Knox County, TN Arrest Warrant Search

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An active arrest warrant in your name equates to just one thing- the imminent risk of being taken into custody. In fact, depending on the nature of the crime in question and the suspect’s background, a person can be arrested and even be deported to the issuing county. Many sources offer information on arrest records and outstanding warrants issued in Knox County, TN.

Law agencies: To start a warrant search, the first stop should be the local law enforcement agency. Because active warrants are only issued at the Sherriff’s Office’s behest, they maintain all records about these orders. When looking for a list of all outstanding warrants from Knox County, TN, show yourself to 400 Main Street, Knoxville, Tennessee 37902.

Alternatively, you can connect with the admin/ records department of the sheriff’s office by dialing 865-215-2243. For more current records, the official website of the agency is also an option. They offer a list of the most wanted criminals and fugitives at http://www.knoxsheriff.org/ along with a 24 hours arrest list at http://www.knoxsheriff.org/24hrlist/index.php.

State agencies: Another venue for seeking information on arrest records is the office of the county clerk. All information on every arrest order issued by criminal courts in Knox, TN, is kept in the court dockets, which this state agency maintains. So, get in touch with them at 300 W Main St # 226Knoxville, TN, or call them on 865-215-2385.

The judiciary: Finally, the Magistrate’s Court of the county is another official source of information on outstanding arrest warrants. The office is located in the City-County Building, 400 Main St. Knoxville, TN 37902, and can be contacted over the phone at 865-215-2370.

From the year 1999 to 2009, an estimated 15,000 criminal reports were filed in Knox County each year, of which almost12% were incidents of violent crime. Since the start of that decade, the number of illicit activities has risen sharply in the area by almost 50%

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