Taylor County, Georgia Warrants and Arrest Records

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You should always get a warrant search in Taylor County, GA done before you establish new personal and professional connections because the area has a fairly high crime average. The police as well as the judiciary offer information pertaining to arrest warrants in the interest of public safety.

However, to avail this data, you will have to drive down to the agency office of state departments. Because none of the justice entities offer an online tool for a search of Taylor active warrants, you will have to seek a written report from these offices. You can get in touch with them at:

  • Sheriff’s office: 5 N Ivey St, Butler, Georgia 31006
  • Clerk of court’s department: PO Box 248, Butler, Georgia 31006
  • Magistrate’s court: Courthouse Sq, Butler, GA 31006

While you are conducting your inquiry for outstanding warrants from Taylor County, do not forget to look for additional details on crime in the area. The police will usually post a most wanted list at all the precincts, so you are bound to find one at the office of the sheriff; unfortunately, it is not posted on the website of the agency. You can also get information on the crime statistics for the area from the cops.

The Taylor County magistrate’s court will not only be able to get a regular warrant search done but also offer information on case specific matters like the legal provisions issued in a certain case including summons and search orders.

If you would like a more broad- brush search, try the office of the county clerk. Because this agency is in charge of the court dockets, they will also be able to furnish details on civil cases. So, you will also be able to know about any bench warrants that were released against the subject from this office.

In Taylor County, Georgia, nearly 100 incidents of crime occurred every year from 2001 to 2008. Almost 10% of all these incidents could be categorized as violent crimes. Through the time period mentioned here, violent crime figures escalated by almost 90% while the number of overall criminal occurrences also rose sharply by 70%.

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