|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(17)Flagler County Police Departments|
|Flagler Beach Police Department||204 South Flagler Avenue||Flagler Beach||FL||32136||386-517-2020|
|Flagler County Police Departments|
|Bunnell Police Department||East Court Street||Bunnell||FL||32110||386-437-7508|
|Police Department||201 West Moody Boulevard||Bunnell||FL||32110||386-437-7508|
|Flagler County Sheriff Departments|
|Flagler County Sheriffs Office||1001 Justice Lane||Bunnell||FL||32110||386-437-4116|
|Flagler Sheriffs Department - Palm Coast Substation||17 Old Kings Road North||Palm Coast||FL||32137||386-437-4116|
|Flagler Sheriffs Department- Hammock Substation||79 Mala Compra Road||Palm Coast||FL||32137||386-437-4116|
|Flagler County Probation Department|
|Flagler County Probation Department||2729 East Moody Boulevard||Bunnell||FL||32110||866-398-0782|
|Flagler County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|City of Bunnell Crime Map|
|Flagler County Arrest Warrants|
|Flagler County Child Support Warrants|
|Flagler County Circuit Court Records|
|Flagler County Criminal Records|
|Flagler County Jail Records|
|Flagler County Most Wanted|
|Flagler County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Flagler County Sex Offender Registry|
|Flagler County Sheriff Police Press Releases|
|Flagler County Sheriff's Office Website|
How to Find Out More Information About Warrant Records
Warrant Records in Flagler County Florida are maintained by the Clerk of Court, Office of the Courts. It is legal to have a warrant for any person or item that is charged with a crime in Florida. The record of a warrant can be an out-of-state warrant, a federal warrant, or a state warrant. People who are arrested without warrant are not released because they are considered as “arrested without warrant.”
Warrant records in Florida are available for public access through the courts. These records are basically the criminal history records of a person. This can be used by law enforcement agencies and the media for investigative purposes. The records of a warrant are kept in two places: in the court house and in the county jail. The warrant will show the name of the person who is accused of the crime, his or her address, and his or her name, birth date, social security number, and any other identifying information.
Most warrants are issued on suspicion of a crime. This means that the person is being accused of a crime whether he or she is guilty or not. A warrant can be issued either for a definite period of time or for a definite amount of time. If a warrant is first put in motion then it remains in effect until the person who was arrested has been served with the citation, and has been found guilty of the crime.
Warrant records in Florida are considered public record, meaning anyone can obtain information about a person’s arrest or pending arrest. The only exception to this is if the warrant is related to a kidnapping or child abuse, then the details of the arrest will be kept private. However, if there are no signs of foul play then the details of the warrant will be released to the public. However, before you try to obtain arrest records you must go through the courts system in order to find out if the person you want to search has a valid warrant.
There are several ways of how a warrant can be obtained. If the person you want to look up does not have a warrant you can perform a search by using the person’s name, phone number or address. This method does not work very well though as most warrants are eventually canceled, or obeyed. If this method does not work you can use a court’s civil registry to see if there is any record of the person. If there is a record then you can get the persons address, name and other relevant warrant records from the courthouse. This method tends to be very time consuming.
There are different types of warrants as well. First there are arrest warrants which are placed by police for the arrest of a person. Subpoenas may also be issued for certain violations of the law such as obstruction of justice. Another type of warrant is for failure to appear at a proceeding. Warrant records will help you learn more about any warrants that may be out there against you.