Chesterfield County court cases and criminal records
Active warrants and criminal history reports
How do you access Chesterfield warrants and arrest records over the phone? (2021)
All information pertaining to criminal matters is considered sensitive. Yet, some of it is freely released in the public domain by the local judiciary and the Sheriff’s Office. So, if you can make do with a limited amount of information, you can call these offices on:
- Local Law Enforcement: They may help you with some information pertaining to active warrants over the phone. Call them on (843)623-2101 for a warrants-specific inquiry.
- The Detention Center: After arrests, all detainees are processed at this facility. So to find out about recently arrested individuals (arrests made in the last 12 hours), you can get in touch with them on (843)623-3385.
- Circuit 4 Solicitor’s Office: Victims of crime can call the Solicitor’s Office for information about their case. Also, this agency handles criminal offense expungement requests. For more details on these matters and court dates, call on (843) 897-1107.
- The magistrate’s Court: You can also get in touch with the Magistrate’s court for a warrant search. Call the judicial agency’s Central Office on 843-623-3431. For bond-related information, call the Bond Court on 843-623-226 and for information on the criminal and domestic violence cases being handled by the Magistrate’s Court use the phone number (843) 623-9009.
- The Clerk of Court: For a case search, this is the best agency. However, unless a matter is scheduled to come up for hearing in a few days, you will not get information about it over the phone. Having said that, calling the agency on (843) 623-2574 would still be worth your time because they will guide you on how to get the information you need for free or for a nominal fee.
Chesterfield County, SC crime data
Although there was a marked reduction in the occurrence rates of certain crime types in 2019, the overall image looked bleak for Chesterfield County. Property crimes increased from 1372 cases to over 1400 complaints. But, things were worse in terms of violent crimes, which spiked at 249 complaints, showing a rise of nearly 25% from 2018.