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How do you view a list of outstanding arrest warrants?

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State, county and city websites often publish lists of outstanding arrest warrants. Some of the authorities update the lists on a daily or hourly basis, and the lists are free and open for anyone to peruse.

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The website of the Connecticut Office of Policy and Management features a database of outstanding arrest warrants for violation of probation. The database permits searches by various categories, such as name, court location, town or any combination of the three. The Office of Policy and Management updates the list each morning.

On the website of the City of Arlington Municipal Court, there is a list of outstanding arrest warrants. The list is in PDF and is approximately 6,100 pages long, as of 2015. The document obliges website visitors to peruse for individual names, although a Web page word search using a browser or a PDF in-text search using the Find function under Edit are both possible.

Hall County in Nebraska publishes outstanding arrest warrants alphabetically by last name on HCGI.org. There are also printable lists of outstanding arrest warrants and virtual lists of new arrest warrants entered within a seven-day window. There is even a database of photos and sketches of Hall County's most-wanted fugitives. Website visitors can search the Hall County list by clicking the letter of a person's last name or by a surname search.

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