Clarke County, Alabama Arrest Records and Warrants

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A search for Clarke County, Alabama arrest warrants will inevitably take you to at least one government office. In fact, most people prefer to just visit the local sheriff’s office when looking for information on arrest records and active warrants. While this is certainly an option, no less than two judicial agencies can also help you when you need to know about arrest orders and other provisions used in a case.

For instance, you could always visit the magistrate’s office when looking for warrant related data. However, make sure that you approach the judge who has the authority to preside in criminal cases. The court of the magistrate is the legal entity that has the powers to issue arrest warrants. So, the office will undoubtedly have all records pertaining to active warrants, search orders and even bench warrants, subpoenas, etc issued in varying criminal matters.

In contrast, the office of the county clerk which handles the court dockets maintains a record of all cases that enter the judicial system of the area, not just the criminal matters. So, the department of the clerk of court can be approached for investigations into civil matters as well as a warrant search.

On the same lines, the cops will have information on all criminal cases that occurred in the county. In fact, you will also be able to find a list of the most wanted with the office of the sheriff apart from statistical data pertaining to illicit activity in the county. So, when looking for data on outstanding warrants from Clarke County contact these agencies at:

  • The office of the sheriff: PO Box 913, Grove Hill, Alabama 36451
  • The office of the magistrate: 114 Court St, Grove Hill, AL 36451
  • The office of the county clerk: P O Box 10, Grove Hill, Alabama 3645

Crime in Clarke County, Alabama has almost halved in the eight years from 2001 to 2008. At the time of writing this article, less than 500 incident reports were being filed annually and no more than 8% of these were complaints against violent crimes.

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