Bartow County, Georgia Arrest Warrants Search

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Bartow County, GA is a small county about an hour north of Atlanta with over 100,000 people. There are no online records to search for warrants in Bartow County; therefore, you must physically go to the courthouse to look up any outstanding warrants information. The Bartow County Magistrate’s Office, like other Magistrates in Georgia, is responsible for issuing arrest warrants for the county. The office is located at 112 West Cherokee Avenue, Cartersville, GA 30120.

If you want to be thorough when searching for arrest warrants and criminal records, you should also search the court records maintained by the Clerk of Superior Court. The Clerk of Court’s office is located at 135 W. Cherokee Avenue, Suite 233, Cartersville, GA 30120.

The Bartow County Sherriff’s Office serves the outstanding warrants; however, it does not have an online search option. You can contact the Warrant Division of the Sherriff’s office by the emails listed on the Sherriff’s website. Be careful of appearing in person if you believe you have an outstanding warrant, as you may be arrested immediately.


Is it possible to get information on Bartow County arrests and warrants over the phone? (2021-Update)

  • Information on recent arrests: 770-382-5050.
  • Details on warrants: 770-382-6077.
  • Details about a criminal case filed by you: 770-387-5195.
  • Information and help on accessing judicial records: 770-387-5025(Superior Court Clerk) and 770-387-5070 (Magistrate Court).
  • Details on assistance available to crime victims: 770-387-5106.


Crime Statistics of Bartow County, GA

In 2018, approximately 80 crimes were reported in Bartow County. Of the complaints filed more than 75 were against property crimes. The annual average of violent crimes stood in single digits. Of the total number of property crimes reported, larceny-theft accounted for the maximum number of complaints at 44 incidents while cases of burglary followed closely with 33 complaints.

 Bartow has a history of high crime rates for a county that is not as large as other Georgia counties. During the year 2005, crime rates in Bartow County rose to almost 4800 for the year. In 2007, the crime rates spiked over 4800 for the year before decreasing substantially in 2008 to roughly 1600. From 1999 to 2008, violent crimes rose by 25%, while the overall crime rate increased by 35%. General theft and burglary made up over half of all crimes committed during this time, with arson (only 9) and murder (only 12) being the lowest types of crime in Bartow County.

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