Gibson County, TN Arrest Records and Warrants

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Police response to a crime committed in Gibson County, TN follows a legally prescribed protocol whether they are investigating the incident or seeking an arrest warrants from a local tribunal. According to the criminal code of Tennessee State, an arrest without an active warrant can only be affected if the suspect is taken into custody from the scene of the crime or while he tries to abscond from the area.

For a Gibson County warrant, the police have to go to the local tribunal that hears criminal matters and file a writ which details the criminal act and the role played by this person in it. If the information about the alleged crime offered in the affidavit is enough for the judge to see probable cause, a warrant is promptly issued.

This process is only followed for detention decrees in criminal cases. If the incident is a civil matter, a court can issue a bench warrant without any say from the police in the procedure. However, when it comes to actually making the arrest under the provisions of any decree for arrest, it is the police who get the job done.

So when searching for arrest records and looking for information on outstanding warrants, you can approach either the judiciary or the office of local law enforcement. To reach these offices in Gibson County, TN, go to:

  • The sheriff's department: 401 N College, Trenton, Tennessee 38382
  • The magistrate's court: 295 N College St, Trenton, TN 38382

A warrant search can also be initiated through the records keeping division of the judicial system; this is known as the office of the county clerk and they work out of One Court Square, Trenton, Tennessee 38382. The county clerk and his/her team have the task of recording and storing the court dockets.

Gibson witnesses nearly 1500 instances of crime each year of which more than 13% are violent criminal acts like murder with 14 cases and sexual assault with almost 100 occurrences. Apart from thus, at least 7700 incidents of theft take place in the county each year along with over 3000 cases of robbery.

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