Applicants have a plethora of choices when it comes to conducting Page County arrest warrant searches. From state-level law enforcement agencies to the IA judiciary and from local justice departments to private establishments, you can go to numerous places to find arrest records and outstanding warrants issued in the area.
The most convenient approach is to, of course, look online. At this time, only private establishments are offering this provision. To avail of this service, you will have to pay a subscription fee. While your membership is valid, you can look for information on as many subjects as you like.
Third-party information vendors provide reliable and accurate data about active warrants in Page County and the country’s rest. Yet, this information cannot be used in an official capacity. To approach a state agency that handles inquires on warrants and arrests, you can go to the judiciary or local law enforcement.
The contact details of these agencies have been listed below. Do carry a photo ID issued by a government source along. Since most of these departments offer personal identifier inquiries, you will need to furnish details such as the name, date of birth, and social security number or driver’s license number of the subject.
Depending on how you connect with the department of your choosing, it can take anywhere from a few hours to some days to receive a response to your search. You will also have to incur a small fee, which will have to be paid through money order, cash, or business check.
- Law enforcement: 323 N 15th St, Clarinda, Iowa 51632
- Judiciary: Given below
- County clerk: 112 East Main Street, Clarinda, Iowa 51632
From 2001 onwards, every year, about 350 criminal complaints were filed in Page County, Iowa. Of these incidents, about 5% at around 20 cases were lodged against violent criminal matters. Up to 2008, the area’s crime scene was under control, with violent crime showing a drop of almost 20%.