Undertaking a Kerr County Arrest Records and Warrant Search
Kerr County warrants empower the police to take a person into custody for a crime he has allegedly committed. Of course, the burden of proof lies on the authorities to establish guilt and that can be done only in court. So even if you are detained as a result of an arrest order that was issued against you, you are still considered innocent until indicated otherwise.
To initiate a warrant search in Kerr County, pay a visit to the sheriff office (400 Clearwater Paseo, Kerrville, Texas 78028) and check their wanted
Finding criminal and arrest records
To conduct a Kerr County arrest search you have to use the sheriff office again. Contact their Jail Division for an inmate search in the county's detention center. You can reach them by dialing 830-896-1133. It is also possible to find information by using the online jail records locator. Results include a variety of details, such as the detainee's name and alias, known address, physical attributes, booking number, date of arrest and release and specific charges. Some of the files go back to the 1990s.
To trace criminal records, you will have to acquire reports about a person's prosecutions and convictions. In other words, you will need to get access to Kerr County court records. Two offices are responsible for storing them in their archives, the county clerk and the district clerk. The former is responsible for misdemeanor cases while the latter handles felony cases.
Both of them operate from 700 Main St. Kerrville, TX 78028. The county clerk's phone number is 830-792-2255; the district clerk's phone number is 830-792-2281. You can save time and use the county's electronic case search tool to obtain public records dealing with criminal and civil issues.
The number of crimes committed in the county's jurisdiction throughout 2013 was 1,108. The number of violent crimes was 77. The rest included property related crimes. The average crime rate per 100,000 residents was 2,214.5 offenses. 248 people were apprehended by the police.