Hays County, Texas Arrest Records and Warrants

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For many of the Texas counties, getting information concerning arrest records and warrants can mean calling dozens of different offices, all of the officials, and sometimes none of them having any idea how to help you. Thankfully, when it comes to Hays County, Texas, these records are never more than a few mice clicks away.

To get started, you’ll want to head to the Hays County Sheriff’s Office’s main web page at http://www.co.hays.tx.us/sheriff.aspx. Here, you can find contact information, details about policies unique to Hays County, and a wide variety of other details. Below, we will outline parts of the website that will probably be more useful to you.

The page that deals with fugitives and arrest warrants can be found here: http://www.co.hays.tx.us/law-enforcement2.aspx. To get arrest warrant information for Hays County, follow the instructions provided on the page.

You can find the page that deals with the jails throughout Hays County here: http://www.co.hays.tx.us/corrections-bureau-1.aspx. There is also a page that deals exclusively with records, which you can find here: http://www.co.hays.tx.us/open-records.aspx.

To see a list of all of the persons currently in jails, anywhere in Texas, visit this page: https://offender.tdcj.texas.gov/OffenderSearch/index.jsp. Provided by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, this is an excellent tool for finding out who is in jail and who is not and learning what they did to land themselves there.


If you get on the phone for your Hays County warrants and arrests inquiry, what are you likely to get? (2021-data)


  • The Sheriff’s Office: You can call them to file a non-emergency complaint or to request an incident report. In both scenarios, you will have to eventually show up at the agency office.


That said, they may answer questions pertaining to the arrests and warrants against a specific individual as long as you have a good reason for requesting these. To get in touch with the law enforcement office for these purposes, use their non-emergency phone number- 512-393-7896.


  • The Detention Center: You can call them for information on recent arrests as well as to inquire about current inmates and gather information pertaining to bail bond. Get in touch with them on 512-393-7807/512-393-7690.


  • The District Clerk: For data pertaining to felony cases and warrants that are handled by the Circuit Court, reach this office on 512-393-7660.


  • The Office of the County Clerk: You can call this agency to seek help pertaining to a case search. However, they can only provide details on court dockets for cases handled by the county courts. Get in touch with them at 512-393-7738.



Crime statistics for Hays County, TX

The annual crime average of Hays County stood at approximately 800 incidents in 2018 and 2019. There was a slight improvement in the violent crime rate as the figures plunged from their 2018 high of nearly 140 incidents to about 110 incidents in 2019. However, the property crime rate moved in the opposite direction, going from a low of 650 incidents in 2018 to over 670 incidents in 2019.

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