Wyoming County, Pennsylvania Warrants and Arrest Records

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Although several government agencies maintain an online presence, few of these websites offer an option for an online warrant search in Wyoming County, Pennsylvania.This of course means that if you need to know about outstanding warrants issued against somebody, you will have to take a trip down to the office of a government agency.

Before you start scouting for state departments that keep details on arrest records from Wyoming County, Pennsylvania along with all active warrant issues, it would certainly help to understand how these detention orders move through the justice system of the state.

To begin with, the police file a complaint with the local, criminal tribunal after completing their investigation. In this affidavit, the accused is named and an explanation is offered on why the incident is deemed illegal and the involvement of the offender in it.

The affidavit also has details on the victim of the crime and witnesses to the act; these people may be called in for a sworn testimony if the information offered in the writ is found to be inadequate for the purpose of establishing probable cause.

Because a formal warrant hearing takes place before such an arrest order is granted, not only the sheriff's office and the magistrate's court but also the county clerk's department maintains records pertaining to all active warrant issues. These can be found in the court dockets maintained for criminal cases. So, for records of Wyoming County arrest warrants, you can head to:

  • The office of the sheriff: 1 Courthouse Sq, Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania 18657
  • The court of the magistrate: 100 Warren St, Tunkhannock, PA 18657
  • The department of the clerk of court: Same as above

There has been a marked reduction in the rates of violent crime in Wyoming County, PA; a steady downward trend can be seen from 2004 onwards. Overall there has been a decrease of nearly 600% in the average of reported crime and a reduction of over 300% in the rate of violent crime. Despite t5his, over 450 criminal complaints are filed in the area every year.

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