Hickory County arrest warrant searches are offered to all and sundry as long as they can produce a photo ID along with their inquiry request. However, it is crucial to understand here that complete crime history reports are only provided to agencies that are statutorily authorized to access crime history data.
Other applicants will have to contend with limited criminal history, which will only include details on cases still being tried and matters that have ended in a guilty verdict. Unfortunately, at least through state departments, you may not get information on Hickory County arrest records from cases that have been dismissed, or that culminated in an acquittal.
Also, you will be hard-pressed to find details on active warrants issued outside the state. A simple solution to this quandary is to approach a private agency. These establishments typically keep information on arrests and outstanding warrants from all over the nation. The data held by these services is collected from state sources, so it is irrefutable.
To connect with one such private entity, you can fill the form seen on top of this page. People, who are more comfortable availing the services of a state agency, can visit any of the departments listed below or write to them at:
- The sheriff: PO Box 420, Hermitage, Missouri 65668
- The magistrate: Post Office Box 101, Hermitage, MO 65668
- The clerk of court: Courthouse, Hermitage, Missouri 65668
Can you access the Hickory County warrant list and arrest records over the phone? (Current in 2021)
- For active warrants information, call 417-745-6415.
- For victim’s assistance and advocacy, call 417-745-6413.
- For criminal case court dates, criminal judicial records, and information on outstanding warrants, call 417-745-6421.
Crime statistics of Hickory County
The Hickory Sheriff’s Department received 82 criminal complaints in 2019, compared to 92 instances in 2018. The annual crime total of 2019 was almost entirely attributed to property crimes, with just a single case received against assault through the 12-month period. The property offenses handled included
- 43 larceny thefts
- 29 burglaries
- 9 motor vehicle thefts
Older crime statistics
Despite the decrease of over 30% in the rates of violent crime and the small drop of 5% in occurrences of overall crime, about 10 criminal complaints are filed in Caldwell County, Missouri, each year. Violent crimes only account for 2% of the annual crime total. In contrast, thefts alone bring in more than 55% of the criminal complaints made per annum.