La Plata County, CO Arrest Records and Warrants

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If you believe that you have an outstanding warrant, you should not ignore it. An arrest warrant is a serious matter and must be given your immediate attention. There are several ways you can do a warrant search in La Plata County to find active warrants in your name. To begin your warrant search, start with the La Plata County courts.

Because most criminal cases begin with an arrest warrant, it is smart to begin with, a search of the court records in La Plata County. The first step is to access the La Plata County Docket Search– an online service offered by the court. Through this website, you can search for open criminal cases. If you find an active court case, you should contact the Clerk of Court’s office to obtain more information and to get copies of the court documents from the file. The office is located at 1060 East 2nd Avenue in Durango, CO 81301 (telephone: 970-247-2304). Because active warrants are transferred to the Sheriff’s Office, your next step is to contact the Sheriff to check for outstanding warrants.

The next step in your warrant search is to contact the Sheriff’s Office. This office is responsible for serving arrest warrants issued by the courts within La Plata County. Therefore, it will have records of outstanding warrants that have not been served and arrest records for individuals that have already been apprehended. To request information on arrest warrants or arrest records, contact the records division of the La Plata County Sheriff’s Office at 742 Turner Drive, Durango, CO 81303 (telephone: 970-247-1157),

La Plata County, CO crime data

During the 10-year period from 1999 through 2008, La Plata’s crime rate rose by approximately twenty-five percent. Over this period, almost 12,500 crimes were reported in La Plata County, with about seven percent of those being considered violent. There were only six murders and 208 rapes reported during this time.

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