One of the advantages to having arrest warrants established through statewide criminal procedure is that arrest warrants function in exactly the same way in every county. This has several of interesting implications that we will go over. But first, what is an arrest warrant?
A Volusia County arrest warrant, or an arrest warrant for any Florida county, is essentially the authorization of the state, and of Volusia County, to enforce the laws that it has set forth. To this end, police forces are able to place under custody individuals that have been implicated in a crime so that they may be brought to trial. For an arrest warrant to be create, the police have to give evidence against the individual to a judge in a court. Assuming that the judge finds the evidence to be compelling, he can authorize an arrest warrant to be issued. You can read the full Florida rules of procedure at http://www.leg.state.fl.us/Statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=0900-0999/0901/0901ContentsIndex.html&StatuteYear=2015&Title=-%3E2015-%3EChapter%20901$FILE/Criminal.pdf?OpenElement.
If you have a Volusia County arrest warrant, avoid fleeing to another county because arrest warrants can be executed anywhere in the state of Florida.
There are several ways to find arrest warrant and arrest record information for Volusia County Florida. One way is to contact the sheriff of Volusia County, whether at 1330 Indian Lake Road, in Daytona Beach FL, or at 386-258-4053. The Sheriff of Volusia County also has a website at http://www.volusiasheriff.org//.
A statewide arrest warrant database can be found at http://pas.fdle.state.fl.us/pas/person/displayWantedPersonsSearch.a, which will allow you to see the current warrant status of all known Florida suspects. You can also use the FDLEs Criminal History Information tool at https://web.fdle.state.fl.us/search/app/default?0 to perform a full criminal background check, although this will cost $24. Or you can use the above search form to instantly search through an online criminal records database.