How to Do an IRCSO County Warrant Search?

How to Do an IRCSO County Warrant Search?

Life is complicated, and sometimes you or a loved one wind up wondering if a particular run-in with law enforcement has resulted in an arrest warrant. If you are concerned, there's an outstanding warrant with your name (or the name of a loved one) on it, you do need to know so that you can take the proper steps towards turning yourself in. DoNotPay is here to help you learn how to do a free warrant search without compromising yourself—giving you time to contact your attorney or figure out your next steps. Read on to learn more about conducting an .

How to Check for Warrants in Indian River County

There are several ways you can check for outstanding . One thing to know—a search will not only reveal any current warrants against a person, but also any previous arrests in the county. So it's not necessary to panic right away; check to make sure the warrant is still outstanding.

Online Warrant Search

The county uses a third-party database for online searches. These searches are free, but if you search from your computer, you may not maintain anonymity. There are three county search sites.

  1. Florida Crime Information Service Public Access System
  2. Indian River County Child Support Warrants
  3. IRC Sheriff's Department Warrant Search

The IRCSO website only published warrants issued in the past 10 days. You'll need the latest version of Adobe Acrobat to download any files. You can also go to the IRCSO in person to check for warrants.

IRCSO AddressIndian River County Sheriff's Office Custodian of Public Records

4055 41st Avenue

Vero Beach, Florida, 32960

IRCSO Phone Number772-978-6215
Southern District of Florida Federal Court AddressUS Courthouse

101 South US Highway #1

Fort Pierce, FL, 34950

Southern District of Florida Federal Court Phone Number772-467-2300

Federal Warrants

If you are worried about a federal arrest warrant, you'll need to contact the Southern District of Florida federal court in Fort Pierce. Please refer to the contact provided above.

Other Ways to Search

  • Call an Indian River County bail bondsman.
  • Pay for a search using the public records search website.

Don't Take Action Based on This Information

Florida's Department of Law Enforcement reminds anyone searching for outstanding warrants not to try to take matters into their own hands. Information in these records may not actually be probable cause for an arrest, and it could be dangerous for you to go out freelancing. If you have information, go to the IRCSO and speak with someone there.

Who Issues the Warrant for Arrest?

The IRCSO issues local warrants. If law enforcement or another party believes an arrest is the right course of action, they take the case to an IRC judge. If the judge finds the warrant reasonable, they sign the warrant for an arrest.

Why Wouldn't the Police Look For Someone With an Outstanding Warrant?

There's no doubt that law enforcement officials would love nothing more than to have the resources to send a posse out for everyone in the county with an outstanding warrant, but that's just not possible. There are two types of warrants, but only an actual Arrest Warrant will have the police out looking for you.

Arrest Warrants

If the judge finds that there's probable cause for an arrest, that means that the police believe that you have engaged in criminal behavior and that they have enough evidence to make an arrest and put you in front of a judge. These are the types of warrants that the police will search for you.

Bench Warrants

Bench warrants are sneakier. If you break traffic laws, don't show up for court, or forgot to pay a speeding ticket, the judge will issue a bench warrant. Nobody is coming to pick you up in the cruiser, but if you get pulled for running a stop sign, that bench warrant will show up when the police run a check for outstanding warrants in Florida.

DoNotPay Is the Best Solution

As we mentioned before, you may prefer anonymity when you are searching for arrest warrants. DoNotPay can run the search for you, keeping your name out of the request. Follow our simple steps for a warrant search by entering some basic information, and we'll take it from there. Our AI technology knows how to run the fastest search for the warrant types you're looking for, so you get results quickly and without frustration.

Here Are the Steps for Using DoNotPay

  1. Go to the Check for Warrants product on DoNotPay.

  2. Choose whether you want to search for yourself or someone else, and answer a few questions to help us narrow down the search results, including current and previous addresses, age, the names of parents/relatives, and any known aliases.

  3. Select how you would like to receive the results in the case where we have to contact the police station on your behalf (by mail or email).

  4. Enter your contact information, including email, address, and phone number.

DoNotPay Works All Over the US

People are not just complicated, they're also on the move. If you live in Oklahoma or Colorado and need to look up warrants in Texas, no need to worry about hunting down local law enforcement—we've got you covered.

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