Washington County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Kentucky Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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Launching an arrest warrant search in Washington County, KY is no harder than initiating such an inquiry in any other part of the state. At the moment, none of the justice agencies which are involved in the dissemination of criminal history data are willing to part with this information through online means.

So, driving down to the agency office of your choosing is your only real option if you need a background report for official purposes. However, if the intent of your inquiry is to find information for personal use, you can just as well rely on private entities that sell crime history datafor a fee. These can provide details on arrest records and active warrants from Washington County and elsewhere.

This site can direct you to one such third party database. To access it, you will have to fill the form given above. A small fee will be charged for services rendered and while your membership is valid you can find as many arrest warrants as you need from any part of the country.

To launch a similar search for information on arrests and Washington County outstanding warrantsthrough a state office, be prepared to go to the following agencies with a photo ID in hand and information about the subject such as a name and date of birth, etc

  • The sheriff’s department: PO Box 127, Springfield, Kentucky 40069
  • The magistrate’s court: 111 Main Cross St, Springfield, KY 40069
  • The county clerk’s office: Main Street, Springfield, Kentucky 40069

Approximately 120 criminal incidents are reported in Washington County, Kentucky annually. Of the police reports filed, nearly 8% are against violent criminal acts while the remaining 92% are linked to property crimes including thefts and burglaries. Between 2006 and 2008, there was an increase of 20% and 15% in the rates of overall and violent crimes respectively.