Escambia County Florida Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Escambia County Police Departments
Pensacola Junior College Police Department1000 College BoulevardPensacolaFL32504850-484-2500
Pensacola Police Department711 North Hayne StreetPensacolaFL32501850-435-1900
Pensacola Regional Airport Police2430 Airport BoulevardPensacolaFL32504850-436-5000
University Of West Florida Police Department11000 University ParkwayPensacolaFL32514850-474-2415
Escambia County Sheriff Departments
Escambia County Sheriffs Office - Administration1700 West Leonard StreetPensacolaFL32501850-436-9630
Escambia County Sheriffs Office - Big Lagoon 2nd Precinct12950 Gulf Beach HighwayPensacolaFL32507850-492-2445
Escambia County Sheriffs Office - Brownsville Precinct2817 West Cervantes StreetPensacolaFL32505850-595-0270
Escambia County Sheriffs Office - Century 6th Precinct7500 North Century BoulevardCenturyFL32535850-256-6194
Escambia County Sheriffs Office - North Pensacola 4th Precinct97 West Hood DrivePensacolaFL32534850-494-7420
Escambia County Sheriffs Office - South Pensacola 3rd Precinct3810 Barrancas AvenuePensacolaFL32507850-453-7580
Escambia County Sheriffs Office Cantonment - Molino 5th Precinct5844 U.s. 29MolinoFL32577850-587-2142
Escambia County Sheriffs Office Pensacola Beach 1st Precinct43 Fort Pickens RoadPensacola BeachFL32561850-932-9211
Escambia County DEA Office
Pensacola Florida DEA Office125 West Romana StreetPensacolaFL32502850-469-2666
Escambia County FBI Office
Pensacola Florida FBI Office125 West Romana StreetPensacolaFL32502850-429-1300
Escambia County Probation Department
Escambia County Probation Department2251 North Palafox StreetPensacolaFL32501850-595-3100
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(16)Escambia County Police Departments
Florida Highway Patrol Troop A - Pensacola150 Stumpfield RoadPensacolaFL32503850-484-5000

Warrant Records – The Basics

Warrant Records in Escambia County Florida are maintained by the Department of Corrections. In order to serve warrants, corrections staff must file an application with the circuit court clerk in the county where the person is wanted. If approved, the clerk will assign a public records search officer to verify the identity and arrest warrant of the individual. Once the records are verified, the individual will be turned over to the county sheriff for further processing. Once this is completed, the warrant will be served to the person’s third parties.

In Florida, an arrest warrant may be issued if the person fails to appear at his or her court date. Warrant searches are performed to verify that the individual did attend to their court date. Warrant records in Escambia County will include an arrest warrant if a warrant has been issued for the same person. Warrant records also include a certified copy of the arrest warrant, the reason for the warrant being issued, the name of the arresting officer who issued the warrant, and any other information that may prove helpful in identifying the person.

There are different reasons for issuing a warrant. In some instances, a warrant will be issued when the person fails to appear at a mandatory court date. A warrant can be issued when a person is wanted on a civil basis, for failure to pay child support. Sometimes an individual will be arrested for criminal activity. In these instances, the person can be held in jail until their trial date.

Warrant records state whether a warrant has been issued and the reasons behind issuance. These records can sometimes be helpful to law enforcement officials in making their case. For example, if an individual is wanted on suspicion of being involved in criminal activity, an investigator will access the local courthouse records to find out if there was a warrant issued. This will help the investigator to find out whether the person was actually at the courthouse when the warrant was issued.

Warrant records state if the warrant was renewed or not. If a warrant is renewed, it will state why it was granted. If a warrant is lost, it can state that it was “revised” or “revoked.” Warrant records state if the person was found to be in violation of the terms of the warrant. This will indicate that additional investigation is required to determine the violations.

Warrant records also include all traffic stops, searches, arrests, and interrogations. If there has been a stop and arrest warrant, the record will also show the date, the name of the arresting officer, and the reason for the arrest. If a person is stopped and suspected of criminal activity, there may be further interaction with the officer and search of his or her car. Warrant records show the date of authorization for the search. They will also show if the search was conducted at the police station or outside of it.