Monroe County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

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The simplest way to look for information on crime history is to go in for a Monroe County arrest warrant search. Only representatives of justice departments and certain authorized employers are offered information on active warrants and arrest records through government agencies in MS. However, you can initiate a personal crime history inquiry through state sources or you could take your business to third party information sellers.

If you fill the form on top of this page, you can access a private database of arrest warrants related data. In fact, for a lot of people this is the preferred option because they can look for Monroe County arrest records and outstanding warrants without laying a foot outside their home. Another advantage is that you will get access to information on warrants and arrests from all 50 states.

A final benefit to consider is the small onetime fee charged by the site to offer membership for a specific period. What this means is that you can conduct as many searches as required through this period without paying a penny over the fee. Of course, things are not green all the way.

If you need the background report for an official purpose, you will have to seek this data through a government channel. For this, you can either go to the judiciary or the office of the sheriff. The office of the county clerk which is also a part of the state's judicial makeup is in charge of keeping the court dockets hence this agency will also be able to provide information on civil cases. To get crime history information from a state department, you can go to:

  • Law enforcement: N Meridian St, Aberdeen, Mississippi 39730
  • Judiciary: 1619 Highland Dr, Amory, MS 38821
  • County clerk: 201 West Commence, Aberdeen, Mississippi 39730

In the eight years from 2001 onwards, a few over 600 crimes occurred in Monroe County, MS and only about 30 of these were violent criminal incidents. These figures were a result of the drop of almost 55% seen in reported crime and a reduction of nearly 15% observed in the figures of violent crime.


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