Briscoe County, Texas: Arrest Records and Warrants

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If you have stumbled onto this page, then we can make one of two predictions about you: either you or someone you know believes that there may be a current and active arrest warrant out for you.

Although some counties in the state of Texas provide an online listing of all of the currently active warrants of arrest, this is not the case for Briscoe County. What this means is that you will need to find another way to get at this information. Thankfully, we have two viable methods of trying.

The first is to get in touch with the Briscoe County Sheriff’s Office. While some sheriffs’ departments will tell you over the telephone if there is a current warrant out for a specific individual, many will instead require you to appear in person. Be warned: if there is a warrant out for your arrest, you will likely be arrested. However, this is often better than being picked up off the street or during a traffic stop.

You can find the Sheriff’s Office of Briscoe County at PO Box 70, in Silverton, Texas, 79257.

If your concern is that someone you know was already arrested, you can perform a quick and painless search through the Texas criminal justice system by using this search tool:

Can you get information on recent arrests and active warrants from Briscoe County over the phone? (2021-data)

  • If you are interested in learning about recent arrests, contact the Briscoe County Sheriff’s Office at (806) 823-2135.
  • If you want to learn about active warrants, call the County Court at (806)823-2131.
  • If you need to know about victim services, contact the County Prosecutor’s Office at (806)823-2132.
  • If you want more information about obtaining criminal court records, connect with the Clerk’s Office at (806)823-2134.

Crime statistics of Briscoe County

Briscoe County has had an exceptionally low crime rate for the last couple of years. Although lower population area does play a role in the low crime rate, the fact that the annual complaints received by the police seldom go higher than 15 cases is certainly impressive.

That said, in 2019, the annual crime total dipped by a further 40%, leading to the local police handling a mere 5 cases. Of these, only one complaint was linked to a crime against a person. The remaining 4 cases were all attributed to property crimes.

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