Alamosa County, Colorado Warrants and Arrest Records

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Only a tribunal which has the authority to hear criminal cases can issue Alamosa County, Colorado arrest warrants in such matters. In contrast, civil courts also have a host of judicial provisions at their disposal including summons, bench warrants and the likes.

While many of these legal provisions are orders to produce a person before the court, they vary significantly from each other in terms of the powers they give the arresting officers, their execution and for how long they remain valid. Unlike orders issued by civil tribunals, active warrants from criminal courts remain valid till they are executed.

This means that even a really old arrest order can be found in the police database under the heading of outstanding warrants. The sheriff's office will keep information pertaining to all arrest records from Alamosa County, Colorado, whether the person was taken into custody after procuring a warrant from the court or without it.

The tribunal that issued the order will also retain a copy of the original affidavit filed by the police for its release and the actual warrant. Also the office of the county clerk that holds on to the records of case proceedings in the form of court dockets will have details pertaining to warrant issues.

In essence, you can contact any one of these agencies for a warrant search in Alamosa County, CO by visiting their office in person. However, you will have to pay a small fee to access these records and get a printed copy of the background report. To reach these state departments, drive down to:

  • The office of the magistrate: 402 Edision Ave, Alamosa, CO 81101
  • The office of the county clerk:4th and Edison streets, Alamosa, Colorado 81101
  • The office of the sheriff: 1315 17th St Ste 2, Alamosa, Colorado 81101

While 2004 and 2005 were the worst years in terms of crime for Alamosa County, Colorado, even now, almost 500 cases are filed per annum by the local police. Also, there has been an increase of over 20% in the averages of violent and reported crime in the area.


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