To get an Alger County arrest warrant search done, you can approach the MI state judiciary. One of their local chapters can be petitioned for crime history data. Within each geographical division of the state, the judiciary operates through the magistrate’s office and the county clerk. Just so there is no ambiguity, it should be stated here that these agencies perform completely diverse functions.
The role played by the courts in the area, and the magistrates and the judges who are representatives of the state’s judicial makeup is authoritative in nature. As opposed to this, the county clerk’s office is in charge of maintaining case records. They keep a central database of court dockets available to justice agencies and civilians on request.
These departments will have all the information one would need about Alger County arrest records and outstanding warrants. The magistrate’s court also keeps details about the issue of other legal directives, including bench warrants, search orders, criminal summons, and more.
As stated above, the clerk of court’s department acts as the official records keeping wing of the justice network. So, it is understandable how and why they also have access to civil court records. These can also be accessed by approaching the office of the clerk. The state departments that provide information on arrests and active warrants work out of:
- Law enforcement: 101 E Varnum, Munising, Michigan 49862
- Judiciary: 101 Court St, Munising, MI 49862
- County clerk: Given above
Alger County has the lowest crime rate in the state of Michigan and the country. With less than 10 complaints filed with the local police annually, it would be hard to beat this area’s incident rate. While the 500% plus drop in the rate of reported crime has given people enough to rejoice about, the same cannot be said about the violent crime average, which has nearly doubled in the recent past.