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Randall County Arrest Records

Arrest records are official documents detailing the circumstances under which law enforcement agencies take individuals into custody for law violations. An arrest may become necessary if an individual commits or intends to commit a crime. Several law enforcement agencies in Randall County generate arrest records when carrying out their official duties. These include

In Randall County, arrestees and inmates are held at the Randall County jail. Randall County arrest records provide information for the preliminary stages of trial of criminal case trials within the county and are part of Randall County court records.

Are Arrest Records Public in Randall County?

Randall County arrest records are public records and accessible to interested persons. Per Chapter 552 of the Texas Government Code, the public has the right to complete information about government activities and the official acts of public officials and employees unless otherwise exempted by law. However, the Texas Public Information Act (TPIA) exempts public access to arrest records relating to minors, ongoing investigations, and those that may compromise:

  • Personal Privacy
  • Victim Information
  • Law Enforcement and Correctional Officer Safety.

In Randall County, exempted arrest records may be accessible to law enforcement, government agencies, the owners of the records, and their legal representatives. In addition, interested persons can access Randall County exempted arrest records through Subpoenas, court orders, appeals and reviews, and written consent of records owners (or their parents/guardians if they are minors).

What Do Public Arrest Records Contain?

An arrest record contains information on the circumstances of the arrest of an individual and the processing of the arrestee before incarceration. In Randall County, arrest records encompass the following public documents and information:

  • Full name, date of birth, gender, and address of the arrestee
  • Date, time, and location of the arrest
  • The name and badge number of the arresting officer
  • The law enforcement agency responsible for the arrest
  • List of offenses, statutes, or codes violated by the arrestee
  • Description of the circumstances leading to the arrest
  • Witness Report (if applicable)
  • Booking Information (these includes fingerprints, mugshots, booking number, date and time of booking)
  • Bail Information such as
    • Bail amount set
    • Conditions of release
    • Information on whether the detainee post bail
  • Court Information (if the case leading to the arrest proceeds to the court).

Randall County Crime Rate

In 2022, the Randall County Sheriff's Office reported 159 violent crimes, 158 property-related crimes, and 69 individual offenses to the FBI National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) in comparison to the 55 violent crimes, 237 property-related, and 71 individual offenses within the same timeframe in 2021. As of 2022, larceny crime was the most common crime in Randall County (it accounted for 89 and 127 property-related cases in 2022 and 2021, respectively). Also, data from the Amarillo City Council show that larceny accounted for 4590 of the 8301 crime cases within the county in 2021.

Randall County Arrest Statistics

According to the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program, the Randall County Sheriff's Office reported 118 arrest cases for various crimes in 2022, in contrast to the 263 arrests reported by the same agency in 2021.

In 2023, data from the Texas Department of Public Safety showed 91 DWI (Driving Under the Influence) arrests by the Randall County Sheriff's Office, the Canyon Police Department, and the West Texas A&M University. This figure is higher than the 87 arrests for similar offenses by law enforcement agencies in 2022.

Find Randall County Arrest Records

There are several options for looking up Randall County arrest records. To find Randall County arrest records:

  • Log in to the Randall County Sheriff's Office website
    • Click the Jail Roster link to access the inmate Search Page
    • Enter the name of the owner of the record to perform a manual search for arrest records through Randall County inmate records
  • Search for Randall County arrest records through the Randall County Judicial Records Jail or Criminal Records Portals
  • Visit the Texas Department of Public Safety Criminal History Name Search Page:
    • Click Search History or Search Database
    • Sign up to obtain a user ID and password to log in to the search portal to look for arrest records through Randall County criminal records.
  • Call or visit any of the local law enforcement agencies using the following addresses:

Randall County Sheriff's Office
9100 S. Georgia St., Amarillo,
TX 79118
Phone: (806) 468-5800

Amarillo City Police Department
200 SE 3rd Ave, Amarillo,
TX 79101
Phone: (806) 378-4257

Canyon Police Department
301 16th St, Canyon, TX 79015
Phone: (806) 655-5005

Free Arrest Record Search in Randall County

The Texas Public Information Act empowers public records custodians to charge reasonable fees for access to records in their custody. However, requesters may obtain information relating to Randall County arrests for free. For free access to Randall County arrest records:

  • Log in to the Randall County Sheriff's Office Jail Roster Page and look for arrest records on criminal records for free
  • Visit the Amarillo City Police Department Public Police Reports Page and look for information relating to arrests
  • Log in to the Randall County Judicial Records Jail or Criminal Records Portals and use name, date of birth, and filing date to look for arrest records on Randall County criminal records for free.
  • Search online for free access to Randall County arrest records through third-party websites. Some private websites may offer free access to information on Randall County arrests.
  • Visit local news websites and public libraries and search for information about arrests in Randall County.

Get Randall County Criminal Records

Criminal records refer to official documents and files that comprehensively detail an individual's crime history and prosecutions within the legal system. Criminal records encompass information on arrests, prosecutions, sentencing, and incarceration of offenders. In Randall County, criminal records may be accessible through the

  • Randall County Sheriff's Office
  • Amarillo Police Department
  • Randall County Jail
  • Canyon Police Department
  • Randall County District Clerk's Office
  • Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS).

