Pickens County, GA Warrants and Arrest Records
Please fill in the form below to begin your Georgia criminal records search
It will be very hard to find information on active arrest warrants issued in Pickens County online. In fact, there are very few agencies in the area that put up arrest records and crime history information over the internet. So, if you would like to conduct a warrant search from the comforts of your own home, the only way to do so is to get in touch with a third party vendor
Filling the form above will give you access to a privately maintained website of arrest information from across the country. However, if you would rather enlist the help of the law enforcement agency or the judiciary for your Pickens County warrant search, you will need to visit the office of these agencies in person.
For Pickens sheriff's department, you will have to drive down to 2985 Camp Road, Jasper, Georgia 30143. You can also call them on the phone at 706-253-8900. However, they will not be willing to part with criminal history data over the phone. The same also holds true for all other state agencies that provide information on outstanding warrants.
The agency next in line should be the magistrate's court as it issues all arrest warrants in Pickens. They are situated in 50 N Main St # 105 Jasper, Jasper, GA 30143-1555 and can be contacted through their telephone number: 706-253-8809. However, the same rule applies for the dissemination of crime history related data as with the sheriff's office.
While you are in the area of the county court house, also pay a visit to the office of the clerk of court.This agency is charged with the creating and storing judicial records in the form of court dockets. These can be exclusively accessed through their agency office, so you can mail in your request to PO Box 130, Jasper, Georgia 30143.
Over the six years period from 2001 to 2007, the crime rates in Pickens County, GA have almost doubled. At the moment, over 100 incident reports are filed every year of which about 10% are instances of violent crime.In fact, there was a baffling increase of almost 100% in the number of violent criminal occurrences in 2007.