Fulton County, NY Arrest Records and Warrants

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There are times when you may want to find out if there has been an arrest warrant issued for someone you know such as a family member, a friend or even someone you are hiring to work on your home.In Fulton County, looking up arrest warrants requires a trip to the county offices or to the Sheriff's Department.Because arrest warrants can be issued by both the Supreme Court and the County Court for Fulton County as well as by Johnstown City Court and Gloversville City Court, your warrant search could become quite time consuming. You may want to begin by searching for outstanding warrants through the Sheriff's Department; however, the Sheriff will not have copies of court records nor will he have information about the status of active or closed criminal court cases.For those, you must contact the individual court where the arrest warrant or the court case was initiated.The Courts Guide for Fulton County provides the locations and contact information for each of the courts with jurisdiction to issue arrest warrants.By contacting the Clerk of Court, you can search court records for active warrants and obtain copies of court documents.

For copies of arrest records or to initiate a criminal background search, contact the Fulton County Sheriff's Office.The office is located at 2712 State Highway 29 in Johnstown, NY 12095 (518-736-2100).Be careful of searching for active warrants in your name because the Sheriff's Office can arrest you on site if it has an outstanding warrant for your arrest.The Sheriff's Office can also provide you with a current list of the most wanted fugitives for Fulton County.

Fulton County, NY crime data

Of the almost 10,200 crimes committed in Fulton County between 1999 and 2008, only six percent were violent in nature.The majority of crimes committed (almost 75%) were related in some way to theft.There were only three murders reported in Fulton County during this 10-year period.Overall crime rates in Fulton County increased by over fifty percent during this time.

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