Arlington County, Virginia Arrest Records and Warrants

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An active arrest warrant from Arlington County, VA is just one among scores of legal tools that can be used in the investigative process as well as to call in an individual who is a witness in a criminal matter or who has been accused of playing a part in such a case. Information on all arrest records from the area along with all arrest warrants issued by the local criminal court are held by at least 3 government agencies.

For a warrant search, you can approach either of these judicial or law enforcement divisions. Under the Freedom of Information Act of Arlington, VA, these agencies are legally obligated to offer this information to applicants who place a formal request for it. When asking for this data, remember that you will have to show up in person at the agency office to collect this information. Start your hunt for information on outstanding warrants at:

The sheriff's department: Because the deputies of the sheriff's department not only execute the arrest orders but also process the accused, this agency has all data pertaining to the issue of arrest warrants and how and when these were served. The sheriff's office can be contacted at 1425 N Courthouse Rd, Rm 9100, Arlington, Virginia 22201 or reached at 703-228-4460

The office of the magistrate:Since all arrest orders including bench warrants and detention decrees issued in criminal matters come out of the magistrates' court, you will find all information pertaining to such legal instruments with this office. To connect with them, go to same address as above or call on 703-228-7010

The office of the county clerk: The clerk is responsible for the maintenance of the court dockets which are nothing but records of trial proceedings. This is done for both criminal as well as civil matters, so you will get details about almost all cases that went through the judicial system of the area through this source. Get in touch with them at 1400 N. Courthouse Rd, Room. 204, Arlington, Virginia 22201.

In the County of Arlington, VA, violent crime rates have declined over the ten year period from 1999 to 2008 by almost 30% while the slight increase in the overall crime figures can only be termed dismal. Over this interval, an estimated 4800 criminal complaints were filed with the local police of which, more than 93% of the incidents were related to property crimes.

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