Ector County Warrant and Arrest Records Search
An Ector County warrant search should start at the sheriff’s Warrant Division. They are a good source to find the county’s wanted persons. Their phone number is 432-335-3584.
If you are interested in avoiding any involvement with the sheriff office (due to an outstanding criminal record you do not wish to be revealed), we suggest running a full background check using the online inquiry form on this webpage. Results come from trustworthy private and public sources. Confidentiality is fully guaranteed.
Initiating an arrest Search
An Ector County arrest records search can be conducted by using the sheriff office’s online inmate information page. This page shows all inmates that are currently incarcerated in addition to a list containing people that were apprehended in the last 24 hours.
If you require further data, we advise referring to two additional broader databases:
- The Texas Department of Public Safety operates an online criminal search that will display a person’s arrest history in the entire state. It does not include details on Class C misdemeanor offenses.
- The TDCJ manages an offender information data bank that will help you perform a statewide inmate search.
Ector County court records
Criminal records are created as a result of being convicted of a crime. To find out if a person has a history of convictions, you will need to run a case search to see if you can find court records carrying his / her name. To do that, turn to the county clerk. They deal with misdemeanor criminal cases. Their address is 300 North Grant Avenue, Room 111, Odessa, TX 79761. They can be contacted via the phone: 432- 498-4130.
The district clerk, in most cases, handles felony offences. Their address for further inquiry is similar to that of the county clerk. Their room number is 301. Their telephone number is 432-498-4290.
2013 data reveal that on average, 5081.3 offenses were committed per 100000 people. Violent offenses consisted of 3 murders, 59 rapes, 179 robberies and 966 assaults. 1199 people were incarcerated by law enforcement agencies.