If the sheriff’s office is the agency that you go to for your arrest warrant search in Cheshire County, you will only find details on active warrants that were issued by the local courts and the arrests made with these orders. In other words, if a criminal matter has occurred outside their jurisdiction or the state of New Hampshire, the justice agencies in your area will not have the resources to inform you about this.
This is the reason why private agencies have garnered the stellar fan following they enjoy. For one, you simply have to insert the name of the subject in the form above to find crime history data on him/her. You will never have to leave your house again for conducting an arrest warrants related inquiry.
Above all, you can access arrest records and information on outstanding warrants from Cheshire County, the state of NH and the country on the whole. As expected, you will be charged for the services but state agencies work on a similar principle. So, you will be paying regardless of who finds the information for you.
Two things work in favor of state departments; the first being the fact that they can furnish a proper background certificate. This will be useful if you want to get a job in the medical and health sectors. The second is the ancillary information such as civil court dockets, etc that you can find with these agencies. So, if you wish to contact them, go to the addresses listed below or connect with a private entity by filling the form above.
- The sheriff’s department: 12 Court St, Keene, New Hampshire 03431
- The magistrate’s court: 12 Court St, Keene, NH 03431
- The county clerk’s office: 33 West Street, Keene, New Hampshire 03431
Can you get information on recent arrests and active warrants from Cheshire County over the phone? (2021-data)
- To access the report of an event handled by the police (arrests and accidents), call 603-352-4238.
- For questions about judicial records active warrants, call 855-212-1234.
- To inquire about recent arrests, call 603-903-1600.
- For victim’s assistance and advocacy, call (603) 355-3013.
Crime statistics of Cheshire County
In 2019, the Cheshire Sheriff’s Department filed approximately 7 criminal reports. Property offenses accounted for all complaints filed and included offenses such as larceny-theft (5 incidents) and burglary (2 cases).
Older crime statistics
After the rise of almost 50% seen in the rates of violent and overall crime, Cheshire County, New Hampshire now registers an annual crime rate of nearly 1000 cases. Every day almost 3 complaints are filed with the local police and in about two of these, the victim is close to his home or office when the incident occurs.