Okaloosa County Arrest Records and Warrant Search

There are a few recommended ways to find Okaloosa County arrest warrants. Your first step should be visiting the Warrant Division managed by the sheriff office. They can be found at Okaloosa County Courthouse Annex, 1250 Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, FL 32579 (They are open Monday – Friday, 8 am to 5 pm). You can also try to reach them by phone (850-651-7432) or by email (warrants@sheriff-okaloosa.org). In addition, the sheriff’s website puts at your disposal a database of Okaloosa County wanted persons together with an online search option.

Another online tool for an Okaloosa County warrant search is the search box above. Using it, you will be able to find a full criminal history (arrest warrants and arrest records in particular) of any person residing in the county (and the state). You will enjoy complete confidentiality.

How can you run an Okaloosa County arrest search?

The Record Section operated by the sheriff office can provide access to Okaloosa County public records, so this is the place to find arrest records. Their address is similar to that of the Warrant Division (see above). They give you 3 ways to extract information:

1) By phone (850-651-7434)

2)  By e-mail (recordsrequest@sheriff-okaloosa.org).

3) By visiting them in person.

Looking for Okaloosa County court records

Court records contain information on a person’s convictions. In fact, a criminal record is created as a result of these convictions. This explains the importance of court records when checking a person’s background.

The county’s clerk of courts offers an online tool for case search. You will have to fill in data, such as the date in which the record was opened and closed, case number and warrant number.

Crime statistics

The FDLA official data indicates that in 2013, 835 violent crimes and 4,403 nonviolent crimes were committed in the county. These crimes consisted of mainly 4 homicide cases, 144 severe sex crimes, 119 robberies, 568 aggravated assaults and 815 burglaries. Violent rate reached 443. The county’s police forces made close to 7,000 arrests.