behalf of the Marion County, Illinois public, which includes felony crimes, and they maintain records on these cases. Marion County felony records list the defendant's name, date of birth, any aliases, and the felony charges. These can include domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault, homicide, and drug charges, and felony records often include trial records, trial testimony, and any convictions, sentences, plea bargains, or incarcerations, as well as the location of felony incarceration. District Attorney records make up an important piece in an individual's Marion County criminal history, and performing a felony search is a key step in conducting a background check. The Marion County District Attorney Office may provide online access to their felony records.
Marion County State Attorney Salem IL 100 East Main Street 62881 618-548-3860