Lander County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Nevada Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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For an arrest warrant search in Lander County, NV, you will at least need the full name of the subject along with additional personal identifiers like the date of birth, gender, contact information, etc. It should be understood that the more information you can put down on the table, the greater will be the accuracy of the results.

In the local crime history database as well as the repository of arrest records which is maintained at the state level, information on arrests and the issue of active warrants from Lander County and other areas of the state are stored in conjunction with the fingerprints taken at the time of detention or those collected from the crime scene.

If you do have ten print cards, you could get a 100% positive match results. On the other hand, if you are trying to investigate a person who has a fairly common name, you could end up with details on a lot of outstanding warrants from Lander County. Yet, there is a catch to this scenario, while name based inquiries on active warrants from Lander County can be conducted discreetly, you will have to get the subject involved if you need his fingerprints.

These inquiries can only be launched through the law enforcement agency in the area. If you want to find out about arrests and active warrants from Lander County through the judiciary, you will have to launch a personal identifier investigation. To contact these agencies, you can go to:

  • Law enforcement: PO Box 1625, Battle Mountain, Nevada 89820
  • Judiciary: As below
  • County clerk: 315 South Humboldt, Battle Mountain, Nevada 89820

Lander County is not one of the geographical divisions of the state which contributes to the annual crime average of Nevada in a big way. In fact, the local police only receive about 150 complaints each year of which about 30% are violent crimes. However, law enforcement has been unsuccessful in curbing the growth of over 30% seen in the crime rates of the area in recent years.