Worth County, GA Arrest Records and Warrants

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The police are legally obligated to pursue all suspects who have active warrants in their name from Worth County, Georgia. In fact, regardless of how old an outstanding warrant is, it can still result in detention. Based on the nature of the crime, the person in question can even be picked up from another state all together and deported to the issuing county.

Local law enforcement and the judiciary of Worth, Georgia advise people to conduct a warrant search before offering a job to a candidate and even snoop around a little when forging personal and professional ties. So, if you would like to know about the arrest records of a new acquaintance or would like to find out if he/she has any arrest warrants against him/her, you will find several state agencies to help you out.

Start your search for information on detention orders including arrest warrants with the following state agencies:

The magistrate's court: The sitting judge of the tribunal issues all detention orders, so you will undoubtedly get information on arrest warrants from this source. They are located at 201 N Main St, Sylvester, GA 31791.

The county clerk's office: The clerk of court maintains records of case proceedings which are legally termed as court dockets. The database of this agency contains information on civil litigations and criminal cases, so a search through this agency will get you in depth information. The Worth County clerk of court works out of 201 Main Street, Room 13, Sylvester, Georgia 31791

The sheriff's office: The local law enforcement agency is responsible for serving all arrest orders including bench warrants, so if it is crime data you need, this agency will be the right place to go to. They are situated on 201 N Main St Rm 14, Sylvester, Georgia 31791.

Through the eight year duration between 2001 and 2008, almost 300 crimes were reported in Worth County every year. This cumulative figure included nearly 8 incidents of violent crime and a comparatively more significant 190 cases of property theft, robbery etc. Through the period mentioned above, only property crimes showed an uptrend while the figures for violent criminal activities improved by almost 70%.

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