Marion County, OH Arrest Records and Warrants

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All active arrest warrants issued in Marion County, OH are clubbed under public records hence they can be accessed by members of the public. Agencies that are involved in the maintenance and dissemination of arrest records are legally obligated to offer this information to people who make a formal request for it.

So, if you would like to go in for a warrant search, start at the office of the magistrate that has the criminal jurisdiction to release these detention orders. The magistrate's court is located at 100 N Main St, Marion, OH 43302 or you could also contact the justice agency over the phone at 740-387-5871.

Information about every case that passes through the judicial system of Marion makes it to the court dockets maintained by the county clerk's office. So, whether you are looking for details pertaining to arrest warrants issued in a criminal or a civil matter, the office of the court of clerk will be your best bet. It is located at 222 West Center Street, Marion, Ohio 43302 and their telephone number is 740-223-4100.

Finally, the sheriff's department holds the records for all bench warrants, outstanding arrest warrants issued in case of serious felonies and all sorts of other detention and court appearance orders. So, you can also get in touch with the law enforcement agency at 889 Marion Williamsport Rd, East Marion, Ohio 43302 or call on 740-382-8244 for crime history information.

For a generic search through the database of the sheriff's department, try their most wanted page at http://www.co.marion.oh.us/sheriff/index.php/most-wanted. This will give you an insight on the number of dangerous criminals that the police have been unable to apprehend and the types of crime that these people are involved in.

Between the years 2000 to 2009, crime data for Marion County, OH was only available for eight years starting in 2001 and ending in 2008. A closer look at the figures collected reveals that the crime scenario has steadily worsened in the area with a rise of almost 25% in violent crime. The total crime average for the years stands at just about 2400 incidents and criminal occurrence is reported in the county every 3 hours.

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