Torrance County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

New Mexico Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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In Torrance County, NM, an arrest warrant search can be started by simply visiting the local police department or the office of the county clerk. Another agency that also caters to applicants interested in crime history information is the court of the magistrate. It is hard to say which would be the best option for initiating an inquiry into arrest records and active warrants because each of these agencies can offersso much more than just subject specific crime history data.

If one were to talk about the office of the sheriff, what comes to mind is the fact that police officers make all arrests in the area. Also, the sheriff’s office is the petitioner for the issue of active warrants from Torrance County. This puts them in the perfect position to hold information on detentions as well as the issue of arrest directives.

The office of the county clerk is in charge of maintaining the repository of court dockets, so they deal with the civil as well as criminal tribunals in the area. Hence don’t be surprised to find information on civil cases as well, including details on the release of bench warrants, from this department.

Finally, the court of the magistrate issues all legal orders including outstanding warrants from Torrance County, criminal summons and more. So, you can find information on all of these through the court of the judge. To get in touch with them, go to:

  • The police: PO Box 498, 205 9th Street, Estancia, New Mexico 87016
  • The county clerk: 205 9th Street, Estancia, New Mexico 87016
  • The court of the magistrate: 9th St, Estancia, NM 87016

The Torrance County, New Mexico police have done a grand job in driving away violent criminals from the area. Their efforts can be seen in the fact that violent criminal activity has seen a record decline of 60% in recent years. Although reported crimes seem to have gone in the opposite direction, the rise in their figures has been modest at less than 5%.

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