Hood River County arrest records are assimilated based on the data on warrants that have already been served and cases in which the offender was taken into custody without first seeking a judicial order for arrest. An active warrant once issued by the local courts is made a part of the judicial database, the repository maintained by the county clerk’s office, and the police records.
The court services division of the sheriff’s office receives arrest warrants from the local tribunal and forwards them to the records division and the department’s deputies. If the order cannot be executed within a short period after its release, information about it is filed in the outstanding warrants database maintained by the local police and the FBI.
The judiciary is also kept in the loop about pending arrests, as a warrant will be held back by the sheriff’s department until it is executed. Once the directive is served, the original document is sent to the office of the magistrate. Again, a note is made of the custodial detention that occurred through the use of the decree. The office of the county clerk is also notified of the arrest through the arraignment hearing.
Because all three agencies, along with the FBI and the Department of Corrections, are involved in the process of arresting and processing the criminals, trying offenders, and meting out the punitive orders of the court, you can conduct a warrant search through any of the agencies listed below.
- Office of the sheriff: 309 State St Co Courthouse, Hood River, Oregon 97031
- Office of the clerk of court: 601 State Street, Hood River, Oregon 97031
- Office of the magistrate: 309 W State St, Hood River, OR 97031
The Oregon DOC will only provide information on prisoners serving time in state incarceration facilities, while the Federal Bureau of Investigation will only undertake personal crime history checks.
In Hood River County, almost 370 crimes transpire each year. While nearly 350 of these cases are filed against property crimes, less than 20 incidents can be categorized as violent in nature. This, despite the growth of over 60% observed in the rates of violent crime from 2000 to 2008.