Claiborne County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Mississippi Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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Are you the victim of a crime in Claiborne County, MS? Each year, there are over 100 crimes reported in the county. The impetus for doing an arrest warrant search or arrest records search in Claiborne County may be related to your status as a crime victim. With almost a thousand reported crimes from 2001 through 2008, there will always be individuals at large who have active warrants in their name.


In the state of Mississippi, the courts of general jurisdiction are the circuit courts. The offices which manage all of the paperwork and records for the circuit courts are the circuit clerks of court. A clerk of court oversees the maintenance of things such as court dockets, court records, and other related data. In Claiborne County, the Circuit Clerk is located at P. O. Box 549, Port Gibson, MS., 39150. Claiborne County is in the Twenty-Second Mississippi Circuit Court District.


The greatest resource for information on arrest warrants in Claiborne County is likely to be the county sheriff’s office. However, in 2012, the Claiborne County Sheriff’s Office debuted a new website. On the site,, a great deal of helpful information is posted for use by the people of Claiborne County. The site reports on what they are working on and other matters of interest. A list of area sex offenders is a part of the webpage. As with many county agencies that create an online presence, it is obvious the Claiborne County sheriff hopes to get information from the public that will assist them in making arrests.


Other items linked with or contained within the site include:


    • Press releases


    • Sheriff’s messages


    • Descriptions of the different divisions within the sheriff’s office


    • A process for reporting information on crimes


Sheriffs have historically been responsible for bringing in the “Most Wanted” criminals. To promote the apprehension of criminals, the Claiborne County sheriff includes a list of the most wanted individuals on its website, along with pictures and descriptions of those people. As with many law enforcement agencies, the public’s use of information is key in apprehending the most wanted individual. It can also help the sheriff find and make arrests of individuals with outstanding warrants. Before accessing the information on the warrants page, however, users must read and accept a disclaimer about the accuracy and use of the information provided. Users then may search by name and date. However, nothing seems listed, but perhaps that will be updated in the near future.


The Claiborne County sheriff’s website also has a link for warrants. To get to the warrants page, from the site’s main page, under “Services,” click “Warrants.” There is nothing listed here, but this may be addressed in the future so that information on active warrants in Claiborne County may be more readily available. Until then, warrant searches and arrest records inquiries should be made by telephone or through the sheriff’s email system.

Is there any way to get information about Claiborne County active warrants and arrests over the phone? (2021-Update)   

  • When you want to get a warrants search done, contact the Justice Clerk-601-437-4478.
  • When you want to know about recent arrests, call the Claiborne County Sheriff’s Office at 601-437-5161.
  • When you need to get in touch with Victim/Witness Services, call the Victim’s Advocate-601-437-3322.
  • When you want to know about accessing criminal court records, contact the Clerk of Circuit Court-601-437-5841.

Crime statistics of Claiborne County

The Claiborne Sheriff’s Office got 75 criminal complaints in 2019. These comprised 50 property-related offenses and 25 violent offenses.

About 13 larceny thefts, 27 burglaries, and 10 motor vehicle thefts were included in the property offenses category. Around 16 aggravated assaults were included in the violent crimes category.