Brazoria County Warrant and Arrest Records Search
One of the main reasons for doing a Brazoria County warrant search is simply to find out what the public knows about you. Texas Public Information Act turns a great deal of criminal information on an individual into public records. Imagine you are about to apply for a new job, would you not want to know what your potential employer can discover about you?
How can you find Brazoria County warrants?
The answer to that question lies in the sheriff office. They store criminal records related to offenses carried out in the county’s territory. The location of the office is 111 East Locust Street, Angleton, Texas 77515. You can dial them at 979-864-1831.
If during your inquiry, it is realized that there is an outstanding warrant with your name on it, you might be incarcerated. So if you have any doubts about your criminal history, opt for an online inquiry.
On the right bar, you will see a search form. Using it, you will be able to view comprehensive criminal information and other details about people living in Texas. These details can be used for a comprehensive background check. Your confidentiality is guaranteed.
Doing an arrest search
The sheriff’s website links to an online tool for an inmate search. You will also be able to carry out a Brazoria County arrest records search by using the Criminal History System maintained by the TxDPS. It will present a person’s arrest history for crime more severe than Class B misdemeanor. This inquiry shows data coming from all of the state’s law enforcement authorities.
Brazoria County court records
The county provides an electronic criminal case search that can be utilized to trace court records. Otherwise, you can contact the district clerk for information on felony cases. Their address is 111 E. Locust St., Ste. 500, Angleton, TX 77515. You can talk to them by dialing 979-864-1316. For your information, their website has a special page that specifies criminal case type categories.
For misdemeanor records go to the county clerk. You can contact their criminal department directly at 979-864-1381.
In 2013, 7001 offenses were reported in the county (2090.9 crimes per 100000 residents). The number of murder cases was 7. 87 rapes were committed in addition to 114 robberies, 409 assaults, 1523 burglaries, 4569 larceny incidents and 292 auto thefts. A total number of 2185 arrests were made by the police.