Allamakee County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

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Like so many other IA areas, you will have to take the trouble of visiting the police station or a judicial department to launch an arrest warrant search in Allamakee County. An excellent place to start any inquiry that pertains to criminal occurrences is always the sheriff’s office. This department performs more than one function when it comes to the release of active warrants.

First, they investigate the complaints and collect the information on which the arrest warrant will eventually get issued. Once they have enough data in their hands, they put the details down in writing and present this before the court. A deputy from the sheriff’s department is present at the pre-warrant hearing.

Witnesses are presented before the court if the writ is insufficient to show exact, reasonable cause. A member of the state’s prosecution team may also be available in the courtroom at this point. The Attorney General’s office is also notified about the criminal incidents by the police. Once the Allamakee County active warrant is issued, cops make arrests.

Beyond this, they also prepare arrest records for such detentions and return the original order to the county clerk’s office and the magistrate’s court, signaling that the detentions have been made and that the judiciary should prepare for the further legal course of action. So, while the police seem to be the best source of information on Allamakee County outstanding warrants and arrests, you can also approach:

  • The sheriff’s: Courthouse 110 Allamakee Street, Waukon, Iowa 52172
  • The magistrate’s: Given below
  • The county clerk’s: 110 Allamakee Street, Waukon, Iowa 52172

Crime statistics for Allamakee County, Iowa, are only available for 2007 and 2008; in these years, only about 40 criminal incidents occurred in the area giving an annual crime average of just 21 cases. Of these crimes, only about 1 per year could qualify as violent. However, these figures may show a quick rise if the near doubling of violent crimes and the growth of almost 50% in reported criminal activity is not controlled in time.

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