Many people assume that only the unscrupulous elements of the society need worry about active arrest warrants issued against them in Prince William County. However, in reality, identity theft or even a simple investigative error can put an innocent person in a legal tangle where an arrest order is issued in his/her name.
In fact, many people who have outstanding warrants in their name are not aware of them. So, to play it safe, it would be prudent to go in for a warrant search now and then and also look for arrest records for Prince William County while you are at it. Remember that any attempt to find information on arrest warrants through a government agency when you have an active warrant in your name will undoubtedly lead to arrest.
In this case, there are two options. You can either avail the services of a third-party service provider that offers access to a privately held criminal database, or you can get somebody you know to conduct the warrant search on your behalf. To access a private repository of criminal records, fill the form above.
On the other hand, if you would rather get a friend or your attorney to look for this information on your behalf, you should start at 9311 Lee Avenue, Manassas, Virginia 20110. This is the office of the Prince William County sheriff’s department. To connect with them over the phone, you can call on 703-792-6070; however, they will not provide the information you need through this communication channel.
Two other government agencies that can also be approached for the same information are the county clerk’s office and the magistrate of Prince William County, VA. For both these offices, you will have to drive down to 9311 Lee Ave, Manassas, Virginia 22110.
On average, 15 crime complaints are filed in Prince William County, VA, every day. This puts the annual crime rate at almost 5400 incidents, of which nearly 340 are violent crimes. Of the criminal activity in the area, more than half the incidents occur when the victim is within a mile-long radius of his home or office.