Potter County Criminal Background Check

Potter County provides one of the most efficient information services in the entire state. For example, if you are interested in recovering public records, you are invited to visit the sheriff’s Records Department and file a request. You will need to submit a picture of your ID. Their address is 608 S. Pierce, Amarillo, Texas 79101. Their phone number (for further questions) is 806-379-2932.

Potter County warrants can be found quite easily as well. You will need to contact a warrant’s deputy to get specific details. The sheriff website contains a list of telephone numbers you can call.

What is more, it also presents a detailed list of the county’s outstanding warrants. It contains close to 200 pages arranged in alphabetical order.

Potter County arrest records search

In order to initiate an arrest search in the county, we suggest turning to the sheriff’s offenses report or directly calling the Detention Center at 806-335-4100.

If you are not satisfied with the data they present, you can opt for a more extensive database provided by the TxDPS. Their electronic criminal search tool presents a person’s arrest history in the entire State of Texas. Class C misdemeanor violations will not be presented. Furthermore, the service requires that you sign up and open an active account.

If you want to conduct a quick and efficient criminal background check using one tool only instead of referring to multiple sources, we recommend the search form on this page. Results are highly accurate and the inquiry is strictly confidential.

Finding court dockets

Potter County court records can be recovered with the help of the county clerk. Be advised, request for report copies can be submitted via mail (address: Potter County Clerk, Court Department, P.O. Box 9638, Amarillo, TX 79105-9638) or in person. You will need to pay a 1 dollar fee for every page. For further information, go to their webpage.

If you want to trace felony records, visit the Criminal Department in the district clerk office. They are located at 501 South Fillmore Street, Amarillo, TX 79101. You can phone them at 806-379-2300

Crime rates

Potter County is considered one of the most crime ridden areas in the state. In 2013, 11167 crimes were reported (statistically speaking, 5250.9 offenses occurred per 100000 residents). Police investigated 10 homicide cases. There were also 114 rape cases in addition to 279 robberies, 918 assaults, 2174 burglaries and 6853 auto thefts. Law enforcement agencies incarcerated 2100 suspects.