Maverick County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1876)Maverick County Police Departments
Eagle Pass Independent School District Police Department1610 Del Rio BoulevardEagle PassTX78852830-758-7098
Maverick County Police Departments
Eagle Pass Police Department100 South Monroe StreetEagle PassTX78852830-773-9044
Texas Department Of Public Safety - Highway Patrol Region 8 District D Sergeant 0 Area 432 North Foster Maldonado BoulevardEagle PassTX78852830-757-4682
Maverick County Sheriff Departments
Maverick County Sheriff's Office1051 Balboa Jones Memorial DrEagle PassTX78852830-773-2321
Maverick County Sheriffs Office / Tom Bowles Detention CenterBalboa Jones MemorialEagle PassTX78852830-773-2321
Maverick County Probation Departments
Maverick County Probation DepartmentPO Box 6448Eagle PassTX78853830-773-6383
Dimmit County Probation DepartmentPO Box 6448Eagle PassTX78853830-773-6383
Zavala County Probation DepartmentPO Box 6448Eagle PassTX78853830-773-6383
Maverick County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
City of Eagle Pass Court Records
Maverick County Child Support Warrants
Maverick County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Maverick County Police Records
Maverick County Sex Offender Registry
Maverick County Sheriff's Department Arrest Records
Maverick County Sheriff's Department Police Logs

How to Search For Warrant Records

Warrant Records are one of the most sensitive pieces of information that you can have. When a person is arrested, no matter how guilty they may seem, there will be a warrant out for their arrest. In most cases, these warrants will be carried out by the Texas Department of Public Safety. As a result, anyone that a person wants to search for any type of records on, such as warrants, will need to go through the DPS in Maverick County.

Warrant Records are considered to be public record and will be able to be viewed at various public offices. In most cases, these offices will allow you to access the records from their website, or via a phone call. In some cases, the DPS will allow you to download the records from their website, but this will only be allowed if you have permission from them. This means that if you are requesting someone’s court records, you will not be allowed to do this online without permission.

If you are looking to perform a search, you can call the Maverick County Jail to find out whether a person has a warrant out for their arrest. However, this may be difficult to do as warrant searches are not typically public knowledge. Therefore, the jail will not list warrants that have been issued against a person. Instead, you will need to contact the Texas Criminal Records Registry. This database is very similar to that of the DPS, and is much more readily available to the public.

When looking for records about a person, the first thing that you should do is to conduct a general internet search. You can type the person’s name into any search engine and find any information that you can. Keep in mind however, that if you are dealing with an individual that has been convicted of a crime, then you should contact the Texas Department of Public Safety. This will ensure that you are not posting any personal information on your own website that could become available to a criminal.

Another option that you have is to pay a small fee to one of the record providers that offer this type of search. This will provide you with the results that you want in a quick and easy format. The fee that you pay is based on the amount of information that you need to obtain. If you are just looking to see what a person has done in their past, then the fee is definitely worth it. If there is any other information that you need to find out, then you will likely need to pay an additional fee.

Warrant records are a serious matter. It is highly recommended that you use all of your legal rights before publishing this type of personal information online. If you feel that a person’s history requires further investigation, then you should definitely contact the authorities so that they can perform an investigation. It would be in your best interest to avoid publishing any personal details about another person without knowing whether they have a prior restraint against them.