Lake County, California Warrants & Arrest Records Search

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It may be frightening to have an outstanding arrest warrant; however, finding out about the arrest warrant before you are arrested may be the best thing. Knowledge of the warrant in advance allows you the opportunity to try to mitigate matters. Below is information about arrest warrants and arrest records in Lake County and how you can access arrest records for yourself and others.

Where to search for criminal records and arrest warrants in Lake County, CA

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What is probable cause concerning an arrest warrant?

As in most states, California law requires that probable cause exists before an arrest warrant is issued. After a judge hears a complaint alleging a crime has been committed, he must decide if probable cause exists to issue an arrest warrant. Probable cause is the belief that a crime has been committed and the person being sought has committed that crime given the current facts presented. The judge will direct the active warrant to a police officer or other law enforcement officer directing him to apprehend and detain the suspect until the suspect can be brought before a judge.

How do you get information on Lake County warrants and arrests over the phone? (2021-update)

  • To know about arrest warrants, call (707) 262-4246.
  • To report a crime, use the phone number of non-emergency dispatch- (707) 263-2690.
  • To request an incident report, arrest records, and a local criminal background check call at (707) 262-4200.
  • To give a narcotics-specific tip, call (707) 263-3663.
  • For information on recent arrests, call the Hill Road Jail at (707) 262-4240.
  • For victim’s assistance and information, call the District Attorney’s Office at (707) 262-4282.

Lake County, CA crime statistics

By the end of 2018, the annual crime rate of Lake County was firmly on its way to the 700-incident mark. But, by the end of the following year, the local police managed to push this figure down to around 630 complaints. In 2019, the local law enforcement office received around 190 complaints against violent crimes and approximately 430 complaints against property crimes.

Between 1999 and 2008, Lake County had about 14,000 crimes reported. The population at that time was almost 65,000, spread out over 49 cities within the county. Theft accounted for nearly one-half of all crimes during that time, but violent crime increased in Lake County by over 70%, while overall crime only increased by 58%.

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