Marion County, IN Arrest Warrant Search

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The issuance of an arrest warrant in Marion County, Colorado, is entirely at the criminal court’s discretion. While the Sheriff’s Department does play a role in the process by submitting the required case-related information, only the magistrate has the power to sign the document and put the active arrest warrant in effect.

First, the police have to prepare a written request that offers the court vital information about the crime and the individual against whom the warrant is being requested. After considering the matter and ensuring that the evidence available at that point is adequate for filing a criminal case, the judge signs and issues the warrant.

After the issue, the active warrant stays in effect till such time that it is executed. However, for some reason, if an arrest cannot be made, the order is kept back in the national crime database as an outstanding arrest warrant.

For information on arrest records and warrants in Marion County, the best approach would be to contact the local Sheriff’s Office located at 40 S. Alabama St, Indianapolis, IN 46204. Finally, a net-based warrant search is a third solution; fill in the form above to access third party warrants and arrest records database.

How do you get information about Marion County warrants and arrests over the phone? (Updated in 2021)

  • To find out about recent arrests, dial the phone number of the Marion County Sheriff’s Office- 317-327-1700.
  • To gain access to judicial records, call the office of the Court Clerk at 317-327-4740.
  • To contact Victim/Witness Services, call the Prosecutor’s Office at 317-327-3522

Crime statistics of Marion County

The property crime rate of Marion County is almost 5 times higher than both the state and the national average. With an annual average of over 94 cases/1000 residents, Marion County has one of the highest property crime rates in the state and the country.

Fortunately, the violent crime average isn’t half as bad with an annual rate of 5.8/1000 residents. Yet, it is higher than the state average of 3.7 and the national average of 4 incidents/1000.

Annually, about 232,000 crimes occur in Marion County, Colorado, of which nearly 10% are instances of violent crime, including murders and sexual assault. Despite a dismal improvement in the county’s crime rates of almost 5%, criminal incidents every two minutes in Marion remain a concern for the police force and the citizens.

The overall crime trend has seen an upswing with the violent crime figures that started at 2000 instances in 1999, barely showing any improvement even at the end of the decade. One of the more startling facts of the crime scene in the area is that most instances occur in a fixed radius of 1 km around the victim’s home or office.

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