Bollinger County Warrants and Arrest Records Search
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In Bollinger County, an arrest warrant search can not just be conducted to get information on criminal history. Although it is obvious that such an inquiry will get you details on arrest records and active warrants, it is also possible to find civil court records and a lot of additional information pertaining to crime and criminal matters in the area if you get in touch with the right agency.
While cops figure on the top of the list of agencies to approach for inquiries on arrest warrants, you should not leave the judiciary out either. The office of the magistrate as well as that of the county clerk not only entertain request pertaining to Bollinger County arrest records and outstanding warrants but also they can offer a wealth of supplemental information.
For instance, you can find details on bench warrants, summons, subpoenas, search orders as well as the regular active warrants from the court of the magistrate. This is understandable given the fact that the judge issues all these orders and then they land in the hands of the police for execution.
The office of the clerk of court is in charge of keeping case records. This data is held in the court dockets repository which is a common accumulation of case facts from the civil as well as criminal tribunals. So, applicants can find details on all things criminal as well as on non-crime related cases such as property, corporate and insurance, etc from the county clerk's department. To get in touch with the sheriff's office or one of the other agencies for information on arrests and warrants, go to:
- The sheriff's department: 202 High Street, Marble Hill, Missouri 63764
- The magistrate's court: 204 High St, Marble Hill, MO 63764
- The county clerk's office: PO Box 49, Marble Hill, Missouri 63764
Of the 800 plus crimes that transpired in Bollinger County, Missouri from 2003 to 2008, about 120 incidents were of a violent nature. These figures can be used to deduce the annual violent crime rate of about 25 incidents and the total number of crimes reported per annum which stands at around 120 cases. Through the five year interval mentioned above, there was a rise of 80% plus in the rates of violent crime while reported criminal activity increased by 70%.