City of Galax Warrants and Arrest Records Search

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An easy way to get a City of Galax arrest warrant search done is to go to the local police. The law enforcement agency has information on all criminal matters that have occurred in the area. Add to this the fact that the sheriff's department makes arrests in all such cases and that they also place the request for active warrants and it is easy to justify their position in the top spot of the places to go to for a crime history inquiry in VA.

The sheriff's office takes information on a criminal case, the evidence they have collected against the accused and the words of the witnesses and the victim against the suspect to the local criminal court. Then, it is left to the magistrate to find probable cause to presume the involvement of the accused in the crime through the use of this information. Once active warrants are issued, there is nothing standing in the way of the arrests.

Police officers can go to any lengths to effect the detention of people who have warrants out against them. In fact, they are expected to do so as these judicial orders demand top priority and speedy execution. If ever, such a decree remains un-served, it is kept in the police database as a City of Galax outstanding warrant, till it can be served.

Along with the judiciary, the office of the sheriff also performs the all important function of keeping other law enforcement agencies and the public at large apprised of the criminal transgressions that have occurred in the area. So, to look for information on City of Galax arrest records and active warrants, you can approach:

  • The police: 353 N Main St, Galax, VA 24333
  • The county clerk: 353 North Main Street Suite 204, Galax, Virginia 24333
  • The court of the magistrate: As above

There has been a deterioration in the crime rates of the City of Galax, Virginia through the ten years from 2001 to 2011. The overall annual crime average went from 260 incidents per 100,000 people to 298. Significant upward trend was observed in the number of assaults, thefts and burglaries. However, the number or robberies did go down from 71 to 59.

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