Albany County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Wyoming Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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Both offline and online options are available for people who are keen on an arrest warrant search in Albany County, WY. Among the latter are the whole gamut of state agencies that are in any way involved in the issue of active warrants. This would include the office of the magistrate, the police and the county clerk.

Of this triad, the office of the magistrate is at the head since it has the authority to issue not just Albany County arrest warrants but also other legal provisions such as search orders and criminal summons. In fact, the courts can issue bench warrants without involving the police in the process.

Yet, when it comes to making arrests or even the execution of search warrants, it is the cops who have the responsibility of obeying the tribunal’s diktat. For this, they are given special powers when working under Albany County outstanding warrants. For instance, police officers can even walk into the home of the accused to apprehend him.

So, it comes as no surprise that all other areas of the state including private properties are also accessible to cops when they are trying to serve an arrest warrant. The office of the clerk of court keeps a record of the happenings of the tribunal sessions. This court dockets database contains information from the civil and criminal courts in the area. So, to find information on Albany County arrest records and warrants, you can go to:

  • The sheriff: 525 Grand Ave Suite 101, Laramie, Wyoming 82070
  • The magistrate: 525 E Grand Ave, Laramie, WY 82070
  • The clerk of court: Courthouse, Room 202, Laramie, Wyoming 82070

Over the last few years, the police of Albany County, Wyoming have been receiving about 1000 criminal complaints annually. Of the cases filed, a bit over 5% were matters linked to violent crime. Thefts had the highest incident rate at nearly 750 cases. Fortunately, there was a decrease of almost 90% in the average of violent occurrences.