Weld County, CO Arrest Warrant Search

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Every year, the Sherriff's Department is confronted by nearly 7000 criminal reports in Weld County Colorado. Of these, almost 10% cases call for felony charges in which case an arrest warrant has to be procured unless an individual is taken into custody at the scene of the crime immediately after the incident has occurred.

To get an arrest warrant, the Sheriff's Department has to approach a federal or county criminal court. The police make their request for an arrest order with a writ presented to the court that mentions all case related information available at that point.

This has to be adequate for the filing of a criminal instrument once the person in question is arrested, only then will an arrest warrant be handed over to the law enforcement agency. However, once a signed document, known as an active arrest warrant, is released, an arrest can be made entirely at the discretion of the police force.

Just because a crime was committed a while ago, it does not diminish the chances of an arrest as all orders for detention are stored in a national database. An active order thus filed is known as an outstanding arrest warrant.

To get pertinent information on active and outstanding arrest warrants issued by the criminal court of Weld County, the most suitable option is to contact the Sherriff's Department. Their office is located at 1950 O Street, Greeley, Colorado 80631. Another alternative is to call them on 970-356-4015 or check the warrant and arrest records on http://www.weldsheriff.com/WarrantsFugitivesMissingPersons/Warrants/MissingPersons.html

A final option is to use the online form above for a quick and efficient warrant search through a third party nationwide crime database.

What justifies a crime check in the county is the constantly burgeoning rate of criminal activity in Weld, Colorado. While only about 250 reports of violent crime were filed in the area in 1999, the figure rose sharply by over 60% by 2008 to reach almost 400.

The average annual crime rate is about 7000; violent criminal reports form nearly 10% of that figure with incidents of theft and robbery the most common. On the other hand, homicide and assault of sexual nature are considerably far and few in between with just 50 and 650 reports filed.

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