The Henderson County, NC Sherriff's Department has made things incredibly simple for people seeking arrest records by offering an online warrant search facility on their official website.
To use the tool, you will just need identifiers like the name, age, gender and race of the subject of your inquiry. Once you have these details in hand, simply visit http://hcsosearch.hendersoncountync.org/hcso/arrest_Search.asp and type in the information to get crime history information on just about anybody.
If you seek this information for yourself, chances are that you will need to get the background check information notarized. For this, you will have to contact the sheriff's office of Henderson County in person at 100 North Grove Street, Hendersonville, North Carolina 28792.
- Tel no: 828-697-4911
- Fax no: 828-697-4613
Unfortunately, there is no mention of a wanted list on the site but you will get information on just about any and every type of detention order out in a person's name including bench warrants.
A faster option to get a personal background check notarized is to request this information from the County Clerk's office. They maintain the court dockets and along with it all data pertaining to every civil and criminal matter raised in the county.
You can also get in touch with the magistrate's court that issued the active arrest warrant. So, visit the courthouse at 200 N Grove St, Suite 163, Hendersonville, NC 28792 for records on outstanding warrants. Calling them is an option as well, their contact numbers are:
- Courthouse: 828-694-4100
- County Clerk's Office: 828-697-4851
Henderson County has a fairly low crime rate when compared with other areas in the state. Over the nine year period from 2000-08, the crime rate spiked to 2000 annual reports only once, in 2005. Otherwise, it has held steady at around 1500 annual incidents of which less than 10% are violent crimes. On an average 6 complaints are filed every day which is considerably better than the double digit daily incident rate of some other counties.