Find Childress County Warrants and Arrest Records

Going over Childress County warrants will help you know if you or other people you are checking are wanted by the police.

The best place to do a warrant search is the county sheriff (1005 Avenue F NE. Childress, Texas 79201. Telephone: 940-937-2535). They store information on all of the county’s suspects and offenders.

Performing an arrest search

You will not be able to find an online Childress County jail roster, so we suggest once again utilizing the sheriff’s databases. When you visit his office for your warrant inquiry, also ask for information on the county’s inmates, including people who have been recently taken into custody.

Inquiring about Childress County court records

If you are looking for information on a person’s history of convictions, you should get access to Childress County court records as they display the outcome of trials. What you should do is visit the office of the District and County Clerk at 100 Avenue East NW Box 4 Childress, TX  79201 (Phone:  940-937-6143) and file a request to view public records. To read about this procedure, navigate to the website of the Attorney General of Texas.

Accessing Texas arrest records

To expand the scope of any background check, it is advisable to turn to statewide databases. There are 3 such databases worth using:

  • The Criminal History Name Search operated by the TxDPS displays all arrests carried out in the state for offenses more serious than Class B misdemeanor.You will need to sign up and pay for the data.
  • The TDCJ offers an electronic offender search you can utilize to locate an inmate in the state’s prisons.
  • This website maintains a comprehensive background check tool. You are advised to use it to find Childress County warrants as well as arrest data and criminal records issued in the entire state. Search results are accurate and updated. Confidentiality is guaranteed.