Brevard County Florida Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(5)Brevard County Police Departments
Brevard County School Security2700 Judge Fran Jamieson WayMelbourneFL32940321-633-1000
Brevard County Police Departments
Cape Canaveral Police Department111 Polk AvenueCape CanaveralFL32920321-868-1113
Cocoa Beach Police Department20 South Orlando AvenueCocoa BeachFL32931321-868-3251
Cocoa Police Department1226 West King StreetCocoaFL32922321-639-7620
Florida Highway Patrol Troop D - Cocoa3775 West King StreetCocoaFL32926321-690-3900
Indialantic Police Department216 5th AvenueIndialanticFL32903321-723-7788
Indialantic Town Police Department220 5th AvenueIndialanticFL32903321-723-7788
Indian Harbour Police Department40 Cheyenne CourtIndian Harbour BeachFL32937
Melbourne Airport Police Department1 Air Terminal ParkwayMelbourneFL32901
Melbourne Beach Police Department507 Ocean AvenueMelbourne BeachFL32951321-723-4343
Melbourne Police Department650 North Apollo BoulevardMelbourneFL32935321-409-2200
Melbourne Police Department - Babcock Street Station701 South Babcock StreetMelbourneFL32901321-409-2200
Melbourne Village Police Department555 Hammock RoadMelbourne VillageFL32904321-725-7224
Palm Bay Police Department130 Malabar Road SoutheastPalm BayFL32907321-952-3456
Rockledge Police Department1776 Jack Oates BoulevardRockledgeFL32955321-690-3988
Rockledge Police Department123 Barton BoulevardRockledgeFL32955321-690-3988
Satellite Beach Police Department510 Cinnamon DriveSatellite BeachFL32937321-773-4400
Titusville Police Department1100 John Glenn BoulevardTitusvilleFL32780321-264-7800
West Melbourne Police Department2290 Minton RoadWest MelbourneFL32904
Brevard County Sheriff Department
Brevard Sheriffs Office North Precinct700 South Park AvenueTitusvilleFL32780321-264-5208
Brevard County FBI Office
Melbourne Florida FBI Office6767 North Wickham RoadMelbourneFL32940321-757-5824
Brevard County Probation Department
Brevard County Probation Department571 Haverty CourtRockledgeFL32955321-252-4774
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Florida Warrant Records – Conducting Background Checks Online to Find Background Information on Anyone

Warrant Records in Brevard County Florida are maintained and updated by the Brevard County Clerk of Court. These records include, but are not limited to, warrants of arrests, judgments, imprisons or parole, driving convictions, and a host of other records. These records are available to the public from the courthouse of your county. You can find them online through the clerk of court’s website.

The general public have all the right to conduct an arrest warrant search on any person. It is important that you realize that you are charged with the crime of Criminal Law, regardless of whether you were committing a crime at the time of your arrest. This is because ” felonious” charges such as those arising from domestic violence, battery, theft, assault, and so on, are all considered “felonies” by the courts. The record of a felony is filed within the state, and the state will make its own copies of the records for the criminal conviction. For the most part, this means that you will need to obtain a criminal history report from the courthouse to satisfy the warrant.

In Florida, as in many other states, there are strict laws when it comes to obtaining warrant records. First, you are required to show evidence of probable cause that the person is in actual physical custody of the arresting party. Second, you are required to show evidence that the person has been arrested for a crime when the warrant was served. Lastly, you are required to show that there is a reason to believe that the person may be violating the law at the time of the arrest. There are several reasons to obtaining a criminal history report, including the following:

* When hiring a new employee to work at your company, you want to make sure they don’t have any past criminal records. In fact, in many cases you will also want to take the time to check up on any prospective nanny or babysitters. Someone who is able to physically abuse a child will likely have a warrant out for their arrest. When interviewing potential employees or tenants you should be aware of the potential risk with hiring an individual with a criminal record. As a matter of fact, there are often times when an employer will not hire someone with a warrant. If you do find out in the process that there is a warrant out for an individual, it is always your responsibility to discharge the individual immediately and keep them from having access to your home.

* A person convicted of a felony or crime that is on a sex offender’s list is required by state law to provide you with a copy of their arrest record. In some instances, this can be a misdemeanor offense and considered a summary offense. Regardless, it is always important to know that a person with a criminal record has been convicted of a felony and that they must provide you with a copy of their arrest record. Fortunately, obtaining these types of warrant records is very easy.

When conducting a search for Florida warrant records, it is advised that you use an online service that is well known and reputable. You want to find a service that provides accurate information because you do not want to make a mistake in your search. Also, if you ever need to conduct a search in the future, it is a good idea to find a company that you can rely on time after time. Most legitimate companies have a money back guarantee if you are not satisfied with their services. Keep this in mind when researching companies to conduct a background check on a prospective employee or client.

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