Do you want to find out if a person you know has an active arrest warrant in his/her name in Haralson County, GA? If you answered that with a “yes,” here is a list of government agencies that will be more than willing to part with the arrest records they hold.
Like in most other counties in Georgia, the sheriff’s office, only the sitting magistrate of a court with criminal jurisdiction is responsible for issuing arrest warrants. Once such an arrest order is issued, it is sent to the sheriff’s office, from where it is handed over to peace officers for execution.
So, your warrant search must rightfully start at the magistrate’s court and then proceed to the county sheriff’s department. The office of the magistrate of Haralson County is located at 224 Holly St, Buchanan, Georgia 30113, and the agency can be contacted over the phone by dialing 770-646-2005
The county clerk’s department: The court clerk is the information and records bearer of the judiciary. His department controls the court dockets with information on all cases pleaded in the county’s courts. The county clerk not only maintains records for county-level tribunals but also state and Superior courts. To visit this agency, head to PO Box 373, Buchanan, Georgia 30113
Finally, take your search for Haralson County outstanding warrants to the sheriff’s office, which works out of 4485 Georgia Highway 120, Buchanan, GA 30113. To get in touch with the records clerk over the phone, dial 770-646-2011 but don’t expect to receive crime data through this means of communication.
The crime rate for Haralson County, GA, for the decade that ended in 2008 was over 5000 incidents, including properties and violent crimes. The latter brought in a whopping 3600 incident reports, while homicide and rape cases were considerably rarer at just about 3 and 20 incidents.