Bell County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1037)Bell County Police Departments
Bartlett Police Department300 West Bell StreetBartlettTX76511254-527-3733
Bell County Police Departments
Belton Police Department711 East 2nd AvenueBeltonTX76513254-933-5840
City of Killeen Police Headquarters3304 Community BoulevardKilleenTX76542254-501-8830
Harker Heights Police Department402 Indian TrailHarker HeightsTX76548254-953-5420
Holland Police Department104 West Travis StreetHollandTX76534254-657-8161
Killeen Independent School District Police Department4100 Zephyr RoadKilleenTX76543254-520-1773
Killeen Police Department402 North 2nd StreetKilleenTX76541254-501-8830
Little River-Academy Police Department509 East Main StreetLittle River-AcademyTX76554254-982-4248
Morgans Point Resort Police Department8 Morgan's Point BoulevardBeltonTX76513254-780-1334
Nolanville Police Department100 North Main StreetNolanvilleTX76559254-698-6334
Rogers Police Department2 West Mesquite AvenueRogersTX76569254-642-3674
Salado Police Department301 North Stagecoach RoadSaladoTX76571254-947-5681
Temple College Police Department2600 South 1st StreetTempleTX76504254-298-8291
Temple Police Department209 East Avenue ATempleTX76501254-298-5536
Texas Department Of Public Safety - Highway Patrol Region 6 District A Sergeant 0 Area 86612 South General Bruce DriveTempleTX76502254-770-6700
Troy Police Department201 East Main StreetTroyTX76579254-938-0100
Troy Police Department111 Cypress AvenueTroyTX76579254-938-0100
University Of Mary Hardin-Baylor University Police Department816 College StreetBeltonTX76513254-295-5555
Bell County Sheriff Department
Bell County Sheriffs Office / Bell County Jail111 West Central AvenueBeltonTX76513254-634-1663
Bell County Probation Department
Bell County Probation Department4800 East Rancier AvenueKilleenTX76543254-690-7022
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Warrant Records Lookup

Warrant records are public documents that reveal a person’s legal rights and responsibilities. These records may be used by law enforcement agencies and other government agencies for a number of purposes. People living in Bell County, Texas can obtain these records through various different channels. This is primarily because warrants are one of the most commonly used resources for locating people. If the suspect is not located in Bell County, Texas, his or her name will be entered into the national database so that any information regarding them is made available to law officials around the country.

The Bell County Record Book is one of the main sources for these public records. This is a comprehensive collection of warrants, judgments, arrests and other court records on all people living in Bell County. To find out information about a person, one only needs to visit the courthouse where the warrants were issued and request a copy of the records. If a person has already been served with a search warrant, he or she may opt to sign a self-verification affidavit stating that they were served correctly and that they do not have the records needed.

For instance, if a person wants to look up information about a specific person who has had a criminal history, he or she can go to the county Courthouse and request the record of this person. At this point, the requester should also provide as much information as possible pertaining to the crime in question. This way, the records will have more detail about the person involved. Individuals will have the option to see their own records and those of the person in question.

In addition to this, warrants can also be obtained from the Texas State Bureau of Investigation. Under these circumstances, criminal activity is actually happening in Texas, yet the person committing it is not under the jurisdiction of Texas law. When requesting criminal records, one must provide proof of a person’s residency in Texas. Because the Statute of Limitations in Texas bars the state from being able to prosecute a person for crime after the Statute of Limitation expires, the state will instead issue the individual a warrant for arrest.

In most instances, the person who is issued the criminal records will be required to give their identification and personal information. As soon as the person produces this identification, they can be arrested and taken into custody. However, the record does not show any criminal activity that took place in another state. The individual must produce a valid driver’s license or a valid state card for purchase of a gun. The reasons for this are so that the state will be able to verify the person’s identity and to ensure that the person has a legitimate state issued document.

Warrant records can be used for many purposes. In some instances, an individual may want to verify the criminal activity of a person they know. In other instances, an individual may be concerned about a person’s identity and want to make sure that this person does not possess a criminal record in another state.