Vance County, NC Arrest Records and Warrants

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Conducting a warrant search in Vance County should no longer be considered a futile task as the growing instances of crime have made it important for everybody to know about the crime situation around them. In fact, the ease with which you can collect information on active arrest warrants from Vance should give you added impetus to initiate such an inquiry.

Because the police file the affidavit for a formal arrest order while the court issues active arrest warrants along with all other legal instruments used in the investigative process like bench warrants, subpoenas and search orders, both the judiciary and law enforcement maintains exhaustive records pertaining to almost every case.

So, when in need of crime history data or just some details on outstanding warrants in a case, simply get in touch with the sheriff's department of the Vance County which works out of 156 Church Street Suite 004, Henderson, North Carolina 27536. While in the area, you can also visit the office of the county clerk. So, if you need to find a history of both civil and criminal cases against an individual, this will certainly be a convenient option.

Another judicial department that maintains records pertaining to the issue of arrest warrants in Vance County is the magistrate's court. A representative of the office can be contacted by driving down to 156 Church St, Henderson, NC 27536.Alternatively, you can file a formal request to look through the court dockets by calling on 919-890-1000; however, for the actual information, you will need to visit the agency in person.

Despite being one of the areas with the highest crime rates in the state of North Carolina with nearly 2500 annual incidents, Vance County has seen a gradual increase in the number of illicit activity. The growth has been of nearly 50% spread over a ten year period from 1999 to 2001.

At the time of writing this article, almost 7% of the yearly criminal figures were attributed to instances of violent crime while property damage and theft related complaints ranged around 2300 cases.

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