Rockingham County, NC Arrest Records and Warrants

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If an active warrant is issued against you in Rockingham County, NC, it will only be a matter of time before you are arrested. In fact, it would be a grave error to assume that a decade old outstanding warrant will not lead to being taken into custody.

An active arrest warrant is essentially a detention instrument that is only issued by a judicial entity that exercises jurisdiction in criminal matters.The document is exclusively released at the behest of the local police when a complaint is filed in court in writing against the person in question.

The sheriff's department of Rockingham will serve as your one stop shop for all matters relating to arrest records and warrant searches. The law enforcement agency is based on

1088 NC 65, Wentworth, North Carolina 27375.You will need to pay a visit in person to get information on arrest warrants; however, if you need other details from the law and order agency, you can call them on 336-634-3232.

Similarly, the clerk of court's office that is responsible for the upkeep of the court dockets will also have all information pertaining to the release of arrest orders both in criminal and civil cases. To contact the county clerk's office wrote to PO Box 1187 New Bern, NC 28563 or call on 336-634-6000.

Finally, the office of the magistrate is the source of all warrants, so you may also want to connect with them on your quest for detention order details. The justice agency is located at

1086 NC Highway 65, Wentworth, 27320 and their contact number is 336-342-8700.

From the year 1999 to 2008, overall crime has increased by over 40% while violent crime has seen an increase of over 30% in Rockingham, NC. This has led to higher per year crime averages which are currently at almost 3000 incidents per annum.Every day nearly 8 criminal complaints are filed in the county and in most occurrences people are targeted when they are less than a mile from their home.

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