Are you concerned that your new neighbor, or even worse, the new person you would like to hire to babysit your children, maybe a convicted and hardened criminal? Because this kind of information is so often hidden from public view and because a person’s past can have such a tremendous impact on how they might treat you and your family, it is important to know how to get a criminal background. Below, we’ll look at the best ways to access this information in Lampasas County, Texas.
There are two primary ways that you can access this information. The first, provided by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, can be found here: https://offender.tdcj.texas.gov/OffenderSearch/index.jsp. This will allow you to view the records of any person currently in jail, no matter where they are in Texas. However, because this search only works for persons already in jail, you may want another way to see arrest records for Lampasas County, Texas, for people not currently in jail. You can perform a full Criminal History Name Search at https://records.txdps.state.tx.us/DpsWebsite/CriminalHistory/.
If you are worried that a neighbor might have an arrest warrant out for them in Lampasas County, then you will want to contact the sheriff of Lampasas County. This is because, for many counties, Lampasas included, these records aren’t available online. You can contact the sheriff via postal service at PO Box 465.
How do I obtain arrest records and warrant information from Lampasas County over the phone? (Valid until 2021)
- Accident and/or arrest report: (512) 556-8255.
- Active warrants search: (512)556-8271.
- Case search and judicial records search: (512)556-8271.
- Queries pertaining to crime victim’s assistance: (512)556-8282.
Crime statistics of Lampasas County
Over 95 crimes were reported in Lampasas County in 2019. This annual average comprised 12 cases of violent crimes and 83 matters pertaining to property crimes. Nearly 60 complaints in the property crimes category were attributed to larceny thefts while burglary led to the filing of around 20 complaints. Save for 1 complaint against rape, all other cases filed in the violent crimes category were against aggravated assault.