Elliott County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Kentucky Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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To get an arrest warrant search in Elliott County, KY, you can approach the magistrate’s court just as you would the office of the sheriff or the county clerk. In fact, since the court issues all directives for arrests along with other judicial orders, you can find information on a lot more than just outstanding warrants from this agency.

When a petition is received by the bench for the issue of an arrest warrant, the judge carefully studies all the information presented in the affidavit. This is done to ascertain that the proof available against the subject clearly defines his role in the criminal occurrence. Although guilt beyond doubt does not have to be proved at this stage, the police do have to show the court that they have significant proof to assume that the crime was committed by the accused.

As long as the information provided in the writ is enough to prove this to any layperson, an Elliott County arrest warrant will be issued. This is then sent to the local law enforcement agency for serving. When an active warrant is executed police send the order back to the judiciary. This is seen as an attempt on the part of law enforcement to relay details about arrests that have been made under Elliott County outstanding warrants to the judiciary.

While the office of the magistrate can certainly handle all inquiries pertaining to arrest records and active warrants, there are also other agencies, as discussed, which involve themselves in the issue of these detention decrees. So, they too can be contacted for any inquiry on warrants. The addresses of all these government departments have been listed below:

  • The sheriff’s: PO Box 729, Sandy Hook, Kentucky 41171
  • The magistrate’s: 100 Court St, Sandy Hook, KY 41171
  • The county clerk’s: As above

Crime statistics for Elliott County, Kentucky are only available for one year. In 2008, approximately 500 criminal matters were reported to the police. When compared to other geographical divisions of its size and population, this figure is undoubtedly quite high.