It is possible to get a complete criminal profile in response to an arrest warrant search from Maui County, whether the inquiry is being conducted in your name or that of a third party. However, you won’t be getting this information free of charge. The justice assembly of HI and private establishments charge a fee for providing details on active warrants and arrests.
It is possible to find a most-wanted list from state agencies such as the DEA or approach the local police precinct for information on cases where arrests are being sought urgently. The court’s office clerk is one agency that at least won’t charge for viewing details on criminal history.
Their office has several public computer terminals that can be used to access the repository of court dockets. Since this database has information on criminal and civil matters, you are bound to find details on Maui County outstanding warrants and arrest records in it. If you want to take the information collected back home with you, be ready to shell out a few bucks per print.
The sheriff’s office and the magistrate will allow its deputies to handle the warrant search for you, and you will be charged a fee for the inquiry even if the results are inconclusive or show that the subject does not have any arrest warrants to his name. The agencies mentioned herein can be reached at:
- The office of the sheriff: 55 Mahalani St, Wailuku, Hawaii 96793-2155
- The court of the magistrate: 200 S High St, Wailuku, HI 96793
- The department of the county clerk: As above
If you need information on Maui County recent arrests and warrants, whom should you call? (In 2021)
- Details about arrests can be found by calling the Maui Police Department (MPD) at (808) 244-6400
- Requests for inmate search and inmate arrest records can be made by calling the Maui Community Correctional Center at (808) 243-5101.
- Inmate visitation-related inquiries should be directed to (808) 243-5861.
- Investigations-related details can be obtained by calling the Investigative Services Bureau at (808) 244-6416.
- Details about active warrants can be requested by calling the MPD Records Section at (808) 244-6355.
- Judicial data such as case records and court dockets can be requested by calling the Legal Documents Division of the 2nd Circuit Court at (808) 244-2969.
- Help for crime victims can be requested by calling the Victim Witness Assistance Division at (808) 270-7695.
Crime statistics of Maui County
Overall, there was a slight dip of 1.6% in the reported index crime rate of Maui County in 2019. But, this offered little cause for celebration since the rate of violent crime continued to rise unabated.
In fact, through the decade, the violent crime rate of the area has increased by over 50%. Nearly 29,000 criminal complaints were filed in 2019 of which index offenses accounted for around 5500 complaints, while the rest were connected with Part II offenses.
Of the cases registered, around 500 were against violent crimes, with instances of assault bringing in the maximum number of complaints at 271. Of the 5000 cases filed against property crimes, about 3750 were against larceny-theft.
Of the 8500 criminal cases lodged in Maui County, Hawaii, about 3% are violent. The majority of the annual crime rate can be attributed to instances of theft and burglary with a cumulative yearly average of nearly 7000 cases.