Lauderdale County, Tennessee Warrants and Arrest Records

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In Lauderdale County, TN, you will find information pertaining to arrest warrants from multiple sources. Several government agencies allow people to conduct a warrant search but they expect the applicants to submit their inquiry requests in person. This can be done at the agency offices mentioned below.

  • The sheriff's department: 675 Hwy 51 S, Ripley, Tennessee 38063
  • The court of the magistrate: 100 court square, Ripley, TN 38063
  • The office of the county clerk: Same as above

The office of the magistrate is often the first stop for many when they need details on active or outstanding warrants in Lauderdale County. Because the magistrate signs the judicial order making it an active warrant, this is the first government agency to store data relating to such decrees. Like the criminal tribunals, you can also approach the civil courts to find details pertaining to bench warrants and summons, etc.

The next in line are the police; because the sheriff's department is accountable for the execution of all arrest warrants from Lauderdale County and other legal instruments, they file the petition for these judicial provisions and save all information about them as soon as these orders have been granted. Also, the office of the sheriff keeps data on the most wanted criminals in the area, crime statistics and the likes.

The office of the county clerk prepares the court dockets, so they get their hands on the details about a case at about the same time as the tribunal. These Lauderdale court dockets are saved in a central database and they can be accessed through the public service terminals in the clerk of court's office.

Lauderdale County, Tennessee is known to have quite a high crime rate with almost 1000 illicit incidents occurring in the area each year. What is more worrisome is that almost 15% of these instances are of violent crime. Then, there is the spurt in crime averages which has got experts and residents worried; from 2001 to 2008, violent and overall crime grew by almost 80%.

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