Stewart County Warrants and Arrest Records Search
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When you ask about the prospects of getting a Stewart County arrest warrant search done, you are bound to get at least a few answers that will direct you to the local police station. These explanations are absolutely correct because law enforcement does have information on all active warrants issued by the tribunals in the area as well as any arrests made.
Also, when you walk into the office of the sheriff, you will be able to find the list of the county's most wanted. This will help to keep an eye out for the more dangerous criminals operating in your area. The police follow the same procedure as the judiciary when it comes to disseminating data related to Stewart County arrest records and outstanding warrants.
The applicant has to either show up at the agency office in person or approach the cops through mail. The inquiry form has to contain information about the subject as well as the applicant including contact details of the latter. A small fee is charged for these inquiries and the information is offered immediately if you are at the agency office in person or in a few days through mail.
The offices of the magistrate and the county clerk can also provide information pertaining to civil matters. Particularly, the clerk of court's office will be able to help you with details on any corporate, insurance, probate as well as family litigations initiated by or against the subject. To contact these agencies, go to:
- The sheriff's: 117 Donelson Parkway, PO Box 69, Dover, Tennessee 37058
- The magistrate's: 225 Donelson Pkwy, Dover, TN 37058
- The county clerk's: Given above
A bit over 160 criminal complaints are filed in Stewart County, Tennessee every year. While nearly 30 of these cases are made against violent crimes, thefts, burglary and carjacking account for almost 130 complaints per annum. Since 2001, there has been a growth of 90% in reported criminal activity and the figures of violent crime have doubled.