For a county as large as Kendall County, Texas, it has remarkably few current prison inmates: as of 2010, only 79 total persons were being held in captivity for various crimes. This information comes courtesy of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, and you can read their report for the 2010 fiscal year at https://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/documents/Statistical_Report_FY2014.pdf. According to the latest data from the fedstats.gov website, Kendall County is home to 32,866 total persons.
For specific questions about arrest records and warrants for Kendall County, we believe it is best to contact Kendall County’s sheriff directly. You can begin by visiting their website at http://kendallcountysheriff.com/.
For arrest record information, other resources exist. We generally direct inquiring citizens to the website of the Texas DCJ because of their excellent offender information search tool, which you can find at https://offender.tdcj.texas.gov/OffenderSearch/index.jsp. This tool will allow you to view all of the persons currently in prison in the Texas prison system. If you’re searching for a particular person’s criminal history, you may wish to use the criminal history name search tool, which you can find here: https://records.txdps.state.tx.us/DpsWebsite/CriminalHistory/.
Is it possible to get a hold of Kendall County’s warrant list and arrest records over the phone? (At the time of writing, 2021)
- Information on accessing arrest records and police reports- (Sheriff’s Office) -(830) 249-9721.
- Information on arrest warrants- (Kendall County Courthouse) -(830) 249-9343.
Crime statistics of Kendall County
Between 2018 and 2019, Kendall County’s crime rate increased by about 434%, from an annual average of 23 incidents to 123. Of the 123 criminal complaints filed in Kendall County in 2019, more than 100 were against property offenses, while the rest were for violent crimes.
Around 70 reports were filed for larceny thefts, and over 20 complaints were filed for burglary. Of the 19 complaints lodged against violent crimes, 15 involved physical assault (aggravated and simple).