Greene County, PA Warrants and Arrest Records

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An active arrest warrant issued in Greene County, PA stays in the national and state criminal database indefinitely. However, there are several variables that can impact the execution of this arrest order. For instance, arrest warrants released in misdemeanor cases are seldom executed outside the issuing county. In contrast, an outstanding arrest warrant that was issued in a felony works across borders.

The sheriff's department of Green not only has information on all types detention orders issued by the local criminal and civil courts but also they retain arrest records pertaining to all matters in which in an individual was taken into custody. So, the law enforcement agency should certainly figure on your list of places to go to when doing a warrant search.

The office of the sheriff is situated on 10 East High Street, Suite 106, Waynesburg, Pennsylvania 15370 and they can be contacted over the phone at 724-627-7207. Unfortunately, the justice agency does not offer any form of online support, so you cannot even find a most wanted list on their site.

The county clerk's office and the magistrate's court are judicial sources that can offer you the very same information on warrants and arrests. Both agencies are located in the same place as the sheriff's office. So, if you drive down to 10 E High St, Waynesburg, PA 15370, you can visit all three.

For contacting the clerk of court's office, you can simply dial 724-852-5281. Once at the judicial agencies simply request to look through the information stored in the court dockets.

Over the 8 year interval starting from 2001 and going up to 2008, there has been a distinctive improvement in the crime rates of Greene County, PA. Not only did the average for overall crime go down by almost 80% but also the rate of violent crime plunged by a massive 170% plus. This has greatly impacted the number of criminal incident reports filed in the area each year which now stands at less than 200 cases per annum.

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