Jasper County, Indiana Arrest Records and Warrants

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If you are keen on conducting a warrant search in Jasper County, Indiana for personal or professional purposes, you will find that such an inquiry entails showing up in person at the office of a state agency. In fact, you may have to visit more than one government office depending on the nature of the information you need and how you intend to use this data.

The sheriff’s office is often the only state agency that people consider when they need information on arrest warrants. However, you will find that the magistrate’s court as well as Jasper County clerk’s office also has a wealth of information pertaining to all matters criminal including active warrants.

If you are wondering how the information on arrest records finds its way into the hands of the judiciary, it might help to understand here that it is not the police who are in charge of warrant issues. They merely execute the active warrants issued by the local tribunals of Jasper County. It is the office of the magistrate that studies the case filed by the sheriff’s department and ultimately issues an arrest order.

The clerk of court’s department is also pulled into the process because the personnel of this judicial department are in charge of preparing the court dockets which are an account of trial proceedings in black and white. So, information on outstanding warrants from Jasper can be sought from any of these agencies. Their addresses are listed below.

  • Police department: 202 S Cullen St, Rensselaer, Indiana 47978
  • Magistrate’s representative: 115 West Washington Street, Renselaer, Indiana 47978
  • County clerk’s department: Given above

Jasper County, IN has a fairly low crime rate of just about 250 incidents recorded annually; of these only about 20 are violent in nature while the remaining complaints are lodged against property crimes. Although there was a slight improvement of around 10% in the average of reported crime, the nearly 100% increase in the number of violent crimes is enough to get law enforcement officials working hard.

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