Clackamas County, Oregon Arrest Records and Warrants
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Clackamas County, Oregon arrest records can be found with numerous government sources. Apart from the local law enforcement agency which is an obvious choice when conducting warrant search, you can also approach the court of the magistrate, the department of the county clerk and the state corrections office.
- The police: 2223 S Kaen Rd, Oregon City, Oregon 97045
- The magistrate: 807 Main St, Oregon City, OR 97045
- The county clerk: 906 Main Street, Oregon City, Oregon 97045
For generic crime information lookup, it would be best to approach the office of the sheriff. In fact, the agency furnishes a lot of data through their website. For instance you can find a list of Clackamas County's most wanted at http://www.clackamas.us/sheriff/mostwanted.html. Additionally, the justice department can also furnish information on annual crime figures, trends and more.
When looking for details on outstanding warrants from Clackamas County, you should also get in touch with the office of the magistrate. The representative of the judge will be able to tell you about all detention orders including bench warrants issued against a person and he/she will also be able to offer insight on the circumstances that led to the issue of the active warrant.
The department of the clerk of court is another judicial agency that accepts request to look for arrest warrants from the area. The court dockets database maintained by them holds records for the criminal and civil tribunals from the county. So, you can get more than just a crime history report from this office.
Clackamas County, OR is in the list of areas of the state with the highest recorded crime figures. The annual incident rate for the county currently stands at well over 9000 cases per annum. Of these, only about 340 complaints are filed each year in violent instances. The local police have been unable to control the burgeoning crime rates with an increase of nearly 50% seen across the board in all criminal categories.