Dyer County, TN Warrants and Arrest Records

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While a past conviction need not impinge on an individual's right to lead a normal life in the community, many people believe that the society at large has the right to know when ex convicts or even criminals are moving in their midst. In fact, the law of the land also seems to concur with this argument and to this effect, both the judiciary and police from Dyer County are obligated to provide information on arrest warrants.

The data offered will vary from one agency to another; for instance, when you approach the sheriff's office with a request for a warrant search in Dyer, TN, you will be offered arrest records of every criminal incident that the subject was involved in including instances when the individual was arrested without a warrantas well as details on all active warrants against him/her.

Similarly, when you get in touch with the office of the magistrate, you will be able to gather details on all outstanding warrants plus you may even be able to get details on the petition filed with the tribunal by the police for the issuance of the arrest order. This writ will contain precise information on the proof against the person and what led the police to incriminate the subject.

Finally, the county clerk's office has the court dockets on all civil and criminal matters, so you will also be able to find out about any property or civil litigations that the subject may be embroiled in through this source.The contact details of these agencies are:

  • The police: 401 E Cedar St, Dyersburg, Tennessee 38024. The department can be called on 731-285-2802 or you can fax them at 731-286-7828
  • The county clerk:Write to this agency at PO Box 1360, Dyersburg, Tennessee 38024 or get in touch at 731-286-7800
  • The magistrate: Call on them at 101 W Court St, Dyersburg, TN 38024

Roughly 1800 criminal complaints are filed with the police in Dyer County, Tennesee every year. So, when calculated on a ten year basis, this puts the figure at almost 18,000 incidents. Of these over 1700 were instances of violent crime and the 10% trend continued throughout the decade with 90% of the annual crime figure attributed to instances of theft and property damage.

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