Unlike in some other areas of the NE, it is possible to launch an arrest warrant search in Scotts Bluff County online. No, you will not have to enlist the help of a private agency for the job, the office of the sheriff is the state agency that is offering details on all outstanding warrants through their website.
All you need to do is visit their online portal at http://www.scottsbluffcounty.org/sheriff/sheriff-warrants.html. The page used to have all active warrants from Scotts Bluff County listed in the alphabetical order of the names of perpetrators. Clicking on an alphabet used to bring up information on all arrest warrants against people who had last names that start with the letter you have chosen. We couldn’t find that list available anymore on their website. But you can try and call them at 308 436-6667 Ext 5791 to try and get more information.
The results offered in a tabular form will include such information as the full name of the accused, the case number, the date of birth and the charges being sought against him/her. The repository contains information on arrest warrants from 1965 onwards. However, notice how there is no mention of arrest records in the name of the suspects named in the list.
This is where launching a formal inquiry through the sheriff’s department or the judiciary can come to your aid. A regular arrest warrant search in Scotts Bluff County can be used to get a complete criminal profile of the subject including details on case dispositions and incarceration. To launch the investigation on arrests and warrants, you can get in touch with:
- The sheriff’s: County Administration Building, 1825 10th Street, Gering, Nebraska 69341
- The magistrate’s: 1725 10th St, Gering, NE 69341
- The county clerk’s: 1825 10th Street, Gering, Nebraska 69341
Scotts Bluff County, Nebraskawitnesses the occurrence of almost 2000 criminal cases per annum of which about 5% are of a violent nature. This puts the monthly crime average at over 150 incidents or 5 cases per day. In the last few years, a growth of almost 50% was registered in the figures of violent crime.