Boyle County, Kentucky Warrants and Arrest Records

Kentucky Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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You can find Boyle County, Kentucky arrest records with the police, the state judiciary and the office of the clerk of court, Because all these justice entities play a role in the issue of arrest warrants, it is obvious that they will all maintain information pertaining to such orders.

Also, the issue of an active warrant signals the entry of the state into a criminal matter, so this document holds the maximum weight when compared to other legal provisions. All outstanding warrants from Boyle County held in the state and national database will have the signature of the magistrate who granted the order to the police.

This is indicative of the fact that the judge was convinced by the proof presented in the petition filed by the local law enforcement agency. Only when this evidence is enough for a reasonable person to believe that the criminal act was indeed a handiwork of the accused can a warrant be issued.

The county clerk’s department also maintains its presence through all court sessions as they have to record the court dockets for all civil and criminal matters that enter the judicial system of the state. So, the clerk of court is sure to have information on the pre- warrant hearing, the active warrant issued to the police and the subsequent arrest records from Boyle County that go with the detention order.

If you are looking for information on active and outstanding warrants from Boyle, you can simply visit an agency office of your choosing from those listed below and fill in the warrant search request form.

  • The police: 321 W Main Crthse Rm 103, Danville, Kentucky 40422
  • The county clerk: 321 West Main Street, Room 123, Danville, Kentucky 40422
  • The court of the magistrate: 321 W Main St, Danville, KY 40422

Boyle County, KY is a relatively high crime area with over 600 incident reports filed every year. Also, the region has clocked in a growth of over 50% for violent crimes and over 30% for overall criminal acts. Fortunately, the rate of violent criminal incidents stands at lower than 10% of the annual crime total.