Pasco County Florida Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Florida Highway Patrol Troop C - Land O'Lakes16026 State Road 52Land O' LakesFL34638727-841-4181
New Port Richey Police Department6739 Adams StreetNew Port RicheyFL34652727-841-4550
Port Richey Police Department6333 Ridge RoadPort RicheyFL34668727-816-1919
Zephyrhills Police Department6118 8th StreetZephyrhillsFL33542813-780-0050
Pasco County Sheriff Departments
Pasco County Sheriffs Department - District 236409 State Road 52DadeFL33525352-518-5000
Pasco County Sheriffs Department / Pasco County Jail20101 Central BoulevardLand O' LakesFL34637813-235-6000
Pasco County Sheriffs Office / Pasco County Detention Facility West Jail8700 Citizens DriveNew Port RicheyFL34654727-847-5878
Pasco County Probation Department
Pasco County Probation Department38053 Live Oak AvenueDadeFL33523352-521-4250
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Pasco County Arrest Records
Pasco County Child Support Warrants
Pasco County Clerk and Comptroller Court Records
Pasco County Criminal Records
Pasco County Most Wanted
Pasco County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Pasco County Sex Offender Registry
Pasco Sheriff's Office Website
(51)Pasco County Police Departments
Dade City Police Department38042 Pasco AvenueDadeFL33525352-521-1495
Pasco County Police Departments

Searching For Criminal Records of Someone Using a Warrant

Warrant Records in Pasco County Florida are like a window into a lives history. Whether they were granted by a judge, a jury, or a request from law enforcement, these documents provide insight into an individual’s past activities. These documents reveal not only criminal activities but also warrant searches that have been executed against that person. In the state of Florida, warrants are legal documents issued by a judge upon personal affirmation that the person named on the warrant does meet the requirements of the law.

When a person is arrested for any type of criminal activity, they will be booked and fingerprinted. If the booking agency does not have the proper paperwork to verify the identity of the person arrested, then they will be entered into a database for future booking dates. The next step after booking is to get a copy of the arrest warrant. This copy is then presented to the person accused of the crime, along with their attorney, who is allowed to see it. The evidence found during a warrant search can be used in court if it is applicable.

The most controversial part of these criminal records is the fact that they are available to anyone who requests them. Although they are public, access is usually restricted. The majority of local police departments keep these files tucked away in a drawer or in a shelf. Those who are interested in retrieving the information must go through a court order. There are a few private companies that offer this same information to the general public, but they typically charge a fee.

Warrant records are one of the most requested public records by many people. Many want to find out if their babysitter has a criminal record. Concerns over daycare staff are also common. Many employers in the Pasco area conduct background checks before hiring individuals to work near children. With access to these records, these employers can prevent any potential harm to both themselves and their employees.

The idea that someone may be dangerous is nothing new. After all, Florida leads the nation in number of reports of child abuse. However, having access to this information can prevent a lot of heartache down the road. The fact is, a person with a past conviction for felony murder can simply move to another part of the country. All this means is that the crime was not fully committed.

Warrant records are available to law officials and the general public. In order to obtain these records, an individual must hire a private investigator. Private investigators use many of the same resources that the police use in a regular search. With access to so much detailed information, they can tell you whether or not a person has a history of crime. However, since these records are considered public records, a person can choose to search for the information themselves and learn if their significant other is indeed cheating on them.