Palm Beach County Warrant Search

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A Palm Beach County warrant authorizes the police to search or arrest someone based on a court order. A warrant is issued when the police have probable grounds to think that a crime has occurred.

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Palm Beach County FL Resources.

Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office (PBSO Warrant Search)
3228 Gun Club Rd, West Palm Beach, FL 33406
Phone: (561) 688-3000
Warrants Division
Fugitive Warrants Most Wanted

Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers
Most Wanted Fugitives

West Palm Beach Police Department
600 Banyan Blvd, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Phone: (561) 822-1900

Circuit Court (Criminal – Felony)
205 N Dixie Hwy, 3rd Fl West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Online – Web
In Person Search – Yes

County Court (Criminal –  Misdemeanor, Traffic)
205 N Dixie Hwy West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Online – Web
In Person Search – Yes

Boca Raton Police Services Department
100 NW Boca Raton Blvd, Boca Raton, FL 33432
Phone: (561) 338-1234

Boynton Beach Police Department
209 N Seacrest Blvd, Boynton Beach, FL 33435
Phone: (561) 742-6100

Delray Beach Police Department
300 W Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33444
Phone: (561) 243-7888

PBSO District 8 Wellington
14000 Greenbriar Blvd, Wellington, FL 33414
Phone: (561) 688-5447

Jupiter Police Department
210 Military Trail, Jupiter, FL 33458
Phone: (561) 746-6201

Palm Beach Gardens Police Department
10500 N Military Trl, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Phone: (561) 799-4445

Palm Beach County Warrant Search Online

There are numerous methods for a Palm Beach warrant search. Contacting the clerk at the courthouse in the county where the warrant was issued is one possibility. Another alternative is to use a nationwide public record search website to look up the record.

Obtaining Court Records

Examining Palm Beach County court documents is one technique to determine if someone has an active warrant. Depending on the court’s policies, this can be done online or in person.
You only need their full name and date of birth to locate a person’s court records. You can request access to the court once you have all the relevant information. While the court may charge you a fee for viewing records, it is usually insignificant.

Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office Warrant Search

There are numerous methods for checking warrant records at the sheriff’s bureau. Another option is to visit the sheriff’s office and request access to the documents.
You can also request assistance from the Palm Beach County sheriff’s department in researching this data. Some sheriff’s offices provide internet access to warrant records. Visit their website to find out if your sheriff’s office provides internet access.

Palm Beach County Bench Warrants

A bench warrant is a warrant for arrest issued to a judge or court. When a defendant fails to appear in court, it is usually issued. If a defendant violates the terms of his or her bail, a Palm Beach County bench warrant may be issued. A bench order, once issued, allows law enforcement agents to arrest or detain the designated person.

Palm Beach County Arrest Warrants List

An arrest warrant is a court order that allows police to arrest somebody accused of committing a crime. A judge must sign and date the warrant. After it is issued, the Palm Beach County arrest warrant does not expire.

Fugitives' Arrest Warrant

A fugitive arrest warrant is issued when a person escapes a jurisdiction to evade criminal prosecution. The law enforcement authorities collaborate to find the fugitive and return him to the original jurisdiction.

Orders for Searches

A search warrant is required for Palm Beach County authorities to access your home or property without your permission. It must be founded on reasonable grounds to suspect that an offense has been committed.
Police can search your house and property without a warrant if you have provided your agreement. They can also search your property without a warrant if they are in hot pursuit of a fleeing criminal.

Free Warrant Search in Palm Beach County FL

A few websites offer free information about outstanding warrants. Some police departments have their own internet warrant search database, which the public can use. Call your local Palm Beach County police or the court that issued the warrant for your arrest for more information.