Before initiating a search for arrest warrants in Beaver County, PA, it is necessary first to understand what an arrest warrant is and how exactly it functions in Pennsylvania.
First of all, a warrant of arrest exists to extend the state’s law authorities to an individual county. This warrant allows the respective county, in this case, Beaver County, to use its law enforcement employees to apprehend and incarcerate the citizens named by the individual warrant. A sitting judge issues arrest warrants in Beaver County once the local police evidence convinces them that they are likely responsible for a particular crime. Once the judge signs off on the request, it will turn into an active warrant. Outstanding warrants are active warrants who have lost their legal force because they have not fulfilled them in the County.
This link here http://beavercountycrimesolvers.com/501.html?*session*id*key*=*session*id*val* allows you to initiate your search for arrest records in Beaver County with a list of the most wanted criminals here. (Included is information such as pictures, a physical description, the last known address or location of the individuals, and the crimes they are being accused of.) Another search option may be found online for a more thorough search of the county’s criminal records.
How do access arrest records and details on warrants from Beaver County over the phone? (Valid in 2021)
- To get a warrant search done, call the Warrant division at 724-512-2393/94
- To find out about recent arrests, dial the phone number of the Regional Booking Center- 724- 512-2391/92
- To access arrest records or conduct an inmate search, call the Beaver County Jail at 724-378-8177.
- To contact Victim/Witness Services, call the Victim Advocate at 724-773-8573.
- To get a certified statement of a criminal conviction, call the Clerk of Circuit Court at 724-770-4586.
Crime Statistics for Beaver County, Pennsylvania
In 2018, the Beaver County Sheriff’s Office received around 4,300 criminal complaints, compared to the almost 5400 cases handled in 2017. There were 3000 property offenses and around 1300 violent crimes among them.
According to official statistics, a person falls victim to a crime in Beaver County, Pennsylvania, every 240 minutes. Around 1.7 percent of these crimes murders, 6.24 percent are rapes, and around 58 percent are car thefts. Half of the total number of crimes that occur here every year (more than 2,000 total) occur less than one mile from the victims’ dwelling. On a larger scale, according to official crime statistics, there were more than 20,000 crimes recorded between 1999 and 2008.