In many counties throughout Texas, looking up arrest records and warrants is a problematic, time-consuming affair. Often, this is because the various counties throughout the state have developed only a minimal web presence. What this often means is that persons interested in these records have to contact the local authorities themselves.
Thankfully, for Goliad County, Texas, finding arrest records and warrants is as simple as visiting a few different websites and reading the information provided by them. In this article, we will show you the best places to look.
You’ll want to start by visiting the Goliad County, Texas Sheriffs Office website at http://www.goliadcountyso.org/. Spend some time to familiarize yourself with the various functions provided by this website before proceeding. Once you feel adequately familiarized with the content provided, you’re going to want to look at their warrant list, which you can find on the county sheriff’s website. This list is updated regularly, so make sure to refresh your browser if you can’t find the person you’re looking for.
When it comes to arresting records, few resources can compete with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice’s offender search tool’s strength. Capable of listing all of the current criminal offenders throughout the state, it can be used to see a very well detailed list of all of the crimes committed by those particular persons. You can find this search tool at https://offender.tdcj.texas.gov/OffenderSearch/index.jsp.
Is it possible to obtain information about Goliad County warrants and arrests over the phone? (2021-Update)
- Recent arrests related information- Sheriff’s Office at (361) 645-3451.
- Warrants search-related information- Goliad County Court at (361)645-3337.
- Case search-related information- Clerk of Court at (361)645-3294.
- Victim’s assistance-related information- Goliad Attorney’s Office at (361)645-2184.
Crime statistics of Goliad County
Goliad County’s yearly crime average decreased by 8% in 2019, reaching 101 incidents. The rate of violent crime stood at 22 cases. These included 3 occurrences of rape and 16 cases of serious assault. Larceny-theft accounted for almost 50 of the property crime complaints, while burglaries accounted for 19 of them.