Red River County Inmate Jail Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1691)Red River County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Red River County Jail500 North Cedar StreetClarksvilleTX75426903-427-3838
Red River County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Red River County Sheriffs Office / Red River County Jail500 North Cedar StreetClarksvilleTX75426903-427-3838
Red River County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Red River County Sheriff's Department Inmate Search
Statistics
Jail Population Held for State Prison 36
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies 5
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population 26
Female Pretrial Jail Population 2
Male Pretrial Jail Population 20
Total Jail Admissions 958
Total Jail Population 31
Female Jail Population 4
Male Jail Population 27
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population 9
Latino Jail Population 1
Native Jail Population 1
White Jail Population 21
Total Prison Population 145
Female Prison Population 15
Male Prison Population 130
Total Prison Admissions 85
Female Prison Admissions 15
Male Prison Admissions 70
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions 22
Latino Prison Admissions 6
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions 57
Other Prison Admissions
Asian Prison Population
Black Prison Population 48
Latino Prison Population 7
Native Prison Population
White Prison Population 89
Other Prison Population 1

Jail Records Search – How to Search and Browse Criminal Records Information

Jail Records in Red River County Texas

What can be found in Texas Criminal Records? In Red River County, all felony convictions, including traffic and theft charges, are listed here. This information is considered public record, unless it has been sealed or destroyed. Most conviction records are sealed by order of the Texas Supreme Court. Records that have been destroyed are kept on file at the local courthouse where they were originally entered.

How can you find this information? The first place you can check is the Texas Department of State Health Services website. On the site, you can search through various types of public information. To be able to perform a comprehensive search, you will probably need to pay a nominal fee. If you are trying to find out the same information as someone else, it’s probably not worth it to pay the small fee, especially if there are more reliable sources online.

What can be found in Texas Jail Records? You can find the personal information of a person in jail through their inmate record. This includes birth date, full name, inmate number, date of birth, gender, date of death, cause of death, status on parole, and more. You can also see criminal history information, including jail time served, charges, pending charges, total sentence, date of completion, and other information. Jail records are available for free and are easily accessible.

What can’t be found in Texas Jail Records? This information is considered private and cannot be released to the public. Some state and local laws protect private information. Also, not every county and state provides this information online. Sometimes, you will still need to contact the jail in order to get the information you’re looking for. Information that is considered private is not given freely over the internet.

What is the cost for accessing these records? There is a charge for jail records search. The cost varies from state to state. The information is free, however. If you do an extensive search, you may be able to locate the records for free. In most cases, the cost is nominal.

How can I access these records? You can make an online search. Visit your local county courthouse or the Department of Corrections to conduct a jail public records search. To protect yourself, you should only conduct one search at a time.

Can I be charged for searching this information? You may be charged for the search, but the charges are minimal. A standard charges for a search include the price of CD time, the cost of the report, and shipping. If you have requested the report many times, you may also be charged for delivery. If you have requested the report for an individual more than once, you will be billed with the total cost of all the reports.

What are some alternative ways to find jail records? Jail records can still be obtained other ways. First, you can contact the Department of Corrections to conduct a background check. Although the information may not be current, it’s worth a shot as it’s free. Other options include performing your own online search, hiring a private investigator, or purchasing a book or report on jail records.