Wichita County TX Warrants Search

Texas Arrest Reports and Warrant Search

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Before you start a Wichita County warrants search, we strongly advise taking the time to read up and come to an understanding of how arrest warrants function in Texas. Because all arrest warrants fall under laws created at the state level, every county has the same arrest warrant laws. For an arrest warrant to be created in Wichita County, police forces must appear first in a court and explain to a judge why a particular individual was responsible for crimes that have been committed. If the judge finds their arguments and evidence compelling, he will issue an arrest warrant for the individual.

An important detail about Wichita County arrest warrants is that although issued by a specific county, they are valid in every other county in Texas. This means that you can be arrested anywhere in Texas, and fleeing over county lines will not help you.

Now that you understand arrest warrants, it is time to start your arrest warrants search for Wichita County, TX. We advise starting by contacting the Wichita County Sheriffs Office, either by visiting 900 7th Street #100 in Wichita Falls, TX 76301. We advise attempting a phone search first. If you would like to look at Wichita County arrest records, we advise using the TDCJs Offender Information Search Tool https://offender.tdcj.texas.gov/OffenderSearch/index.jsp. Or you can use the above search form to search through an online criminal records database instantly.

Before proceeding, however, we strongly recommend contacting a defense attorney.

 

Is it possible to get information on Wichita arrests and warrants over the phone? (updated in 2021)

To a certain extent, state agencies will oblige requestors who call for this data. However, they ensure that the more sensitive information is only offered to applicants who show up in person. But, if a phone call is as far as you want to go, this is what’s on offer:

  • You can ask about the process for a warrant search or the progress of your application for a warrants inquiry by calling on 940-766-8100.
  • To report a crime or a suspicious incident or person, you can connect with the local law enforcement office at 940-766-8170.
  • For details on persons in custody, you can call on 940-730-2890.
  • If you are looking for information on felony trial or the disposition of such a case, you can call the District Clerk at 940-766-8190.
  • You can get information pertaining to warrants and misdemeanor complaints handled by the County Courts by contacting the County Clerk on 940-766-8195

 

Crime statistics for Wichita County, TX

The violent crime rate of Wichita County increased by almost 25% in 2019, as compared to the previous year. However, there was a reduction of almost 10% in the rate of property crimes. In terms of specific crime categories, burglary and aggravated assault had the most impressive drop of all.

Each year, the TDCJ files an annual report, in which they detail the number of people incarcerated in each county, based on which county issued those warrants. In 2010, 710 people were imprisoned over arrest warrants filed within the county. You can view this report at https://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/documents/Statistical_Report_FY2014.pdf.

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