Gulf County Florida Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(22)Gulf County Police Departments
Mexico Beach Police DepartmentFourteenth StreetPort St. JoeFL32456850-648-5964
Gulf County Police Departments
Port Saint Joe Police Department410 Williams AvenuePort St. JoeFL32456850-227-1414
Port St Joe Police Tips Line410 Williams AvenuePort Saint JoeFL32456850-227-1414
Gulf County Sheriff Departments
Gulf County Sheriffs Department / Gulf County Jail1000 Cecil G. Costin Sr. BoulevardPort St. JoeFL32456850-227-1115
Gulf County Sheriffs Office - Substation310 Florida 71WewahitchkaFL32465850-639-3037
Gulf County Probation Department
Gulf County Probation Department310 Florida 71WewahitchkaFL32465850-639-2095
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How Can I Search For Warrant Records?

Warrant Records in Gulf County Florida are maintained in two places: at the Office of the Clerk Recorder in Gulf County and in the Florida Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles or DMV. At the Office of the Clerk Recorder, all warrants that have been filed must be produced to the office no later than six months after the arrest. Out of sight, out of mind indeed. However, these documents can be demanded by any person. The DMV will accept requests for certified copies that are attested to be true and correct. In other words, these are legal documents that have to be produced as proof.

In addition, when applying for a concealed weapons permit, the applicant is required to fax over two sets of records, one of which would be the “warrant record”. Florida specifically provides for this second set of documents because the first set, the ” affidavits of causes of action” are not admissible as legal evidence. Therefore, there is no way a person could use the affidavit to obtain a concealed weapons permit. Additionally, the Clerk Recorder will require that the applicant fax such documents as a certified copy of the arrest warrant, which is also false.

Warrant records are also maintained at the Florida Bureau of Investigation. These agencies are not allowed to provide a copy of a warrant to a third party. Instead, they are authorized only to give a copy to law enforcement officials or other specified parties involved in an investigation. If the person wanted a copy of the underlying documents, he has to go through the Bureau of Investigation and show them the arrest warrant. This can only be done within the county or state jurisdiction.

A copy of an arrest warrant is considered as public record. This means that it can be viewed by the general public. It is available at local police stations, courthouses, and other government agencies. However, some counties and states restrict the access to these records to officials designated by the Office of the Clerk Recorder. These records also cannot be sold for commercial purposes.

Warrant records can also be searched via the Internet. This is useful if a person wants to verify a person’s background. Also, certain employers run background investigations on potential employees to see if they have any criminal records. This is also a convenient way of doing a background check.

The Internet is also a reliable tool for tracking down someone. For instance, the Department of Defense maintain a huge database of records on people. Likewise, the Federal Bureau of Investigations have a central database that hold information on all US persons. This can help law enforcement officials in locating a person if he has absconded. It is also a good way of knowing a person’s history.

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