Broomfield County, CO Arrest Records and Warrants

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Finding out that you have an arrest warrant pending is a frightening thing; however, you must not ignore it.Arrest warrants should be taken very seriously and if you suspect you may have an active warrant for your arrest, you should contact an attorney.However, if you simply want to check to see if there is an arrest warrant in your name, there are several resources to search for warrants in Broomfield County.

Begin your warrant search with the Sheriff's Office.The Broomfield County Sheriff's Office has the responsibility of serving outstanding warrants issued by the courts in Broomfield County.Therefore, request a warrant search from the Sheriff's Office. You can also request copies of arrest records for warrants that have already been executed.You can contact the Sheriff's Office at 7 DesCombes Drive in Broomfield, CO 80020 (telephone: 303-438-6400) to request copies or for more information.

You should also include the courts that serve Broomfield County in your search for arrest warrants since most criminal cases begin with an arrest warrant.The Colorado Judicial Branch has partnered with a company to provide access to court information via the internet.However, this serviceis fee-based and you must register before you can use it.You can search for criminal cases and active warrants for free by visiting the Clerk's Office in person and requesting to search the public records.The office is located at 17 DesCombes Drive in Broomfield, CO 80020 (telephone: 720-887-2100).There may be a fee for copies of court records; however, you can search the records in person for no charge.

Broomfield County, CO crime data

During the years from 1999 to 2008, Broomfield County had approximately 11,700 crimes reported.The overall crime rate for Broomfield County increased during the period by seven percent.For the same period, violent crimes increased by eleven percent with almost 350 violent crimes reported.

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