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Orange County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What Are Orange County Arrest Records?

Orange County arrest records document the arrest data of Orange County residents. Arrest information may include, warrants, questioning, apprehension, and detention. An arrest record also contains some personal information such as name, date of birth, and age. The Orange County Sheriff’s Office accepts requests for incident reports in-person as well as by mail, email, and phone. The requester can call the Sheriff’s Office at (407) 254-7280 or send a mail request along with a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:

Orange County Sheriff’s Office
Records/Identification Section
2500 W. Colonial Drive
Orlando, FL 32804
Email: records@ocfl.net

The requester can also visit the office for in-person requests. The Sheriff’s Office opens from Monday to Friday between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm. Interested individuals can also send email requests to the Records/Identification Section. Individuals requesting for Orange arrest records should visit the Sheriff’s Office with a $5 fee.

Crime Statistics

Crime data for Orange County show that there were 40,469 total arrests in 2017, the most recent year with a complete record. This figure represents a 6.5% drop in arrest rates in the county compared to the previous year. The data also reveal a 6.9% year-on-year reduction in overall crime. The violent crime rate fell by 13.8% while the property crime rate experienced a 5.7% drop. A breakdown of crime statistics for Orange County for 2017 shows that there were 70 murders, 692 rapes, 1,736 robberies, 4,700 aggravated assaults, 8,188 burglaries, 33,622 larcenies, and 3,839 motor vehicle thefts. Compared to 2016 figures, larceny was the only crime with a higher crime rate in 2017. While it rose by 4.2%, murder (54.5%), rape (12%), robbery (3%), aggravated assault (13%), burglary (26.1%), and motor vehicle theft (0.1%) rates declined.

What Are Orange County Criminal Records?

Orange County criminal records provide information on the criminal activity of Orange County residents. These documents differ from Orange County arrest records because they do not provide enough proof of a person's involvement in a crime. Criminal records, on the other hand, affirms a person's criminal activity.

Criminal records are public records in Florida. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement generates and maintains Orange County criminal records. A criminal record contains the following:

  • The subject's full name and alias, sex, date of birth, and race.
  • A mugshot
  • A complete set of fingerprints
  • Physical descriptors
  • The offense(s) committed
  • Arrest history
  • Charges
  • Convictions
  • Pending dispositions

How Do I Get Orange County Criminal Records?

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) provides statewide criminal history checks. For inquiries, the requesting party can contact the FDLE on (850) 410-8109. Residents of Orange County can also visit the Sheriff’s Office for public fingerprinting. This service is available only on Thursdays between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm.

Fingerprinting attracts a charge of $10 per card payable in cash, credit card, or money order. The Orange County Sheriff’s Office also provides local criminal history checks through its Records/Identification Section. This service is only available in person and by mail request. Requesters can send a mail to the Sheriff's office or visit the office in person at:

Orange County Sheriff’s Office
Records/Identification Section
2500 W. Colonial Drive
Orlando, FL 32804

How to Find Orange County Sex Offender Information

Registered sex offenders have their data published on a Sex Offender Registry maintained by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Sex offender information is open to the public. County residents can, therefore, access the Registry via the internet. To access this database, record seekers should visit the Sex Offender/Predator Information page on FDLE’s website. They can conduct a sex offender search if the full name of a particular sex offender is known. Residents can also conduct a neighborhood search to locate sex offenders living close to them. Sex offender information published online includes the offender's name, date of birth, age, and details about past convictions.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Orange County Jail?

People can visit inmates housed in the Orange County jail via jail visitation. Face-to-face visits are permissible for attorneys and law enforcement officers only. The jail department allows three inmate visits per week. Visitors are to schedule an appointment one day in advance by calling (407) 836-8061, between 9:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. The facility will provide each visitor with a unique visiting identification number. The visitor must arrive at the facility at least 15 minutes before the visiting hour. Once the visitor arrives at the facility, an officer will ask for the issued visiting I.D and a valid government I.D. The facility address is:

North Perimeter Building
3722 Vision Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32839

Where and How to Find Orange County Inmate Information

The Orange County Government keeps inmate and jail records and makes some of the information available on its website. To find an inmate booked into one of the jails in the county, the record seeker can make use of the inmate locator tool. Public requests for inmate and jail records can be made in person, via mail, email, or call.

The custodian of Orange public records processes walk-in requests. The office address is at:

Corrections Administration building
3723 Vision Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32839
Phone: (407) 836-0321
Email: OCCDRecords@ocfl.net

Requesters may also send a mail to:

Orange County Corrections
Custodian of Public Records
P.0. Box 4970
Orlando, FL 32802-4970

What Are Orange County Court Records?

