Webster County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

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For a Webster County, NE arrest warrant search, the local police department serves as a good starting point. Since it is the police who petition the court to issue an active warrant and eventually effect the detention of the accused, it is understandable why people who are interested in looking for arrest records would go to the law enforcement agency.

If you get in touch with the local police precinct for your inquiry on arrest warrants from Webster County, your request will be sent to the sheriff’s department which handles the law enforcement database of criminal history. So, it would make sense to directly go to this agency when you are looking for crime related information.

Of course, it is also possible to find out about Webster County outstanding warrants and arrests through the office of the clerk of court. This is a branch of the judiciary but not one that is actively involved in issuing arrest warrants or in trying the criminal after arrests. Yet, they have details on all criminal processes initiated in the area because they are the records keeping wing of the judiciary.

Any inquiry that pertains to the issue of a legal instrument, be it an active warrant from Webster County or a bench warrant, can also be taken to the office of the magistrate. This is the judicial authority that has been given the responsibility of releasing court orders for arrests and search. To connect with these agencies, you can use the contact details below:

  • The sheriff’s department: 641 N Cedar St, Red Cloud, Nebraska 68970
  • The magistrate’s court: 621 N Cedar St, Red Cloud, NE 68970
  • The county clerk’s office: PO Box 250, Red Cloud, Nebraska 68970

Of the 35 criminal incidents that get reported to the police every year in Webster County, Nebraska, only about 8% are instances of violent crime, while the remaining 92% of the complaints are made against property crimes. Despite its low annual rate, there was a growth of almost 100% in the rates of violent crime in recent years.

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