Orange County CA Arrest Warrants Search

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If the authorities in Orange County, California, intend to arrest an individual, they must seek an arrest warrant against him. The process of issuing such a warrant is based on a preliminary request of Orange County Police Department. The arrest warrant will become an active arrest warrant only after it had been signed by a sitting judge. The judge has the privilege to reject the police’s request. Alternatively, he will sign the warrant if sufficient evidence for committing a crime by an individual against whom the warrant is issued is presented by the police. In any case, an arrest warrant against an individual is limited to the county and state where it is issued. In other states, the warrant has no legal force. It is important to know that if the warrant is not fulfilled, it becomes an outstanding arrest warrant.

In order to perform a warrant search in orange county, one is advised to turn into Orange County Sheriff Department (http://blog.ocsd.org/) which enables an online free search. It is also possible to use the Department’s search to find out about persons who serve time in jail or who have recently been set free (during the last 30 days). California Court’s website (http://www.courts.ca.gov/) is another option to perform an arrest warrant search in Orange County.

Moreover, you always have the option to easily acquire information on criminal records in the state of California by referring to the above search via an online criminal records database.

Just for your information, in the years 1999-2008, the total number of crimes in Orange County, California reached a total of 763,080 with an average of around 84,000 a year. That means that every six-seven minutes, a person may be a victim of a crime.

Yet the picture is not as grim as it might be seen at first glance. Statistics show that in the last 10 years there has been a steady 3 per cent decline in crime rates while violent crime rates were reduced by 11 per cent. This positive trend is attributed to efficient police law enforcement efforts in the county.

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