St. Johns County Arrest Records and Warrant Search

There are a few available options for a St. Johns County warrant search. You can drop by the sheriff office and ask for information. Their address is:

St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office
4015 Lewis Speedway
St. Augustine, FL 32084

However, it might be risky since if it turns out there is an outstanding warrant for your arrest, your visit may end in jail. Alternatively, you can send the sheriff an e-mail asking for information (cmulligan@sjso.org). Yet you should know that this mail will automatically become a part of St. Johns County public records which everyone can see. Finally you may choose to utilize the warrant lookup tool on the sheriff’s website (available here). It might be a little less accurate in comparison to the information you can extract by visiting the sheriff office in person.

Conducting an arrest check in St. Johns County

The county’s sheriff office runs an electronic database of people that were arrested in the last 24 hours. Florida Department of Law Enforcement operates an online criminal history search that allows you to view older FL arrest records. This service is not free of charge. Each search requires a payment of 24 dollars.

The search form above presents another viable tool for a complete criminal background check. It will show you outstanding warrants and arrest records issued in St. Johns County and in other FL counties. You need not worry. Your search will remain confidential. Only you will see the results.

Locating St. Johns county court records

You can perform a criminal research and view relevant court records and dockets via the clerk of courts website. You will have to fill in a form that can be downloaded here. According to the instructions that appear on the website, you will need to send your request to fax number 904-819-3666. They promise an answer within 3 – 4 days. You will be charged $2. If you need any clarifications, call the following number: 904-819-3625.

Updated Crime Statistics

The good news for St. Johns County residents is that, in 2013 there was an almost 12% drop in violent rate compared to 2012. Arrest statistics remained approximately the same. In 2013, police made 4,809 arrests (The year before, police carried out 4,692 arrests in the county). The number of violent crimes in 2013 was relatively low: 535.