Warren County OH Arrest Warrants Search

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While conducting a Warren County, Ohio, warrant search, you should keep in mind some important details. One detail refers to the fact that all criminal records are part of the public records database, accessible to all interested parties. Secondly, whether you are thinking about asking for information regarding the existence of active warrants of arrest or even outstanding warrants issued against your name, you shall not be forced to explain why you are making such an inquiry. As a side note, personally visiting the County’s Sheriff’s Office at 550 Justice Drive Lebanon, Ohio 45036, and requesting to see your own arrest records could put you behind bars (if this is your case and a warrant has been issued against your name).

According to the Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services, you also need to know that several police departments could share the arrest warrants you might be interested in in the state via the incident-based reporting system. If you need to look for sex offenders in this county specifically, this link.  could aid you in this regard. You can connect with the main sheriff’s office Monday–Friday and between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.


If you need information on Warren County recent arrest and warrants, whom should you call? (In 2021)

  • To request information on arrests and warrants, call 513-695-1280
  • To get information on crime victim’s support and assistance, call 513-695-1325
  • For inquiries about court dates and judicial records, call 513-695-1120.


Crime Statistics of Warren County

Of the 2400 plus criminal complaints filed in Warren County in 2017, approximately 2300 were against property crimes while around 150 were against violent crimes.

  • Property-related offenses included: Over 1800 cases of larceny-theft, more than 320 cases of burglary, around 120 cases of carjacking, and 6 cases of arson.
  • Violent offenses included: Around 80 cases of aggravated assault, 37 cases of rape, 32 cases of robbery, and 3 cases of homicide.

More than 15,000 total crimes occurred during the 1999–2008 decade in this county. Around 5 percent of these crimes were reported as violent. More than 1,500 crimes happen here every year, and 50 percent of them transpire less than a mile from the victims’ residences. On average, every 300 minutes or so, someone is prone to fall victim to a criminal act in this county. There are a dozen murders, more than 150 sexual assaults, and over 650 car thefts occurring here, for your information.

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