Lee County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(35)Lee County Police Departments
Lee County Jail2115 Doctor Martin Luther King Junior BoulevardFort MyersFL33901239-477-1500
Lee County Police Departments
Cape Coral Police Department1100 Cultural Park BoulevardCape CoralFL33990239-574-3223
Cape Coral Police Department815 Nicholas Parkway EastCape CoralFL33990239-574-3223
Florida Gulf Coast University Police Department10501 FGCU Boulevard SouthFort MyersFL33965
Florida Highway Patrol Troop F - Fort Myers4700 Terminal DriveFort MyersFL33907239-278-7100
Fort Myers City Police Department2210 Peck StreetFort MyersFL33901239-321-7700
Sanibel Police Department800 Dunlop RoadSanibelFL33957239-472-3111
Southwest Florida International Airport Police Department11000 Terminal Access RoadFort MyersFL33913239-768-1000
Lee County Sheriff Departments
Lee County Sheriffs Department - Alpha District121 Pondella RoadNorth Fort MyersFL33903239-477-1810
Lee County Sheriffs Department - Bonita Springs District10560 Reynolds StreetBonita SpringsFL34135239-477-1000
Lee County Sheriffs Department - Bravo District1301 Homestead Road NorthLehigh AcresFL33936239-477-1820
Lee County Sheriffs Department - Charlie District17105 San Carlos BoulevardFort Myers BeachFL33931239-477-1830
Lee County Sheriffs Department - Delta District8951 Bonita Beach Road SoutheastBonita SpringsFL34135239-477-1840
Lee County Sheriffs Department - Echo District15650 Pine Ridge RoadFort MyersFL33908239-477-1850
Lee County Sheriffs Department - Echo District Substation2210 Widman WayFort MyersFL33901239-477-3055
Lee County Sheriffs Department - Gulf District360 East Railroad AvenueBoca GrandeFL33921941-964-2400
Lee County Sheriffs Office14750 6 Mile Cypress ParkwayFort MyersFL33912239-477-1000
Lee County DEA Office
Fort Myers Florida DEA Office12730 New Brittany BoulevardFort MyersFL33907239-275-3662
Lee County FBI Offices
Fort Myers Florida FBI Office2000 Main StreetFort MyersFL33901239-337-7171
Fort Myers Florida FBI Office12481 Gateway BoulevardFort MyersFL33913239-337-7171
Lehigh Acres Florida FBI Office5483 Lee StreetLehigh AcresFL33971239-491-3708
Lee County Probation Departments
Lee County Probation Department1700 Monroe StreetFort MyersFL33901239-533-9150
Monroe County Probation Department1700 Monroe StreetFort MyersFL33901239-533-9150
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Locating People By Getting Their Warrant Records Online

Warrant Records in Lee County Florida

A person can obtain a list of all warrant records in Lee County Florida by going to the courthouse or the Office of the Clerk Recorder. These offices keep track of all warrants issued under their authority. These warrants are filed with the court where the original arrest was made. Searching for these documents is basically the same as searching for any other public records. You need to make sure that the person you’re looking for has been convicted of a crime, has a criminal record, and was served with a warrant.

There are several reasons why someone might want to perform a criminal background check on anyone they intend to let into their home. They may have had a bad experience with someone, or may not know that particular person at all. This is when performing a warrant search comes in handy.

If a business does not require a criminal background check, they may choose not to do one. But in order to perform one, they will need to find out who they’re hiring and whether or not there are warrants out for their arrest. In this case, a person needs to go to the courthouse or the Office of the Clerk Recorder. They can then get the criminal records of the prospective employees.

The process of getting a warrant does not take very long. If a person does not have knowledge of how to perform the search themselves, they may contact the courthouse where the documents are kept. There are many different agencies that maintain these records and they can be accessed online. Once a person finds the desired documents, they simply need to download them onto their computer, and then print them off.

It can be quite time-consuming to search through many different local offices to locate the documents one is seeking. But since every county now makes their own docket, searching the internet will typically provide more information than if the person were to go down to their local courthouse. Also, it’s not always easy to remember all the information. But most counties allow a person to download an exact copy of the warrant, which they can then hand deliver or mail to the clerk who holds the warrant.

For those who are wondering what a warrant is, it is simply an order from a judge that says a person has committed a crime and that warrants for their arrest should be issued. This applies whether the person committed the crime in his or her presence. So, while it is possible to physically locate the person who has been ordered to stand trial, it is almost impossible to locate their current warrant. A person’s address is important information to help keep track of one’s own records.