Van Buren County, Michigan Warrants and Arrest Records

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If you are interested in searching for active arrest warrants in Van Buren County, Michigan, you will find a plethora of options available. All arrest records and information on outstanding warrants are stored by several government and federal agencies as a matter of routine.

However, when you seek a warrant search, it would be most appropriate to apply to one of the three agencies mentioned below. All three of them are directly or indirectly involved in the process of warrant issue.

Van Buren County’s police get the ball rolling by submitting an affidavit in court complaining about a crime and the person accused of committing it. All case-related facts are provided to the court at this point, and based on these, the sitting judge may/may not issue arrest warrants.

Once an active warrant is issued in Van Buren, it is immediately sent to the local police department’s court services division from where it is sent for execution. So, the sheriff’s office has a vast database of all arrest records and warrant-related information. To access these details, go to 205 S Kalamazoo, Paw Paw, Michigan 49079, or you can call on 269-657-3101 and put in a formal request.

The judiciary can also come to your rescue when seeking background information on an individual. Both the magistrate’s court and the county clerk’s office will be able to help you out with the information you need as all trial proceedings are stored in the court dockets.

To visit the magistrate’s office of Van Buren, go to 1007 E Wells St, South Haven, MI 49090; you can also call on 269-657-8218. The county clerk’s office is located at 212 Paw Paw Street, Suite 102, Paw Paw, Michigan 49079, and you can connect with them on 269-657-8242.

Crime date of only the 8 years between 2001 and 2008 is available for Van Buren. An analysis of these figures shows that there has only been a single-digit increase in the overall crime rate. In fact, the annual crime average has held almost steady at a bit over 1700.

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