Williamson County IL Warrants and Arrest Records

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Searching for arrest warrants in Williamson County has become easier due in part to the internet.Some court systems now have online indexes where the public can search for criminal cases and active warrants.Even if the court system in your area does not have an online resource to search for arrest warrants, you can visit the Clerk's Office in person to request a search of the public records.Both open and closed court cases are public record unless the case has been sealed by order of the court.Furthermore, the Sheriff's Office in your county can assist with warrant searches.You just need to know where to look in order to find arrest warrants issued in your county.

Williamson County has some case information available online through its website; however, you cannot obtain copies of arrest warrants or court records online.Furthermore, the information online may be delayed a few days and not be the most current information available for a criminal case.To get the most up-to-date information or to obtain copies of court records, you must visit the Clerk's Office in person.The office is located at 407 N. Monroe Street in Marion, IL 62959 (telephone: 618-997-1301).It is prudent to contact the office by telephone to ask about any special procedures for obtaining copies or searching court records before you make a trip to the office.

For information on outstanding warrants that have not been served, the best resource is the Williamson County Sheriff's Department.The records division of the Sheriff's Office can provide information about arrest warrants, arrest records and criminal background searches.The office is located at 200 West Jefferson in Marion, IL 62959 (telephone: 618-997-1301).The staff will not be able to answer any questions by telephone about a specific arrest warrant.

Williamson County, IL crime data

Crime rates for Williamson County are not available online; however, the information is probably available by request from the Sheriff's Office.The annual crime rate for the State of Illinois is approximately four crimes per 1,000 residents each year.


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