In Macomb County, MI, the police have to mandatorily approach the local criminal court for the issue of active arrest warrants. In fact, on their own, the local law enforcement agency cannot even put a bench warrant into effect. To put it simply, the judiciary, and not law and order agencies, retains the right of issuing detention instruments like arrest warrants.
Because a myriad of justice entities come together for the issue and execution of the warrant, it is only natural for them all to retain arrest records and information pertaining to outstanding warrants. Needless to say, this bodes well for people who are interested in conducting Macomb warrant searches. They are never too far away from an agency that can get them details on arrest warrants.
Generally, people start their hunt for warrant details at the sheriff’s post.So, it is not uncommon to see people lining up at the public services or the records division of the sheriff’s head office at 43565 Elizabeth Rd, Mt Clemens, Michigan 48043, waiting for the clerk to retrieve their search results for them.
Although the law enforcement agency has a strict policy concerning the method that can be used for the dissemination of such data, it is possible to make a formal request for the search even over the phone by calling on 586-469-5151
The county clerk’s office and the magistrate’s court are usually second and third in line when it comes to a preferred state agency approached for access to crime history information. These agencies are located at:
- County clerk: 10 North Gratiot, Mt. Clemens, Michigan 48043
- Magistrate: 35071 23 Mile Rd, New Baltimore, MI 48047
Although Macomb does not rank particularly high in the list of counties of its size for rate of crime, yet every year well over 166,000 crimes are reported in the area. While the bulk of these at 11% are property crimes, it is the felonies that raise alarm with most. The county also receives almost 10 homicide complaints and well over 160 sexual assault cases each year.