Douglas County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Nevada Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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You don’t always have to get in touch with the police for a Douglas County arrest warrant search. The county clerk’s office and the magistrate’s court also do a fantastic job when approached for information on active warrants from the area. In fact, it would help to understand here that judicial agencies store information on the issue of legal provisions issued in NV long before these orders reach the police for execution.

Also, information on arrest directives issued to capture offenders who have disobeyed an order from the civil tribunal is often only maintained with the agency that issued the order. For this reason, some bench warrants can be found in the database of the sheriff’s office while those that are released to bring in people who have failed to pay child support often don’t figure in their repository.

So, if your warrant search goes beyond the realms of only the criminal, it would help to connect with the office of the clerk of court. Apart from information on Douglas County arrest records and outstanding warrants, the deputies of this agency will also be able to tell you about any current or past civil matters that involved the subject.

The magistrate’s court cannot provide details on civil cases but the office can offer information on the issue of other legal orders like summons, subpoenas, etc. Of course, this does not mean that you ought to ignore the sheriff’s department when looking for details on the issue of arrest warrants. Law enforcement can offer a most wanted list, information on criminal trends, person specific warrant and arrests inquiries and much more. So, to go to any one or all of these agencies, use the information given below.

  • The police: 1625 8th St, Minden, Nevada 89423
  • The county clerk: 1616 8th Street, Minden, Nevada 89423
  • The court of the magistrate: 1625 8th St, Minden, NV 89423

From 2004 to 2008, there has been a significant improvement in the crime rates of Douglas County, Nevada. Through this period, the figures of overall crime plunged by almost 70% while violent crime showed a decrease of nearly 16%. Annually, almost 1100 crimes are reported in the area and 7% of these are violent incidents.