Brevard County Arrest Records and Warrant Search
A Brevard County warrant search will help you discover whether you or someone you know has a criminal history. An active arrest warrant does not necessarily point to a person's guilt, but it definitely means that he or she has some unresolved issues with the law. And it is surely a warning sign if, for example, you want to hire a person as an employee or a nanny for your young children.
Looking for Arrest Warrants in Brevard County
Since it does not have an online search tool, the website of the county's sheriff office will refer those who look for information on Brevard County outstanding warrants to Florida Crime information Center. The Center's database contains details on warrants issued in Florida.
If you still want to limit your search to the county level, you can pay a visit to the sheriff office and ask to go over their records. Their address is Brevard County Sheriff's Office, 700 Park Ave., Titusville FL 32780. Their website has a contact us page with all relevant e-mails and telephone numbers. Bear in mind that according to Florida law, every email you send to the sheriff department immediately becomes a part of FL public records.
How Can the sheriff office Help You Run an Arrest Search
For a Brevard County arrest records search you can use the inmate locator on the sheriff office website (Press the "How do I" on the upper bar and you will get a menu of options that include an arrest search).You'll be asked to provide a detainee's name and time frame (from - to).
The data goes back to more than 5 years. Each electronic record you will see contains the inmate's name, gender, DoB and physical description plus a mugshot, subject number, incarceration date, release date, bond information and a description of the offenses he/she committed
Expanding Your Search
Brevard County arrest records are limited to your local area. To conduct a much wider Florida inmate search, you should access the FDLE CCHInet (https://cchinet.fdle.state.fl.us/search/app/default?2). This databank contains details on people criminal and incarceration histories all over the state. Bear in mind that every name you will search will cost you $24.00.
In addition, the FDC operates an online offender search (http://www.dc.state.fl.us/OffenderSearch/Search.aspx) through which you can locate an inmate in FL prison system. This tool also shows past inmates and supervised population. The search is free of charge.
Looking for Brevard County public records
The county's Clerk of Court is your address for finding all sorts of public records including criminal and court records. They have a useful online case search tool (http://brevardclerk.us/case-search). There are multiple search parameters at your disposal: a person name, business name, case number, case type, driver license number, arresting agency and warrant name. You can also choose the type of case you want to view, for example, Felony, Misdemeanor, Criminal Traffic, Circuit Civil and more.
Brevard County court records are important to your background check as they can tell whether a person has been convicted of a crime and spent time in jail/prison.
Crime stats and violent rate
In 2021, 24 murders were committed in Bervard County side by side with 229 rapes, 216 robberries, 1,665 aggrevated assaults, 1,431 burglaries, 7,138 thefts and 719 motor vehicle thefts. Crime rate was 1852.0 per 100,000 population. 17,376 people were incarcerated.