Initiating a Hood County Criminal Background Check
Hood County court records are available to the public under
- The county clerk – P.O. Box 339, Granbury, Texas 76048. (Phone: 817-579-3222)
- The District clerk – 1200 W. Pearl St. Granbury, Texas 76048. (Phone: 817-579-3236)
Your request may take 10 days to be fulfilled. Cases under investigation and juvenile records are not accessible to the public. For further instructions on acquiring public information, we suggest visiting the website of the Attorney General of Texas.
Are you (or someone you know) wanted by the police?
Another important element in a criminal background check is tracing outstanding warrants. The most obvious place to initiate a Hood County warrant search is the sheriff office. They are located at 400 Deputy Larry Miller Dr. Granbury, TX 76048 (Phone number for nonemergency calls is 817-579-3316). Their data banks contain criminal information obtained from the county's law enforcement agencies.
One word of caution – in case you suspect there is an arrest order carrying your name, stay away from police stations and opt for online sources. One of these recommended sources is the electronic inquiry tool on this page. Using it, you will be able to get detailed and accurate reports containing a person's criminal record. 100% confidentiality is guaranteed.
Carrying out an arrest search
To find Hood County arrest records, contact the county jail (817-579-3333). To make your inquiry as
To conduct a broader inmate search refer to the electronic database managed by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. It covers all of
With 2 cases of homicide, 8 rapes, 1 robbery and 60 assaults in 2013, Hood County is not the safest place in the state. During that year, it suffered from 1,119 crimes with an average rate of 2,131.6 offenses for 100,000 residents. Police were able to apprehend 265 suspects.