Orange County court records contain court information. The Orange County Clerk of Courts maintains all court records and documents filed in the county. Its database includes millions of court records that are available for review for free. These include records for traffic, probate, family, civil, and criminal courts. The record seeker should use the search tool on the County Clerk’s website to find court records. The database includes records for cases filed between 2009 and the present as well as docket information for cases filed from 1990 to the present.

Not all records are available online. For records not found in the online database, the County Clerk accepts requests by mail, in person, and online. Due to the number of requests received, it can take up to 10 business days to process a request. For online requests, the requesting party can complete a request form hosted on the Records Management page of the County Clerk’s website. Alternatively, they can visit or send a mail request to:

Orange County Clerk of Records
425 N. Orange Avenue
Suite 150
Orlando, FL 32801

The County Clerk charges $1 per page of court record copies. There is an additional $2 fee for certifying each document. Acceptable methods of payment include debit and credit cards for online requests (include a $1.50 credit card processing fee). Mail request fees are payable by money order or check made to Orange County Clerk of Courts. For in-person requests, the County Clerk accepts cash, money order, check, and debit/credit cards (along with a $3.50 credit/debit card processing fee).

Location of All Courts in Orange County

Orange County Circuit Court
Orange County Courthouse
425 North Orange Avenue
Orlando, FL 32801
Phone: (407) 836-2000

Orange County Circuit Court - Apopka Branch
1111 North Rock Springs Road
Apopka, FL 32712
Phone: (407) 836-2007

Orange County Circuit Court - Goldenrod
684 Goldenrod Road
Orlando, FL 32822
Phone: (407) 836-2007

Orange County Circuit Court - Juvenile Division
2000 East Michigan Street
Orlando, FL 32806
Phone: (407) 836-2000

Orange County Circuit Court - Ocoee Branch
475 West Story Road
Ocoee, FL 34761
Phone: (407) 836-2007

Orange County Circuit Court - Winter Park Branch
450 North Lakemont Avenue
Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone: (407) 836-2007

County Court of Orange County
Orange County Courthouse
425 North Orange Avenue
Orlando, FL 32801
Phone: (407) 836-2000

County Court of Orange County - Apopka Branch
1111 North Rock Springs Road
Apopka, FL 32712
Phone: (407) 836-2007

County Court of Orange County - Goldenrod
684 Goldenrod Road
Orlando, FL 32822
Phone: (407) 836-2007

County Court of Orange County - Juvenile Division
2000 East Michigan Street
Orlando, FL 32806
Phone: (407) 836-2000

County Court of Orange County - Ocoee Branch
475 West Story Road
Ocoee, FL 34761
Phone: (407) 836-2007

County Court of Orange County - Winter Park Branch
450 North Lakemont Avenue
Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone: (407) 836-2007

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What Are Orange County Vital Records

Vital records are documentation of vital events that occurred in Orange County. They include birth information, divorce decrees, marriage data, e.t.c. Depending on the type of record, vital records may be open records or sealed records.

At the State level, the Florida Bureau of Vital Statistics maintains vital records and the Orange County Clerk of Courts issues vital records at the county level. Both jurisdictions may require a fee, depending on the type of record and the number of copies requested. Applicants may also need to provide some documents before requests can be processed.

Where and How to Get Orange County Divorce Records

Divorce records for Orange County are kept by the Clerk of Courts and available for viewing on the Orange County Clerk’s website. To obtain a divorce petition and other documents related to the proceedings, the requester can visit the Orange County Courthouse or the branch office where the petition was filed. The Clerk of Courts charges $1 per charge for divorce record copies and $1.50 per legal-size page.

Florida's Bureau of Vital Statistics also processes requests for divorce records. The applicant will need to download a Divorce Report Application form and fill in the necessary information. The department charges $5 per copy and $4 per extra copy. Record search made for an additional year will be billed at $2 for each year. All fees and payments can be submitted through mail or in-person to:

Florida Department Of Health
Office Of Vital Statistics
1217 North Pearl Street
Vital Records Section
P.O. Box 210
Jacksonville, FL 32231-0042

Where and How to Get Orange County Marriage Records

The Orange County Circuit Clerk provides certified copies of marriage records. Anyone who needs a marriage record should access the Request Court Records page to choose a purchase option. The record's subjects and their legal representatives can also inspect the physical court file at the Courthouse located in:

425 N. Orange Avenue
Suite 150
Orlando, FL 32801

The Florida Bureau of Vital Statistics also grants mail and walk-in requests. Applicants are to download and complete a Marriage Record Application. The department bills each copy at $5 while additional copies cost $4 each. All fees and payments should be directed to:

