Carry out a Palm Beach County Warrant Search and Track a Person’s Arrest History
A Palm Beach County warrant search will help you find out if a person is wanted for a crime. This is an important inquiry since you would surely not want to date a person, hire an employee or a leave your kids with nanny with a criminal history.
How to run a warrant inquiry on a county and state level
Your starting point for a Palm Beach County warrants search is the PBSO Warrants Unit. You ought to go to their office (3228 Gun Club Road, West Palm Beach, FL 33406, ph: 561-688-3930) to inquire about a specific person.
To get a wider perspective, you can use the computerized Public Access System of the FDLE. A name based inquiry will enable you to view Florida warrants issued by all the county and state courts.
Performing a Palm Beach County arrest search
The sheriff’s website operates a booking search where you can trace current inmates. The sheriff’s Record Division also puts at your disposal public police records and will perform a background check for you. You can request a record by visiting them in person, by calling any of their 5 locations (which can be found here) or via email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Extending your inquiry to include Florida arrest records
To do a Florida arrest search, use the FDLE’s electronic criminal history data bank. You will be shown people apprehended all across the state. Fee of $24 per inquiry is required.
To trace inmates in the state’s prisons use the FDC’s online offender network or the Offender Information Search. The former allows you to inquire about active inmates; the latter can be utilized to track former inmates.
Finding criminal records
A Palm Beach County warrant search won’t be able to tell you if a person has been convicted of a crime.
To check if a person has a criminal record, you will have to go to the Clerk of Court (38844 FL-80, Belle Glade, FL 33430) and file a request to access court dockets. For further information, dial 561-996-4843.