Kalamazoo County, Michigan arrest Records and Warrants
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As is the case with most counties of Michigan State, Kalamazoo County does not offer any online provision for a warrant search. In fact, despite three agencies offering information on active arrest warrants in the area, seekers of this data are often harassed by the fact that the whole process of searching for outstanding warrants is both time consuming and arduous.
Also, many people are simply uncomfortable with the prospect of visiting the justice center or even the sheriff's office in search of these records. Needless to say, this turns many people away from this process. However, faced by a lack of alternatives, your only option is to visit the local sheriff's office or the county court when looking for data on Kalamazoo arrest warrants.
For the office of the sheriff, you will have to drive down to 1500 Lamont Ave, Kalamazoo, Michigan 49001.Once there, ask for the records or the public services division; these are charged with the handling of arrest records and their dissemination to the public.
You can also go to the county clerk's office or the magistrate's court. The former is located at 201 West Kalamazoo Avenue, Kalamazoo, Michigan 49007 while the latter can be reached by going to 150 East Crosstown Parkway, Kalamazoo, MI 49001.If you are wondering how these two agencies figure in the warrant procurement process; the magistrate's office releases the warrant while the clerk of court maintains information about it in the dockets.
An advantage of approaching the county clerk's office of KalamazooCounty over the sheriff's department is that the judicial division will also be able to help out with information in civil matters.For instance, you could find out if the subject of your inquiry is embroiled in any property or monetary litigations along with criminal matters.
Over the ten year period from 1999 to 2008, the rate of violent crime dipped to well below one thousand incidents only in one year-2003; otherwise it held steady over the decade with only a modest 16% increase. In contrast, there was significant movement in the rate of property thefts which jumped right up to 11000 in 2006, yet the overall increase in the incident rate of this category was confined to about 17%.