Pike County, Kentucky Warrants and Arrest Records

Kentucky Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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Pike County arrest warrants are available for public scrutiny. However, you will find the area’s law enforcement agency less than willing to hand over information about freshly issued active warrants. This is done in a bid to ensure that the details offered by justice agencies to augment community safety are not misused by individuals who are on the county’s most-wanted list.

Also, Kentucky’s law only allows for the dissemination of criminal history information to organizations that offer health care and other services to disabled people, minors, and seniors. So, if you were to initiate a warrant search in Pike County, you will only be told about the issue of any detention orders in the name of your subject. In contrast, data about prior arrest records in this person’s name will be excluded from the report.

On the other hand, availing the services of an online information vendor of outstanding warrants is a far more convenient approach and one that will bring back accurate and in-depth results. To find active and outstanding warrants from Pike County, you will have to fill the form you see on this page.

In case you need the background report notarized or are looking for personal crime history data to furnish it to a potential employer, you will have to get in touch with one of the justice agencies that entertain such inquiries. The names and contact details of these state departments have been mentioned below.

  • Law enforcement: PO Box 839, Pikeville, Kentucky 41502
  • Judiciary: 320 Main St, Pikeville, KY 41501
  • County clerk: 146 Main Street, Pikeville, Kentucky 41501

Pike County, KY, has a significantly low crime rate than some of the other parts of the state, at just 500 recorded incidents per annum. Out of these cases, only about 22 instances were found to be of violent nature, while most occurrences were related to property crime. Between 2004 and 08, violent crime logged in a conspicuous increase of 45% plus while reported criminal acts trailed behind with a rise of less than 10%.