Union County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

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For a Union County, NM arrest warrant search, you could try the office of the clerk of court. There are three distinct advantages to getting in touch with this agency over the police or the magistrate’s office. For one, you will be able to go through the court dockets that bear the name of the subject on your own.

The clerk’s office is the only one that sports several public service terminals which are interlinked with the repository of judicial records kept by them. If this is the approach you take, you will be able to find out about the Union County arrest warrants free of charge, which is the second benefit of launching the investigation through this office.

Finally, let us not forget that along with details on Union County arrest records and outstanding warrants, you also stand the chance of learning about all the civil cases filed in the name of the defendant. What is more is that you could also find out if any legal instruments such as bench warrants were issued in connection with these matters.

On the other hand, the police department is the first to make note of all arrests and this information is generally relayed to the judiciary in 24 to 48 hours. This means that there is a window of 1-2 days before you can gather the most current arrest records from the office of the clerk of court. So, depending on what kind of information you want, you can go to the following agencies to find Union County active warrants:

  • The sheriff’s: 200 Court St, Clayton, New Mexico 88415
  • The magistrate’s: As above
  • The county clerk’s: PO Box 430, Clayton, New Mexico 88415

With 50 crimes reported per annum, Union County, New Mexico is one of the low crime neighborhoods of the state. However, one cannot expect the crime rates to plunge further as reported criminal activity in the area has increased by almost 60%. The only good news is that there was an almost equal drop in the rates of violent crime which account for almost 15% of the annual crime average.

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