Denver County, CO Arrest Warrants Search

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A background and arrest record search is imperative when forging personal or professional ties with an individual in an urban area like Denver. However, before starting a warrant search, it would certainly be prudent to equip yourself with some information about how these arrest records work.

A freshly issued order for arrest from a criminal court in Denver County, Colorado is known as an active warrant which is issued in the name of a single individual who is to be taken into custody and presented before the judiciary.

An active warrant that cannot be served for any reason is kept back in the system as an outstanding warrant. So, in essence, an order for arrest never expires. Also, the Sherriff's Department does not have to procure a new warrant for detention after a while. This means that an individual will be taken into custody even on the basis of a warrant which was issued several years ago.

To gather information on arrest records in the County of Denver, contact the Sherriff's Office. Their contact information is as follows:

  • Address: 1437 Bannock St, Room 508, Denver, Colorado 80202
  • Telephone Number: 720-865-9567

It is very rare for law enforcement officials to allow a warrants search over the phone. So, while you can speak to the records clerk, in all likelihood, you will need to visit the office in person during business hours. Do not forget to take a proof of identification along with the first and last name of the individual about whom you seek the information.

Denver with its multitude of urban pockets is a high crime county with an annual rate of almost 30,000 incidents. Over the ten year period ending in 2008, an estimated, 3030,000 criminal incidents were reported. Of these, theft related incidents took particular prominence with nearly 200,000 occurrences while felonies like rape and homicide were ranked lower with approximately 3000 and 550 incidents.

The deterioration in the crime rate in Denver County has not been too alarming at just below 15% for violent crimes. However, if this steady growth is not nipped, there is a very good possibility that the number of criminal incidents per year may swell in the near future. On an average, over four crimes take place in the county every hour and in most of these reported cases, the victim is rarely more than a mile away from his home or office.

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