Vigo County, IN Arrest Warrant Search

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Looking for Vigo County IN, arrest records? Interested in a warrant search? If you answered those questions with a "yes", it is time to educate yourself on arrest records and their powers. A document that authorizes the police to legally detain a person even after the investigative process has been completed is called an arrest warrant.

The order is judicial in nature and only a federal or state level criminal court can issue it. The warrant is only issued when the police make a formal request to the magistrate with a sworn statement that outlines case related information.

This is carefully studied before the judge signs the arrest order. However, once an active arrest warrant comes into existence, the person in question cannot escape an arrest. While sometimes the order is not executed immediately, it never loses its powers.

This means that an arrest order stored in the police database as an outstanding warrant also authorizes law enforcement official to take the person, against whom it has been issued, into custody.

Because the Sherriff's Department has access to information on all active and outstanding warrants issued in Vigo County, Indiana, get in touch with them for a warrant search. Initiate contact by calling the records clerk on 812-462-3226 and subsequently visiting their office located at 201 Cherry St, Terre Haute, Indiana 47807. You can also access national arrest records database by filling the form above.

Although there has only been a single digit increase in the rate of crime in Vigo, IN, even today, almost 12 incident reports are filed ever 24 hours and nearly 4300 crimes occur each year. From 1999 to 2008, approximately 43,000 criminal cases were lodged in the county.

What does ring alarm bells is the fact that most criminal occurrences are placed in a one mile radius of the victim's home or office. This means that most cases take place when the victim is closest to a place/ area that he knows well. Although most of the cases registered were matters of robbery and theft with nearly 33,000 incidents, almost 20 homicides and 200 sexual assault cases were also reported.

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