Pike County, Alabama Arrest Records and Warrants

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Suppose you want to search for arrest warrants from Pike County, Alabama. In that case, you will need to approach a government agency responsible for maintaining arrest records and other crime-related information. While most people assume that only the local police keep this data, the judiciary also plays an active role in law enforcement in the area. So, you can find details on active warrants from agencies of the state justice department as well.

The magistrate’s office works out of 120 E Church St, Troy, AL 36081, and the county clerk’s office, which operates from the same location, can be contacted through their mail address at P.O Box 1008, Troy, Alabama 36081. Both will entertain formal requests for a Pike County warrant search. However, you will have to drive down to these state department offices in person to apply. Also, you will be charged a nominal fee for the inquiry.

The details needed to initiate the search for outstanding warrants include the first and last name of the subject, his/her age, gender, and address if available. Additional information like a social security number, case-specific data, aliases, etc., can further narrow down the search and bring back accurate results.

Records about all active warrants issued in Pike County are kept by the magistrate’s office, which is in charge of releasing such detention orders; the county clerk’s department also maintains them. The latter is the state judicial agency authorized to keep information on all cases and their proceedings in the court dockets.

So, you will get information on outstanding warrants from both these justice departments. Of course, the sheriff’s department can also be approached for such inquiries and details on the most wanted list, crime statistics, and other information on nefarious occurrences in the area. To get in touch with the police, head to

Despite a decrease of over 70% in the rate of violent crime and a reduction of 8% in the average of reported criminal activity, Pike County police still receive almost 100 complaints every year. On a day to day basis, nearly four criminal incidents occur in the area, and almost 10% of these acts are violent.

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