Washington County OK Arrest Records and Warrants

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Most people imagine that being arrested is like they see in the movies - - handcuffs, restraints, etc.However, an officer need not even handcuff you to make a valid arrest.An arrest occurs when your liberty and freedom are significantly restrained by the authority of the officer to detain you.While officers may make some arrests without an arrest warrant, it is preferred that the officer get a warrant prior to making the arrest.Exceptions include if the suspect would flee while the officer is getting the arrest warrant or if the public may be harmed by waiting.If you want to search for outstanding warrants in Washington County, you should begin with the Sheriff's Office.

Outstanding warrants are handled by the Washington County Sheriff's Office who serves arrest warrants for the county. Once an arrest warrant is issued, it is transferred to the Sheriff's Office for process and service.Therefore, to search for active warrants you should call the Sheriff's Office at 918-337-2800 or go to the office at 420 South Johnstone Avenue, Bartlesville, OK 74003.The Sheriff's Department can also assist you with criminal background checks since the office maintains all arrest records for the county.

Also located in the county courthouse with the Sheriff's Office is the Court Clerk for the Washington County District Court.This would be the place for you to search for criminal court records and arrest warrants issued by the court.These court cases can help you with your warrant search.The office is also located on South Johnstone Avenue in Bartlesville, OK (telephone: 918-337-2870).While the staff is not permitted to offer legal advice on any court cases or arrest warrants, they are permitted to explain to you how to search for cases and to assist you with obtaining copies of court documents.

Washington County, OK crime statistics

Even though there were nearly 15,400 crimes reported in Washington County from 1999 through 2008, the overall crime rate dropped during that period.Roughly 8% of the overall crimes committed during this time were violent in nature including 5 murders, 153 rapes and 983 assaults.However, the most common type of crime committed in Washington County was theft-related.There were over 10,000 thefts reported and almost 3,000 burglaries reported between 1999 and 2008.

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