Frio County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1545)Frio County Police Departments
Dilley City Police Department107 East Miller StreetDilleyTX78017830-965-2113
Frio County Police Departments
Dilley Police Department105 South Commerce StreetDilleyTX78017830-965-2113
Pearsall Police Department211 South Oak StreetPearsallTX78061830-334-4169
Pearsall Police Department127 West Davila StreetPearsallTX78061830-334-4169
Texas Department Of Public Safety - Highway Patrol Region 8 District B Sergeant 0 Area 3502 South Cedar StreetPearsallTX78061830-334-0060
Frio County Sheriff Department
Frio County Sheriffs Department502 South Cedar StreetPearsallTX78061830-334-3311
Frio County Probation Department
Frio County Probation Department500 East San Antonio StreetPearsallTX78061830-334-0030
Frio County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Frio County Child Support Warrants
Frio County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Frio County Sex Offender Registry
Frio County Sheriff Website
Pearsall Municipal Court Driving Records

Is There a Way to Get Access to a Law Enforcement Records Search?

Warrant Records in Frio County Texas are maintained by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS). It can be difficult to request this type of record, however. To begin with, Texas does not have a central statewide repository of warrant information like many other states do. Instead, DPS relies on the states that request such information from DPS to compile a list of approved records. This means that you will have to go from city to city and county to county in order to access this important public record.

Before attempting to search for any warrant, you should know exactly what you are looking for. A warrant is a criminal misdemeanor that is issued by a judge based on factual evidence that a person committed an act in violation of his or her bail terms. You can’t just search for these violations any more, as DPS now requires a formal search before they will release the records of someone who was arrested for such a violation. This search is completed through an interview with the arresting officer after which the DPS will collect all the necessary information from the person’s criminal history.

When you go to DPS to make a request for the arrest warrant, you should be prepared. If you were to go in without knowing what you are looking for, you may not get the results you want. This is because the data that DPS needs to perform an accurate search takes time to collect from various court houses. The first place you should look to see if you can find out the person’s record is the local courthouse in the county the person lives in. In Texas it is usually the judge’s house and the records are kept there.

If you still have trouble finding the record you want, you can always use a search engine. Many people use Google, MSN, and Yahoo to perform a search. These three search engines will return results based on the person’s name, address, and sex. However, these search engines don’t always return accurate information. They also can’t provide information on federal, state, or municipal warrants. Also, if you want to know if there is a warrant out for your arrest, you will need to hire a detective or a legal professional to obtain this information.

Another option to search for a person’s criminal record is to contact the sheriffs office in the county the person lives in. Sometimes they will tell you if there is a warrant out for the person or they won’t tell you. You will need to fill out an application for a judicial search, which is required by law. If you pass the test, you will be given access to the person’s police records, which may contain more detailed information about the person than what was found on the Internet.

The final option is to hire a private detective or a legal professional to do the search for you. Although this may be the fastest and least expensive option, it can also be the most difficult. The person must supply you with the information you request and then you must wait for the documents you requested to be processed. In some states, you must appear personally before the clerk at the courthouse to get the warrant records.