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A Hillsborough County warrant is a court-issued authorization that allows the police to conduct a search or make an arrest.
Only if there is reasonable cause to think that a crime has occurred can police obtain a warrant. If this occurs, the warrant authorizes the police to conduct a search or make an arrest.

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Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO Warrant Search)
2008 E 8th Ave, Tampa, FL 33605
Phone: (813) 247-8000
Warrant Search Online

Crime Stoppers of Tampa Bay
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Tampa Police Department
411 N Franklin St, Tampa, FL 33602
Phone: (813) 276-3200

Circuit Court (Felony, Civil Over $15,000, Probate, Family)
800 E Twiggs, 1st Fl Tampa, FL 33602
Online – Web
In Person Search – Yes

County Court (Misdemeanor, Traffic, Civil Over $15,000, Eviction, Small Claims)
800 E Twiggs, 1st Fl Tampa, FL 33602
Online – Web
In Person Search – Yes

Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) – District 2
2310 N Falkenburg Rd, Tampa, FL 33619
Phone: (813) 247-8555

Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office District V
10128 Windhorst Rd, Tampa, FL 33619
Phone: (813) 318-5400

Sheriff’s Office
Town ‘N’ Country, FL 33615
Phone: (813) 554-5170

Hillsborough County Warrant Search Online

There are several methods for a Hillsborough County warrant search. One option is to call the clerk of court in the county where the warrant was administered.

Obtaining Court Records

A Hillsborough County court record can reveal whether or not a person is wanted. Depending on the court’s policies, this can be done in person or online. To obtain a person’s court record, you must know their full name and date of birth. A fee may be required, however, this is not standard practice.

Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office Warrant Search

The sheriff’s service can be used in various ways to search Hillsborough County warrant records.
Contact the sheriff’s office and ask for assistance in researching warrant records. To find out if online access is available, go to the local sheriff’s office’s website or contact them directly.

Hillsborough County Bench Warrants

A bench warrant is an arrest warrant issued by a judge or court when a defendant fails or refuses to appear for a scheduled court appearance. If defendants breach their bail arrangements, a bench warrant may also be issued. Once issued, a Hillsborough County bench warrant allows law enforcement personnel to arrest and detain the person named in the warrant promptly.

Hillsborough County Arrest Warrants List

An arrest warrant authorizes the police or a judge to arrest someone accused of committing a crime. A judge’s signature is required on the Hillsborough County warrant.

Fugitives' Arrest Warrant

A fugitive warrant is an arrest warrant issued for someone attempting to run from one jurisdiction to evade criminal prosecution. Both countries’ law enforcement agencies collaborate to find, apprehend, and return the fugitive.

Orders for Searches

The Hillsborough County police can search your home or property without a warrant if you consent. They can also search your property without a warrant if they are pursuing a fleeing criminal.
But in other cases, a search warrant will be requested if the police want to search your home or property. A search warrant must demonstrate that there is probable cause to think that a crime happened and that evidence will be discovered at the search place. A warrant can only be carried out once a judge signs it.

Free Warrant Search in Hillsborough County FL

Several websites provide free information concerning outstanding warrants in Hillsborough County FL. It should be noted that the information supplied by these websites is not always reliable or up-to-date.
Some police departments provide free online warrant search tools to the public.