Grand Forks County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

North Dakota Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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For the longest of time, people have harbored the misconception that only the police can shed light on crimes that transpire in the area and this is the only agency that one can go to for an arrest warrant search in Grand Forks County, ND. Although, it is still true that the sheriff’s office handles a significant number of investigative requests pertaining to arrest records and active warrants, there are other choices available.

You have to consider the role of the judiciary in the process of arrest warrant issue in order to understand why and how the magistrate’s court and the county clerk’s office come to be in possession of details about Grand Forks County outstanding warrants and arrests.

Even though the execution of all arrest warrants, including bench warrants is handled by law enforcement, they do not have any power when it comes to the sanctioning of these directives. If an arrest warrant is needed, the police will dutifully approach the court, which will study the criminal matter and the evidence before granting their request.

The office of the county clerk, starts assimilating case information for the court dockets since the preliminary hearing. Hence, along with the police and the magistrate’s court, they too have details on the issue of active warrants from Grand Forks County. These agencies can be contacted at:

  • The sheriff’s: PO Box 12608, Grand Forks, North Dakota 58208-2608
  • The magistrate’s: 124 S 4th St, Grand Forks, ND 58201
  • The county clerk’s: PO Box 6, Grand Forks, North Dakota 58206-0006

A criminal incident is reported in Grand Forks County, North Dakota every four or so hours. This puts the daily crime average at almost 6 cases and the monthly crime rate at 120 incidents. So, it is understandable when almost 2300 crimes are reported in the area, per annum. This figure may increase in the future given the rise of almost 60% in the rates of violent crimes.