For an arrest warrant to come into force, evidence should be presented to court. If a magistrate or a judge rules that the evidence indicates that a crime has been done, then the order is signed and becomes an active warrant. This active warrant gives permission for law enforcement agencies to locate and detain the criminal and compel him to appear before the court of law.
In case the subject of the active warrant for Riverside County, CA cannot be found or served, then the order is considered an outstanding warrant. The arrest warrant remains valid up to the moment an arrest is made, bail is paid, or the subject hands over himself to court.
A warrant search for Riverside County, CA would entail contacting the
Riverside County CA Sherriff’s Office at 951-486-7000. They also have a web site with more information at http://www.riversidesheriff.org/services/.
If you warrant search includes a desire for past arrest records for Riverside County, CA, contact The Superior Court of California County of Riverside at 951-777-3147.
The search form above will additionally allow you to explore an online criminal records database for the State of California.
To discover if an arrest warrant has resulted in the individual currently under arrest, visit the Inmates and Corrections for Riverside County Sheriff’s Department at http://www.riversidesheriff.org/corrections/, or the inmate search page at http://jimspub.riversidesheriff.org/.
There were over 650,000 crimes reported in Riverside County, California during 1999 through 2008. out of all the crime incidents that were reported, close to 423,000 were thefts, over 4,400 rapes, and 800 murders. A crime is reported every eight minutes, averaging to over 65,000 each year. The rate of crime climbed by over 40 percent, while violent crime increased by only 13 percent.