Cass County, Illinois Warrants and Arrest Records

Illinois Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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In the state of Illinois, you are given the right to inspect all publicly held records. This includes information on active warrants and arrest records from Cass County. However this data is only disseminated in response to a formal inquiry placed by a civilian applicant. To conduct the search, the person who is looking for information will have to visit a state office.

The agencies that record information pertaining to active and outstanding arrest warrants from Cass County, Illinois include:

  • The sheriff’s office: 101 Front St, Virginia, Illinois 62691
  • The magistrate’s office: 100 E Springfield St, Virginia, IL 62691
  • The county clerk’s office: Given above

All three departments host their very own database of arrest records and active warrant related information. Apart from details pertaining to the issue of detention orders, these repositories also hold a range of other data depending on the agency that maintains it. For instance, through the office of the sheriff, you will be able to access a list of the most wanted criminals in Cass County, information on all judicial processes released in criminal matters, incident rates and more.

On the other hand, the court of the magistrate will not only be able to get a generic warrant search done but also they will be able to find details on a specific case. For example if you would like to know about any Cass bench warrants issued against the subject or even search orders to that matter; this information can be found from the magistrate’s court.

Similarly, the county clerk’s office will be able to furnish information on criminal as well as civil matters by extracting details from their court dockets database.

Larceny and motor vehicle theft pose the highest risk for the residents of Cass County, IL. These crime categories clocked in risk levels of 28 and 17 respectively. In comparison, robbery had the lowest risk average of just one while murder and assault both had an average of 7.

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