In Florida, all arrest warrants fall under the guidelines that have been established through the Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure. Although you can view the full code at floridabar.org, there are a few points that you need to understand before beginning a Flagler County FL warrants search.
The first is that all FL arrest warrant, despite originating in specific counties, is active across the state. This means that individuals facing a Flagler County arrest warrant can still be arrested in a different county. The second is that an arrest warrant, despite calling for the arrest of a wanted suspect, is not an indication of guilt.
To search for Flagler County FL arrest warrants, there are two different avenues of approach. The first is by either visiting the Flagler County FL Sheriffs Office in person at 1001 Justice Lane, in Bunnell, FL. The second is by using the FDLEs wanted individuals search form, which you can find at pas.fdle.state.fl.us.
If you discover that you have an active arrest warrant, you should contact a defense lawyer immediately. However, it is often best for the suspect to prepare to turn themselves in and surrender themselves to the authorities.
To search for Flagler County FL arrest records and criminal records, you can use the FDLEs Criminal History Information search tool at web.fdle.state.fl.us. Or you can use the above search form to search through an online criminal records database instantly.
Can you find arrest records and information on Flagler County warrants over the phone? (Updated in 2021)
- For details on arrests made recently and inmates currently detained, call 386-437-4116. You can also use this phone number to get information on requesting police reports, arrest records, accident reports, and criminal history records.
- For filing a non-emergency complaint, call the Sheriff’s Office at 386-313-4911.
- For any questions pertaining to the investigation of a crime, call the Investigative Services Division at 386-586-4892.
- For accessing judicial records of criminal matters, call the Office of the Clerk of Courts at 386-313-4400.
Crime Statistics for Flagler County, Florida
At first glance, the drop of nearly 15% in the annual crime total of Flagler County between 2018 and 2019 does not seem notable. But, the fact that it translated to a reduction of almost 240 complaints in the yearly rate does give hope.
Of the 1200 criminal cases registered by Flagler County Sheriff’s Office in 2019, around 1020 were against property crimes and 180 were against violent crimes.
Between the years 2009 and 2010, the total population of Flagler County remained steady at 94,984. The total number of arrests made during that period grew from 3,182 to 3,451, which was 8.5%. You can view these statistics at fdle.state.fl.us.