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Juvenile Delinquency

Any person under the age of 18 years who has committed a law violation.

Juvenile Delinquency FAQs

How can I view Juvenile Delinquency cases?

Juvenile records are confidential per FS 985.04.

The following parties are authorized to receive information regarding a case. You must appear in person and with proper identification - Driver's license or State Identification card.

  • Parent of Child - as long as parental rights are still intact
  • Child
  • Attorney for child after Notice of Appearance is filed with the Clerk
  • Law Enforcement officer - only as to the offense with which the juvenile was charged or arrested
  • Counselor with Department of Juvenile Justice
  • State Attorney
  • Public Defender
  • Corrections Officer
  • Guardian or Legal Custodian of Child
  • Member of Parole Commission

What are the fees and fines associated with this service?

See Juvenile Delinquency Fees for more information.

What are my options for obtaining customer service from the Clerk's office?

Mail: PO Box 3360, Tampa, FL 33601-3360
Email: Contact us
Phone: (813) 276-8100
In person: Downtown Tampa. See wait times. Make appointment for Tampa location.