How to Perform a Background Check and Find Pembroke Pines Arrest Records, Florida
If you wish to inquire about Pembroke Pines arrest records, you should turn to the city's police department. They do not have any online search tool, so you will be required to visit their station (9500 Pines Blvd.) and ask for the information in person. While you are there, you can also ask them to do a warrant search for you to find out if people that matter to you are wanted for a crime.
Using Broward County's Resources
The best sources for a criminal record check are usually the county's authorities, mainly the sheriff office and the Clerk of Court.
You can perform a Broward County arrest search on the sheriff's website using the online name-based inquiry tool at https://www.sheriff.org/DOD/
How Can the Clerk of Courts Help you Trace a Person's Convictions and Arrest History?
The Clerk's website contains a computerized case search (https://www.browardclerk.org/web2) which will assist you in finding Broward County court records based on party name, business name, case number or citation number. Accessing these records, you will be able to tell whether a person has ever been trialed, found guilty of a crime as was sentenced to jail or prison.
The Best Places to Live in Pembroke Pines
The city's northwestern areas are the safest in terms of crime rates. These areas include mainly Sheridan St., NW 166th Ave., NW 18th St. or NW 153RD Ln.
Pembroke Pines is considered safer than 38% of the cities in the United States. You have a chance of 1 in 819 to become a victim of a violent crime (in Florida, it is 1 in 258) and 1 in 69 to become a victim of property crime (in Florida it is 1 in 56). On average, there are 1.22 violent crimes and 14.58 property crimes per 1,000 people.
According to Pembroke Pines Police Department, in 2020, there were 4 murders in the city, 9 forcible rapes, 57 robberies, 139 aggravated assaults, 184 burglaries, 2,074 larceny cases and 237 motor vehicle thefts.