Morton County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

North Dakota Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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One way to get a response to an arrest warrant search in Morton County, ND is to get in touch with the office of the clerk of court. No, this is not the agency that handles the issue of active warrants nor do they make arrests under these decrees. However, they do maintain data pertaining to all criminal and civil mattes heard by the local courts.

This information is stored in the court dockets database as soon as the tribunal grants the police an arrest warrant to bring the alleged offender in. The information is appended as the accused is detained at which point arrest records are included in the file. After this, the court disposition is added to the data along with correctional details.

As far as inquiries on Morton County outstanding warrants go, what stands in distinct favor of the county clerk’s department is that the applicants can get a wealth of supplemental information, if needed. The fact that this agency has access to data on criminal as well as civil cases is a definite plus.

So, a person interested in a background report can go beyond an inquiry just on Morton County arrests and active warrants. It is also possible to find out if there are any civil cases initiated by the subject or against this person. Of course, you could also go to the police or the magistrate for your arrest warrants search. They work out of:

  • The sheriff’s: 205 1st Ave NW, Mandan, North Dakota 58554
  • The magistrate’s: 210 N 2nd St, Bismarck, ND 58501
  • The county clerk’s: 210 2nd Avenue North West, Mandan, North Dakota 58554

The crime rate of Morton County, North Dakota, which stands at less than 500 incidents, appears tame when compared to the other areas of the state. The violent crime rate of Morton is at 5% of the annual average, which is in keeping with the figures of this crime category observed in other parts of ND. However, there has been a growth of almost 70% in the rate of violent crimes that threatens to change the current scenario.