San Juan County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Utah Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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Anybody can initiate an arrest warrant search in San Juan County, UT as long as the applicant is willing to drive down to a state office. The police as well as the judiciary understand the advantages of disseminating crime history information among the public which is why request for information on active warrants and arrests are handled expeditiously.

In fact, the sheriff’s office has a division that exclusively handles such inquiries. The public services/records sub section of the department keeps information on all arrest warrants issued in San Juan County and the detentions made. The offices of the magistrate and the county clerk are the other agencies in the state’s judicial network that keep this information. They can be contacted at:

  • The police: 297 S Main St, Monticello, Utah 84535
  • The judiciary: 117 S Main St, Monticello, UT 84535
  • The clerk of court: PO Box 789, Monticello, Utah 84535

An alternative approach is to go through a private establishment. You can find one through this website. The form on top of the page will help you to access a third party repository of arrest records and outstanding warrants from San Juan, the other counties of Utah and all other states.

A nominal fee will be charged for the services. However, you will get the results of your search almost instantly and then there is the convenience of searching for arrests and warrants related records without setting a foot outside.

Over the phone, how do you acquire information on San Juan County warrants and arrests? (This page was last updated in 2021.)  

  • Information on recent arrests can be procured by calling (435) 587-2237.
  • Judicial records can be requested by calling (435) 587-2122
  • Victim’s services can be sought by calling (435) 587-2128/(435) 319-9574 (Domestic violence and sexual assault)

Crime statistics of San Juan County

San Juan County’s yearly crime average decreased by 43% in 2019, to 44 incidents. The annual violent crime rate stood at 6, and included 1 rape case and 3 serious assaults.

More than 25 of the complaints made against property crimes were for larceny theft, while over 7 were for burglaries.

Older crime statistics

San Juan County, Utah possibly has one of the lowest crime rates in the state. With an annual crime average of 100 incidents and violent crime figures that are well below the 10 incident level, residents have little to worry about or so it seems. However, it should be noted here that there has been a rise of almost 35% in criminal occurrence rates across the board.

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