Floyd County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1540)Floyd County Police Departments
Floydada Police Department114 West Virginia StreetFloydadaTX79235806-983-2834
Floyd County Police Departments
Floydada Volunteer Fire Department100 West Virginia StreetFloydadaTX79235806-983-2834
Lockney Police Department113 South East 1st StreetLockneyTX79241806-652-3548
Floyd County Sheriff Departments
Floyd County Sheriff's Office125 East California StreetFloydadaTX79235806-983-4901
Floyd County Sheriffs Office120 East Missouri StreetFloydadaTX79235806-983-4901
Floyd County Probation Departments
Floyd County Probation Department111 North Wall StreetFloydadaTX79235806-983-4925
Briscoe County Probation Department111 North Wall StreetFloydadaTX79235806-983-4925
Dickens County Probation Department111 North Wall StreetFloydadaTX79235806-983-4925
Motley County Probation Department111 North Wall StreetFloydadaTX79235806-983-4925
Floyd County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Floyd County Child Support Warrants
Floyd County Justice of The Peace Driving Records
Floyd County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Floyd County Sex Offender Registry
Floyd County Sheriff Website

Criminal Records – Doing a Warrant Search Online

Warrant Records in Floyd County Texas are maintained by the sheriffs office. Each county will maintain their own records and these can be accessed online. However, you may want to get an up to date copy of your warrant records in Texas and that is possible if you are looking for it from the Texas court house where your warrant was granted. The clerk of court in your county will give you the information you need to know about a warrants search. You will also be able to see if they are active and if there are any warrants out for your arrest. You may also be able to do this in the county where you were arrested.

If you are looking for information about a warrant then the first place to look is in the county courthouse. This is where all warrants for criminal violations are recorded and you will have access to this record. If you are looking for information on a non-fatal civil violation then you will have access to that as well. The clerk’s office will be able to tell you the name of the person who was issued the warrant, when it was issued, if it has been modified or cancelled and if it has been expired.

If you are suspicious of a person then you can conduct a criminal check on them. This can be done online. Most counties will make these records public but some will keep them private until the person is convicted of the crime. If you find the person has been convicted of a criminal offense then you can search for their arrest warrant.

When conducting a search for a criminal record you will need to provide the person’s name and the jurisdiction in which the person was charged. Some states allow you to conduct this search using a name you have; others require a person’s social security number or date of birth. If the person has a previous address for an extended period then that might also help you to narrow down the results. Some people try to avoid public records by using an alter ego or a false identity. However, if the person you are looking for has no alter egos or false identities, then you will need to conduct an un-retrievable search.

You can be a bit more specific when doing searches on a person’s arrest record. For instance, if you want to check up on someone who has been married more than once then you can enter the names of the person’s past spouses into the search bar and look up any police records that they might have. You can also find out if the person has had any contact with the police since their marriage and for how long.

You can be even more specific and exact with your search. If you have a person’s Social Security number then you can enter it into the search engine on the internet to see if there are any criminal warrant records listed for the person. If there are then you will be able to read the details of the warrant. However, if there are no records then you will have to go back to the drawing board. There is nothing worse than the possibility of a criminal being free to walk the streets while you are free to carry a weapon. Finding out a person’s criminal record can help ensure you and your family stay safe.