Logan County, Kentucky Arrest Records and Warrants

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There are scores of ways in which you can access public records. This also holds for arrest warrants from Logan County, Kentucky. The judiciary, private agencies that keep information on publicly available government documents online, and local law enforcement can be approached to gather arrest records and warrant-related details.

While government agencies and third-party data vendors will offer information on all active warrant releases in Logan County, there are also a lot of additional details that are source-specific. Another thing to consider when looking for outstanding warrants against a subject is the ease with which you can access this information.

For instance, if you take the online route, the details you need will only be a few clicks and some dollars away. Make no mistake; you will also be charged for the data when you get it from a government department. The only difference is that you will, in all likelihood, have to go to the office of the agency in person to file a warrant search request.

Similarly, if you seek information exclusively on Kentucky arrest records, you can approach any of the state departments listed below. However, these agencies will not offer details on the criminal records and arrest warrants of other states. In contrast, when you conduct an online inquiry through a third-party site, you can get information on warrants from all across the country. The government sources of criminal history information are:

  • The police: PO Box 113, Russellville, Kentucky 42276
  • The county clerk: PO Box 358, Russelville, Kentucky 42276
  • The court of the magistrate: 200 E 4th St, Russellville, KY 42276

Of the nearly 400 criminal incidents that transpire in Logan County every year, almost 50 are violent criminal acts that put this crime category’s rate at just about 10%. These figures were reported despite a drop of over 100 in violent crime and almost 50% in the reported crime rate from 2004 through 2008.