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.