A Grant County arrest warrant search should be considered if you worry about being a victim of identity theft. If you are wondering how seeking information on active warrants and arrest records from NM can help you to find out if somebody is carrying out nefarious activity in your name, you need to understand that an inquiry into the issue of outstanding warrants will bring back an entire criminal background report in the name of the subject.
If you find arrest records in your name when you have never been involved in commissioning criminal acts and have never served time in jail, you can be sure that somebody somewhere is up to no good. The best way to deal with outstanding warrants from Grant County is to get in touch with an attorney.
To find information on arrest warrants, you can approach a justice agency or enlist a private firm’s help. The latter will make more sense if an active warrant has already been issued in your name. In this case, walking into a police station inquiring about any orders for arrests out in your name will lead to detention. To launch a criminal history inquiry through a private agency, fill the form above.
If you would instead take your warrant search to a state source, which would make sense if you need the background report for employment or adoption, try the agencies listed below. All of these government departments are in some way involved in the process of issuing Grant County active warrants, including the office of the clerk of court, which acts as the keeper of the court dockets database. To approach these agencies, go to:
- Law enforcement: 1400 Hwy. 180 East, Silver City, New Mexico 88061
- Judiciary: 1400 U.S. 180, Silver City, NM 88061
- County clerk: PO Box 898, Silver City, New Mexico 88062
Grant County has a relatively low crime rate of just about 800 criminal incidents per annum. Only about 60 of these complaints are made about violent crimes. Theft with over 500 reports per year is the crime category to watch out for.