Fulton County, Indiana Arrest Records and Warrants

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Fulton County, Indiana arrest warrants can only be released after the sitting magistrate of a criminal tribunal has been convinced of the culpability of the person being accused. This cannot be done on mere verbal information from the investigating officers. In fact, the court services wing of the sheriff's office has to file a formal affidavit to request an active warrant.

Once the document is filed in court, this opens the way for a pre-warrant hearing. Such a session is very different from the trial proper; there is no jury present during such hearings. It is up to the magistrate to decide if there is probable cause in the matter to accuse the person in question.It is imperative to understand here that the judge is not acting on the behalf of the police.

In fact, the judiciary is chosen as an impartial mediatory to decide whether the charges brought against the individual by the sheriff's department are justified. If probable cause is found to exist in the matter, a warrant is released almost immediately.The judiciary maintains a copy of the arrest order along with affidavit filed by the law enforcement agency.

The originals of both documents are handed over to members of the sheriff's team who are present during the trial. From here, this order is taken to the police headquarters and it is stored in their crime database indefinitely, first as an active order and then as a Fulton County outstanding warrant.

The office of the county clerk is roped in for the purpose of maintaining records of arrest warrants. This department prepares the court dockets and makes relevant information available to the judiciary when required. So, in order to get a warrant search done, you can go to:

  • Judiciary: 125 E 9th St, Rochester, IN 46975
  • Law enforcement: 815 Madison St, Rochester, Indiana 46975
  • Clerk of court: 125 East Ninth Street, Rochester, Indiana 4697

Cases of murder rank the highest when the crime rates of Fulton County are compared with the nationwide and the state wide risk indexes. Instances of murder clock a risk level of 22 when the state average is at 92 and the national rating is at 100. Overall, the crime average for the area stands at 11 which is lower than the national and state risk rates of 100 and 75 respectively.

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