A Step-by-Step Guide on DELJIS Warrant Search

How to Conduct a DELJIS Warrant Search Easily

Did you know that there are over 1 million Americans with open arrest warrants? Some may not even be aware that these warrants exist because they cover minor offenses such as speeding, non-renewal of licenses, and other minor misdemeanors.

Luckily, as a resident of Delaware, there is a way to know whether there are warrants issued against you or your loved ones, just conduct a .

So, if you are ready to do the warrant search we'll provide you with a step-by-step guide on how to go about it, other channels you can use to check for warrants, and so much more. Even better, you'll learn about DoNotPay, the fastest and most anonymous way to check for open warrants online.

How to Check for Warrants on DELJIS

DELJIS stands for Delaware Criminal Justice Information System. It's an online system that allows the sharing of information between the law enforcement community and the general public. The database only holds warrants issued in the state of Delaware.

Here's how to check for an active warrant on the DELJIS Online Wanted Person Review.

  1. Visit the state government website
  2. Enter the last name
  3. Enter the first name (optional)

The results will narrow down to a positive search if there is an open arrest warrant connected to the name. And that's it! It may not have the latest information every time but with over 2 million visits to the site, DELJIS has steadily become a popular channel to check for active

Are There Other Ways to do a DELJIS Warrant Search?

Yes. You can also check for warrants through:

1. Third-Party Websites

The third-party sites provide records of warrants issued in various counties in Delaware. However, the information can vary from one site to another depending on the editor's efforts to upgrade the information. The details you may have to provide to run a warrant search on such a site may include

  • The name of the person
  • The location where the warrant may have been issued

2. Run a Criminal Background Check

You can also run a criminal background check on yourself or your loved ones by providing a fingerprint card to the Delaware Bureau of Investigation. You should also provide a state ID or a valid driver's license. A parent or a guardian is required to accompany persons under the age of 18. They can provide a student ID or any of the IDs listed above. The fee for a state criminal background check is $52.00 and $65.00 for a state and federal criminal background check. Payments should be made in form of

  • Cash - except Sussex County,
  • Money orders
  • Certified checks
  • Company checks
  • Credit and debit cards

You can access these services via

OnlineDELJIS Delaware website
Phone Number(302) 739 5871
Mailing AddressDelaware State Police State of Bureau 600 S. Bay Road Suite 1

Dover, DE 19901

The hours of operation are Monday - Friday from 8.30 am to 3.00 pm.

Running a warrant search on a third-party website may sound convenient but the information is not entirely reliable. Again, the costs of doing a that way are high, depending on how many searches you want to be done.

On the other hand, running a criminal background check requires time and effort which may not be possible, especially if you already run on a tight schedule. Additionally, with the information you provide at the bureau, it's easy to get arrested if indeed there is an open warrant against you.

DoNotPay Can Conduct DELJIS Warrant Searches

Apart from the tedious tasks and hefty fees involved in the warrant search processes above, there is also no guarantee of anonymity. That's why DoNotPay has created the Check for Warrants product that will do the legwork for you with a higher level of anonymity.

Here's how to do a quick with DoNotPay in 4 easy steps:

  1. Go to the Check for Warrants product on DoNotPay.

  2. Choose whether you want to search for yourself or someone else, and answer a few questions to help us narrow down the search results, including current and previous addresses, age, the names of parents/relatives, and any known aliases.

  3. Select how you would like to receive the results in the case where we have to contact the police station on your behalf (by mail or email).

  4. Enter your contact information, including email, address, and phone number.

Let the world’s first robot lawyer handle it for you. You don’t need to speak to law enforcement in person, and you don’t need to spend a ton of money to search for warrants in Delaware, or anywhere!

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