Pinellas County Arrest Records and Warrant Search

There are numerous reasons for doing a Pinellas County warrant search. Here are some few notable examples:

  • You have just started dating a new person and you are worried that his / her record is not clean.
  • You intend to employ a nanny. You want to be sure you found the right person and your kid is safe.
  • You are about to hire a new employee and you are interested in checking his / her background.

How can you find outstanding warrants in Pinellas County?

Unlike other FL counties, Pinellas County sheriff office does not have an online warrant search option. You will have no choice but to physically arrive at the office and look for criminal records in the archive. Be advised, if there is an outstanding warrant carrying your name, you will most likely be detained for questioning.

The address of the sheriff office is:

Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office,
10750 Ulmerton Road. Largo, FL 33778
their phone number is (727) 582-6200

And what about an arrest search?

For a Pinellas County arrest records search, the sheriff office puts an online search tool at your disposal which will allow you to carry out an inmate search. This database has one notable disadvantage. It covers only inmates that housed Pinellas County jail after November 28th, 2005. Those arrested before that will not be included in the search results.

You also have another option: Using the search form on the top of the page, you will be able to carry out an elaborate criminal history search that includes Pinellas County warrants and arrests records. You will get results in a matter of seconds from the comfort of your private computer and all the details you will have to fill in will remain fully confidential.

How can you track down Pinellas County public records?

The county operates a public records database which offers a variety of documents including civil and criminal records. This is the place for finding court records coming from the Sixth Judicial Circuit of Florida and from Pinellas County Clerk of Courts. To remind you, court records are the result of conviction in court. They do not include arrests records if there was no conviction.

Pinellas County crime rates and statistics

The Uniform Crime Report issued by The Florida Department of Law Enforcement states that in the course of 2013, there were 44,233 arrests within the county’s borders. There were a little more than 38,500 offenses that included 30 murders, more than 600 sex related crimes, close to 1,200 robbery cases and almost 3,300 aggravated assaults.