Starr County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1971)Starr County Police Departments
Starr County Juvenile Justice Center401 Britton AvenueRio GrandeTX78582956-488-8632
Starr County Police Departments
La Grulla Police Department194 Farm to Market Road 2360La GrullaTX78548956-573-6606
Rio Grande City Consolidated Independent School District Police DepartmentRinggold AvenueRio GrandeTX78582956-716-6842
Rio Grande City Police Department402 East Main StreetRio GrandeTX78582956-487-8892
Roma City Police Department987 East Grant StreetRomaTX78584956-849-2231
Roma Independent School District Police DepartmentEast Lincoln AvenueRomaTX78584956-849-7105
Texas Department Of Public Safety - Highway Patrol Region 8 District B Sergeant 0 Area 2700 East Hidalgo StreetRio GrandeTX78582956-487-5411
Starr County Sheriff Department
Starr County Sheriffs Office / Starr County Jail100 East 6th StreetRio GrandeTX78582956-487-5571
Starr County Probation Departments
Starr County Probation Department401 Britton AvenueRio GrandeTX78582956-487-5521
Jim Hogg County Probation Department401 Britton AvenueRio GrandeTX78582956-487-5521
Jim Wells County Probation Department401 Britton AvenueRio GrandeTX78582956-487-5521
Starr County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Starr County Child Support Warrants
Starr County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Starr County Sex Offender Registry
Starr County Sheriff Website

Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Starr County Texas are maintained by the Texas State Public Safety Commission under the Department of Licensing and Insurance. Warrant Records are public documents that record an individual’s legal authorization to be on private property or to carry a concealed weapon. They record when and for how long an individual has been ordered to disperse from that property. Warrant Records are used for many purposes, but primarily they serve as verification of an individual’s residency status when traveling on public or state-owned property.

Warrants are one of the most important aspects in keeping you and your family safe from dangerous criminals. You should know that the laws regarding carrying a concealed weapon can differ from one state to the next. Therefore, if you ever travel to another state, it is vital you know and understand the legal documents required there. When traveling outside of your home state, you must be aware of the laws regarding guns, ammunition and where to purchase one. Additionally, if you are traveling across international borders, you will need specific documentation to assure that you are legally permitted to possess a firearm in that country. Warrant Records can help you accomplish these tasks.

A person’s Social Security Number, date of birth, name, current address and work history are all legal documents necessary to ascertain that the individual is who they say they are. While these are considered a public record, an individual may obtain copies of some of them at the county sheriff’s office or Texas State Record Office. The Texas State Record Office will provide a person with certified copies of their necessary forms and that they can then take directly to the Texas State Penitentiary and obtain their own copy of their criminal record. There is a minimal fee to do this. However, you can be certain that these certified copies are original and accurate.

The procedure for obtaining a copy of a person’s record does not end with turning over the necessary paperwork to the Texas State Record Office. You also have to wait a certain amount of time before a person can possess a firearm in Texas. The waiting period starts with the issuance of a felony order of protection. The court will order the person that has been accused of a felony in state court to surrender their guns and immediately give them a Class M ID card. This ID card states that the person is prohibited from possessing a firearm and will be imprisoned for seven years if a firearm is found while trying to circumvent the order of protection.

If a person fails to comply with the terms of their felony order of protection and a warrant for their arrest is issued, it is the responsibility of the accused to turn over the firearm to the police. Failure to do so will result in the immediate seizure of the firearm by the police and the legal records of the person will be filed in the state’s criminal records. Once a person is convicted of a felony, their record will remain sealed from the public for seven years. After the expunging period has passed, a person can petition to have their criminal record cleared or their firearm retained by requesting a Records Order from the Texas State Record Office.

Access to Records Texas State Record Office is usually performed at the county sheriff’s office and is not available for free. To gain access to any of the records you will need an applicant identification number and the applicant birth date. There are also some private companies that offer this same information but the cost is usually much higher. In certain circumstances, you can request all three through the Texas Vital Statistics Office. For persons that have been convicted of a crime, a certificate of arrest will be obtained and can be used to apply for a concealed weapons permit.