Have you been scouring the net for information that deals with arrest records and warrants for Comanche County, Texas? If so, we don’t blame you; it’s hard to come by. Unfortunately, if you don’t have experience with this kind of search or even know where to begin, finding this information can be tremendously difficult.
But that doesn’t mean the information isn’t out there.
While Comanche County does not have a website for its sheriff, it still has a sheriff that you can contact with information requests. You can find the sheriff of Comanche County at 300 Industrial Blvd, in Comanche, Texas.
However, probably the best resource for your search for arrest records will be through the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. The TDCJ makes it it’s business to record all prisoners currently serving time in the state and record what they did to land themselves there. However, these records are not complete. They can only detail the things which the criminals did this time to land themselves in jail.
You can find the TDCJ home page at http://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/. The database which contains all of the information about prisoners and the things they did can be found here: https://offender.tdcj.texas.gov/OffenderSearch/index.jsp.
How do I obtain arrest records and warrant information from Comanche County over the phone? (Valid until 2021)
- To inquire about recent arrests, call the Comanche County Jail’s Main Office phone number- (325) 356-2333.
- To seek details on active warrants, contact the County Court at (325)356-2466.
- To get information on initiating a criminal history check and requesting an arrest report, contact the Sheriff’s Office at (325) 356-7533/ (254) 893-3510.
- To get victim/witness assistance, call the Comanche County Attorney’s Office at (325)356-2313.
- To request a case search, call the Clerk of Court at (325)356-2342.
Crime statistics of Comanche County
The overall crime rate of Comanche County decreased by a dismal 3% between 2018 and 2019. As compared to the 63 complaints filed in 2018, the local police only received 61 complaints in 2019. Of the cases registered, 58 were against property crimes, with larceny-theft complaints taking the lead in this category, at 41 complaints. Violent crimes led to the filing of 3 complaints.