Sutton County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1975)Sutton County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Sutton County Probation Office112 North Concho AvenueSonoraTX76950325-387-5744
Sutton County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Sutton County Sheriff's Office309 East Oak StreetSonoraTX76950325-387-2288
Sutton County Sheriffs Office / Sutton County Jail401 East Oak StreetSonoraTX76950325-387-2288
Sonora Police Department609 South Water AvenueSonoraTX76950325-387-3888
Texas Department Of Public Safety - Highway Patrol Region 4 District B Sergeant 0 Area 7401 East Oak StreetSonoraTX76950325-387-2443
Sutton County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Sutton County Child Support Warrants
Sutton County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Sutton County Sex Offender Registry

Protect Yourself by Using Warrant Records

What are Warrant Records? A Warrant is a court order to a person that authorizes a law enforcement officer to search and seize a specified person or item and to seize and arrest the person if the person fails to appear. The Warrant Records in Sutton County Texas are maintained by the Texas State Department of Public Safety under the Texas Criminal History Records Act. It is one of the most important public records in the State of Texas.

There are certain times and circumstances where you as a person may need to access the Texas Criminal History Records. If you have been accused or charged with a crime and you don’t know the person’s history, a background check can be very useful for you. A criminal record will let you know if a person has any previous felonies, any sex crimes, any outstanding warrants, any traffic offenses, any priors, or any crimes that have been committed in the past seven years.

To perform a search on a person, you must first obtain a Criminal Records Check form from the DPS. You can only perform a search on someone if they have given you permission by signing a waiver of authorization. Permission is usually obtained through filling out an online application form. Once the application has been approved, you will receive the necessary information that you need to perform your criminal records check.

In addition to the criminal records, the DPS will also give you a certificate of innocence which shows that the person has not been proven guilty of a crime. This is important to you because it indicates that the person in question has not been tried and convicted of a crime. There are situations where you may be concerned about how a person may get a copy of his or her records. Warrant records are available to the general public. You can request these records at any time of the day or night, and you do not have to give any of your personal information such as name, address, etc.

You may be concerned about how to protect yourself from having your identity stolen. Your warrant records contain pertinent information that can help you to monitor who your babysitter or child care provider is. The data can tell you whether the person is involved in any criminal activity and it can also tell you if they have a warrant for their arrest. If you are hiring someone, the warrant records will let you know what kind of character the person has. For instance, if you are using an agency to hire house sitters for your children, you want to make sure that you are hiring a person with clean background who has no prior criminal record.

Warrant records are available to all law abiding citizens through an act called the Freedom of Information Act. You can go to the DPS or any court house and request the criminal records of any person. The person’s criminal records are then made public and you can view them at any time. You must keep in mind that you cannot obtain the records of someone who has already served his or her jail time. However, if the person has not served any jail time but has a clean criminal record, then you can obtain the records and view them.