Saluda County warrants and Arrest Records Search

South Carolina Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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A freshly issued order for arrest is termed as an active warrant, while a directive stored in the justice database of the area will be known an outstanding warrant in legal speak. When you seek an arrest warrant search in Saluda County, SC, you will be told about detention decrees that have been served and those that are yet to be executed.

In terms of power, there is no difference between these directives. An old order for arrests is as potent as one that has been issued a few hours ago. As a matter of fact, the police become all the more vigilant when dealing with criminals who have yet to be arrested under the provisions of a warrant.

The FBI is also notified of such orders; the central law enforcement agency maintains arrest records from Saluda County and the rest of the nation in their database. This information is available to police officers on request. Actually, most justice agents are encouraged to conduct inquiries through this database when making arrests.

However, you can only find information on outstanding warrants from Saluda County. For this data, you will have to approach a judiciary branch or a wing of local law enforcement. The sheriff’s office would be a good starting point for warrant searches. Similarly, the magistrate’s court and the clerk of court’s department will also be able to do justice to your inquiry. You can connect with these agencies at:

  • The sheriff’s: 100 Law Enforcement Drive, Saluda, South Carolina 29138
  • The magistrate’s: 100 E Church St, Saluda, SC 29138
  • The county clerk’s: 100 East Church Street, Suite 6, Saluda, South Carolina 29138

From 2001 onwards, an estimated 300 criminal cases were lodged in Saluda County, South Carolina, every year. Of these instances, almost 70 were violent criminal acts. In fact, every year in this period, violent criminal occurrences accounted for about 20% of the annual crime average.