Madison County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

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If you do not savor the idea of going to the sheriff’s office for an arrest warrant search in Madison County, NE, you could always launch a mini inquiry through the department’s website. Take a look at the page on The site houses a list of the county’s most wanted.

If you find your subject’s name in this collection of criminal data, you should immediately contact the police and keep away from the individual in question. The only issue here is that the most wanted list only contains details on Madison County outstanding warrants. So, you will not find information on arrest records and court verdicts et al. through this webpage.

In fact, the only way to access all information about new and old arrest warrants from Madison County is to go to one of the agencies listed below. For your efforts, you will be rewarded with complete crime history information, including data about Madison County active warrants and arrests.

Actually, going to the county clerk’s office can get you even more information as the agency is home to the court dockets database, an extensive accumulation of case details from all tribunals in the area. Similarly, the magistrate’s court can offer information on bench warrants and summons from the region. These agencies work out of:

  • The office of the sheriff: PO Box 209, Madison, Nebraska 68748
  • The court of the magistrate: 1313 S Main St, Madison, NE 68748
  • The department of the county clerk: PO Box 229, Madison, Nebraska 68748

Who should you contact if you need information about recent arrests and warrants in Madison County? (In the year 2021)           

  • To learn about outstanding warrants, dial 402-454-3311
  • To get arrest records, dial 402-454-2110
  • To request victim’s assistance, dial 402-454-3311 Ext. 206

Crime statistics of Madison County

In 2019, the Madison Sheriff’s Department dealt with 29 criminal complaints, as opposed to the 57 cases registered in 2018. These included 19 non-violent crimes and 10 violent crimes.

The non-violent crimes category included 14 larceny-thefts, 4 burglaries, and 1 motor vehicle thefts. Of the violent offenses, 7 were aggravated assaults, and 3 were rapes.

Older crime statistics

With an annual crime average of about 1100 incidents, Madison County, Nebraska, is in the middle of the state’s crime spectrum. Fortunately, only about 4% of all matters reported are of a violent nature. Yet, the scenario looks bleak for the area, which has shown a growth of almost 40% in violent criminal activity.

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