Florida Department of Law Enforcement
Search for sexual offenders/predators, criminal history, missing children, hurricane preparedness, and domestic security.
You may search for wanted persons, missing persons, stolen vehicles, stolen parts, stolen boats, stolen guns and other items by visiting the Florida Department of Law Enforcement website. This search tool does not search for local Pinellas County warrants (such as parking ticket warrants), but it will search for statewide warrants.
Pinellas County Government
Find all the information you need to know about Pinellas County.
- Pinellas County Emergency Management: 727-464-3800
- Citizen Information Center (when center is activated): 727-464-4333
511tampabay.com or 5-1-1 (Phone number)
Tampa Bay area traffic reports. 511 is now considered to be America’s traveler information number. The Federal Communications Commission designated 511 as the single traffic information telephone number for use by states and local jurisidictions on July 21, 2000. Since then, many states and cities have implemented 511 traffic information services to benefit travelers, and eventually the single-number service should be available nationwide. The service is provided free of charge.
Dial 2-1-1 or visit 211tampabay.org
2-1-1 Tampa Bay Cares, Inc. is a non-profit organization located in Pinellas County which provides community resources through a free easy to access phone number, 2-1-1. 2-1-1 is a free, confidential, and is available 24 hours per day, 7 days a week in 150 languages and is TTY/TDD accessible. 2-1-1 has approximately 1,400 local social services agencies listed and currently services Pinellas, Hernando and Citrus counties.2-1-1 connects callers to information about critical health and human services such as locating a food pantry, child care, recreation programs, and volunteer and donation opportunities. 2-1-1 also lists many health and nutrition programs, such as, community fitness activities, classes on healthy eating, smoking cessation and free health screenings.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Ken Burke, CPA, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Pinellas County, Florida
The Pinellas County Property Appraiser
Pam Dubov, Pinellas County Property Appraiser – Pinellas County, Florida
Pinellas County Public Defender
Bob Dillinger, Public Defender – Sixth Judicial Circuit of Florida
Seniors Vs. Crime
In 1989, some of Florida’s most effective crime fighters were unleashed through the creation of the Attorney General’s Seniors vs. Crime Project. This effective unit has allowed seniors to become involved in not only their own protection, but also that of their fellow citizens.
Office of the State Attorney
Bernie McCabe, State Attorney – Sixth Judicial Circuit of Florida
Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections
Deborah Clark, Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections
Pinellas County Tax Collector
Diane Nelson, CFC, Pinellas County Tax Collector
Sixth Judicial Court
As Florida’s third largest trial court, the Sixth Judicial Circuit is recognized as one of the most efficient trial courts in the nation. Sixty-nine judges hear cases in the Sixth Judicial Circuit. Forty-five circuit judges and twenty-four county judges are assigned to this circuit. The Sixth Judicial Circuit is comprised of Pasco and Pinellas Counties and is located on the Central West Coast of Florida.
Pinellas County Administrator
The County Administrator manages the business of county government. His job is to manage the day to day affairs of the county, and implement the policies and decisions of the Board of County Commissioners (BCC).
Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners
The State constitution gives the Board of County Commissioners the power to adopt ordinances (local laws), approve the County budget and set millages, and establish the requirements for the departments under its control. The Board governs all unincorporated areas of the county directly; municipalities may call upon the County for specialized services.
Florida Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles
Our mission is making highways safe through service, education, and enforcement. Our department members around the state are dedicated to accomplishing this mission. People get a driver license to operate their vehicles or for photo identification purposes. They register and title their automobiles, mobile homes, and boats. They may receive assistance from the Florida Highway Patrol if they are involved in a crash or their vehicle breaks down along Florida’s highways. Often the Patrol will remind drivers to slow down and buckle up.