To obtain Randall County arrest records, call or visit the Randall County Sheriff's Office, Amarillo Police Department, Randall County Jail, Canyon Police Department, or the Randall County Clerk's Office and request access to criminal records in their possession. Alternatively, interested persons can log in to any of the web portals and look for Randall County criminal records:

  • The Texas Department of Public Safety Criminal History Search Page
  • Randall County Judicial Records Jail or Criminal Records Portals
  • Randall County Sheriff's Office Jail Roster Page.

For persons seeking to obtain certified copies of Randall County criminal records from their custodian agencies, the following steps may be helpful:

  • Identify the agency in possession of the required records
  • Provide official Identification (any government-issued ID will suffice)
  • Make a formal request to access Randall County criminal records
  • Pay any applicable access or copy fees
  • Wait for the record's custodian to process the request.

Requesters may need consent or authorization to access exempted Randall County criminal records.

Randall County Arrest Records Vs. Criminal Records

Randall County arrest and criminal records are crucial documents for maintaining the law and securing the properties and lives of persons living within the county. However, there are some distinctions between both documents. Arrest records are law enforcement documents that describe the reasons and conditions under which an individual is taken into custody. Randall County arrest records are crucial in the early stages of criminal prosecutions within the county's courts. An arrest is not evidence of the guilt or innocence of the owner of the record. Contrariwise, a Randall County criminal record includes the individual's arrest records and documents relating to legal proceedings, judgment, and conviction (if applicable). A criminal record may not confirm the guilt.

How Long Do Arrests Stay on Your Record?

In Randall County, an arrest may stay on a record indefinitely. However, records owners can remove arrest information if they take legal action to seal or expunge it. Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, Chapter 55 and Texas Government Code, Chapter 411,§ 411.074 outlines the requirements for expunction and non-disclosure of arrest records (and criminal records in general).

Expunge Randall County Arrest Records

Per Tax laws, persons convicted within the state can approach the court to seal or expunge their records if they meet the eligibility criteria. An individual can file for expungement of arrest records in Randall County if:

  • The prosecuting attorney decides that there is no need for investigation or case prosecution
  • The Statute of Limitations expires
  • There is an acquittal by a court
  • There was a conviction but the individual was pardoned or granted relief
  • The owner of the record is innocent of the charges
  • The person completes a waiting period for the offense (usually 180 days for a Class C misdemeanor, but may be longer for other types of offenses).

For nondisclosure (or sealing) of Randall County arrest records, the following eligibility criteria apply:

  • Automatic nondisclosure for first-time offenders who have completed their sentences or probation
  • Immediate eligibility for dismissed and discharged cases (especially for most minor misdemeanor cases)
  • A two-year waiting period for some misdemeanor cases
  • A five-year waiting period for serious misdemeanor and some felony cases
  • The individual must complete community supervision and receive discharge and dismissal for deferred adjudication.

To expunge or seal an arrest record in Randall County, do the following:

  • Understand the eligibility criteria for expunction and nondisclosure of arrest records in Texas State
  • Seek the advice of a legal professional to navigate the process
  • File a petition for expunction at the Randall County District Clerk's Office or at the specific court that handled the case (if the petition is for nondisclosure of arrest records)
  • Attend any hearing on the petition to provide answers to objections that may arise from the attorney or other interested entities.
  • If the petition is successful, the court will order the relevant agencies to remove or seal the records and update their databases.

Randall County Arrest Warrants

A Randall County arrest warrant is a legal document issued by a judge or magistrate of a court within the county authorizing law enforcement to take an individual into custody. In the United States, a judge may issue a warrant of arrest to law enforcement if they can prove probable cause against an individual. To obtain an arrest warrant, law enforcement must show evidence that a person committed or will commit a crime. Typically, Randall County arrest warrant information includes:

  • Full name, address, date of birth, and physical description of the suspect
  • Issuing authority, date of issuance and expiration, and warrant number
  • Charges and evidence against the suspect
  • Instructions on how to execute the arrest
  • Name and signature of the issuing judge/magistrate.

Randall County Arrest Warrant Search

There are several options to obtain information on active arrest warrants in Randall County. To find active arrest warrants in Randall County:

  • Visit the Randall County Sheriff's Office website, scroll down, and click Crime Stoppers to view active arrest warrants on Randall County fugitives
  • Log in to the Amarillo City Municipal Court Page, scroll down, and click Warrant List to view active arrest warrants
  • Call or visit the Randall County Sheriff's Office, the Amarillo City Police Department, or other local law enforcement agencies within Randall County and request information on active warrants
  • Contact the Randall County District Clerk's Office for information on court-issued arrest warrants at:

2309 Russell Long Blvd, Canyon,
TX 79015
Phone: (806) 468-5600

  • Check public notices, local news websites, and newspapers for information on wanted persons.

Do Randall County Arrest Warrants Expire?

Arrest warrants do not have expiration dates. A Randall County arrest warrant will remain active until law enforcement apprehends the fugitive or the court recalls the warrant. However, an arrest warrant will become inactive if the individual whose name is on the warrant dies.

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