Falls Church Police Records Search (Virginia)

Perform a free Falls Church, VA public police records search, including police reports, logs, notes, blotters, bookings, and mugshots.

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City of Falls Church Sheriff Website http://www.fallschurchva.gov/416/Sheriff View City of Falls Church Sheriff home page, including name, hours, phone number, and address.

Falls Church County Most Wanted https://spotcrime.com/va/falls+church/mostwanted View Falls Church County, Virginia most wanted list by name, address, physical description, charges, photographs, and mugshots.

Falls Church County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses http://www.vsp.virginia.gov/Firearms.shtm View Falls Church County, Virginia pistol permit and gun license information, including concealed carry applications, renewals, procedure, eligibility, requirements, waiting period, and fees.

Falls Church County Police Records https://www.fallschurchva.gov/354/Crime-Reports-Annual-Reports-and-General View Falls Church County, Virginia police records information, including fees and information on requesting records.

Falls Church Police Department Website http://www.fallschurchva.gov/162/Police View Falls Church Police Department website for community programs including city services, employment opportunities and other resources

Find Falls Church Police Records

Falls Church Police Records are documents created by Police Departments that document the details of crimes, arrests, and the criminal activities of particular individuals in Falls Church, Virginia. The Falls Church Police Department maintains detailed records on arrests, investigations, and the actions of police officers and makes many of these records available for public search and background checks.

Learn about Police Records, including:
  • Where to get free Police Records online
  • How to perform a Falls Church background check
  • Where to get accident and crash reports
  • Which public records are available from Falls Church Police Departments
  • Where to find mugshots online
Search Public Police Records in Falls Church, VA

Public Police Records include a number of different documents, such as Falls Church police reports, arrest logs, and crime reports that are available for public records searches. They also include records related to detention, such as Falls Church mugshots, booking reports, and intake and visitor logs for Falls Church police stations and jails. In addition, Falls Church Police Departments produce blotters, descriptions of suspected or charged criminals, and investigation reports. These criminal records also include search warrants and arrest warrants, which must be signed by a Falls Church judge.

Falls Church, Virginia Background Checks

Searching for Police Records is an important part of performing a Falls Church background check. Background searches contain information on an individual's arrest records, detentions, and Falls Church Court records. Background checks can provide employers and the public with information on the criminal history of potential employees or neighbors. For example, a Falls Church Police Record can show if someone is a convicted sex offender and listed on the Virginia Sex Offender Registry, or committed other serious felonies. Virginia public records may also be used for tenant checks, childcare provider checks, or contractor background searches. Falls Church background checks must be used in accordance with Virginia State employment and privacy laws.

Accident, Crash and DUI/DWI Reports

Police Records also include information about traffic violations, including crash and accident reports, Falls Church DUI and DWI interventions, and other traffic accidents that required police or other law enforcement agencies to intercede. Falls Church police reports may be required to reinstate a driver's license or for insurance purposes following an accident. They can also be used to establish someone's VA driving history for employment or volunteer purposes.