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Going To State Agencies in Orange County For An Arrest Report And Warrant Search!

My visit to the Orange County Sheriff’s website, did not get me much besides the day’s arrest log. I was hoping for a warrant list and was even optimistic about finding information from the police blotter. But, this data is kept away from the public.

Similarly, you won’t find a warrant list online. However, I feel you can get details about arrest warrants if you approach the law enforcement agency in person. What supports my assumption is the fact that the Sheriff’s Office actively participates in a program for community watch.

In keeping with it, they do provide what can be called a small warrant list on their website through the most wanted page. This simply means that you cannot get a proper criminal check done through this agency, but you sure can find arrest records and even get a warrant search done if you connect with the agency personally. That said, there is another office that you can approach for criminal court records. Continue reading to know more…

How do I access the arrest log from the Sheriff’s Dept of Orange?

Let me first tell you about how you can launch your arrest inquiry online and then we will get to the choices available for accessing details on active warrants through the office of the sheriff.

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  1. Online arrest reports: Take a look at the page on http://www.ocsonc.com/daily-custody-reports. You will find on it a list of all individuals who are currently being held by the Orange County Sheriff’s Dept. Apart from the name of the detainee, you will also get details on the charges against him, bond amount and the court docket number.
  2. Accessing police reports: The law enforcement agency also allows you to access details on criminal matters that have recently occurred in your area. This service is available at http://www.ocsonc.com/crime-report. You may not get the name of the suspect/s by using this tool but you will get information on the criminal event.
  3. The most wanted list: The page at http://www.ocsonc.com/missing-wanted offers a combined missing and wanted persons list. When I wrote this article, there were no listings on the page but I would still ask you to take a look at it when compiling your warrants list. That said, you can also get limited information on outstanding warrants and arrest records from the FB page of the sheriff at https://www.facebook.com/ocsonc/.
  4. Getting information on the criminal occurrences of the day: This facility is only open for community watch members. You can fill a form on the website of the sheriff’s website at http://www.ocsonc.com/receive-daily-crime-reports and if you qualify for the information, you will receive it in your email inbox every day.

For more information, you can always approach the sheriff’s office personally at 106 East Margaret Lane, Hillsborough, NC 27278.

How can I get my hands on criminal court records in Orange, NC?

For a criminal check or a personal background search with a certified report, I highly recommend that you get in touch with the Orange County Clerk of Superior Court. They can be contacted by going to:

  • Their main office located at 106 E Margaret Lane, Hillsborough, NC 27278
  • The alternate office at 179 E Franklin St, Chapel Hill, NC 27514
  • The other alternate office at 104 E. King Street, Hillsborough, NC 27278

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