Cumberland County NC Warrants and Arrest Records

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An active arrest warrant is only issued by the criminal court in Cumberland County, NC after the sitting judge has carefully deliberated on case related fact. The Sherriff's Department has to file a written complaint against an individual to procure an arrest warrant. The law enforcement agency is also charged with serving criminal processes like bench warrants.

So, if you are interested in a warrant search, your first stop should be the Sherriff's Office in Cumberland County, NC. The law enforcement agency is located in Fayetteville, 131 Dick Street, North Carolina 28301-5793.

Although you can talk to a clerk from the administrative section of the justice agency by calling on 910-323-1500, they will not be forthcoming with any information pertaining to arrest records unless you show up in person at their office.

The official website of the Cumberland County Sherriff's Department offers the provision for an inmate search at However, like other police departments in the state, they do not offer a list of the most wanted criminals in the county.

Because the County Clerk is legally required to store all warrant records in the court dockets, you can also look for outstanding warrants by visiting the Courthouse at 117 Dick St, Fayetteville, NC 28301; tel no: 910- 475-3000. The advantage of using this approach is that you will also be able to get your hands on other crime history related data like conviction and incarceration records along with warrant information.

The crime rate in Cumberland County, NC has increased steadily over the ten year interval between 1999 to 2008. At the start of the decade, the crime figures stood at a modest 100 incidents but by the end of the ten year period, the number had burgeoned to almost 300. Of the approximately 15,000 crimes reported in the area each year, majority are cases related to robberies and thefts with nearly 10,000 occurrences. In contrast, the incident rate of violent crimes like murder and rape is considerably low at just about 23 and 70 plus reports filed per annum.

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