Haskell County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1734)Haskell County Police Departments
Haskell Police Department301 South 1st StreetHaskellTX79521940-864-2323
Haskell County Police Departments
Haskell Police Department200 North Avenue EastHaskellTX79521940-864-2323
Rochester Police Department214 Carothers AvenueRochesterTX79544940-742-3411
Rule Police Department701 Union AvenueRuleTX79547940-996-2172
Texas Department Of Public Safety - Highway Patrol Office 5 District A Sergeant O Area 41 Avenue DHaskellTX79521940-864-3356
Haskell County Sheriff Department
Haskell County Sheriffs Office507 South 2nd StreetHaskellTX79521940-864-2345
Haskell County Probation Departments
Haskell County Probation Department1301 South 1st StreetHaskellTX79521940-864-8910
Kent County Probation Department1301 South 1st StreetHaskellTX79521940-864-8910
Stonewall County Probation Department1301 South 1st StreetHaskellTX79521940-864-8910
Throckmorton County Probation Department1301 South 1st StreetHaskellTX79521940-864-8910
Haskell County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Haskell County Child Support Warrants
Haskell County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Haskell County Sex Offender Registry
Haskell County Sheriff Website

Warrant Records – Are You an FBI Worthy Target?

Warrant Records in Haskell County Texas, also called Court Records of Warrants, contain a wide variety of information on persons charged with crimes or charges of committing a crime whether or not they have been convicted. Per District Court orders, Warrant Records are divided into four classes: criminal record, sex offender records, felony records and arrest records. Warrant Records are available to anyone needing it from the Texas Vital Statistics Office. To access the information one must either fill out an application form, pay a nominal fee, or submit fingerprints and other necessary documents. In either case, the applicant can obtain their records within a short period of time.

Criminal Warrant Records require that the person providing the information has a valid reason to do so. This is usually a federal, state or county judge’s order granting a person who is suspected of committing a crime, or an individual who is the subject of a federal, state or county fugitive recovery order. These warrants are issued by federal, state or county judges based on the information provided by the applicant. To obtain criminal records of a person, one must either visit the courthouse where the person lives or request a copy from the Texas Vital Statistics Office. If you choose the latter method, you will need to fill out an application and mail it to the Texas Vital Statistics Office.

Searching a person’s Criminal Records does not remove any current warrants. These records are kept in separate court houses and are accessible only by the person who requested them, through the proper channels. Information included may include the person’s name, current and previous addresses, present occupation, place of employment, and their exact criminal history if any. Also provided are the crime the person was arrested for and when they were arrested. Also provided is information on prior offenses and the severity of each one.

Warrant Records in Haskell County Texas are maintained electronically. Per State Laws, the records are available to a law enforcement agency for purposes of investigating a person, if they are involved in criminal activity, whenever they apply for a peace officer or other state employee position. Warrant records can also be utilized by a landlord or employer to make certain that they do not hire someone with a criminal background. The landlord may perform background searches before offering any rental property to a possible tenant.

When performing a background search on another person, you have the right to request records from any of the three national databases: Central Contractor Registration, The U.S. Department of Justice’s National Crime Information Center (NCIC) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) database. Each one has different information that is pulled from across the country every day. When requesting these records from the above databases, you will be provided with pertinent information that pertains to the person in question. For example, if a person has been investigated for breaking and entering, they may be listed as a suspect in the database for this specific offense.

If you have been arrested for any type of crime, including burglary, murder, rape or murder, you may still be able to get access to public warrant records. This depends on whether the arrest was made directly by a law enforcement officer or not. Warrant information is typically only disclosed to a law enforcement agency when a warrant has been issued for the arrest of the person in question. The same holds true for sex offenders. You may be able to find out if you are a registered sex offender online.