Kaufman County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1802)Kaufman County Police Departments
Kaufman Independent School District Police Department3205 South Houston StreetKaufmanTX75142972-932-5632
Kaufman County Police Departments
Kaufman Police Department105 East Chestnut StreetKaufmanTX75142972-932-3094
Combine Police Department123 Davis RoadSeagovilleTX75159972-476-8790
Crandall Police Department112 South Main StreetCrandallTX75114972-427-3767
Forney Police Department110 Justice Center DriveForneyTX75126972-552-3932
Forney Police Department100 West Aimee StreetForneyTX75126972-552-3932
Kemp Independent School District Police Department1 Yellow Jacket DriveKempTX75143903-498-1309
Kemp Police Department304 North Main StreetKempTX75143903-498-8600
Kemp Police DepartmentWest 11th StreetKempTX75143903-498-8600
Mabank Police Department129 East Market StreetMabankTX75147903-887-8500
Oak Grove City Marshal7570 Farm to Market Road 1388KaufmanTX75142214-707-5335
Talty Police Department9550 Helms TrailForneyTX75126972-552-9592
Terrell Independent School District Police Department400 Poetry RoadTerrellTX75160972-563-7504
Terrell Police Department201 East Nash StreetTerrellTX75160972-551-6622
Kaufman County Sheriff Departments
Kaufman County Law Enforcement1900 U.s. 175KaufmanTX75142972-932-4337
Kaufman County Sheriff's Office1900 U.s. 175KaufmanTX75142972-932-4337
Kaufman County Probation Department
Kaufman County Probation DepartmentPO Box 1 137KaufmanTX75142972-932-0320
Kaufman County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
City of Crandall Court Records
City of Forney Court Records
Forney Municipal Court Website
Kaufman County Child Support Warrants
Kaufman County Jail Inmate Search
Kaufman County Jail Inmate Search (Texas)
Kaufman County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Kaufman County Sex Offender Registry
Kaufman County Sheriff's Office Website
Kaufman Police Department Accident Reports
Terrell County Sheriff's Office Arrest Reports and Warrants

Warrant Records – Per Se & Strict Term

In Kaufman County Texas, warrants are a legal process that provides law enforcers the power to take someone into custody without showing cause. Warrants allow police officers to investigate a crime before taking any action. In essence, all warrants are created equal. Therefore, there are differences between how warrants are stored and searched by law enforcement officials.

Warrant Records contain a person’s name, present charges, date of birth, name of employer, current address, and more. A warrant can be based on many different factors such as arrest, traffic citation, jail arrest or previous crime. A warrant is an official document from a judge that says a person has committed a crime when they were unaware that they had done so. These types of warrants may not be honored by other states. This is why it is important to know exactly what a warrant is before you are arrested.

An arrest warrant is issued by a judge and gives police officers the right to arrest that person on the date scheduled for the arrest. While an arrest warrant may not mean that a person has committed a crime, it does mean that they have been accused of a crime. When an officer conducts a search of an arrest record it will result in the name, address, and date of birth of the person in question.

Per Se Warrant Records: Per se warrants are legal documents that grant police officers the right to arrest a person without providing any reason. A warrant must be stated in writing and must specifically state what charges are attached. In Texas, a warrant may be suspended until the warrant is revoked, but can be granted again if the charges against the person have been dropped. When a warrant is carried out it remains on the person’s public record until it is canceled by the court.

Search Warrant Records: Texas law enforcement officers are allowed to conduct a search of a person’s criminal history at any time. To find out more about whether or not a person’s warrant is active simply call the courthouse where the warrant was filed. The records are kept on file in the various branches of the court. If there are no records found then the warrant should be renewed by contacting the court. When a warrant search is conducted it will include the person’s fingerprints, photographs, and any other information that could be related to their case.

There are many reasons why a person might need to search for their warrant. Many times an individual may be accused of a crime but may not want to go to trial. In this case an arrest warrant may be issued so that the person will be forced to go to jail until the trial is over. This can be very frustrating, but it is possible to get the records on your own. When you request the records from the court, you will likely have to pay a small fee to get the information.