|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(1877)McCulloch County Police Departments|
|Brady Police Department||209 South Elm Street||Brady||TX||76825||325-597-2121|
|McCulloch County Police Departments|
|Texas Department Of Public Safety - Highway Patrol Region 6 District B Sergeant 0 Area 8||114 North College Street||Brady||TX||76825||325-597-4211|
|McCulloch County Sheriff Department|
|Mcculloch County Sheriffs Office / Mcculloch County Jail||300 West Main Street||Brady||TX||76825||325-597-2290|
|McCulloch County Probation Departments|
|Mcculloch County Probation Department||PO Box 548||Brady||TX||76825||325-597-2753|
|Kimble County Probation Department||PO Box 548||Brady||TX||76825||325-597-2753|
|Mason County Probation Department||PO Box 548||Brady||TX||76825||325-597-2753|
|Menard County Probation Department||PO Box 548||Brady||TX||76825||325-597-2753|
|McCulloch County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|McCulloch County Child Support Warrants|
|McCulloch County Court Records (Texas)|
|McCulloch County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|McCulloch County Sex Offender Registry|
|McCulloch County Sheriff Website|
Arrest Warrant Criminal Records in Other Counties
Other Records in McCulloch County
How You Can Access Criminal Records Information
Warrant Records in McCulloch County Texas are maintained by the McCulloch County Record Office. These records contain all warrants or court orders for arrest, searches, seizures and arrests that were made in the county. These records also show when and where traffic stops were made by police and if those stops were based on suspicion or random. Warrant records include the person issued the warrant, any violations of the warrant and the action taken to execute the warrant. They also show whether the warrant was lifted after it was executed, expired or not renewed. Warrant records are available online, and you can view them by using the internet search engine that is used to find everything from birth certificates to credit reports.
In Texas, as in the rest of the United States, a valid warrant is required before an arrest can be made. In addition, Texas also requires that a criminal law enforcement agency maintain a list of all warrants and their statuses. To perform this task, agencies must file a request with the courts. Once the request has been filed, the list of warrants and their statuses will become public record. If you want to access any public record such as this, you will need to use a web-based service that has access to this information.
Many people assume that obtaining access to a criminal record report is difficult or expensive. In fact, it is not. Most public records are available for free or for a small fee through various state and local government agencies. Today, many people choose to pay a small fee and have unlimited access to their favorite court records.
While many employers screen their potential employees’ background before hiring, it is possible that criminal records are not properly checked. In some states, non-disclosure agreements prevent employers from releasing background records to prospective employees. Performing a nationwide search of all warrant records for the past seven years would cost less than one movie ticket. Today, most people do know about warrant searches and the criminal consequences of not knowing.
Employers can also protect themselves by conducting a complete background check on any job candidate. While there may be no national database available, employers can search their local area databases to find out if there are warrants out for a specific person. Even if they do not find anything, employers can remove any name they discover is listed on a warrant. As well, many companies conduct searches on job candidates as a safety precaution.
Warrant records are not only for arrest warrants. For example, a roommate may be married but have a sexual affair with his wife. Without knowing about the affair, he can legally live with her husband. To avoid being sued, he must disclose the entire truth about his relationship with his wife. If he tells the truth, she cannot sue him for turning a deaf ear to his sexual needs.