Kendall County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1803)Kendall County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Kendall County Probation Department204 East San Antonio AvenueBoerneTX78006830-331-8226
Kendall County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Kendall County Sheriffs Office / Kendall County Jail6 Staudt StreetBoerneTX78006830-249-9721
Boerne Police Department400 East Blanco RoadBoerneTX78006830-249-8645
Kendall County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
City of Boerne Court Records
Kendall County Child Support Warrants
Kendall County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Kendall County Recorder's Office Land Records
Kendall County Sex Offender Registry
Kendall County Sheriff's Office Website

How to Search For Warrant Records

Warrant records are one of the most controversial issues surrounding civil rights. People who feel they have been discriminated against under the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) may submit an application for a free copy of their warrant records online through a variety of official websites. But what does a warrant really mean and how does it impact you? Read on to learn more about warrant records in Kendall County, Texas.

Warrant records fall into one of three categories: criminal, federal, or civil. A criminal warrant is issued under the Arizona Constitution as well as the Texas Constitution. Federal warrants are granted by the United States Department of Justice. If a person’s civil status changes, such as losing a job, graduating from college or obtaining an education, they may also obtain a federal warrant. Once granted, a warrant is attached to their name and can be found in various places including police stations, courthouses, and anywhere else that law enforcement officers may need to look up information on the citizen. In other words, when you apply for a government grant, check the box marked “warrant record”, and you could find out the status of your application.

The state of Texas only recognizes one form of warrant, a “writ of arrest”. This form is not recognized nationwide, and only exists in Texas. To obtain an arrest warrant, a person has to meet a specific set of requirements, including being a resident of Texas for fourteen days. Arrest warrants can be renewed with additional paperwork, including paying an additional fee. Any outstanding arrest warrants will remain on a person’s record until they are cleared by order of a judge.

If a person’s warrant is active, they must inform law enforcement immediately. Failure to do so results in a warrant being filed with the clerk of court in the county the suspect lives or works. It is then possible to search for and find a person’s arrest record through the Texas State Public Safety Services database. However, the database covers warrant searches in only certain counties in the state. You will need to look up your local courthouse to find out if your area is included in the database.

In order to perform a search, you will first need to determine what type of record you are searching for. Type in the person’s name, last name, current address (including the city and/or county), date of birth, social security number, and the state they live in. As you search, you will encounter several records that have your person’s information on them. The more information you have on the person, the easier it will be to narrow down your search to one or two records. You may even be able to find something about the person’s criminal history.

After you have located the person’s record, you have two options. You can either order a background check or conduct your own search. Most warrant records are available to be accessed online for free, but there may be some that charge a minimal fee. If you choose to do your search online, you will be able to get some information about the person immediately. If you are looking for more specific information, then you may want to access the county sheriff’s department. Once there, you will be given access to the entire database.