In Clinch County, arrest warrant searches are made possible through the local judiciary and the police’s joint efforts. Because the court, the sheriff’s office, and the county clerk’s department come together to release active warrants, you can seek information on these from any of the agencies mentioned below.
To get information on Clinch County arrest records and outstanding warrants, you will need the first and the last name of the subject, any information on the specific case that he was involved in, if this is available, birth date, or a social security number. If you could also provide additional information such as the race, current address, etc., it will narrow down the search.
To get the inquiry underway, you can visit state agencies from the list below or write to them. For mail inquiries, you can fill a standard request form, which can be procured from the website of the local sheriff’s office or by talking to a representative of the agency. If you intend to go down to the precinct in person to look for Clinch County arrests and warrants, do not forget to carry some form of identification along.
- The sheriff: 115 Court Sq, Homerville, Georgia 31634
- The magistrate: 100 Court St, Homerville, GA 31634
- The clerk of court: PO Box 433, Homerville, Georgia 31634
How do you contact Clinch County officials to inquire about active warrants and recent arrests? (2021-current)
- 912-487-5316 (Sheriff’s Office) and 912-487-5306 (Homerville PD)- Call local law enforcement for arrests-information.
- 912-487-2514Call the Magistrate’s Court for details pertaining to warrants.
- 912-487-5854 – Call the Clerk of Court for judicial records inquiries.
- 229-686-7015 – Call the Clinch County District Attorney’s Office for victim’s assistance.
Crime statistics of Clinch County
In 2018, the Clinch County Sheriff’s Office received 73 criminal complaints, compared to the 56 complaints received in 2017. There were 63 property offenses and 10 violent crimes in the total.
More than 25 larceny thefts, 29 burglaries, and 7 motor vehicle thefts were reported under the category of property offenses. Of the complaints filed against violent crimes, 8 were against aggravated assault, while rape accounted for 1 complaint.
Older crime rate
Over the seven years that started in 2001 and ended in 2007, nearly 350 criminal acts were reported in Clinch County, Georgia. Of these crimes, about 9% were violent. This puts the annual average of reported crime at over 80 incidents and 4 cases for violent crimes. There was a spurt of 75% in violent criminal occurrences and a growth of 5% in reported crimes through this period.