While you will not get information on all legal processes issued in the name of a subject through your arrest warrant search in Garrard County, KY, law enforcement agents get access to the central database of crime history. All officers will run the name of a person through this repository when making arrests as well as when an individual has been stopped for a minor infraction.
As a civilian requesting information on criminal matters, you will be told about the outstanding warrants from Garrard County in the name of the subject. Apart from this, you will also be given access to arrest records, information on charges brought against this person, court disposition of the case and sentencing.
To request data on arrest warrants, you will have to run to the local police station or a judicial office. All the agencies involved in the dissemination of details pertaining to warrants and arrests will charge a fee for this information. While some will only ask you to pay for printing, other will extract the cost of maintaining the database and the staff from your pockets as well.
For instance, the police and the magistrate’s court will charge a fee on a per search basis and this amount will be payable even when no records are found. On the other hand, the county clerk’s office will allow you to look for active warrants and Garrard County arrest records in the name of a person through their court dockets database but charges will apply only if you need printed copies of the results. To connect with these departments, go to:
- The office of the sheriff: #15 Public Square Suite 4, Lancaster, Kentucky 40444
- The court of the magistrate: 15 Public Square, Suite 3, Lancaster, KY 40444
- The department of the county clerk: 15 Public Square, Suite 5, , Kentucky
The crime rates of Garrard County, Kentucky have followed an upward trajectory in the last few years. Violent crime dropped by nearly 100% but this was offset by the increase of almost 35% in reported crimes. The annual crime average of the area through this period has been about 170 incidents.