Christian County arrest warrants are part of the public records held by state justice agencies. Yet, it would be hard for civilians to get a background report on a third party through any government agency. In fact, the information disseminated by the judiciary and local law enforcement in response to a warrant search can only be called limited at best.
However, the game changes for employers who fall in certain legally prescribed categories. For instance, individuals who are looking for information on outstanding warrants from Christian County on behalf of privately owned agencies that provide senior and child care are almost given free rein when it comes to accessing arrest records from the area.
In contrast, as an individual applicant, you will only be allowed to conduct a rudimentary search for active warrants. So, you will just be told if there is an arrest order out in the name of your subject. Of course, the police may be less forthcoming about active warrants which have been issued in recent cases lest the accused tries to gather this information in a bid to flee the town.
However, do not let this legal glitch dissuade you from getting a warrant search done, why not use the services of a private data vendor? Fill the form above and you will have access to a third party database of arrest records for Christian County as well as the rest of the country and all this for a nominal, onetime fee. If you must go through an official agency, the names of government departments that you can approach are given below.
- Law enforcement: 216 W 7th Street, Hopkinsville, Kentucky 42240
- Judiciary: 515 Weber St, Hopkinsville, KY 42240
- County clerk: 511 South Main Street, Hopkinsville, Kentucky 42240
Over the seven year period from 2002 to 2008, almost 15,000 criminal complaints were registered in Christian County, KY. The number of violent crimes was estimated at 1100 cases through this interval. When used to arrive at annual figures, we get a total crime average of just over 2100 cases per annum for reported crime and about 160 complaints for violent criminal acts.