Jackson County, Oregon Arrest Records and Warrants

Oregon Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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The ever increasing crime rates are a testament to the worsening law and order situation in the country. Despite this, if you have not felt the need to get a warrant search done in Jackson County, OR, you are either a very brave soul or an incredibly naïve person who feels that bad things just won't happen to him.

Unfortunately, this mistaken belief is what has got scores of people into a lot of trouble as anti social elements found their way into the homes and workplaces of these individuals causing harm to life and wealth. So, do not let people take you for a ride, look for information on any active warrants in the name of a person before including him in you circle.

A search for arrest records, arrest warrants and outstanding warrants from Jackson County can be conducted through the following agencies:

  • Department of the sheriff: 787 W 8th St, Medford, Oregon 97501
  • Magistrate's court: 505 Oak St, Central Point, OR 97502
  • County clerk's office: 10 South, Oakdale Room#114, Medford, Oregon 97501

You will have to file a formal request with the records division of Jackson County sheriff's office or the court of the magistrate to get a background report. If this information is being sought as a personal crime history check for a job, you can get the report notarized through the office of the magistrate.

The department of the county clerk will allow you to browse through their database of court dockets in a quest to find arrest warrants issued in the county. Of course, if you need printed reports, these can be procured by paying a nominal fee that is meant to cover the cost of the agency.

In Jackson County, OR an estimated 6000 criminal complaints are filed each year. Of this, the incident rate for violent crime stands at 5% of the total annual crime numbers and property crimes account for the remaining 95%. Through the decade that started in 1999, violent crime grew by nearly 50% while the growth in overall crime rates was modest at just about 20%.

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