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Guidelines for a Harrison County Warrant and Arrest Records Search Guidelines for a Harrison County Warrant and Arrest Records Search How to conduct a Harrison County warrant and arrest records search, Texas. Use this website's advanced background check tool to get criminal history reports
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Guidelines for a Harrison County Warrant and Arrest Records Search

You can trace Harrison county warrants by reviewing the sheriff's criminal data bank. Of course, to do that, you ought to arrive at their office in person (The address is 200 West Houston Marshall, Texas  75670). You can try to garner information by calling them at 903-923-4002 though it is doubtful whether they will disclose details on the phone.

To perform an online Harrison county warrant search, use the inquiry tool on this webpage. It will unfold accurate and updated criminal reports on any person living in Texas (Bear in mind that legal documents that are related to an ongoing police investigation are usually not accessible to the public). Searchers' identity and privacy are strictly observed.

How to perform an arrest search

We suggest contacting the County jail (903-923-4003) and ask them whether a specific person is held in their facility.

For a broader inmate search that will provide information related to the entire state, use the online inquiry tool offered by the TDCJ.

To obtain Harrison County arrest records together with records issued in other counties, you should utilize the computerized criminal history data bank managed by the Texas Department of Public Safety. Be advised, Class C misdemeanor offenses will not be displayed.

Obtaining court dockets

Harrison County court records will be able to tell you if a person has ever been convicted of a crime. Turn to the county clerk for reports on misdemeanor offenses and to the district clerk for information on felony cases. Both offices can be found at 200 West Houston, Marshall, TX  75671.

Regulations dictate that you submit a FOIA request either in person or via mail. It might take up to 10 days for it to be fulfilled and you will be required to pay a little fee.

For your information, the Public Information Act obligates the authorities to reveal official governmental files as fast as they can. However, there are cases in which criminal records are concealed under court order or when a minor is involved.

Crime rates

On average 2,661.4 crimes per 100,000 persons were committed in the county in 2013. Police investigated 3 murders, 18 rapes, 167 assaults, 420 burglaries, 1,629.7 larceny cases, and 61 car thefts. 460 persons have been taken into custody.