Titus County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1991)Titus County Police Departments
Titus County Fresh Water Police DepartmentFort Sherman Dam RoadMount PleasantTX75455903-572-1844
Titus County Police Departments
Mount Pleasant Independent School District Police Department2110 North Edwards AvenueMount PleasantTX75455903-575-2141
Mount Pleasant Police Department501 North MadisonMount PleasantTX75455903-575-4004
Texas Department Of Public Safety - Highway Patrol Region 1 District B Sergeant 0 Area 31906 North Jefferson AvenueMount PleasantTX75455903-572-3616
Winfield Police Department200 Cleveland StreetWinfieldTX75493903-524-2020
Titus County Sheriff Department
Titus County Sheriffs Office / Titus County Jail304 South Van Buren AvenueMount PleasantTX75455903-572-6641
Titus County Probation Departments
Titus County Probation Department103 West 1st StreetMount PleasantTX75455903-577-6737
Marion County Probation Department101 West 1st StreetMount PleasantTX75455903-577-6737
Titus County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Mount Pleasant Police Department Press Releases
Titus County Child Support Warrants
Titus County Jail Records
Titus County Justice of The Peace Court Records
Titus County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Titus County Sex Offender Registry
Titus County Sheriff's Office Website

Where to Search For Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Titus County Texas are available for anyone to obtain. It is a public record, meaning that anyone can access it if they want and no one will hold you responsible. In order to find out who has been issued a warrant, you have to go through the courts and do a background check on the person. This can be a very complicated process because warrant records are not like regular public records that you would find in your typical search. Warrant records are considered to be highly confidential, and are held by the courts in undisclosed locations only.

Warrant Records are orders that the courts issue based on Article 32 of the Texas Constitution. These warrants are used to secure the person’s personal safety and to prevent the continuation of crime. If the person is charged with a crime, they must provide proof that they are indeed the person they say they are. If they cannot produce the records, the charges will be dropped. Because warrants are secret, a person cannot knowingly obtain them, so it is important to know where to find them.

To start your search, you need to go to the courthouse and fill out an application for a Search warrant. This will grant you permission to search the person’s records without a court order. However, you may be required to show proof that the person is the one you are searching for. In many cases, the person has to be fingerprinted before they can be searched, but you can ask to have this done if you need to.

After filling out the application, you will be provided with the results. You will usually get a copy of the person’s criminal history, but sometimes these are outdated or incomplete. If there are more recent records available, then you will need to contact the courts and request a copy of the records. You may have to provide copies of documents that prove your identity, such as a utility bill or bank statement. You should avoid requesting the person’s social security number, since this information is considered private.

There are a few different reasons why you might want to search the warrant records of a person. If you are a friend or family member who suspects a person of a crime, you will need to know where to look to find out information on the person. If you suspect a person of domestic violence, you will need to search their records to see if they have ever been convicted of any crime.

If you run into any problems trying to access these records on your own, then you can hire a private detective to do the searching for you. They will take care of all the background research on the person and gather the information for you. The only problem with using a private detective is that you will need to pay the detective if you find anything worth knowing. The good news is that you can now search for warrant records online for free.