Crenshaw County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

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To get a Crenshaw County, AL arrest warrant search done, you need only go to the office of the sheriff. The local law enforcement agency plays a crucial role not just in making arrests but also in procuring detention directives from the court. Because police officers are responsible for the investigation of a criminal incident, they are bound to have all information pertaining to it.

Hence their role in the process of dealing with criminal occurrences makes them the only entities that can offer details to the judiciary on what transpired and who had a hand in the act. This information is seldom conveyed verbally. A writ is prepared which is submitted in court before the pre-warrant hearing can be scheduled.

Given the seriousness of active warrants from Crenshaw County, a court session is held almost immediately after receiving the application. If the magistrate finds merit in the evidence collected by the cops, an outstanding warrant is issued almost instantly. However, in some cases, the witnesses may have to be called in before the probable cause determination can be made.

So, when looking for information on arrest records and active warrants in Crenshaw County, there are two avenues that you can take. You could either approach the local sheriff's office or get in touch with the judiciary. For the latter, you can go to the office of the magistrate or the county clerk that keeps the court dockets.

  • The sheriff: PO Box 22, Luverne, Alabama 36049
  • The magistrate: 301 Glenwood Ave, Luverne, AL 36049
  • The clerk of court: 29 S Glenweed Ave, Luverne, Alabama 36049

Crenshaw County, Alabama has a low crime rate of just about 200 incidents per annum. Of these criminal acts, about 9% are violent in nature. So, approximately, 18 incident reports are filed each year against assaults, homicides and rapes. Although these figures do not alarm at first glance, the fact remains that there has been a rise of over 70% in the rate of violent criminal acts.


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