Miami County Warrant Search is operated by Miami-Dade Police Department. For this purpose they have dedicated an online portal to assist people in making warrant searches. This service not only facilitates people to look for arrest warrants, juvenile take into custody warrant, magistrate warrant, or bench warrant in their own name, but also in making search for warrant against a person they suspect or identify to be a criminal and with an active warrant against his or her name.
The online portal contains official records from Miami-Dade Police Department that are open for public access. The files or criminal cases labeled to be confidential are not available for online searches. The information is best accurate to the knowledge of the officials and is in the same state as copied from the hard copy versions. In case you notice any error, make sure to notify the relevant department immediately.
The department has made a strong recommendation against using any information provided to make an individual action against someone that you have inquired or who is listed on the official website. Convey your concerns top the police department so that action is taken by legal means.
The online portal only requires you to provide the first and last name of the individual against whom you want to conduct the warrant search. Middle name or initials must also be provided. Following this, you have to select the race and gender of the person, along with mentioning their date of birth. The website also requires you to select the kind of warrant you are searching. Options include Alias Capias, Felony Bench Warrant, Juvenile Failure to Appear, Juvenile Take into Custody, Juvenile/Fel Writ of Attach, and Magistrate warrant.
Online Orange County warrant search portals provide ease to access needed information without having to go to any police department in person.