Hamilton County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Nebraska Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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An arrest warrant search in Hamilton County, NE, can be done either through the police or the judiciary. Of course, private agencies do a fabulous job of furnishing information on active warrants and arrest records, and all things related to criminal occurrences from the area.

However, there is a difference in how state agencies work vis à vis third-party information providers and the amount and type of information that these entities can offer. The one thing that stays common across the board is that you will have to pay for any inquiry conducted about Hamilton county arrest warrants, whether you go through a government agency or a private one.

Three government offices will accept investigation requests about outstanding warrants from Hamilton County. These agencies will offer limited or complete crime history profiles of the subject, including details on arrests made, depending on the nature of the inquiry and the applicant’s right to request such information. These state entities have been listed below.

  • Law enforcement agency: 715 12th St, Aurora, Nebraska 68818
  • The county magistrate: 1111 13th St, Aurora, NE 68818
  • The clerk of court: 1111 13th Street, Suite 1, Aurora, Nebraska 68818

As far as third-party firms are concerned, these charge a fee for the information offered. They will typically provide details on arrest records and active warrants from Hamilton County and the rest of the nation. In contrast, state agencies only support local warrant-related inquiries. Also, private firms work online, while state offices will have to be visited in person or contacted through mail for the warrant search. To get in touch with a third-party information seller, you can use the form above.

Hamilton County, Nebraska, has an annual crime rate of approximately 100 incidents, of which about 40% are of a violent nature. If this was not high enough, there has been a near doubling in violent incident rates over the last couple of years.

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