Nueces County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1909)Nueces County Police Departments
Bishop Police Department115 South Ash AvenueBishopTX78343361-584-2443
Nueces County Police Departments
Bishop Police Department119 East 4th StreetBishopTX78343361-584-2443
Corpus Christi City Marshals Office120 North Chaparral StreetCorpus ChristiTX78401361-886-2521
Corpus Christi Independent School District Police Department450 Sun Belt DriveCorpus ChristiTX78408361-289-9247
Corpus Christi International Airport Police1000 International DriveCorpus ChristiTX78406361-289-0171
Corpus Christi Police Department321 John Sartain StreetCorpus ChristiTX78401361-886-2603
Driscoll Police Department130 West Avenue DRobstownTX78380361-767-0096
Port Aransas Police Department705 West Avenue APort AransasTX78373361-749-6241
Port Of Corpus Christi Police Department1002 East Port AvenueCorpus ChristiTX78401361-882-1182
Robstown Police Department430 East Main AvenueRobstownTX78380361-387-3531
Texas A And M University At Corpus Christi Police Department6300 Ocean DriveCorpus ChristiTX78412361-825-4444
Texas Department Of Public Safety - Highway Patrol Region 3 District A1922 South Padre Island DriveCorpus ChristiTX78416361-698-5672
Nueces County Sheriff Department
Nueces County Sheriffs Office / Nueces County Jail901 Leopard StreetCorpus ChristiTX78401361-887-2222
Nueces County FBI Office
Corpus Christi Texas FBI Office800 North Shoreline BoulevardCorpus ChristiTX78401361-883-8671
Nueces County Probation Department
Nueces County Probation Department2310 Gollihar RoadCorpus ChristiTX78415361-855-7303
Nueces County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
City of Corpus Christi Government Parking Citations
Corpus Christi Police Department Crime Map
Corpus Christi Police Department Logs
Nueces County Child Support Warrants
Nueces County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Nueces County Sex Offender Registry
Texas A&M University Police Department Logs

Warrant Records in Nueces County Texas

What are warrants? Well a warrant is defined as “a formal, written instruction for the arrest of a person for a specified offense” and “to secure the arrest of a person for a specified crime.” Warrants are one of the most sensitive pieces of information that can be released by an arresting officer during an arrest. It is used to aid with finding and convicting someone for a crime, it is a public record. However, not all warrants are the same. In some counties warrant searches are free while others charge a small fee.

If you have been arrested and you want to search for information about your warrant, you will need to find an online facility that offers this service. Typically these websites have a small fee for access. Once you have reached this fee you will be able to search for and find any warrants that are registered in your county. Most of the services offer basic information, but they do allow you to do more detailed searches. If you are looking for personal or sensitive information such as Social Security number or drivers license then you will need to pay a fee for those types of records.

What do these records tell me? While there are numerous reports from different agencies regarding the activities of a person, they basically say that the person was charged with a crime. They may also report that the person has been convicted of a crime or they may indicate that they were arrested on suspicion of a crime. The warrants can further state what crime the person is accused of or the location that they were arrested.

What kind of records are available regarding someone’s arrest? The information can tell you if they have prior arrests, traffic violations, drug convictions, domestic violence, or other charges. This is a public record, but the person who obtained the information may not release it without your consent.

What are some of the other things that I can obtain through warrants? A warrant can be used to hold somebody accountable. If a person is suspected of a crime, but cannot be proved guilty, they can be held in jail until they can be tried. If there is a warrant out for their arrest, other people can be placed in the risk of having their warrant carried out on them.

Can you get these records online? Yes, you can. Many agencies offer access to public records via the internet. If you enter the person’s name that is associated with the warrant into the proper search engine, you will be able to see any and all court warrants that are outstanding against them.