The Most Effective Way to search for Lafayette County Arrest Records and Warrants
To trace Lafayette County arrest records for the purpose of conducting a background check on a person of interest to you, you should, first and foremost, turn to the local Sheriff Office. You can call them at 386-294-1222 or visit them at 231 NW Monroe Ave, Mayo, FL 32066 so as to inquire about the people they have taken into custody. The information they will give you will most likely relate to recent arrests.
What you can do to get older records is turn to the Clerk of Court and file a FOIA request to view Lafayette County court records related to criminal cases. These dockets unfold information on a person's convictions and jail sentences. It's important that you know that The Florida Sunshine Law allows you and any other citizen to access official governmental dockets. The Clerk's address is 120 W Main St, Mayo, FL 32066. Their phone number is 386-294-1600.
For a more through Florida arrest search, we recommend the Criminal History Service offered by the FDLE (found at cchinet.fdle.state.fl.us/search/app/default?3). This searchable database will let you track a person's criminal history (including arrests) in the entire state. You'll need to sign up and pay $25.00 for each person being searched.
Lastly, another tool which will enable you to find Lafayette County arrest records and perform a more comprehensive FL inmate search is the online database maintained by the state's Department of Corrections (found at: dc.state.fl.us/OffenderSearch/Search.aspx). After filling out an inmate's name, you'll be provided with information displaying his or her personal details and physical attributes, booking date, future release date and the prison where he or she is held. This tool also lets you search for released inmates, supervised population and absconders/fugitives. The information covers all of FL counties.
Conducting a Warrant Search
To check if a person is wanted by the police, you should contact the sheriff office and ask for information on Lafayette County warrants. They are usually willing to share this information with the public (unless minors are the suspects) hoping to get tips which will help them trace the whereabouts of fugitives.
To expand your inquiry, you can use the Crime Information Center operated by the FDLA (found at pas.fdle.state.fl.us/pas/restricted/PAS/home/home.jsf) to try and trace Florida warrants. It contains a wanted person searchable database which covers the entire state.
Using This Website's Search Tool
flarrestscheck.org puts at your disposal an extensive database you can access by typing a person's name in the search box. Results you'll get present a full account of that person's background including Lafayette County arrest records and outstanding warrants as well prison and criminal records issued all over Florida. You can even broaden your inquiry to other states. The data is highly accurate and updated. It's derived from enormous public and private sources. All searches are 100% confidential and anonymous.