Crittenden County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Kentucky Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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Anybody who is interested in a Crittenden County arrest warrant search will find a reliable friend in the county clerk. The department of the clerk of court is known to maintain the most extensive repository of KY legal records known as the court dockets database. This is an accumulation of case facts from trials that were conducted in local tribunals.

The biggest advantage of enlisting the help of the county clerk’s office over that of the sheriff or the magistrate is that this is the only agency which will open up its crime history database for your use. Although you cannot access arrest records and information on Crittenden County outstanding warrants online, you can use the public terminals unsupervised to find the details you need.

While this is the preferred option for many to find data on arrests and active warrants, others choose to take the easy way out and ask a deputy to launch the search for them. The first option is free but you will have to pay for any assisted inquiries initiated for you. Another option available for self conducted searches is to access a private database of crime history. This can be done by filing the form above.

If you would rather look for details on Crittenden County arrest warrants through a government source, go to one of the offices given below. In person inquiries are handled immediately and you can expect to get an immediate response.

  • Law enforcement agency: 107 S Main St, Marion, Kentucky 42064
  • The county magistrate: S Main St, Marion, KY 42064
  • The clerk of court: As above

A few incidents shy of the 100 mark, the annual crime average of Crittenden County, Kentucky is better than that of many other geographical divisions in the state. However, the fair conditions may not persist if the police cannot control the spurt in overall criminal activity which grew by 30%.