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Florida Eviction Record Search, Florida Criminal Records Search,
Florida County Court Records Search, and Free Florida Sex Offender Registry Check.
Florida Eviction Record Search $19.95 and results are returned instantly.
The Florida eviction search covers the listed counties, which are updated in the system as follows:
Updated Weekly: Broward, Duval, Hillsborough, Dade, Orange, Palm Beach, Pinellas
Updated Bi-Weekly: Brevard, Lee, Leon, Polk, Seminole, Volusia Updated Monthly: Alachua, Bay, Charlotte, Citrus, Collier, Escambia, Lake, Manatee, Marion, Osceola, Pasco, Sarasota Updated Bi-Monthly: Clay, Highlands, Indian River, Martin, Okaloosa, St Johns, St Lucie
Updated Quarterly: Columbia, Flagler, Hardee, Monroe, Santa Rosa Updated Annually: Baker, Bradford, Calhoun, De Soto, Dixie, Franklin, Gilchrist, Glades, Gulf, Hamilton, Holmes, Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy, Liberty, Madison, Sumter, Taylor, Union, Wakulla, Walton, Washington
Updated Semi-Annually: Okeechobee, Hendry, Gadsden
Updated Tri-Annually: Hernando, Jackson, Nassau, Putnam, Suwannee
Florida Criminal Records Search $24.95 and results are returned instantly.
Florida Corrections Background Records Search Description: The Florida corrections records search covers historical felony conviction records and current felony conviction records on inmates and probationers. This Florida corrections search may return the name, alias names, physical details, DOB, state number, SSN, county case number, charge or charges, arrest date, disposition date, and sentence details. The Florida corrections records are updated quarterly.
Florida Court Record Search Description: The Florida court record background search covers criminal convictions from the following counties: Alachua County, Bay County, Brevard County, Broward County (includes the City of Ft. Lauderdale), Charlotte County, Citrus County, Clay County, Collier County, Columbia County, Duval County (includes the City of Jacksonville), Escambia County, Flagler County, Gadsden County, Highlands County, Hillsborough County (includes the City of Tampa), Indian River County, Lake County (updated quarterly), Lee County, Leon County (includes the City of Tallahassee), Levy County, Manatee County, Marion County (last updated April 2015), Martin County, Miami-Dade County (includes the City of Miami), Monroe County, Okaloosa County, Orange County (includes the City of Orlando), Osceola County, Palm Beach County (updated quarterly), Pasco County, Pinellas County (includes the City of St. Petersburg), Polk County, Putnam County, Sarasota County, Seminole County, Saint Lucie County (updated quarterly), Santa Rosa County, St. Johns County, and Volusia County. The Florida court records search may show the name, DOB, gender, race, county name, charge or charges, disposition details, time served, and additional information. The Florida court records are mostly updated monthly.
Florida County Court Records Search $24.95/county. Results take 1-3 business days.
Some results may take longer than expected due to court procedures or if additional information is needed.
Free Florida Public Records Sex Offender Registry Check Results returned instantly.
The Florida public records sex offender registry is free with all orders and it may include sex offenses. Results may show the name, address, physical details, date added, crime location and crime. Florida sex offenders whose offenses occurred on or after 10/1/1993 that resulted in a conviction or those who were released from incarceration and on probation or parole on or after 10/1/1993 must register to be included. Florida sex offenders must register for twenty years, sexual predators, indefinitely unless relieved by a Florida court. The Florida sex offender registry is updated monthly and predators are forbidden from working (professional or volunteer setting) with minors.
Florida Public Records Rental, Housing and Population Data
Increasing 2.7% from 4/1/2010 to 7/1/2012, the population of Florida was 19,317,568 in 2012. Of the population, 72% speak only English in the home. The median income is $44,736, and 14.9% of the population are in poverty in 2009. In 2011 there were 7.1 million households in Florida. The average household size was 2.6 people. In 2011 84% lived in the same house as one year earlier.
In 2009 the median home value was $182,400 and the median rent was $952. There were 2,203,000 renter units in total.
In 2010 there were 7,843,000 housing units in total and 39,500 new housing units authorized. The home ownership rate was 69.3%. Home owner vacancy rate was 4.5% and vacancy rate for rentals was 15.1%. There were 396,500 homes sold.
Florida Public Record Crime Information
- The rate for Florida violent crimes was 613 times per hundred thousand people in 2009: 411 aggravated assaults, 167 robberies, 30 forcible rapes and 6 murders.
- The Florida violent crime rate is higher
than the rate of 440 in the United States.
- The rate for Florida property crimes was 3,841 times per hundred thousand people in 2009: 271 motor vehicle thefts, 2,589 larceny/thefts, and 981 burglaries.
- The Florida property crime rate is higher
than the rate of 3,072 in the United States.
Source for Florida Tenant, Population and Household Background Data: U.S. Census and FBI
Other Florida Background Information
Major Florida Cities and Towns: Apalachicola, Arcadia, Bartow, Belle Glade, Boca Raton, Bradenton, Brooksville, Chipley, Clearwater, Coral Gables, Crestview, Daytona Beach, DeLand, Dunedin, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Fort Pierce, Fort Walton Beach, Gainesville, Hialeah, Hollywood, Jacksonville, Key West, Lake City, Lakeland, Largo, Marianna, Melbourne, Merritt Island, Miami, Naples, New Port Richey, North Port, Ocala, Orlando, Palatka, Panama City, Pensacola, Perry, Pompano Beach, Quincy, Saint Augustine, Sarasota, Sebring, St. Petersburg, Starke, Stuart, Tallahassee, Tampa, Titusville, Venice, Vero Beach, West Palm Beach
The state abbreviation for Florida is FL. The terms Florida criminal records and Florida criminal background records are used interchangeably. The above listings includes cities, towns, boroughs and communities based on the US Postal Service mail delivery. To report any inaccuracies, please contact us.