Waseca County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Minnesota Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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In Waseca County an arrest warrant search can be conducted in a matter of second or it might take a few days to hunt down the criminal history of your subject depending on the route you take. Typically, the choices of applicants interested in data on arrest records and active warrants include MN state agencies and private organizations.

Government departments: In this category are the offices of the magistrate, the sheriff and the clerk of court. Of these three, the police would be your best bet for crime history reports that pertain to Waseca County arrest records and outstanding warrants. The county clerk’s office can furnish information on criminal cases as well as civil litigations.

As far as the office of the magistrate goes, through this department you can find details on arrest warrants, bench warrants, summons and more. You will have to write to the concerned agency or visit them in person to launch the search and you will have to pay a fee for the service.

  • The police: 122 3rd Ave NW, PO Box 226, Waseca, Minnesota 56093
  • The judiciary: 307 N State St, Waseca, MN 56093
  • The clerk of court: Given above

Private establishments: These work online and collect information on criminal history including active warrants and arrests from state sources. This data is then offered for consumer consumption through their website. Once again, the applicant will have to incur a small cost for conducting the inquiry. Fill the form above to avail this service.

In Waseca County, Minnesota, nearly 2380 criminal incident occur annually. Of these crimes, about 22 cases pertain to violent acts while the remaining figure comprises of property crimes including thefts and burglary. Although there was a slight increase of less than 5% in reported criminal activity in the area, the drop of almost 75% in the figures of violent crime more than made up for this increase.