Kinney County, Texas Arrest Records and Warrants

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If you’re concerned that there is an arrest record out for you in Kinney County, Texas, or even out for someone you are close to, you must find out as quickly as possible. Due to the myriad of impacts that a looming arrest warrant can have on both your life, as well as the lives of those around you, this is not something you should save until the last minute.

Unfortunately, there is no website for what is usually the best resource for accessing arrest warrant information at the sheriff’s office. Instead, you will need to contact the sheriff’s office directly. You can find their offices at 109 North St., in Bracketville, Texas 78832.

Thankfully, if you are only searching for arrest records for Kinney County, then the process will be much more streamlined. In fact, all you will need to do is visit the Texas Department of Criminal Justice’s website and use their offender information search tool at This tool will let you see a list of all of the persons currently in prison in Texas and the crimes that they committed.

Kinney County has one of the lowest rates of incarceration in the state. At the end of 2010, Kinney County had only 7 persons imprisoned within the county and only two citizens in the state jail.

Is it feasible to acquire information over the phone about Kinney County arrest warrants and recent arrests? (2021-Update)

  • For an incident/accident/arrest report, call (830) 563-2788.
  • For information on active warrants, call (830)563-2401.
  • For information on victim’s assistance, call (830)563-2240.
  •  For criminal case court dates and information on accessing criminal judicial records, call (830)563-2521 – ext. 3.

Crime Statistics of Kinney County

In 2017, the Sheriff’s Department of Kinney County filed 11 criminal complaints. Of these cases, nearly 50% were cases of violent crime, which is unusually high. A total of 5 complaints were filed in the violent crimes category; 4 against assault and 1 against robbery. The property crimes category included 5 cases of burglary and 1 case of car theft.

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