Arrest warrants and crime rates in Cattaraugus County, New York

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A warrant of arrest is a document issued by a criminal court directing a law enforcement officer to arrest a defendant and to bring him before the court. An arrest warrant is not a statement of guilt. The sole function of an arrest warrant is to compel the defendant's appearance before the court in a criminal action for arraignment.

Warrant searches in Cattaraugus County, NY

The best source for searching active warrants is the Cattaraugus County Sheriff's Office. The Sheriff's Office maintains a list of active warrants on its website in addition to a list of the 10 most wanted fugitives for Cattaraugus County. Victims of crimes can sign up for the New York Sheriff's Victim Hotline through the Sheriff's website to receive notification when an inmate's status changes. If you need more information about outstanding warrants, contact the Sheriff's Office by telephone at (716) 938-9191 or in person at 301 Court Street, Little Valley, NY 14755.

Cattaraugus County is in the 8th Judicial District for New York. Numerous lower courts within the county can issue arrest warrants, which makes warrant searches difficult in Cattaraugus County. The county courts guide provides contact information for each of the county courts. To search criminal records, you must contact the individual courts for information. Some offices may provide information by telephone; however, the majority of offices will require you to appear in person to search court records.

For more information about crimes in New York, you can research the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services website. The website has news, helpful links and information about the criminal justice system in New York.

Crime rates in Cattaraugus, NY

When compared to ten similar counties, Cattaraugus County ranked number one for the highest crime rates between 1999 and 2008, including both violent and non-violent crime rates. During the 10-year period, crime rates within the county increased over 70% with violent crimes increasing over 90%.


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