Dodge County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Nebraska Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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A very straightforward policy is followed for an arrest warrant search in Dodge County, NE. The cops and the judiciary will ask the applicants to visit their agency offices with information about the subject and a valid personal photo ID. This should be a government-issued document for it to be accepted. You will also be asked to cover a small fee which can be paid in cash, through a check, or by card.

At the least, you will be asked to provide the first and last name of the subject along with his date of birth and gender. Neither the police nor the judiciary will take responsibility for the results found through such an inquiry. This means that certain protocols are followed when storing Dodge County arrest records and information on local outstanding warrants.

Given these rules, information on some active warrants may not find its way into the law enforcement database; ditto for details on arrests. Also, state agencies can only provide records of arrests and active warrants from within Nebraska. This means that if a crime were committed outside the state, the local police would have no way of knowing about it.

In striking contrast, a third-party establishment will deliver results that include details on arrests and warrants from Dodge County as well as the rest of the country. Like state agencies, they also charge a fee for their services collected on a membership basis. To touch base with one such firm, fill the application above. For visiting a state department, approach:

  • The Police: 428 N Broad, Fremont, Nebraska 68025
  • The court: As above
  • The clerk of court: 435 North Park Avenue, Fremont, Nebraska 68025

Approximately 1000 criminal cases are lodged in Dodge County, Nebraska, but only about 3% of these, at 30 incidents, are against violent crimes. Over the ten-year period that ended in 2008, there was a rise of almost 25% in crimes across the board.

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