Cumberland County Pennsylvania Arrest Warrants Search

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Active warrants are required whenever the police believe a crime has been committed and the respective individual who is a suspect in the case needs to be incarcerated. These documents need to be signed by a judge in order to become active. Outstanding warrants of arrest are also active types of warrants that have not been fulfilled or executed by the local police authorities in Cumberland, PA.

Cumberland County, Pennsylvania Sherriff’s Office provides information regarding the matter of bench arrest warrants that are active warrants of arrest having been issued by a judge or a district magistrate against those individuals who were deemed to be in contempt of court. Individuals are considered to be in contempt of court whenever they intentionally violate an order or condition that has been given to them by a judge or district magistrate. These types of warrants are to be issued for both criminal and civil matters and their issuing immediately authorizes on-site arrests. This toll-free number: 1.888.697.0371 for the Pennsylvania Sherriff’s Office (in the Bench Warrants division) could offer the additional information you might need in relation to other Cumberland County, PA active warrants and extra warrant records.

This link could provide you with the information regarding the full name, docket number, arrears balance, and city of the main bench warrant arrests.

Cumberland County, PA joins hands with other counties in Pennsylvania where the total number of crimes from the 1999 to 2008 timeframe reached 20,000. As a matter of fact, there were more than 24,000 total crimes recorded here on official grounds, according to statistics. Out of these crimes, nearly 8 percent were violent. Out of the 2,500 crimes that transpire here on a yearly basis, nearly half of them happen less than a mile from the home of the victim. There is a crime occurring every 180 minutes in Cumberland County. There were more than 200 rapes and around 15 homicides recorded. Of the 20,000 thefts recorded, more than 800 of those incidences included stolen vehicles.


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