Orange County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1912)Orange County Police Departments
Orange City Chief of Police220 5th StreetOrangeTX77630409-883-1076
Orange County Police Departments
Orange Police Department201 North 8th StreetOrangeTX77630409-883-1076
West Orange Police Department2700 Austin AvenueWest OrangeTX77630409-883-7574
Bridge City Independent School District Police Department2690 Texas AvenueBridgeTX77611409-735-1501
Bridge City Police Department2290 Texas AvenueBridgeTX77611409-735-5028
Bridge City Police Department110 Rachal AvenueBridgeTX77611409-735-5332
Florida Highway Patrol Troop B - Lake City1350 U.s. 90VidorTX77662386-758-0518
Pine Forest Police Department305 Nagel StreetVidorTX77662409-786-4100
Pinehurst Police Department3640 Mockingbird StreetOrangeTX77630409-886-2221
Rose City Police Department370 Rose City DriveVidorTX77662409-769-6809
Vidor Independent School District Police Department120 East Bolivar StreetVidorTX77662409-951-8966
Vidor Police Department695 East RailroadVidorTX77662409-769-4561
Orange County Sheriff Departments
Orange County Sheriff Department / Orange County Jail205 Border StreetOrangeTX77630409-883-2612
Orange County Sheriff's Office205 Border StreetOrangeTX77630409-883-2612
Orange County Probation Department
Orange County Probation Department213 Market StreetOrangeTX77630409-882-7885
Orange County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Bridge City Municipal Court Records
City of Orange Municipal Court Warrants
Orange County Arrest Warrants
Orange County Child Support Warrants
Orange County Current Misdemeanor Warrants Database
Orange County Felony Warrants
Orange County Justice of The Peace Citations
Orange County Justice of The Peace Warrants
Orange County Most Wanted
Orange County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Orange County Sex Offender Registry
Orange County Sheriff's Office Website
Orange Police Department Press Releases

Access to Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Orange County are one of the most important public records that you can access. These documents contain information that has been issued by a judge or a jury and gives an individual permission to search and seize the person in question without additional charges. You can access these documents at various Orange County courthouses and police stations. The first place you should visit to search for warrants in Texas is the Texas Vital Records Office.

You can also visit the County Recorder’s Office if the person in question has lived in Texas for a specific period of time. There are certain rules and procedures that have to be followed when searching through these records. For instance, you have to follow the state laws so as not to commit any violation. You need to provide the name of the person along with his current address. You can use the person’s middle name too. Once you have all these details then you can carry out your search.

Orange County records can be obtained from the county office but they also have to be purchased from a private provider. If you do not wish to spend a single dollar then you can make use of free online resources. You will get the details of the person and also arrest warrant, court records, driving records, sex offenses and many more. If you want to have the comprehensive details then it is best to make use of a reputable and paid website.

Warrant records can help you gather a lot of information about a person. You will get complete details such as the name of the person who is accused of the crime, date of birth, present address and other relevant information. There are various records that are now available on the Internet. Some websites offer free access to some of the most important public records such as criminal arrest warrant records and divorce records. However, you have to be cautious while using free resources on the Internet because you may fall victim to fraud.

Warrant records are now considered to be a part of the public domain. Thus, anyone can obtain access to this important database. However, the information obtained from these records cannot be used for any illegal activities. You have to remember that police have the right to keep the warrants in their possession only. Similarly, there are some other restrictions on the usage of this public record such as people who are suspects of a pending crime can’t have access to the criminal records.

It is advisable to go through the local government websites before making up your mind about accessing these records. This will save you a lot of time and efforts. You can also pay a small fee to gain full access to these documents. This option will also allow you to make sure that you are not violating any rights. You can either pay a one time access fee or if you want to have unlimited access then you have the option of paying an annual access fee.