|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(1857)Lynn County Police Departments|
|O'Donnell Police Department||615 8th Street||O'Donnell||TX||79351||806-428-3344|
|Lynn County Police Departments|
|Tahoka Independent School District Police Department||1925 Avenue P||Tahoka||TX||79373||806-561-4538|
|Tahoka Police Department||1525 South 2nd Street||Tahoka||TX||79373||806-561-5255|
|Tahoka Police Department||1520 South 2nd Street||Tahoka||TX||79373||806-561-5255|
|Lynn County Sheriff Departments|
|Lynn County Law Enforcement Center||810 Lockwood Street||Tahoka||TX||79373||806-561-4505|
|Lynn County Sheriff's Office||810 Lockwood Street||Tahoka||TX||79373||806-561-4505|
|Lynn County Probation Department|
|Lynn County Probation Department||PO Box 1 166||Tahoka||TX||79373||806-561-5244|
|Lynn County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Lynn County Child Support Warrants|
|Lynn County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Lynn County Sex Offender Registry|
|Lynn County Sheriff's Office Website|
Arrest Warrant Criminal Records in Other Counties
Other Records in Lynn County
How To Lookup Warrant Records
What are the purposes of Texas warrants? Generally speaking, warrants are legal documents filed by a judge allowing law enforcement to secretly seize property until a warrant is issued. The original intentions of the warrant system were to prevent the abuse of power by the government and to provide an incentive for law enforcement to diligently prosecute law breakers.
However, now-a-days people tend to misuse the system and this can cause a lot of problems. Warrant searches are not only conducted on people who are suspected of crime; they can also be used to track down someone you love. With the world moving at such a fast pace, many people don’t think that their lives are being investigated. This can lead to illegal activities such as drug use, prostitution and infidelity. These activities usually go unnoticed by the person concerned until there is a knock at the door. Then it can seem like someone’s been living under the bridge!
Warrant records in Texas are public information. This means that when you are arrested, the Texas Bureau of Investigation will maintain the details of the warrant for two years. This information can then be found on an Internet database. If you have any contact with someone from the police, a court, a lawyer, or someone whom you just met recently, you will be able to find out if they were arrested using a public record search. This is very beneficial if you have lost contact with an individual, or if you want to find out more about an individual you are having doubts about.
When you are looking to hire someone to work in your home, it is very important that you make sure they have a clean criminal record and a clean police record. This is especially important when you consider that you children are your prime concern. If you know that someone you are considering to hire has been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor, you should definitely avoid hiring them. While it is your right to choose the people you associate with, you don’t want to risk exposing your children to potential danger by hiring someone who has a criminal past.
In some situations, such as child custody disputes, or some other civil matter, it is often impossible or extremely difficult to obtain the records of the individual you are investigating. This is when a warrant will be issued by a judge. If the person you are investigating does not have a warrant, they cannot be searched without the express written permission of a judge. The warrant will show the name and current address of the person, along with the crime they were arrested for and their current status in the community. You can also find out if a person has a warrant issued against them through the police department. You can either contact the Lynn County sheriff’s department or go online to the website of the Texas Department of Public Safety to obtain these types of arrest records.