If you're searching for arrest or warrant records in Bexar County Texas this site was designed to assist you. Since Texas is a huge state and Bexar County is the fourth largest county it can be difficult to know where to begin. Since Bexar County honors a transparent government Bexar County arrest records and Bexar County warrants are made readily available to the general public who requests access to these records.
Bexar County Arrest Warrants Search
If you have an arrest warrant in Bexar County then there is the possibility you may be arrested at any time because law officers have access to warrant information and will know you are a wanted suspect. To search and see if you have a warrant in your name you have many options in Bexar County to do this.
The Bexar County Sheriff's Office is a great place to start to conduct a warrant search. Visit the Central Records Office located at 200 N. Comal St. San Antonio, TX 78207-3505 to get help in finding warrant and arrest record information. Their phone number is 210-335-6201 if you need to speak to someone before you go. They charge a small fee to obtain records. A basic record check is $3 while a criminal history report will run you $8. They are open Monday through Friday, between 7am to 6:30pm excluding holidays.
The Central Records Division of the Sheriff’s Office is obligated under the Texas Public Information Act (Government Code, Chapter 552) to provide records to all citizens who request them.
You can always search for arrest records or background reports directly from this site. Just type in the first and last name of the person you need records for and the results will be displayed in seconds. Our search system is completely confidential and secure. We offer records for all Texas counties and all 50 U.S. states.
Inmate and Arrest Records Search in Bexar County
The Sheriff's office updates a jail activity report on a regular basis. By accessing these reports you will find data on the arrestee’s name, charges, address, place and date of arrest, case number and probation information. It's a list by day that shows state and county records plus probation information.
The Bexar County Central Magistrate has an online search system for the public to use as well for inmate searches. It allows users to search individuals by name who have been arrested by the Central Magistrate over the last 24 hours who have been processed. The results of the search will display offenses of Class B or higher. Once you click on the report you will get additional details regarding the offense.
The Bexar County Adult Detention Center Facility is another good place to search for inmates. They are located in the Sheriff's Office and you can call them to check on an inmates status at 210-335-6219 or for more information on people in custody.
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice offers an online database search covering all of Texas not just Bexar County. You can run an offender search if you know the last name and at least the first initial of the first name of the person. If you don't know that information you can search by TDCJ number, or SID (state identification) number.
Victims of crime in Bexar county can have resources to protect themselves through the VINE link. In order to use the VINE program successfully you need to register as a victim and to be notified of any changes in an offenders status. This can include an impending release from jail, court dates, or if the attacker is an escapee.
Bexar County Court Records
To find Bexar County court records the county and district clerk site offers an online criminal records search. The database allows you to search for criminal and civil court case records by name, SID number, or case number and is updated on a regular basis. You can run a search online or visit them in person at Paul Elizondo Tower,101 W Nueva, Suite 217, San Antonio, TX 78205-3411. Their phone number is 210-335-2113.
The Bexar County clerk's site also provides an online court records search. You will need to open a user account with a username and ID to run a search. Once you do that you will have access to court records for criminal and civil court cases.
If you need to find out more information on courts in Bexar County this is the place to search. This is the main page for civil, criminal, juvenile, county, and specialty courts. From this site you will be able to view information including addresses, phone numbers, and residing justices.
Crime Statistics for Bexar County
A great resource for crime data in Bexar County is the Sheriff's Office monthly brief accessed from this link. Crime stats are given on a monthly basis and pertain only to the Sheriff's Office which means the reports do not include other local law enforcement agencies. Nonetheless, the Sheriff's Department handles most of the crime in the county so you will get a good idea of what's happening in Bexar County.
Bexar County Criminal Warrants
Under the Judicial Services Division is a Criminal Warrants Section that is responsible for serving warrants received by the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office. They deal with dangerous, high profile fugitives and work in coordination with the FBI, U.S. Marshall’s Service, DEA, and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agencies. Their main objective is to get outstanding warrants served that are of major crimes committed in Bexar County.
Bexar County Arrest Warrant and Court Records Search
Bexar County Sheriff’s Office
Judicial Services Division
200 North Comal,
San Antonio, Texas 78207
Monday through Friday
8am - 5pm (excluding holidays)
Bexar County Detention Center
Bexar County Sheriff’s Office
200 North Comal St.
San Antonio, Texas 78207
Bexar County Central Magistrate
401 S. Frio St.
San Antonio, TX 78207
Open 24 hours a day 7 days a week
Bexar County District Clerk's Office and Mailing Address
Downtown - Main Location
Paul Elizondo Tower
101 W Nueva, Suite 217
San Antonio, TX 78205-3411
Bexar County Main Site
Texas Police Records
Texas Outstanding Warrants
Texas Arrest Records
Texas Court Records
Texas Civil Records