When setting out to conduct an Indian River County warrants search, it is a good idea first to understand how arrest warrants function in Florida. As arrest warrants must follow the Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure, which can be read at floridabar.org, an arrest warrant issued by Indian River County is valid in every other county in Florida.
This means that wanted persons cannot evade prosecution by merely fleeing to another county. Because of this, we strongly recommend retaining legal counsel if you are concerned that you have an active Indian River County arrest warrant.
To start your Indian River County arrest warrants search, you will want to either contact or visit the Indian River County Sheriffs Office website. You can find the sheriff’s office at 4055 41st Avenue, in Vero Beach.
The Indian River County Sheriffs Office also provides an Active Warrants Search tool at ircsheriff.org. Additionally, the FDLE provides a statewide Wanted Persons Search at pas.fdle.state.fl.us. We recommend consulting both resources, or you can instantly use the above search form to search through an online criminal records database.
You can also visit the website of the sheriff of Indian River County at www.ircsheriff.org, where you can also access an Indian River County Inmate Records Search at ircsheriff.org.
The state of Florida also provides functionality that enables persons to obtain criminal records at web.fdle.state.fl.us.
What information pertaining to warrants and arrest records from Indian River County can you find over the phone? (2021-data)
- To initiate a warrant search, call the Public Records Unit at 772-978-6215.
- To find out about recent arrests, use the main phone number of the Indian River County Jail- 772-978-6039.
- To learn the procedure for accessing arrest records and/or initiating a local criminal background check, call Central Records at 772-978-6219.
- To access inmate records, call the County Detention Center at (772) 978-6004.
- To search for judicial records, get in touch with the Clerk of Courts at 772-770-5185.
Crime Statistics for Indian River County, Florida
The annual crime average of Indian River County in 2019 was 10% lower than the figures of 2018. The local law enforcement agency dealt with approximately 1670 complaints in 2019 while in 2018, they received approximately 1900 complaints. Of the annual average of 2019, around 1400 cases were filed against property crimes while violent crimes were the reason for the remaining 270 complaints.
Indian River County’s total population at the end of 2010 was 142,009, almost the same as it was the prior year. There was a fall of 5.4% in total arrests, bringing the total down to 6,733. You can find further statistical criminal information for Indian River County at fdle.state.fl.us.