Duval County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(15)Duval County Police Departments
Duval County School Police1720 Lansdowne DriveJacksonvilleFL32211904-858-6100
Duval County Police Departments
Atlantic Beach Police Department850 Seminole RoadAtlantic BeachFL32233904-247-5859
Baldwin Police Department275 U.s. 301BaldwinFL32234904-266-4468
Florida Highway Patrol Troop G - Jacksonville7322 Normandy BoulevardJacksonvilleFL32205904-695-4115
Jacksonville Aviation Authority Police Department2400 Yankee Clipper DriveJacksonvilleFL32218
Jacksonville Beach Police Department101 Penman Road SouthJacksonville BeachFL32250904-247-6343
Jacksonville City County Police Department501 East Bay StreetJacksonvilleFL32202904-630-2120
Jacksonville Police Department501 East Bay StreetJacksonvilleFL32202740-767-2448
Jacksonville Sheriffs Office501 East Bay StreetJacksonvilleFL32202904-630-2120
Neptune Beach Police Department200 Lemon StreetNeptune BeachFL32266904-270-2411
University Of North Florida Police Department4567 Saint Johns Bluff Road SouthJacksonvilleFL32246
Duval County Sheriff Department
Duval County Sheriff's Office501 East Bay StreetJacksonvilleFL32202904-630-5898
Duval County DEA Office
Jacksonville Florida DEA Office4077 Woodcock DriveJacksonvilleFL32207904-348-5225
Duval County FBI Offices
Jacksonville Florida FBI Office7820 Arlington ExpresswayJacksonvilleFL32211904-721-1211
Jacksonville Florida FBI Office6061 Gate ParkwayJacksonvilleFL32256904-248-7000
Duval County Probation Department
Duval County Probation Department328 North Ocean StreetJacksonvilleFL32202904-301-4800
Duval County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Duval County Clerk of Court Records
Duval County Clerk of Court Records (Florida)
Jacksonville City Government Parking Tickets
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Crime Map
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Department of Corrections Website
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Inmate Search
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Most Wanted
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Police Press Releases
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Basic Warrant Records Search Information

Warrant Records in Duval County Florida

The Public Defender’s Office in Duval County Florida has compiled a web site called “Warrant Records” which gives a list of all warrants issued in Florida. These warrants are issued by local, state, or federal authorities. All warrants must be signed by an authorized officer and the person served has to give their name, address, and date of birth as well. Some warrants may be automatic, meaning that they will be carried out automatically if the proper forms are filed with the court. Others require an application to be filed with the court and then the person must attend an intake interview. This form is needed to let the defender know if the applicant wants to be present during the warrant signing process.

To start searching for a warrant, you will need the person’s name, date of birth, middle name, middle initial, last name, and state or county where the warrant is issued. Enter all of this information into the search box on the webpage of Warrant Records. The database can give you the exact name, birth date, and state of issuance of any warrant in the United States. If you have a previous address, you can find out if it is still valid. If you have a Social Security number, you can enter it to get a more precise search.

The records will also give you a criminal history record of the person if one exists, as well as warrant status (pending, revoked, or exercised). Each record will also have the warrant type (felon, civil, etc), the date of issuance, and whether the warrant was lifted or cancelled. The website will tell you whether the records are available electronically.

Searching for Florida warrant records will allow you access to all felony, misdemeanor, and infraction charges that a person may have faced in the past. Some of the information that you will obtain will show the crime the person is charged with and the agency that handled the case (jail, police, state police, etc.). It will also give the nature of the crime, the arrest, date of arrest, jurisdiction, and the disposition of the case. If the person has been convicted of at least one crime in the past three years, their records will also be provided.

Warrant records do not only pertain to criminal offenses. They will show other information as well. For instance, the records will tell you the name of the person, their date of birth, the social security number, date of marriage or divorce, and much more. These details can help you find a person quickly. If you have any suspicions about someone, but don’t know for sure if they are telling the truth, this information will be invaluable.

There are many reasons to run a name check on a person. You might want to make sure that a person is who they say they are. You might have some suspicions of your partner cheating on you. Whatever your reason, it is important to find out the truth, and these records will allow you to do just that.