Collin County Warrant and Arrest Records Search
It is your best interest to find out as soon as possible whether there is a Collin County arrest warrant carrying your name, so you will not be arrested once you come across a police officer. Luckily, there are good offline and online search tools you can utilize to extract information.
The sheriff office offers two main warrant inquiry options:
1) They have a record window that is open during week days from 8 in the morning to 5 in the afternoon. Their address is 4300 Community Ave, McKinney, Texas 75071.
2) You can fill in an open record request and send it via email (email@example.com) or regular mail to the address that appears above. You can download the form on their open records webpage. A Fee of 5 dollar per report may be required.
In addition, you may conduct a Collin County warrant search by resorting to the search form on this website (see above). Results will show additional criminal information, such as a person’s outstanding warrants, arrest records and court records. The search process is strictly confidential.
Carrying out an arrest search
Collin County website (the county jail page) enables you to do an inmate search and locate all inmates that were released during the last twenty four hours. All you need is the inmate’s surname.
To run a more detailed Collin County arrest records search, we advise using the county’s jail records webpage. You can initiate your inquiry according to either a defendant name or a booking number.
Alternatively, you may choose to use the Computerized Criminal History System operated by the Texas Department of Public Safety. This criminal data bank will reveal arrests for charges more serious than Class B misdemeanor offenses that were committed throughout the entire state. The use of this service demands opening an online account.
Collin County court records
Finding court records in Texas counties requires contacting the district clerk and the county clerk. Collin County is not different in that sense.
To find county court dockets, visit the county clerk office at 2300 Bloomdale Rd. Suite 2106. McKinney, TX 75071 (phone no. 972-548-4185). If you are interested in district court files, go to the district clerk office which is located at Collin County Courthouse. 2100 Bloomdale Rd. Suite 12132. McKinney, TX 75071 (phone no. 972-548-4320).
You can also run an online case record inquiry here. This electronic tool will enable users to search for files related to criminal courts, probate courts, civil and family courts or justice courts. The data that will be presented will encompass district court cases from 1984 to the present and county court cases dating from 2000 to the present.
During 2013, the county suffered from 15496 criminal offenses. Unfortunately, 9 murders were reported as well as 131 rape cases, 197 robberies, 522 assaults, 2603 burglaries, 549 car thefts and 11489 larceny incidents. The county’s law agencies carried out 2909 arrests.