The biggest problem that many people face when they start looking for just about any official records is that the official sources often don’t do an excellent job of telling their citizens where they can be found. This series of articles’ entire purpose is to help connect citizens with the official sources that they need.
Unfortunately, Camp County, Texas does not provide a very detailed website, and it does not provide any arrest record information. Just the same, you can view their website at http://www.co.camp.tx.us/default.aspx?Camp_County/Sheriff.
The most important thing to take away from this website is the Sheriff of Camp County’s contact information, which is 203 Tapp Street, in Pittsburgh, Texas, 75686.
This contact information will be beneficial if you wish to call the sheriff to ask about either your own arrest warrant status or someone else. You can also ask them about whom is currently in jail, although they will probably not be able to provide you with an exhaustive list.
To see an exhaustive list of every prisoner in Camp County, we advise that you use the Texas DCJ offender database. Although you cannot get full background crime details, you can see every current offender serving time. You can access this search tool at https://offender.tdcj.texas.gov/OffenderSearch/index.jsp. The homepage for this group can also be found here: http://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/.
Over the phone, how do you acquire information on Camp County warrants and arrests? (This page was last updated in 2021.)
- Call the Camp County Sheriff’s Office if you’re looking for information about arrests-(903) 856-6651.
- Get in touch with the County Court for information on arrest warrants- (903)856-3845.
- Contact the Camp County Attorney’s Office in case you need victim’s assistance-(903)856-2409.
- Call the Office of the District Court Clerk to learn the process for initiating a judicial records search-(903)856-3221.
Crime statistics of Camp County
In 2019, the Sheriff’s Department of Camp County dealt with about 76 criminal complaints. Property offenses accounted for 67 of these complaints. There were 29 larceny-theft cases, 31 burglary cases, and 7 vehicle theft cases in this category. Around 7 instances of assault and 2 of rape were a part of the complaints filed against violent crimes.