Robertson County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1941)Robertson County Police Departments
Bremond Police Department201 South Dallas StreetBremondTX76629254-746-7710
Robertson County Police Departments
Calvert Police Department600 Railroad StreetCalvertTX77837979-364-2223
Calvert Police Department109 Hanna StreetCalvertTX77837979-364-2223
Franklin Police Department319 Bremond StreetFranklinTX77856979-828-3444
Hearne Police Department306 West 3rd StreetHearneTX77859979-279-5333
Robertson County Sheriff Department
Robertson County Sheriffs Office / Robertson County Jail113 West Decherd StreetFranklinTX77856979-828-3299
Robertson County Probation Department
Robertson County Probation Department110 West Decherd StreetFranklinTX77856979-828-3226
Robertson County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Robertson County Child Support Warrants
Robertson County Most Wanted
Robertson County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Robertson County Sex Offender Registry
Robertson County Sheriff Website

Performing a Criminal Records Search Online

Warrant records, also known as arrest warrants or criminal arrest warrants, are records filed with the local court that authorizes the police to arrest a person for any of hundreds of different types of crime. If you’re looking to hire a new employee, or are curious about someone you know, you’ll be glad to know that it’s easy to find out the personal history of any person you’re interested in. What exactly does a warrant include?

First, the basics. A warrant is simply a legal request by a court for the arrest of a person. This request is used so that the courts can notify the person that they have been charged with a crime and that their day in court has been set, usually after the accused has been given notice of their own arrest. In some instances, a warrant may be used to simply serve a arrest and summons to prevent the person from attending a scheduled court date. In other cases, the warrant may be used to give police officers the right to search and seize a person’s property, if necessary.

The reasons a person might be targeted by an arrest warrant are varied. In some situations, a person’s day in court could be delayed if they fail to appear at all as required by the citation. If the person is unable to show up at their court date, this can lead to their arrest and prosecution. In other cases, criminal activity could simply continue until the warrant is lifted, meaning a person could be kept in jail while charges are pending.

Warrant records are available to anyone. Anyone can request one from the Texas Vital Records Registry. To find a person’s record, you’ll need to use their name, date of birth, and any additional information that may be related to the person’s identity. To do this, you can either contact the court directly, or do an online search. If you choose to do the online search, it is advised that you use a reputable website that performs background checks and performs federal and state-wide criminal record searches. The information you receive will be more detailed than that provided by a court official.

To see if a person has a criminal record, you can perform a name search by using the person’s name, date of birth, and social security number. If you find the person has a criminal record, you’ll also be able to see other warrants for their arrest, as well as details about any other arrests or charges they may have faced. If you suspect your child is not who they say they are, you can perform a name search to see if your suspicions are true. It is easy to verify a person’s identity when you have access to their public records.

Warrant records are used in many different legal situations. Local law enforcement agencies often use them to find someone who has been involved in a crime, and sometimes, these searches are conducted before they apply for a search warrant. When a person has a warrant, they are not allowed to enter the premises, so they must leave before they can be searched. A warrant can be revoked by an order of a judge after the person is found to have committed a crime while they are in police custody. Performing a warrant records search online can provide you with the information you need to determine if someone has a warrant.