Warren County, New York arrest records and crime rates
Warren County, NY is in the 4th Judicial District for the state. County, town and city courts have jurisdiction to issue arrest warrants within the county. Therefore, to be complete, a warrant search must include criminal records from these courts in addition to arrest records through the county sheriff's office.
Warren County, NY courts
The County Court for Warren is located in the Municipal Center at 1340 State Route 9, Lake George, NY 12845 (telephone: 518-761-7695). The County Court has jurisdiction in serious criminal cases; therefore, searching court records here is advised if you are conducting a criminal history background. To search records, you can visit the court Monday through Friday between 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Warren County also has numerous city, town and village courts that also issue arrest warrants and maintain criminal case records. If you are uncertain which lower court may have issued a warrant, begin with the court that has geographical jurisdiction over where the crime took place and/or where the suspect resides.
On Tuesdays and Thursdays in Glens Falls City, the city court holds hearings on its criminal calendar. To check for outstanding warrants scheduled for a hearing, contact the court at 42 Ridge Street, 3rd Floor, Glens Falls, NY 12801 (telephone: 518-798-4714).
Arrest Warrants through the Warren County Sheriff's Office
Active warrants are available for view online through the Sheriff's Office. Warrants are sorted by name and the list includes the defendant's date of birth, last known address, warrant date, charge and court. The daily blotter provides a list of arrests by date and a list of the calls for service on that date. If you need more information regarding arrest records, you can contact the Sheriff's Office at 1400 State Route 9, Lake George, NY 12845 (telephone: 518-743-2500).
Warren County crime statistics
Crime rates in Warren County were fairly low between 1999 and 2005. However, in 2006, crime rates increased by more than 1,000 crimes over the previous year. The majority of crimes (92%) committed in Warren County from 1999 through 2008 were related to theft and burglary.