Madison County, Illinois Arrest Warrants Search

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An arrest warrant issued in Madison County, Illinois is a judicial document that instructs the police to arrest and detain a person. A myriad of factors can affect the warrant and its issuance; from the crime in question to the previous record of the suspect and even the issuing authority.

An arrest warrant will be issued in case of both felony as well as misdemeanor; however, the difference is that when an arrest is ordered for the latter, the warrant is restricted to the state in which it issued. However, in case of a felony charge, the individual in question can be arrested in any state across the country and deported to the county in which the warrant was issued.

Arrest warrants are issued after a writ petition is submitted in the criminal court requesting the authority to take a person in custody. The affidavit has to contain vital information related to the case including the nature of the criminal activity, the role of the individual against whom the warrant is being requested and the evidence available that points to the involvement of the said person.

Once issued, the arrest order is termed as an active arrest warrant and it stays in effect indefinitely till an arrest has been made. The only time that an arrest warrant is retracted is in case of lack of evidence in the matter. An active warrant that has not been served for a while after issuance is known as an outstanding warrant and regardless of how old the order is, an arrest can still be made under its provisions.

For arrest records in Madison County, contact the Sheriff’s Department at 405 Randle Street, Edwardsville, IL 62025 or call the law enforcement agency on 618-692-6087. Another option is to use the online form given above that offers access to an online database that can be used for a warrant search.

The crime average in Madison, IL per 100,000 is well over the national average of 311 although the overall rate of reported criminal activities has gone down marginally from 1999 to 2010. Thefts, robberies and burglaries constitute the highest instances of crime in the county while felonies like arson, rape and murder figure at the lower end of the crime chain.

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