Few things are more trying to a family or a group of friends than knowing that one of you has a criminal background or even an arrest warrant. Because of the dangers and difficulties directly associated with having an arrest warrant out in your name, it can be dangerous and difficult to spend time with a person like that. Due to this, it’s a good idea to at least know how to go about getting this information if push comes to shove.
For arrest warrant information for Haskell County, Texas, your best bet is to contact the Haskell County Sheriff. Although you can go into the office in person, it is easiest to contact them by phone or by email. The Haskell County Sheriffs Office’s email address is haskcoso at wtconnect.com.
Perhaps more troubling than an arrest warrant is the possibility of one of your friends or family members appearing on the sex offender registry. Often, this is enough to exclude that person from social gatherings – especially if you have kids or a girlfriend. You can check to see if they are on the registry in Texas at https://records.txdps.state.tx.us/DpsWebsite/index.aspx.
If you want to see the arrest records of your friends and family members in Haskell County, Texas, then you’ll want to visit this link: https://records.txdps.state.tx.us/DpsWebsite/CriminalHistory/. It will place you at the correct search tool provided by the Texas Department of Public Safety.
How do you request information on Haskell County warrants and arrests over the phone? (As of 2021)
- Dial (940) 864-2345 for information about recent arrests.
- Dial (940)864-2851 for information on active warrants.
- Dial (940)864-2066 for information of victim’s assistance available from the Haskell County Attorney’s Office.
- Dial (940)864-2030 for starting a criminal case search.
Crime statistics of Haskell County
The Haskell County Sheriff’s Department filed 42 criminal reports in 2020. More than 35 cases were attributed to property crimes, while only 5 cases were filed against violent crimes.
The majority of property crime cases involved larceny-theft (19 cases) and burglary (10 cases). The complaints in the category of violent crimes included 5 cases of aggravated assault.