There are open court record searches without paying, try the Louisiana Free Court Records Search above. Also Individual county clerks, depending on their public services, provide case and docket searches. Police departments (such as Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office) publish inmate lists and more. If you want access to records without paying, you will need to dig them up, in many cases one record at a time from each entity. To see how others have accessed records, search answers and questions by using the form above.
Which city/department was the call made to?
I don't know. I am in 225 area code and I just dialed "911"
I live in East Baton Rouge parish but I didn't realize I had crossed over into East Ascension parish when I made the call.
I guess they called East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office to report the accident.
You can try crime mapping sites? There are several sites and not all are the same as they cover different areas. They show the incident call to the police for a specific area by city block.
Filing a divorce is similar to filing any other lawsuit. The divorce is filed with the clerk of court, most of them have an online civil case search. You can do these searches on your own with the public access.
Try several sites which offer crime mapping. You can see police calls/responses by block address.
This is from the Louisiana secretary of state's business filings search database which is open to the public freely. Name Type City Status DAGO'S CANTINA, INC. Business Corporation METAIRIE Active Previous Names Business: DAGO'S CANTINA, INC. Charter Number: 34921121D Registration Date: 4/5/2000 Domicile Address 1713 DISNEY ST METAIRIE, LA 700035741 Mailing Address P.O. BOX 1093 KENNER, LA 700631093 Principal Office Address 1713 DISNEY ST METAIRIE, LA 700035741 Status Status: Active Annual Report Status: In Good Standing File Date: 4/5/2000 Last Report Filed: 6/6/2016 Type: Business Corporation Registered Agent(s) Agent: JOHN A. TODESCO SR. Address 1: 1713 DISNEY ST City, State, Zip: METAIRIE, LA 70003-5741 Appointment Date: 4/5/2000 Officer(s) Additional Officers: No Officer: JOHN A. TODESCO SR. Title: President Address 1: 1713 DISNEY DR City, State, Zip: METAIRIE, LA 700035741 Officer: JENNIFER T. PRADAT Title: Secretary Address 1: 408 S FASHION BLVD City, State, Zip: HAHNVILLE, LA 70057 Amendments on File (1) Description Date Appointing, Change, or Resign of Officer 10/27/2009
Look up electronic court records, here's an example: Ascension Clerk of Court Electronic Search System ("ACCESS") Civil Suits Records July, 1982 to present. This would cover the records you're looking for as far as the time span goes. Without mentioning where the case was filed, it's hard to say whether your situation is different. There's a link above to Louisiana courts, once you're on the state's judicial website, scroll down to where you see a hyperlink to "Clerks of court", that will take you to a list of clerks with their websites. That's how "Ascension Clerk of Court Electronic Search System ("ACCESS")" was found.
Go directly to the arresting department's website. Arrest information is public and the police have a way to notify where arrested people are being held. You can look up many of the arrests reported in the news wires. Look for the local paper or any paper which would have the arrests. Thereafter, if you need to find out more, you can check the court's criminal filings, dockets, calendars and so on.
If you are one of the spouses, the Louisiana Department of Health & Hospitals, state registrar and vital records. Better than going to individual parish clerks and requesting them. Divorces have to be submitted to the vital records office by the 10th of the following month. Certificates of Divorce or Annulment and obtained form parish clerks.
These searches are different from one area/agency to another. Take Baton Rouge for example, their active warrant search is open to the public through their webpage under City court lookup. So it depends on the area and how to get them.
Louisiana's secretary of state's death records search is open to public viewing without having to pay, certified copies are issued and its information about how to are also on that webpage. You can narrow the search by parish or conduct the search by name. If you don't know the exact spelling, names appear as you're typing, which is helpful.
Depends on where it was, as in which police department, you can look up how to request a DUI report directly from their site's records webpage. Some departments have a policy of not charging for the first copy under some circumstances.
Was there a transfer of the arrest to a local agency/jail? Generally, the local police make a majority of the arrests, therefore, requests of arrest reports are made to the individual departments. The Louisiana state police's website offers online forms for crash/accident reports and other services, but makes no mention of arrests. This contact information is from the Office of State Police, here is their contact information Photo Lab, D-3, PO Box 66614, Baton Rouge, LA 70896, (225) 925-3518
You can order a Louisiana Department of Public Safety background check online from their own site. You will need to register, however, it is open to the public. Since it is for yourself, criminal records should be easier to view due to privacy not being an issue. When you are receiving your criminal report, you can check and see who else can get them. Court file searches can also show criminal records which won't appear in a background check for various reasons, such as cases that have been recently filed.
There are arrest records and arrest reports which are requested from the individual police department that made the arrest. Arrest record pertains to any information of someone's arrest. For example, inmates lists from the Louisiana Department of Corrections, local sheriffs departments' arrested offenders or inmate lists. You can find arrest information released by news organizations. Criminal court case files are open to the public. Public criminal records or arrest reports are not necessarily free, departments can charge to provide them.
You need to find the county where the arrest took place. Then you can contact the police department in that county or look up how to request an arrest (or any type of police report) on their site. It's a common request, but there is a process with certain qualifications.
You can perform a search on your own by simply using available public government websites presently online. You will be also able to see what is available and what is more difficult to get as public records. Begin with the easy ones such as pulling up offender searches from the department of corrections or individual small department inmate lists. Public record sites show the most utilized free public government websites, and many have great data. It helps to know a few details such as a list of addresses to make sure and check all areas that the persons being searched has been, including out of state residences. The purpose of your search also matters if you’re an employer, or you are searching your own records to see what others can view about you. The state of Louisiana is not amongst the top of the most open and accessible public records, this may not only be the effect of laws, but technological capability to put the information online.
There are several factors which affects obtaining criminal records. There are easy means as well and methods that require more work. One major factor is how much you already know, which county or state do you need to look into? Will you need to search other states? These points are just some to consider when beginning your search. Are you an employer? Are you looking up your own records to see what is out there? Employers and self searches do not need to meet the same standards to request criminal records. There are free ways to get criminal records, mostly depends on how much you want to look online. You can begin to freely look up recent arrests and offenders in custody, including convicts that have been released. Another option is by going to the courthouse, or checking court services online which can include free searches. Some courts allow the public to request records but do not charge unless a copy is requested.
The PACER system, public access to court electronic records, is an online service that provides information from federal appellate, district bankruptcy courts. You can also link directly to all individual bankruptcy courts. If it’s the first time, there's an online tutorial link. Anyone can use the system by signing up and they're used by attorneys. The service offers a case locator before looking up individual courts if the user is not certain where the court is.