Polk County, Missouri Arrest Records and Warrants

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A Polk County, Missouri warrant search can be initiated through the office of the sheriff. The police make the request that eventually leads to the issue of the judicial order against an offender. This does involve a decent amount of work on the part of the court services division. Yet, the police are happy to put in the extra effort because a warrant grants them special powers.

For instance, with an active warrant from Polk County with them, officers can enter any property whether private or owned by the accused to detain the person in question. Also, the offender can be picked up from a public area without any attention paid to the time of such arrests. In other words, the detention can occur at day or even at night and at any time after the warrant has been issued.

Polk County outstanding warrants are not just limited to the geographical jurisdiction of the tribunal that released them. So, such an order for arrest can be served by a police officer in any part of the country. Because information pertaining to local arrest records and warrants is included in the FBI's central crime database, all law enforcement agents get access to arrest warrants data.

Unfortunately, civilians are not afforded access to this repository, so when in need of getting a warrant search done in Polk County, you will have to rely on local government sources such as:

  • The sheriff's department: 113 E Jefferson, Bolivar, Missouri 65613
  • The magistrate's court: 102 E Broadway St, Bolivar, MO 65613
  • The county clerk's office: 102 East Broadway Room 8, Bolivar, Missouri 65613

Of the nearly 700 criminal incidents that occur in Polk County, MO annually only about 63 are instances of violent crime while the majority of the figure is made of complaints against property crimes. In the nine year interval from 2001 through 2009, overall criminal incidents burgeoned by 40% while violent crime showed a slower growth rate at 20%.

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