Yamhill County, Oregon Warrants and Arrest Records
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There can be several reasons why you might want to do a warrant search in Yamhill County, Oregon. Neighbors, employees, new acquaintances are often subjected to a warrants inquiry in the interest of safety. So, you certainly won't be the odd one out if you take such a measure to ensure the well being of you loved ones. To look for information on arrest warrants, you will have to go to the police or the judiciary.
While the sheriff's office will be able to provide an exhaustive amount of data on crime related subjects including active warrants issued in Yamhill County, the judiciary does not come in second when it comes to the extensiveness of the information held by them.
Just like the sheriff's office can provide crime stats, a most wanted list and more, the office of the magistrate and the county clerk's department together hold information on every matter that ever entered the judicial system of Yamhill. The magistrate's court can furnish details on bench warrants, summons, search orders and other judicial decrees.
On the same lines, the county clerk's office which is responsible for the upkeep of the court dockets database will be able to handle search requests for outstanding warrants. All three agencies will charge a small fee for providing printed reports. However, if you do not need the results in black and white, you can always browse through the repository maintained by the clerk of court's office by using the public service terminals at the Yamhill County justice center.
- The police: 535 E 5th, McMinnville, Oregon 97128
- The office of the magistrate: Same as above
- The department of the clerk of court: Fifth and Evans, Room 119, Mcminnville, Oregon 97128
Nearly 2000 crimes are reported in Yamhill County, OR every year of which 90 incidents are violent in nature. The decade long crime average, starting in 1999 and ending in 2008, stood at a whopping 20,000 cases. Despite the obviously worrisome figures, there was only a modest growth of 7% in the overall rates of reported and violent crimes.