Choctaw County, Oklahoma Arrest Records and Warrants

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Active warrants from Choctaw County, Oklahoma are not bound by time; this means that such arrest warrants can remain in the system for several decades after release. Known as outstanding warrants, such pending arrest orders have the same powers as a newly issued detention decree. They can be served in any county across the state or country without any thought given to the time at which the arrest is effected.

Arrest records and information on warrants is held by several justice agencies; among these are:

The office of the sheriff: The police department keeps records of all criminal matter that occurred in the county. So, you will find facts on specific cases from this agency along with such generic details as a most wanted list, county crime statistic and more. To visit the office of the law enforcement agency, go to 305 E Jefferson, Hugo, Oklahoma 74743.

The office of the magistrate: The sitting magistrate acts as an impartial judicial representative of the state who decides on the merits of the case brought against the accused by the police. Unless, an arrest order is signed by the judge, it does not become an active warrant. When you approach this agency for a Choctaw County warrant search, you can also find records pertaining to specific criminal cases. To get in touch with the magistrate's court, go to 300 E Duke St, Hugo, OK 74743.

The office of the clerk of court: The deputies of the Choctaw County clerk are responsible for preparing the court dockets and maintaining a database of these records. Members of the public are granted access to this repository upon request. This agency can also be found at 300 East Duke, Hugo, Oklahoma 74743.

A look at the crime figures of Choctaw County, OK from 2001 to 2008 reveals that nearly 3300 criminal complaints were filed during this period of which almost 500 were cases against violent criminal acts. This puts the annual crime average of the area at about 400 incidents. While there was a rise of nearly 20% in the rates of reported crime through this interval, violent crime plunged by an estimated 50%.

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