Burlington County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

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Arrest warrants from Burlington County, New Jersey are routinely sought by cops to ensure that a criminal who has commissioned an illicit act cannot give the law a slip. If arrests occur right after the crime has been committed or from the scene of the incident while the accused is trying to flee the area, warrantless detentions are legally acceptable.

However, barring these scenarios, the sheriff’s office will need to seek active warrants for all other custodial detentions. In order to seek an arrest order from the judiciary, the court services division of the sheriff’s office submits a probable cause application in court that is used to determine if the police have enough proof to conclude with reasonable surety that the crime was indeed a handiwork of the alleged offender.

Once this has been confirmed, a warrant is issued to the law enforcement agency. Information on such orders and arrest records are kept by the office of the magistrate as well as the clerk of court’s department that maintains the court dockets. So, when interested in a warrant search in Burlington County, you can go to any of these offices.

In fact, when trying to get information on outstanding warrants from these agencies, you may even stumble upon data pertaining to any civil cases that the subject may currently be embroiled in. To approach the offices mentioned above, go to:

  • Law enforcement agency: 49 Rancocas Road, Mt Holly, New Jersey 08060
  • The county magistrate: 49 Rancocas Rd, Mt Holly, NJ 08060
  • The clerk of court: 49 Rancocas Road, Mount Holly, New Jersey 08060

In Burlington County, NJ, nearly 8000 crimes take place per annum. Of these only about 9% can be categorized as violent. The most commonly occurring crime in the area is theft with an estimated 5700 reports filed against such incidents every year. Through the ten years between 1999 and 2008, there has been a slow but steady climb of almost 26% in the rates of crime.