Unlike a bench warrant or summons or even a search order, an active warrant from Long County, Georgia stays in the crime system perpetually, upon its release. So, it is not particularly hard to find information pertaining to arrest warrants because they are kept by several branches of the state's justice network.
For a warrant search and information on past arrest records from Long County, you can go to the office of the sheriff. This agency will also be able to offer additional crime related details like a list of the area's most wanted and incident averages. The police not only accept forms for outstanding warrant inquiries through their office but also provide an online tool for such searches; this can be found at http://longcountyso.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=category§ionid=14&id=36&Itemid=75
Another justice agency that works in the interest of public safety and provides information on all judicial processes issued by the tribunals ofLong county is the office of the clerk of court. The county clerk and his deputies keep information on all trials that occurred in the area in their court dockets repository.
The magistrate's court will also be able to get a Long County warrant search done for you. An inquiry through this office can be initiated in the same way as from the other departments. The applicant will have to submit details about the subject and pay a small fee to get the results of the inquiry.
- Sheriff's department: PO Box 368, Ludowici, Georgia 31316
- Clerk of court: PO Box 458, Ludowici, Georgia 31316
- Court of the magistrate: 49 McDonald Rd, Hinesville, GA 31313
Long County, Georgia has a fairly low crime rate of less than 200 instances per year. This equates to just about 2000 complaints filed through the decade that started in 1999. In the last eight years of this period, crime rose by a startling 80% in the area. Also, the rate of violent crime vis à vis overall complaints is quite high at 10%.