|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|Leon County Sheriff's Office||2825 Municipal Way||Tallahassee||FL||32304||850-922-3300|
|Leon County DEA Offices|
|Tallahassee Florida DEA Office||1510 Commonwealth Business Drive||Tallahassee||FL||32303||850-350-7300|
|Tallahassee Florida DEA Office||226 North Duval Street||Tallahassee||FL||32301||850-671-1999|
|Leon County FBI Offices|
|Tallahassee Florida FBI Office||227 North Bronough Street||Tallahassee||FL||32301||850-224-4107|
|Tallahassee Florida FBI Office||660 East Jefferson Street||Tallahassee||FL||32301||850-224-4107|
|Leon County Probation Department|
|Leon County Probation Department||301 South Monroe Street||Tallahassee||FL||32301||850-606-5600|
|Leon County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University Police Logs|
|Florida State Legislature Statutes List|
|Florida State University Community Alerts|
|Leon County Arrest Records|
|Leon County Arrest Warrants|
|Leon County Child Support Warrants|
|Leon County Clerk of The Circuit Court Records|
|Leon County Criminal Records|
|Leon County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Leon County Police Records|
|Leon County Sex Offender Registry|
|Tallahassee City Government Parking Tickets|
|Tallahassee Police Department Crime Map|
|Tallahassee Police Department Press Releases|
|Tallahassee Police Department Unsolved Cases|
|Tallahassee Police Department Website|
|(36)Leon County Police Departments|
|Florida Highway Patrol Troop H - Leon||2100 Mahan Drive||Tallahassee||FL||32308||850-488-8676|
|Leon County Police Departments|
|Florida A And M University Police Department||2400 Wahnish Way||Tallahassee||FL||32310||850-599-3256|
|Florida Capitol Police Department||400 South Monroe Street||Tallahassee||FL||32399|
|Florida Department Of Agricultural Law Enforcement||2005 Apalachee Parkway||Tallahassee||FL||32301||850-245-1300|
|Florida Department Of Law Enforcement Regional Operations Center||2331 Phillips Road||Tallahassee||FL||32308|
|Florida Dept Of Juvenile Justice||2737 Centerview Drive||Tallahassee||FL||32399|
|Florida Game And Fish Division Of Law Enforcement||620 South Meridian Street||Tallahassee||FL||32399||850-488-6251|
|Florida Highway Patrol General Headquarters||2900 Apalachee Parkway||Tallahassee||FL||32399|
|Florida State University Police Department||830 West Jefferson Street||Tallahassee||FL||32304|
|Florida Supreme Court - Office Of The Marshal||500 South Duval Street||Tallahassee||FL||32399|
|Tallahassee Community College Police Department||444 Appleyard Drive||Tallahassee||FL||32304||850-201-6100|
|Tallahassee Police Department||234 East 7th Avenue||Tallahassee||FL||32303||850-891-4200|
|Leon County Sheriff Department|
How to Search For a Warrant Records
Warrant records are important documents filed by police authorities when they wish to search for a person or identify them in the event of a missing person case. A warrant is issued when there is suspicion that a particular person committed a crime, whether they have actually committed the crime or not. When a warrant is issued, it shows that there is probable cause to believe that a crime has been committed. Usually a warrant will be for a specific location or area where a crime may have occurred. However, sometimes warrants are issued for situations that are not related to any criminal activity.
Warrant records in Leon County Florida are kept in two locations: at the courthouse and at the Florida State Police. Each of these locations maintains a database of warrants that have been issued throughout the county. This means that if you want to find out the details about someone who has been arrested and released without bond, you can go to either of these locations and look up the details regarding the warrant. This can help to give you details on the person in question who was arrested.
There are several ways in which you can access the records. The first way is to go through each of the courthouses in your county manually. However, this can take up a lot of time. It can also be very difficult as records are often stored in different places. Therefore, you may have to contact each of the courthouses to find the relevant records.
If you have access to the Internet this is a much faster and easier method for you to look up details about a warrant. All you need to do is go to one of the many online providers of warrant records and enter the information required. The online provider will then provide you with the details you need in order to search the records. You should be aware however that many of the websites that provide this service do not have access to the original copies of warrants and may therefore have outdated information.
If you want to find out more then there are two options open to you. The first option is to pay for the original copy of the warrant records through an agency such as the police. These services offer you immediate access to the information and you can then decide whether to make the request in confidence or to try and see if the information is available yourself. The latter option means that you could have to pay a small fee but it is only a one off charge and will give you access to the records once. It is therefore very convenient to check the records when you need to.
Another method is to perform a public records search on a person. You will probably be surprised at how many records are available on people. The reason why public records are so powerful is because they are available for all to see. If you wanted to search for a person’s arrest record then you could find out by going to a website such as the local court house or police station. There is also a possibility that the person you want to search for could be someone you already know.