|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(12)Columbia County Police Department|
|Lake City Police Department||225 Northwest Main Boulevard||Lake||FL||32055||386-752-4344|
|Columbia County Sheriff Departments|
|Columbia County Criminal Investigation Service||4917 Florida 10||Lake||FL||32055||386-758-1095|
|Columbia County Sheriff - Civil Division||173 Northeast Hernando Avenue||Lake||FL||32055||386-758-1109|
|Columbia County Sheriff Headquarters||4917 U.s. 90||Lake||FL||32055||386-752-9212|
|Columbia County Sheriff Substation||Florida 47||Fort White||FL||32038||386-752-9212|
|Columbia County Sheriff's Office||4917 West US Highway 90||Lake||FL||32055||386-752-9212|
|Columbia County Sheriff-Warrants Division||Northwest Quinten Street||Lake||FL||32055||386-755-4471|
|Columbia County Sheriffs Office / Columbia County Jail||Northwest Quinten Street||Lake||FL||32055||386-755-7000|
|Columbia County Probation Departments|
|Columbia County Probation Department||934 Northeast Lakedesoto Circle||Lake||FL||32055||386-752-0126|
|Desoto County Probation Department||934 Northwest Desoto Street||Lake||FL||32055||386-752-0126|
|Gilchrist County Probation Department||112 Southwest Main Boulevard||Lake||FL||32025||386-752-0126|
|Marion County Probation Department||260 South Marion Avenue||Lake||FL||32025||386-755-9419|
|Columbia County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Columbia County Arrest Records|
|Columbia County Arrest Warrants|
|Columbia County Child Support Warrants|
|Columbia County Criminal Records|
|Columbia County Most Wanted|
|Columbia County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Columbia County Sex Offender Registry|
|Columbia County Sheriff's Office FAQ Page|
|Columbia County Sheriff's Office Inmate Search|
|Columbia County Sheriff's Office Website|
Warrant Records Can Be a Vital Tool For Checking Out Someone’s Criminal History
Warrant Records in Columbia County Florida are maintained by the Department of Corrections. If you are being held in jail in Columbia County Florida under the Broward County jail system, you should know that these records are maintained by the corrections department. These records contain the personal information of the person who has been arrested and is being held in jail. This information can include the person’s date of birth, social security number, any outstanding warrants that are out for their arrest, and other personal information. In addition to this the records also show whether the person has ever been convicted of a crime in Florida.
This criminal history data can help the court order checks, parole hearings, and also be used for a re-offender’s re-sentencing. If the person has a clean record then they will not have a criminal background check on their records. However, if the person has a past crime then the results from this report can be used to help aid the Court Appointed Probate or Conditional Sheriff in determining if a person is guilty of a crime or not. The Probate Court then uses this report to issue a conditional jail sentence or parole. The Conditional Jail sentence may be modified if the person successfully completes an approved education program.
There are certain requirements that must be met by the person that is arrested and taken to the jail. First, the person must sign an Affidavit of Indigence. An Affidavit of Indigence is a sworn statement by the person saying that they do not know whether they are qualified to have a warrant. If the person does sign an Affidavit of Indigence, it is recorded by the courthouse as a legally binding document. The record of an Affidavit of Indigence is considered public information. Any law enforcement agency that requests information on an individual’s record will have to go through this process.
Next, the person must provide the clerk of court with their proper identification. Once the person has provided the proper identification, the clerk of court will grant a certificate of identity and then proceed to issue a warrant. A copy of the affidavit and warrant will then be forwarded to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for verification. The FBI will conduct its own background investigation before determining whether or not a person is eligible to have their criminal history check.
Warrant Records can also be used in determining if a person has a reasonable suspicion to suspect that a person has engaged in criminal activity. This is called a “parancopular search.” The parancopular search can give an investigator an idea of a person’s criminal activity or arrest record. It is important to be aware that just because someone is being arrested does not mean they are being charged. Parancopular searches only provide information on arrests that occurred within a specific jurisdiction.
Warrant Records are kept by various different government agencies. Some of these agencies include the Federal Bureau of Investigation, U.S. Marshals Service, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Drug Enforcement Administration and Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Each agency maintains its own database of warrants, pending cases and criminal activity that they are required to keep public. If a person is arrested for a warrant, they should know their local courthouse to find out if they have the right to request to have the warrant lifted or have their record sealed.