Caswell County, North Carolina Arrest Records and Warrants

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There are precious few online sources of information on arrest warrants from Caswell County, North Carolina. In fact, you will find that most internet based information vendors are private parties that buy this data from state law enforcement. You can find a reliable source of details on all outstanding warrants by filling the form above.

While you will get access to background information and arrest records from all over the country by accessing the third party maintained repository, it is imperative to understand that this data will not be certified. So, if you need a notarized copy of background information, you will have to go through a state agency. The three government departments that can be approached for a warrant search in Caswell County, North Carolina are:

  • The police: 314 North Ave, Yanceyville, North Carolina 27379; tel no :336-694-9311
  • The magistrate: 139 E Church St, Yanceyville, NC 27379; tel no: 336-694-4193
  • The clerk of court: PO Box 790, Yanceville, North Carolina 27379; tel no: 336-694-4171

The sheriff's office will be able to primarily offer criminal history data as they are responsible for the execution of all arrest warrants from Caswell, North Carolina. Also, the police are an accurate source of information on crime data like the most wanted list, incident rates and annual criminal statistics.

In contrast, if you are looking for details on active warrants issued in a specific criminal case, the office of the magistrate will certainly be able to help. Also, the county clerk's department which holds on to the court dockets for all criminal and civil cases will be able to provide details on certain cases as well as information on non-criminal litigations.

Caswell County, NC is in the middle of the crime range when compared to the other geographical divisions of the state. With an annual crime average of about 450 incidents, less than two crimes are reported in the area per day. Despite the low crime figures, there has been a growth of almost 15% in the crime rates of the county from 2003 to 2007.

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