Kendall County Arrest
records and Warrant Search
Searchers who wish to carry out an online background check in to find Kendall County warrants and arrest records will be quite disappointed due to lack of computerized databases available to the public. The alternative is either to settle for the county's offline sources or to use the state's online searchable data banks.
Conducting a Kendall County arrest records search
To locate present and past inmates, we strongly suggest contacting Kendall County Jail at (830) 249-4989. You can ask them to check in their databases whether someone you know has ever been detained in their facility. In most
Kendall County arrest records can also be searched using the computerized database of the TxDPS. This database encompasses the whole state and it displays a person's incarceration history. Searchers must open an account prior to using this service.
The TDCJ offers another recommended online database whose function is to enable users to carry out a Texas inmate search (https://offender.tdcj.texas.gov/OffenderSearch/). Results relate to all of the state's correctional facilities.
Finding outstanding warrants
The sheriff office processes and stores data on the county's criminal activity so this is where you should go if you want to undertake a Kendal County warrant search. They are usually quite cooperative when people come and ask them for information. In return, they hope to get tips from the public that will help them locate fugitives and solve crimes.
Moreover, this website contains an inquiry tool that will also assist you in tracing Kendall County warrants. By typing the subject's name, you will initiate a short search process that will end with detailed criminal history reports. The data is vast, reliable and up to date. Searchers remain fully confidential.
Obtaining Kendall County court records
To run a specific case search you will have to file a request to view copies of court dockets by visiting the county clerk at 201 E. San Antonio Street, #127, Boerne, TX 78006. Telephone: 830-249-9343 extension no. 230. The Website of the General Attorney provides you with further instructions on how to file such a request.
In the course of 2013, 616 crimes were recorded in the county. There were no murders, but 6 rapes were committed. There