Marion County Florida Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(41)Marion County Police Departments
Belleview Police Department5350 Southeast 110th StreetBelleviewFL34420352-245-7044
Marion County Police Departments
Dunnellon Police Department12014 South Williams StreetDunnellonFL34432352-465-8510
Florida Highway Patrol Troop B - Ocala600 Southeast 25th AvenueOcalaFL34471352-732-1260
Ocala Police Department402 South Pine AvenueOcalaFL34471352-369-7000
Ocala Police Department - District 12400 West Silver Springs BoulevardOcalaFL34475352-368-5400
Ocala Police Department - District 236 Southeast 15th TerraceOcalaFL34471352-629-8210
Marion County Sheriff Departments
Marion County Sheriffs Department - Aviation Unit1820 Southwest 60th AvenueOcalaFL34474352-873-7918
Marion County Sheriffs Department - Civil Division110 Northwest 1st AvenueOcalaFL34475352-620-3606
Marion County Sheriffs Department - Forest District16000 Florida 40Silver SpringsFL34488352-402-6040
Marion County Sheriffs Department - North Multi District8311 North US Highway 441OcalaFL34475352-620-7820
Marion County Sheriffs Department - Operations Center692 Northwest 30th AvenueOcalaFL34475352-732-8181
Marion County Sheriffs Department - Silver Springs Shores District501 Water RoadOcalaFL34472352-402-6000
Marion County Sheriffs Department - Southwest District9048 Southwest State Road 200OcalaFL34481352-402-6060
Marion County Sheriffs Department-South Central District3260 Southeast 80th StreetOcalaFL34480352-620-7810
Ocklawaha Sheriffs Department - Ocklawaha District13985 County Road 25OcklawahaFL32179352-402-6020
Marion County FBI Office
Ocala Florida FBI Office1951 Southwest 18th CourtOcalaFL34471352-732-7563
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Searching For warrants and Criminal Records

Warrant records are one of the most crucial pieces of public information that can help a person’s legal standing. The first step to getting a copy is to find yourself a copy from the correct authorities, which in Florida are the Marion County Clerk of Court and the Florida State Attorney General’s Office. Most of the time, the latter can be contacted through their website or by calling their office directly.

Warrant records are basically police reports filed in which a warrant is out for your arrest on suspicion of crime. In other words, it will give you enough evidence for a police to arrest the person if you are being accused of a crime. This record is public record so everyone can have it. It is kept in the court house or police station where you were arrested. However, there are certain circumstances that can make it public record which you cannot have. These are not just warrants for arrest but also for searches and seizures.

Warrant records are kept on microfilm or paper files at the courthouse, and they are normally stored separately from other police records. But you can have access to the records you want by paying for a subscription from the State Attorney’s Office. The cost varies depending on the amount of information you want. It will also depend on the information that you want. Warrant records in Marion County are different than other counties as it is required to obtain a warrant before being able to look at them.

If you want to search for your own criminal records, you will need to fill out an application that will give you access to these records. This is also the same for a background check, divorce records, and other public records. You will have to provide your name, address, social security number, date of birth, and any other information that is relevant. This is all done in the privacy of your home.

In some instances, such as drug crimes, a warrant may be issued for a particular person. Before a warrant is granted, the judge must first see the person’s criminal record. This is why people who have been convicted of misdemeanors or minor crimes have their records expunged.

After you have obtained your report, you can then search for a person’s background. This search costs only $25 per search. If there is a match between the name you entered and the person’s name in the report, you can then obtain their criminal record. If this person has a clean record, you will be given access to their full police record as well as the county sheriff’s record. If the person has a criminal record, you will not be able to obtain any other public records on them.