Hennepin County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Minnesota Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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An arrest warrant search in Hennepin County, Minnesota does not take a lot of time or effort, particularly because the local police department offers a lot of information on criminal matters online. For instance, if the subject is a habitual offender and has more than one outstanding warrant to his name or if arrests are being sought in connection with serious criminal misdoings, you can easily find details about the person in question in the most wanted list.

The sheriff’s office provides online access to this list through their website at http://www.hennepinsheriff.org/jail-warrants/most-wanted/list. However, it is should be noted here that not everybody with active warrants from Hennepin County will find their names in this list. In fact, the police will only publish details about an offender when they have been unable to take him into custody.

For all other inquiries, you can get in touch with one of the three agencies listed below. These offices provide name based warrant searches and in response to such inquiries, they will offer details on the arrest records in the name of the subject, outstanding warrants that are to be executed, court details on how criminal charges against the person were handled and more. To get your warrants and arrests search started, go to:

  • The sheriff’s department: Room 6, Courthouse, 350 South Fifth Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55415
  • The magistrate’s court: 401 4th St S, Minneapolis, MN 55415
  • The county clerk’s office: 300 South Sixth Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55487-0083

Over the last couple of years, there has been very little movement in the crime averages of Hennepin County, Minnesota. Despite this, nearly 51,000 criminal incidents are reported in the area per annum which makes this one of the more unsafe regions of the state. Of the crime complaints filed with the police, almost 12% can be attributed to violent crimes.