Finding Red River County Arrest Records and Warrants

Red River County arrest records can be searched by using the computerized inmate list published by the sheriff. You will find a link to that list on his website. To access data, you have to provide the detainee’s name or booking date.

Unfortunately, there isn’t any similar database that presents Red River County warrants. So inquiring about wanted people requires physically going to the sheriff’s office (500 N Cedar St. Clarksville, TX 75426. Phone: 903-427-3838) and conducting an offline investigation.

Carrying out a Texas arrest search

You should consider making use of statewide databases for a broader arrest search. We recommend the following two:

  • The online offender inquiry operated by the TX Department of Safety shows people incarcerated in all of the state’s counties for crimes more severe than Class B misdemeanor. You need to sign up and pay a fee.
  • The TDCJ offers an electronic inmate inquiry tool showing inmates that populate the state’s correctional facilities. This service does not require payment.

How to Track a person’s history of convictions

Does a person have a criminal record as a result of being convicted for a crime? To answer this question, you need to go to the office of the County Clerk (phone: 903-427-2401) or the District Clerk (phone: 903-427-3761) and ask for access to Red River County court records. The former will be able to give you information on misdemeanor offenses; the latter is responsible for processing felony conviction records.

You should know that the Texas Public Information Act grants you access to most of the dockets released by the court.

Another recommended search alternative

The website you are visiting now shows how to carry out a background check in all of TX counties. Moreover, it offers an advanced search tool that enables you to track a people’s criminal history.

Typing the subject’s name, you will receive a full and updated report showing his or her prior convictions including Red River County arrest records and any warrant issued by the court. The data also encompasses other counties. All searches are completely anonymous.