Seminole County Arrest Records and Warrant Search

2013 crime statistics for Seminole County are quite high although it is not as heavily populated as larger counties in Florida (such as Miami-Dade or Broward County). The county’s violent rate is close to 353 and last year it had more than 1,500 violent crimes (including 6 murders, 235 violent sex crimes, and more than 990 aggravated assault cases). In light of these data, it makes sense to do a Seminole County warrant search whenever you hire a new worker or a nanny for your baby or even before you go on dating with a new person.

Where can you start your warrant search?

Updated information on Seminole County outstanding warrants is kept in the sheriff office criminal database. To view this database you ought to pay them a visit at 100 Bush Blvd, Sanford, FL 32773. Their opening hours are Monday to Friday from 9 in the morning to 5 in the afternoon. Their phone number is (407) 665-6600.

In order to save the time and bother of going to the sheriff office, you can use the search form above. It will enable you to conduct an arrest warrant search plus a full criminal background check on any person you want from your computer. This service is 100% confidential.

How to perform an inmate and arrest search in Seminole County

To find Seminole County arrest records, you can make use of the online criminal history database of Florida Department of Law Enforcement (You will be able to find it here). They will charge you twenty four dollars per search.

A person’s arrest record will not be presented in the following cases:

  • The record was sealed to the public. Only law enforcement agencies may have access to it.
  • The records are expunged according to court order.
  • Arrest records involving minors are usually not presented to the public unless an arrest was made due to an offense categorized as a felony.

Seminole County Jail (called John E. Polk Correctional Facility) has an inmate search page on its website. To run the check, you need to either type the inmate’s last name or his date of birth.

Accessing Seminole County public records

The county’s clerk of courts has a criminal cases search tool which will help you recover criminal dockets and court records. For your information, a person can be arrested without a criminal record on his name; criminal records are created only when a person is convicted of a crime.