Hudson County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

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An arrest warrant search from Hudson County, NJ can be conducted through the use of the most wanted list from the local law enforcement agency as much as it can be launched by taking your request to a concerned state department. However, before you pull up sleeves for an online inquiry, it should be understood that you may not always find your subject in this list.

The sheriff’s department will rarely include details on offenders who are accused of petty crimes such as misdemeanors of Class C and D in this collection of criminal data. Another aspect about this list is that you will find details on Hudson County outstanding warrants from it but there are no details on arrest records in it.

If you would rather launch a traditional inquiry into the issue of active warrants and the arrests made under these directives, you can try going to the:

  • The sheriff’s: Hudson County Plaza, 257 Cornelison Ave, Jersey City, New Jersey 07306
  • The magistrate’s: 595 Newark Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07306
  • The county clerk’s: 583 Newark Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey 07306

The most wanted list can be found online at: https://www.hudsoncountysheriff.com/wanted or you could visit the local police precinct and simply look at the photographs and details of criminals on the run posted on their notice boards. One of the advantages of launching an inquiry through a state agency is that when you approach a judicial department like the office of the county clerk, you can also access civil court dockets. So, your search will yield more extensive results.

In Hudson County, New Jersey, nearly 24,000 criminal incidents are reported on an annual basis. Of the complaints registered with the police, approximately, 17% are against violent criminal acts. Fortunately, there was some respite for the residents in the form of a decrease of almost 30% in violent crime rates and a drop of nearly 35% in reported criminal activity.