Indian River Arrest Records and Warrant Search
Finding Indian River County arrest warrants is simpler than you might think. Florida Freedom of Information Act makes them accessible to everyone and you can utilize that to inquire about a person’s criminal background.
The sheriff office puts at your disposal valuable research tools
The county’s sheriff office is the right place to initiate an Indian River County warrant search. If you visit the office during opening hours, you will be able to view their warrant database and find what you are looking for. Their address is 4055 41st Avenue. Vero Beach, FL 32960.
On their website, you can click on the warrant search tab, and you will be directed to a computerized database that will display Indian River County outstanding warrants based on your search parameters. These parameters include the person’s last or first name and document type: bench warrant, capias, revoked bond, violation of probation and (of course) warrant.
Doing an Inmate search
If you click on inmate search on the sheriff website and you will reach an inmate booking search section that will help you find Indian River County arrest records. Take into account that (as it is mentioned on the site) records predating 2005 will not be displayed. So to recover older records, you might want to go to the criminal history electronic database operated by Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Searching their files costs 24 dollars (for one search).
Getting Indian River County Public Records
You can find affidavits and case reports on the sheriff’s website by clicking on public records. For more comprehensive data, you should visit the county clerk of courts at 2000 16th Avenue, Vero Beach, FL 32960. There you can ask to see court records in order to find out whether a person has a history of convictions. You can also make a request via post mail (P.O. Box 1028, Vero Beach, FL 32961-1028). Sending an email can be a little risky in terms of maintaining your privacy since all emails automatically become public records.
Finally, in order to find all the information you need in one place and therefore save time, use the search box on top of this article. It will display a full criminal history related to the person on whom you will run the search (results will show you arrest warrants and arrest records in Indian River County and other FL counties). Your search will be confidential and the data you will receive will be highly accurate.
From January to December 2013, 5,757 arrests were made in the county. Violent rate was 300.2. The total number of violent crimes reached 419. Four murders were committed. 55 forcible sex offenses were reported (sadly, 40 women were victims of rape). 331 aggravated assaults took place and there were 41 robberies.