Marion County, Oregon Warrants and Arrest Records

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Pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act of the state, details on Marion County, Oregon arrest records and warrants are available to any person who is willing to file a formal request for such data. You will only have to visit the nearest justice agency to seek information on outstanding warrants.

The search criteria that will have to be furnished to initiate the inquiry will include: the first and last name of the subject, age, gender, race, possibly a social security number, and current address. Once you have these details, walk into the offices of one of the agencies listed below and fill their warrant search request form.

  • Law enforcement: 100 High St NE, PO Box 14500, Salem, Oregon 97309
  • Judicial agency: 100 High St NE, Salem, OR 97301
  • Marion County clerk’s office: 555 Court Street North East, Salem, Oregon 97309-5036

It will usually take the office no more than a few days to get you a detailed background report. You can seek arrest warrants-related information on third parties and get a personal background check done through these agencies. Such a report is usually sought from potential employees when the job offer is in the health care sector.

The release of an active warrant shows that the sheriff’s office has found ample evidence against the accused. So, while the judicial order does not prove guilt, it is a solid indication that both the judiciary and the police concur on an individual’s possible involvement in a criminal act.

In Marion County, OR, the local police have to deal with no less than 13,300 complaints annually. Of this distinctly high figure, nearly 5% of the complaints are filed against violent criminal acts. On the other hand, property crime figures reach well into 12000 cases per year point at an out-of-control scenario. Despite this, the police have been unable to curb the growth of nearly 50% in the area’s crime rates.

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