Are you trying to track down a Gulf County arrest warrant? Whether you’re looking for yourself or on behalf of another person, a variety of different resources exist for finding arrest warrant information, Gulf County arrest records, and even statewide Florida criminal records.
In Florida, individual counties always issue arrest warrants. However, because this is done through Florida statewide authority, arrest warrants are considered valid in every county. This means that an individual fleeing an arrest warrant in one county can still be arrested in another county. Because of the tenuous position that those persons with arrest warrants find themselves in, it is often better to surrender to authorities than to attempt to evade arrest. However, one should always seek legal counsel before doing anything at all with an arrest warrant.
To look for Gulf County arrest warrants, you should first contact the Gulf County Sheriff’s Office. You may do so either at their street address of 1000 Cecil G Costin Sr. Blvd. #B, in Port St. Joe, FL. You can find a list of Gulf County’s Most Wanted here and a detailed list of their most recent arrest records here. You can also find a statewide wanted person database at the FDLE website at pas.fdle.state.fl.us.
To search for Gulf County criminal history information, you can use another resource provided by the FDLE at web.fdle.state.fl.us. This resource, however, can incur a small fee. 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 warrants from Gulf County over the phone? (Updated in 2021)
- Information on recent arrests and warrants can be sought by calling the non-emergency number of the Glades County Sheriff’s Office at (850) 227-1115.
- Inmate records and details about inmate facilities and visitation can be accessed at (850) 227-1124.
- Requests for judicial records can be filed by calling the Clerk of Court at 850-229-6112.
- Police records such as an arrest report, incident report, and crash report can be requested by calling the agency at (850) 639-5717.
Crime Statistics for Gulf County, Florida
In 2019, the crime rates of Gulf County increased by almost 20% to reach a high of 190 incidents as opposed to the annual total of 158 crimes reported in 2018. Of the complaints filed, the majority, at 160, were against property crimes. The remaining 30 were filed against instances of violent crime, such as aggravated assault, homicide, and rape.
Finally, the FDLE website also provides many criminal records statistics on their stats database page, and the entry for Gulf County can be located on this link.