Hernando County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(26)Hernando County Police Departments
Brooksville Police Department87 Veterans AvenueBrooksvilleFL34601352-754-6800
Hernando County Police Departments
Florida Department Of Law Enforcement - Brooksville18900 Cortez BoulevardBrooksvilleFL34601352-544-2384
Florida Highway Patrol Troop C - Brooksville11319 Ponce De Leon BoulevardBrooksvilleFL34601352-754-6767
Hernando County Sheriff Departments
Hernando County Sheriffs Department-Headquarters18900 Cortez BoulevardBrooksvilleFL34601352-754-6830
Hernando County Sheriffs Office - Eastside Substation34240 Cortez BoulevardRidge ManorFL33523352-583-3355
Hernando County Sheriffs Office - Hernando Beach Substation4139 Shoal Line BoulevardHernando BeachFL34607352-597-3300
Hernando County Sheriffs Office - Masaryktown Substation399 Broad StreetMasaryktownFL34604352-754-1235
Hernando County Sheriffs Office - South Brooksville Substation835 School StreetBrooksvilleFL34601352-799-1515
Hernando County Sheriffs Office - Spring Hill Substation7499 Forest Oaks BoulevardSpring HillFL34606352-688-5000
Hernando County Probation Department
Hernando County Probation Department328 West Jefferson StreetBrooksvilleFL34601352-796-8181
Hernando County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Brooksville Police Department Arrest Records
City of Brooksville Police Department Press Releases
Hernando Clerk of Court and Comptroller Court Records
Hernando County Arrest Warrants
Hernando County Child Support Warrants
Hernando County Crime Stoppers Most Wanted
Hernando County Criminal Records
Hernando County Most Wanted
Hernando County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Hernando County Sex Offender Registry

Warrant Records – Information You Need To Know

Warrant records are basically any type of court case files that have been issued between a judge or a jury and the person who is accused of committing a crime. The warrant will be either out for your arrest, or it will state that you are required to attend a trial within a short period of time. In Florida, warrants can only be issued by a judge. There are different types of warrants that are filed. If you are being investigated for a crime in Hernando County, then you will need to know what type of warrant you have.

Warrant Records in Hernando County Florida

If you are involved in a road accident in Florida and the other driver leaves the scene, then there may be a warrant out for your arrest. Another reason that you may have a warrant would be if you were suspected of breaking into someone’s home or car. In these cases, the police will make an arrest without the necessity of a warrant by using a search warrant, or an arrest warrant.

In some cases, people can get a warrant for their own arrest. If you go to the police station and ask for identification, they will ask for your signature as evidence that you are who you say you are. Without a signature, then it is not possible to match your fingerprints to the arrest warrant. To add to the confusion of warrant records, sometimes the same person can have more than one outstanding warrant out for their arrest. For example, a couple living under the same roof could have a warrant out for their arrest because they both failed to appear at their court date.

You can find out more about a person’s history by checking Florida’s Records of Incorporation (RICO). The best place to start searching is the Broward County Clerk of Court’s website. This site offers all kinds of public information, including everything that is filed in the county government court houses. You can access this information by going to the website, and logging in using your personal information. The Records of Incorporation (RICO) will be listed along with the person’s name.

Some other useful sites on the internet include the National Sex Offender Registry (NSOR), which can tell you if a person you know has been convicted of a sex offense. If you are trying to hire someone to work in your home, you can check to see if they are free of any sex offenses. If you have any suspicions of your neighbors, you can check to see if they have a criminal background. Some people try to cover up their identity by using different names, so knowing who they really are may be the best way to catch them in the act. Having a search conducted for the person’s name will give you all the information that you need to confront them with.

If you do have a question regarding any of the information on warrant records, you should call the sheriff’s office in the county where the person got the warrant. You can either drop by the office or send an email. A representative will be able to tell you whether or not you can pick up the warrant. There is a small fee involved, but it is usually very nominal compared to what it would cost to hire a private detective. The process of getting access to public records is much easier today than ever before.