At present, state agencies do not offer an option to conduct a Tate County arrest warrant search online. However, this does not mean that you have to submit in person inquiries. Unless you are trying to procure a background report to furnish it for employment or immigration purposes, an online inquiry on MS active warrants, even when conducted to get the dirt on third parties, will be good enough.
As you may have guessed, agencies that provide the option to look for arrest records and warrants online are privately maintained. However, the data in their repositories comes from government sources, so it is reliable and accurate.
To access such a database, you can fill the form above. This will get you information on active warrants issued in all 50 states along with the arrests that occurred under the provisions of such orders, charges filed in these matters and if the trial led to conviction and a prison sentence. Of course, you can also seek crime history information from state departments. However, as stated above, you will have to drive down to their offices.
Some of the departments that you can approach for your inquiry on outstanding warrants are:
- The sheriff: 1 Justice Drive, Senatobia, Mississippi 38668
- The magistrate: 201 S Ward St, Senatobia, MS 38668
- The clerk of court: 201 Ward Street, Senatobia, Mississippi 38668
Of these three departments, the police will be able to offer a lot of associated crime details; for instance, the sheriff’s office puts up a list of the county’s most wanted on its website at
http://www.tatecountysheriff.com/wanted.php. Similarly, the judiciary can offer information on other legal orders issued against the subject including bench warrants and criminal summons. The office of the clerk of court which maintains the repository of court dockets, can also handle requests pertaining to civil cases.
Almost 400 criminal complaints are filed in Tate County, MI every year; however, only about 15 of these are violent cases. Between 2001 and 2008, there has been a growth of 45% in violent crime and a rise of nearly 60% in overall criminal activity.