Holmes County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(29)Holmes County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Holmes County Probation Department201 North Oklahoma StreetBonifayFL32425
Holmes County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Holmes County Sheriffs Office211 North Oklahoma StreetBonifayFL32425850-547-4421
Bonifay City Police Department809 South Waukesha StreetBonifayFL32425850-547-3661
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Searching For Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Holmes County Florida

There are a variety of reasons why people may need to access or review the contents of someone else’s warrant. For instance, if you have a child that is going on a date and you do not know where they are going or if you are concerned about your nanny making a few extra dollars, you can look at the warrant to see if there is anything wrong. Also, if you have lost contact with a friend you may want to have this information before you go and meet them.

If you are in the market for someones background it may be useful to search for their criminal record to see if there are warrants out for their arrest. This is important because it will let you know that they have been arrested for a crime that you are not going to want to have happen to you. You can also run a search on a school if there are reports of trouble going on with the school and this could lead to finding out whether or not the person in question has ever been suspended from or expelled from a school.

Obtaining a copy of a warrant is very simple. In Holmes County, Florida all you need to do to obtain a warrant is to fill out the Request for Search of the Criminal Records database. After your name is entered you will get the details of where the warrant is, the name of the person who owns the warrant, and their current address. Some warrants will last for months while others are only a few weeks old. The more recent the warrant the longer it will take to find the person’s record. Also, you must state in the application that you are not using the information for any other reason than searching for the person’s criminal record.

If you wish to go even further you can actually have the warrant thrown out if it was issued under false pretenses. This means that if the person was arrested for shop lifting you can have the warrant thrown out. This works in all states but is especially important in Florida where almost any citizen can obtain a warrant for any reason.

Warrant records have become incredibly easy to search through thanks to the internet. There are several companies out there who have access to thousands of police files across the country. They charge a small fee for lifetime access to their criminal records database which is probably the best part about it. You will never have to worry about where you are spending your money again.

It is very important to know what kind of search you are doing. If you are just trying to look for basic information you should probably not use a free service because the searches tend to be very limited. However, if you are looking to view more detailed information you will most likely be better off using a reputable and paid database. Even then, you will not always be able to view all of the data that you want to. The amount of time it will take for you to recover your costs will depend on how extensive your search was.