Chautauqua County, New York Arrest Warrants Search

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Every crime drama on television has at least some mention of an arrest warrant, so people are bound to wonder what is a warrant of arrest and what rights do the police have once they have the document in hand. To put it simply, an arrest warrant is a judicial order to the law enforcement agency to arrest and detain a person till he is presented before the court for a bail hearing .

An arrest warrants in is issued in case of misdemeanors, felonies and even when the accused fails to appear in court once bail has been granted. The police need a warrant to take a person into custody in case he/she is a suspect in a criminal occurrence. To get the warrant, the Sheriff’s Department has to appeal to the local criminal court.

Al prevailing information regaling the case is offered to the sitting judge in a sworn affidavit. The magistrate need only ensure that the evidence presented is sufficient for the state to file a case against the individual in question before signing the warrant.

An arrest order duly signed by the Chautauqua County, New York criminal court magistrate is known as a active warrant. If the person against whom the warrant has been issued in not arrested for a while, the active warrant then turns into an outstanding warrant.

Both active as well as outstanding warrants authorize the police to take the person in whose name the warrant t is out, into custody. For warrant search the Sheriff’s Department is the most definitive source of information. They are located at 15 East Chautauqua Street, P.O. Box 128, Mayville, NY 14757-0128.

To get arrest records related information over the phone in Chautauqua County, New York, call on 716-753-4900 or fax on 716-753-4969. You can also fill the form above to access an online database of criminal records.

There has not only been an increase in the overall crime rate of Chautauqua by over 30% but also violent crime figures have risen by over 20%. At the start of the decade that ended in 2008, less than 2000 crimes were reported; however, by 2008 this figure had swelled to more than 2400.

Every 3 hours a crime takes place in the area and in over 50% of these cases the victim is less than a mile from his/her residence or place of work when the incident happens. Over the ten years mentioned above, almost 2500 crimes were reported annually, making a total of 25,000 crime cases filed from 1999 to 2008.

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