Caddo County, Oklahoma Warrants and Arrest Records

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Get ready to put in some legwork if you want details on active warrants from Caddo County, Oklahoma. In fact, these details won’t come by easily as you will have to visit at least one state agency for your warrant search. Although the judiciary and the local police maintain an online presence, they do not provide details on criminal matters through the internet.

So, if you would like to gather details on outstanding warrants from Caddo County through the sheriff’s office, drive down to 201 W Oklahoma, Anadarko, Oklahoma, 73005. While there, you could also check out the most wanted list for the area as this is often put up in plain view in the agency office. If you are looking for in-depth information on your subject’s criminal past, the police will undoubtedly be able to dig out the details on even outstanding warrants, which are well over a decade old.

Another government agency that also accepts requests for a Caddo County warrant search is the magistrate’s court. Because the sitting judge of a tribunal with criminal jurisdiction issues arrest warrants, this agency records details of such detention decrees even before the sheriff’s office. The courthouse is located at 201 S w Oklahoma AveAnadarko, OK 73005. The magistrate’s representative will help you with an overall search for arrest warrants and orders issued in a certain case.

Finally, a third agency that can be contacted with such requests is the office of the clerk of court. This judicial department has the court dockets database, which is a written account of the trial proceedings. The county clerk and his team work out of the same courthouse mentioned above.

From 2001 to 2008, almost 6000 crime reports were filed in Caddo County, OK.So, every year through this period, nearly 750 complaints were filed with the sheriff’s office. Also, the estimated decrease of 17% in reported crimes, a dismal increase of just 2% in the average of violent criminal activity, points to an improving crime scenario in the county.

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