Shelby County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1967)Shelby County Police Departments
Shelbyville Independent School District Police Department343 Farm to Market 417ShelbyvilleTX75973936-598-2641
Shelby County Police Departments
Center I.S.D. Police Dept.404 Mosby StreetCenterTX75935
Center Independent School District Police - Center High School658 Rough Rider DriveCenterTX75935936-598-5642
Center Independent School District Police - Center Middle School302 Kennedy StreetCenterTX75935936-598-5619
Center Police Department1020 Shelbyville StreetCenterTX75935936-598-2450
Tenaha City Marshals Office100 Hurst StreetCenterTX75935936-598-5600
Timpson Independent School District Police Department836 Bear DriveTimpsonTX75975936-254-2463
Timpson Police Department / Timpson City Marshals Office456 Jacob StreetTimpsonTX75975936-254-2700
Shelby County Sheriff Department
Shelby County Sheriffs Department / Shelby County Jail100 Hurst StreetCenterTX75935936-598-5600
Shelby County Probation Department
Shelby County Probation Department200 San Augustine StreetCenterTX75935936-598-4587
Shelby County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Shelby County Child Support Warrants
Shelby County Circuit Court Clerk's Office Court Records
Shelby County Clerk County Records
Shelby County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Shelby County Police Records
Shelby County Sex Offender Registry
Shelby County Sheriff Website

Where Can I Find Out About Warrant Records?

Warrant Records in Shelby County Texas are basically civil cases that have been referred by a judge as “bodily petition.” The first step to conducting a search is to locate the docket in the local courts where the case was filed. Because the dockets keep moving around, it can take quite some time to find the case you are interested in. If you can’t find the record, the next best thing is to use an online criminal background check to see if the person you are looking for has been ordered to appear in court.

Most states maintain public records on all arrests and convictions. Therefore, a person who is wanted for suspicion of DWI, assault, disorderly conduct, theft, or any other crime can be found using this type of search. Depending on how many records are in the system, a fast and accurate search may require using some specialty services. For example, if the offense occurred in another state, you’ll need to contact the state’s records department.

Warrant records are different from a regular search in several ways. First, a warrant is issued by a judge for an arrest. This means you cannot conduct the search unless the arrest warrant has been approved by the court. Second, warrant records contain much more detail than regular public records.

For instance, a probable cause search would return a list of every person who has been named in the warrant. This includes current and former neighbors, employees, neighbors, and roommates. Information about an employer can show whether or not the person has been fired and, in some cases, arrested. Details about a person who has moved in and out of town can provide insight into how often they move and if they have a place to stay permanently.

Because warrant records are not viewable online, you’ll usually need to hire a private investigator to conduct the search. While an investigator will be able to tell you more about a person’s history, it can also be expensive. An online search will give you detailed information without having to spend any money. In some cases, you can pay a small fee to get a limited access password which only lets you run a specific search for a set amount of time.

If you are an employer, you may be able to use warrant records to find out if someone is lying about their past. You can ask the person to produce documents that prove they are who they say they are. If you have no other information, it may be possible to hire an investigator to dig even deeper. The investigator may be able to go a step further and get a court order for additional information. Whichever way you go, conducting a background check on a person has become easier than ever before.