It could not be easier to conduct an arrest warrant search in Lanier County, GA, given the numerous options offered by local law enforcement agencies and the judiciary. You could walk into the office of a state department involved in disseminating justice and request them to find information about active warrants and arrest records.
The police are frequently the first choice when seeking crime history data. This is understandable as the law enforcement department places the request in front of the tribunal, which eventually leads to the release of an arrest warrant. They also have to make arrests under these legal directives and circulating information about Lanier County outstanding warrants, among other justice agencies.
This is done by sending information on all pending arrest orders to the FBI, which includes it in the database maintained by the NCIC (National Crime Information Center) accessible to all police officers from every state in the country. As far as the judiciary goes, since the court issues the order for detention and the county clerk’s deputy is present to record the session’s happenings in the court dockets database, these agencies also have information on such orders.
So, to find out about arrests and warrants, you can use the sheriff’s website at http://laniercountysheriff.com/?option=com_docman&task=cat_view&gid=15&Itemid=42, or you could get in touch with one of the agencies mentioned above at:
- The sheriff: 100 Main Street, Courthouse Building, Lakeland, Georgia 31635
- The magistrate: 100 W Main St, Lakeland, GA 31635
- The clerk of court: As above
As of 2007, approximately 150 criminal occurrences were being reported with the police of Lanier County, Georgia, every year. Of these incidents, nearly 6% were violent crimes, at almost ten incidents per annum. Through the two years from 2007 to 2008, there was a rise of over 30% in overall criminal activity but the significant drop of over 200% in violent crime rates more than made up for the increase.