Crook County, Oregon Arrest Records and Warrants

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In Crook County, Oregon, active warrants are issued once the police file an affidavit in court, apprising the judiciary of a criminal occurrence in the area and specific facts related to the case and the involvement of the accused in the matter. The sitting magistrate retains the authority to grant requests for arrest warrants and other legal provisions like search orders.

An active warrant issued in Crook County or any other part of the country comes with the promise of immense authority for the arresting, law enforcement officials. A peace officer can enter the home of the accused to effect the arrest and take this individual into custody when he is found to be lodged inside a privately owned or public property.

Also, detentions resulting from the use of Crook County outstanding warrants can occur at any time, and such orders can even be served outside the geographical bounds of the area in which they were issued. Information on arrest records and warrants is kept by all justice agencies in the county and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which hosts a central repository of arrest warrants-related information.

While the FBI cannot be contacted for third-party record inquiries, you can get in touch with the agency if you need a personal background report. On the other hand, the local government agencies listed below will be only too willing to undertake a warrant search in Crook County for you. The applicant can visit the department offices at:

    • Law enforcement: 308 NE 2nd St, Prineville, Oregon 97754
    • Judiciary: 300 NE 3rd St, Prineville, OR 97754
    • Records keeping branch: Same as above


Is it possible to get information on Crook County arrest warrants and recent arrests over the phone? (2021-Update)   

  • (541) 416-3620 – Call the Crook County jail for inmate search, services and visitation
  • (541) 447-6398 – Call the Sheriff’s Office for arrest records, incident and accident reports
  • (541) 447-4168 – Call Prineville PD for an arrest report or information on warrants linked to cases handled by them.
  • (541) 475-3317 – Call the judiciary’s info line for details pertaining to active warrants
  • (541) 447-6541 – Call the Court Administrator for judicial records inquiries.
  • (541) 447-4158 – Call the Crook County Victim Services Office for victim’s assistance

Crime statistics of Crook County

Property crimes accounted for the majority of the nearly 145 crimes reported in Crook County in 2019, with 126 complaints. There were about 25 burglaries and around 93 larceny thefts in this category. In the category of violent crimes, there were 14 reports of aggravated assault and 3 homicides.

Older crime statistics

Crook County, OR is an area with a low crime rate at just 600 incident reports filed each year. In terms of violent crime, the county once again ranks low with an occurrence rate of no more than 90 cases filed per annum. However, this is almost 15% of the total annual crime average, higher than the figures for most other geographical divisions of the state.

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