|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|Medina County Police Departments|
|Devine Police Department||303 South Teel Drive||Devine||TX||78016||830-663-4403|
|Hondo Police Department||1101 16th Street||Hondo||TX||78861||830-426-5353|
|Lacoste Police Department||16004 South Front Street||LaCoste||TX||78039||830-985-9494|
|Natalia Police Department||302 3rd Street||Natalia||TX||78059||830-665-5552|
|Texas Department Of Public Safety - Highway Patrol Region 3 District A Sergeant 0 Area 4||207 South Teel Drive||Devine||TX||78016||830-665-8040|
|Texas Department Of Public Safety - Highway Patrol Region 3 District B Sergeant 0 Area 5||801 Avenue Y||Hondo||TX||78861||830-741-6095|
|Medina County Sheriff Department|
|Medina County Sheriffs Office / Medina County Jail||801 Avenue Y||Hondo||TX||78861||830-741-6150|
|Medina County Probation Department|
|Medina County Juvenile Prbtn||1613 Avenue K||Hondo||TX||78861||830-741-6171|
|Medina County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Devine Municipal Court Website|
|Medina County Child Support Warrants|
|Medina County Court Records (Texas)|
|Medina County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Medina County Police Records|
|Medina County Sex Offender Registry|
|Medina County Website (Texas)|
|Municipal Court of Hondo County Court Records|
|(1880)Medina County Police Departments|
|Castroville Police Department||411 London Street||Castroville||TX||78009||830-931-2222|
Where Can I Find Medina Warrant Records?
Under Texas law, police and law enforcement officers can search the person’s criminal history, marriage records, arrest warrants and even warrant records in Medina County Texas. This is information that is freely given to them by the Texas Department of Public Safety or DPS, which is required by law to provide this same information to each law enforcement agency in the state. They have to keep these records, in addition to arrest warrants, on hand because “all the wheels of government operate upon wheels… (have to be fixed).” Medina County is one of those wheels. In other words, it has a lot of work to do to keep everything running smoothly.
We usually think of public records as being free – but this is not always the case. For instance, when you go to the courthouses to lookup a record – you might have to pay a nominal charge. Likewise, when a DPS officer goes to your place of business and searches for records, he will be required to fill out an application stating that he has a legitimate reason for looking up the information. Some places are more cooperative than others.
Medina County, Texas is quite notorious for the public records it maintains. Because it is a municipal entity, the public records can be found in several different places. Of course, you have the official City of Medina website, but it only lists public records from the year you were born. If you want records from other years, you’ll need to conduct an Internet search for each individual county’s website. And that won’t help you.
If you’re determined to find the warrant records you’re looking for, there are two options open to you. You can hire a private detective to perform the search for you, or you can use one of the commercial databases that maintains the search for you. There are several online companies that offer this service. Their database is fairly large and is updated frequently. Also, many of these online databases offer a full report on an individual within minutes.
The public records database that these online companies use costs about thirty dollars per search, unless you purchase an annual membership. Then, it costs an additional forty dollars per year. With an annual membership, you can conduct as many searches as you wish during your lifetime. For a private detective, it costs an additional hundred dollars.
So which of these options is right for you? It depends. If you need immediate results and don’t mind spending a little bit of money, search online. If speed and reliability is more important to you, then go down to your local public records office and check in personally.