Florida Department Of Health
Office Of Vital Statistics
1217 North Pearl Street
Vital Records Section
P.O. Box 210
Jacksonville, FL 32231-0042

Where and How to Get Orange County Birth Records

The Florida Department of Health issues birth certificates for Orange County. It provides computer copies of birth certificates for all Florida births from 1917 to the present. Each certified copy is available at $15 while each additional copy attracts a charge of $8. To obtain a printed birth certificate, applicants can visit:

Central Office Health Center Building 2
Florida Department of Health
807 West Church Street
Orlando FL 32805

The Central Office opens Monday to Friday between 8:00 am and 4:30 pm. Other locations where birth certificates are available are:

Tax Collector Clarcona Office
4101 Clarcona Ocoee Road
Orlando, FL 32810

Tax Collector East Orange Office
10051 University Boulevard
Orlando, FL 32817

The requester should bring along a valid state driver’s license, passport, ID card, or military ID. The Central Office also accepts mail requests. To send one, applicants should download, complete, and send a Birth Certificate Application to:

Florida Department Of Health
Office Of Vital Statistics
1217 North Pearl Street
Vital Records Section
P.O. Box 210
Jacksonville, FL 32231-0042

They are to also include a stamped self-addressed envelope along with a valid ID and the applicable fees made out to the Office of Vital Statistics.

Where and How to Get Orange County Death Records

The Florida Department of Health issues death certificates for deaths occurring from 2009 to the present for all counties in the state. It charges $10 for each certified copy and $5 for each additional copy requested. Applicants are to come along with a valid state driver’s license, passport, ID card, or military ID. The Florida Department of Health also accepts mail requests. The requesting party will need to download the Death Certificate Application on the department's website. Completed forms should be sent along with a copy of a driver’s license or any other valid I.D. to:

Florida Department Of Health
Office Of Vital Statistics
1217 North Pearl Street
Vital Records Section
P.O. Box 210
Jacksonville, FL 32231-0042

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Orange County?

Orange County property records such as deeds, assessment rolls, and other information relating to personal, business, and real property are open to the public. Residents of Orange County can access, inspect, and obtain copies of Orange County property records by submitting requests via mail or in-person at the custodian office. Individuals can also find these records or related information online by using the search tools provided by the same custodians.

Where and How to Find Property Records in Orange County

Orange County property records are available at the Clerk-Recorder Department. Individuals may obtain official copies of these records in person, via mailed requests, and ordered online following a search on the Grantor-Grantee database. Requesters are often required to provide document recording dates and names of grantors or grantees within the requests along with book, instrument, and page number, if available. Individuals may also find request forms on the Clerk-Recorder website.

The department charges $1 for the first page, $1 per additional copy, and $1 per certified page. For over-the-counter service, individuals can make payments with cash, check, cashier's check, credit/debit card, or money order made payable to the Orange County Clerk-Recorder. However, payments for mailed requests should be with checks, cashier's checks, and money orders only. Requests should be to:

Orange County Clerk-Recorder
Attn: Copy Desk
County Administration South
601 North Ross Street
Santa Ana, CA 92701
Phone: (714) 834-2500

Individuals can obtain additional information on property assessment, maps, liens, and tax from the County Assessor and Treasurer-Tax Collector.

How to Look Up Orange County Property Records

Individuals can look up Orange County property records on the searchable online Grantor/Grantee Index provided by the Clerk-Recorder Department. The index contains all available records from April 1982 to date, but these may only be partial documents. Users can search by name, document number, document type, map, and recording date. Search results will contain property records relating to the search criteria and provided information. Furthermore, individuals can download results or purchase the document on the database. Individuals can also lookup property records at any of the four Clerk-Recorder offices located at:

County Administration South (Main Office)
601 North Ross Street,
Santa Ana, CA 92701

Old Orange County Courthouse
211 West Santa Ana Boulevard.
Santa Ana, CA 92701

South County Branch Office
Laguna Hills Civic Center
24031 El Toro Road,
Suite 150
Laguna Hills, CA 92653

North County Branch Office
Wells Fargo Building/Parking
222 South Harbor Boulevard,
Suite 110
Anaheim, CA 92805

The County Treasurer-Tax Collector also maintains an online application that individuals may use to find information on supplement property tax and other property information through the various search criteria.

Location of Orange County Property Assessors

Orange County Assessor
500 South Main Street
2nd Floor
Orange, CA 92868
Phone: (714) 834-2727

Orange County Assessor (South County Office)
Mission Viejo City Hall
200 Civic Center
Mission Viejo, CA 92691
Phone: (949) 470-8428