Queens County , NY Arrest Warrant Search

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The local criminal court issues Queens County, NY arrest warrants after deliberation over the police department’s affidavit. A sitting judge has to sign the warrant for it to become an active arrest warrant.

The presiding judge can decline the Sheriff’s department’s request if the evidence presented in the matter is found to be unsatisfactory or insufficient for subsequent filing of an accusatory instrument. Active arrest warrants issued in Queens County, New York, can be served at any time after issuance.

However, in case an arrest is not made, the active warrant becomes an outstanding warrant. The difference in the terms aside, a police officer can also arrest an alleged perpetrator after serving the outstanding warrant.

In most cases, information about Queens County active arrest warrants has to be made public. Yet, law enforcement officials may hide information on the arrest warrant in criminal cases to prevent the person against whom the warrant has been issued from leaving the state.

To determine if an individual has an active or outstanding arrest warrant in Bronx County under his name, contact the Queens County Sheriff’s Department located at 144-06 94th Avenue, Jamaica, NY 11435.

An alternate source for Queens County arrest warrants search is the Queens County, NY Courthouse situated at 125-01 Queens Blvd, Kew Gardens, NY 11415. For online Bronx County, NY arrest records, fill in the form given above.

How do you get Queens County arrest records and details on active warrants over the phone? (2023)

Like the other boroughs/counties of New York City, Queens also receive law enforcement services from the New York City Police Department (NYPD) and criminal justice services from the New York City Supreme Court.

As such, if you have any inquiries pertaining to arrests and warrants from Queens, you will have to use the phone numbers of the Queen’s Divisions of these two agencies/offices.

  • To get information on recent arrests: Call Central Booking (Queens Division) at 718 268 4523.
  • To access criminal judicial records (which would include information on arrest warrants): Call the Office of the Supreme Court Chief Clerk at (718) 298-1408 or the Criminal Court Clerk at 718-298-0888.
  • To request an arrest report or a criminal background search (Only personal records): Connect with the Record Review Unit at 518-457-9847.
  • To get an update on a criminal background check request filed by you: Call Records Review at 518-485-7675.
  • To get arrest records in conformance with FOIL: Contact the Records Access Division of NYPD at (646) 610-5296.
  • Call the Crime Records Section at (646) 610-5200 to request crime records.
  • To request a certificate of conduct from the police: Call the Non-criminal Fingerprint Services Unit at (646) 610-5541.
  • To get information on arrests, warrants, investigations, and victim’s assistance from your precinct: Use precinct-specific phone numbers:
  • 100th: (718) 318-4200 (General Information), (718) 318-4223 (Detective Squad), 718-318-6314 (Victim’s Advocate).
  • 101st: (718) 868-3400 (General Information), (718) 868-3429 (Detective Squad), 718-868-2442 (Victim’s Advocate)
  • 102nd: (718) 805-3200 (General Information), (718) 805-3212 (Detective Squad), 718-805-3260 (Victim’s Advocate)
  • 103rd: (718) 657-8181 (General Information), (718) 657-8220 (Detective Squad), 718-657-8976 (Victim’s Advocate)
  • 104th: (718) 386-3004 (General Information), (718) 386-2735 (Detective Squad), 718-386-3097 (Victim’s Advocate)
  • 105th: (718) 776-9090 (General Information), (718) 776-9252 (Detective Squad), 718-776-9121 (Victim’s Advocate)
  • 106th: (718) 845-2211 (General Information), (718) 845-2260 (Detective Squad), 718-845-2212 (Victim’s Advocate)
  • 107th: (718) 969-5100 (General Information), (718) 969-6844 (Detective Squad), 718-969-8170 (Victim’s Advocate)
  • 108th: (718) 784-5411 (General Information), (718) 784-5441 (Detective Squad), 718-784-6808/6807 (Victim’s Advocate)
  • 109th: (718) 321-2250 (General Information), (718) 321-2294 (Detective Squad), 718-321-8229 (Victim’s Advocate)
  • 110th: (718) 476-9311 (General Information), (718) 476-9317 (Detective Squad), 718-476-6473 (Victim’s Advocate)
  • 111th: (718) 279-5200 (General Information), (718) 279-5282 (Detective Squad), 718-279-0225 (Victim’s Advocate)
  • 112th: (718) 520-9311 (General Information), (718) 520-9250 (Detective Squad), 718-520-2852 (Victim’s Advocate)
  • 113th: (718) 712-7733 (General Information), (718) 712-2097 (Detective Squad), 718-712-5695 (Victim’s Advocate)
  • 114th: (718) 626-9311 (General Information), (718) 626-9334 (Detective Squad), 718-626-2007 (Victim’s Advocate)
  • 115th: (718) 533-2002 (General Information), (718) 533-2039 (Detective Squad), 718-533-2034 (Victim’s Advocate)

Crime Statistics for Queens County, New York

The Queens Sheriff’s Department received almost 37,500 criminal complaints in 2020, compared to 32,500 criminal instances in 2018. Over 27,800 property offenses and more than 9600 crimes against people were among them.

Around 22,500 larceny thefts, nearly 2900 burglaries, and over 2500 motor vehicle thefts were among the property offenses recorded. More than 6400 aggravated assaults, 515 rapes, and around 2550 robberies were among the reported violent offenses.

The rate of property and violent crimes in Queens County, NY, has steadily declined over the decade, starting in 1998, with the number of violent crimes going down from 20,000 per year to less than 15000. While there has been a significant reduction in the number of reported and violent crimes in Queens, a crime still occurs every 7 minutes in the county.

Of the 658,600 crimes reported over the ten years starting in 1998, more than 2400 were homicides, over 3800 were sexual assault and battery cases, and a whopping 413,000 were robbery and theft-related. Most instances of crime took place within a one-mile radius of the victim’s home or office.

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