An arrest warrant is an official, state-backed notice that grants the authority to Taylor County police, FL, to arrest an individual. Arrest warrants are created and issued when the police have collected enough evidence to indicate that a suspect was intensely involved in a crime. Once a judge of Taylor County authorizes them. Despite being issued by Taylor County, these warrants are valid throughout the state, and wanted suspects can be arrested by the police of any other county in Florida.
It is often possible for suspects that have been made the target of an arrest warrant not even to be aware that they are suspects in a crime. Thankfully, Florida citizens can look up current arrest warrants, both for their benefit and so that they can aid Florida law enforcement in capturing suspects. To start a Taylor County arrest warrants search, you will want to visit the Taylor County Sheriffs Office’s Investigations section http://taylorcountysherifffl.org/LawEnforcementCriminalInv.aspx.
If you would like to look up all of the arrest warrants throughout Florida, including those arrest warrants for Taylor County, then you should consult this database: http://pas.fdle.state.fl.us/pas/person/displayWantedPersonsSearch.a. Or you can click on the above search form to instantly search through an online criminal records database. For finding information about persons currently in jail, you will want to utilize this search form: http://www.dc.state.fl.us/AppCommon/.
Did you find that you, or someone you know, is currently wanted by Taylor County? The first thing you should do is consult a defense attorney, and it is in your best interest to begin preparing to surrender yourself.
Can you find arrest records and information on Taylor County warrants over the phone? (Updated in 2021)
- To access a recent arrest report, use the phone number of the Taylor County Jail- 850-584-4333.
- To request arrest records and information on active warrants, connect with the police at 850-584-4225.
- To look for criminal case records and court dockets, connect with the Clerk of Court’s Office at 850-838-3506.
Crime Statistics for Taylor County, Florida
The annual crime total of Taylor County for 2019 was a good 20% lower than the figures of 2018. The average went from a high of almost 370 cases in 2018 to 300 complaints in the following year.
The best part was that the reduction was firmly attributed to the drop in the violent crime rate, which nearly halved through this period. As opposed to the 150 complaints against violent crimes filed in 2018, the police received only about 70 complaints against such crimes in 2019.
Home to 23,114 people, the arrest rate of Taylor County was also low, with a total of only 1,683 arrests in 2010. More crime stats are at http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/cms/FSAC/County-Profiles/taylor.aspx.