All Pulaski County, Georgia arrest warrants are issued after the sitting magistrate of a criminal tribunal has had the chance to deliberate on the police affidavit filed for the order. The sheriff's office collects all information pertaining to a criminal matter. This is put in writing and handed over to the judiciary in the form of a petition which is used to clarify probable cause.
The offender in question is to be arrested almost immediately once an active warrant has been given to the police. If this cannot be done, there is a legal provision which cuts the trouble of filing another affidavit. These orders do not expire.This means that a Pulaski active warrant can cause the arrest of an offender even several years after its issue.
Outstanding warrants, as they are known, are held in the database of the Pulaski County sheriff's office as well as a repository managed by the FBI. These can be procured by police officers from just about anywhere in the country. In fact, the usual arrest protocol followed by law enforcement officials entails a check through this database.
While the FBI database is out of bounds for public applicants, it is possible to get a state agency to look for arrest records from within the state of Georgia. In fact, when you do a warrant search in Pulaski County, all this information is included in the results of the inquiry. If you are looking for such details, the government offices that you should go to are:
- Sheriff's: 350 Commerce St, Hawkinsville, Georgia 31036
- Magistrate's: 105 Lumpkin St, Hawkinsville, GA 31036
- County clerk's: PO Box 60, Hawkinsville, Georgia 31036
Of the 150 crimes that take place in Pulaski County, GA every year, almost 19% are violent in nature. This amounts to almost 600 criminal acts that occurred from 2002 to 2008. Fortunately, the worrisome average of violent crime was offset by the reduction of almost 2600% in the number of occurrences in this category.