Dodge County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Minnesota Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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For an arrest warrant search in Dodge County, MN, you have to follow a very simple system that entails writing to a state agency or visiting their office in person to file your request. While there isn’t a lot of hassle involved in the process, a lot of applicants do not relish the idea of spending time at the police station twiddling their thumbs while arrest records against the subject are pulled up for them.

In fact, when this inquiry is needed for official reasons, people submit to the grind but when the data is needed for informative purposes only, most find the prospect of driving down to the office of a state agency utterly futile and time consuming. You can also send your requests for information on Dodge County active warrants through mail.

However, it will take the law enforcement and judicial departments at least a week to ten days to address such inquiries. Once again, the sheer amount of time taken to conduct the search can be a dampener. However, it will help to know here that only official agencies can offer notarized background reports. Some of the agencies that you can contacts for information on arrests and warrants are:

  • The sheriff’s department: 22 E 6th St, Mantorville, Minnesota 55955
  • The magistrate’s court: 22 6th St NE, Kasson, MN 55944
  • The county clerk’s office: PO Box 128, Mantorville, Minnesota 5595

Another way to go about the process is to fill the form you see on top of this page; this will get you access to a privately maintained database of arrest records and outstanding warrants from Dodge County and elsewhere.

With an overall crime rate of 175 incidents and a violent crime rate of just 2% of this figure, Dodge County, Minnesota seems to be one of the safest neighborhoods in the state. However, this belief is quickly quelled when you take one look at 80% increase seen in overall criminal activity and the 50% rise observed in violent acts.