Sumter County Florida Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(60)Sumter County Police Departments
Bushnell Police Department501 North Market StreetBushnellFL33513352-793-6810
Sumter County Police Departments
Center Hill City Police Department94 Virginia AvenueCenter HillFL33514352-793-4609
Coleman Police Department712 Central AvenueWildwoodFL34785352-748-3000
Coleman Police Department709 Florida AvenueWildwoodFL34785352-748-3000
Webster City Police Department71 Southeast 1st StreetWebsterFL33597352-793-2072
Wildwood Police Department100 Huey StreetWildwoodFL34785352-330-1355
Sumter County Sheriff Departments
Sumter County Sheriff's Office225 East McCollum AvenueBushnellFL33513352-793-0222
Sumter County Sheriffs Department - Substation8035 East County Road 466The VillagesFL32162352-259-1400
Sumter County Sheriffs Department - Substation2010 North County Road 470Lake PanasoffkeeFL33538352-793-1164
Sumter County Sheriffs Office - Wildwood Annex362 Shopping Center DriveWildwoodFL34785352-330-1361
Sumter County Probation Department
Sumter County Probation Department217 North Florida StreetBushnellFL33513352-793-0255
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How To Look Up Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Sumter County Florida are an important part of the public record system. You will need these records to find someone if you are a law enforcement officer, an attorney or even a private detective. In Florida, a person can be arrested for any crime and the records will show that arrest and conviction. If there is a warrant out for your arrest, these records will tell you where your arrest took place, when it was made and by whom.

In Florida, the courts are very particular about how warrant records are kept. Most states and the federal government have rules and laws regarding how these records are maintained and who has access to them. You can go online to find out what these records are and if you have a legal right to them. Most states have rules and laws that allow warrants to be registered with the circuit court but some states allow anyone to apply for a copy of a warrant and they do not need a formal permission from the circuit court to obtain one.

Warrant records are kept by many different departments and law enforcement agencies. If you are looking to access these records online, the most common place to look is in the local police department. They will usually list all felonies that a person has been convicted of and may also list traffic tickets or arrests. These criminal records will include arrests and convictions for any crime that a person may be accused of.

There are two types of warrants; a civil and a criminal. A civil warrant will not give access to anything more than information necessary to prove that the person is not authorized to be in the area. A criminal warrant will give access to everything that the prosecutor needs to prove the person is guilty of the crime. You will not be given access to anything that is considered private by the state unless you have special permission from the court.

When searching online for public records, the first thing that you will want to do is to see if you can access them for free. The problem with free searches is that they do not normally give you enough information to actually find out the person’s identity. You will not be able to find out if the records are available with a search engine. In order to gain access to a record, you will need to pay for a record or you may have to pay for access through a website.

You may not be able to view certain records such as arrest records, driving records, marriage records, etc. If you have reason to believe that a person may be violating your person’s privacy, you may want to contact a private investigator. They will be able to tell you what you need to know as well as give you an idea of how much the information will cost.