Dallas County Arrest Records

It is not inconceivable for a business owner, or anyone else for that matter, would want to know as much information as they could regarding the people that they interact with in an everyday basis. For business owners, this may be because the owner is contemplating hiring that person, and of course he wants to be sure that the person is trustworthy. Of course, nothing would substitute years of actually knowing the person, but in cases where this could not be depended upon, arrest records, such as Dallas County Arrest Records are some of the best records that could be consulted.

This is because arrest records are not only afforded great respect when it comes to the authenticity of not only the record itself but also of the contents of the same, but also because arrest records contain information that is relevant to the criminal past of the person whom the record refers to. As was mentioned before, the contents of these records are afforded great respect when it comes to their authenticity. In fact, arrest records are some of the most important record that people charge with background investigation could ask for.

Dallas County Texas Arrest Records




For ordinary citizens, requesting for arrest records are actually relatively easy because there are a number of local county offices where such records could be located and one of these would be the office of the district clerk. Arrest records could be found within this office because the district clerk assists in the criminal prosecution of offenders, and criminal history is typically taken into consideration when a criminal is sentenced by a court.

To request for arrest records from this source, the searcher should first appear before the district clerk office and follow a certain set of procedure that, while long, is nevertheless quite simple. The procedure is put into effect in order to help secure the records, because while these records are typically considered as public records, the number of people who may have access to the same must, nevertheless, be limited in order to protect the integrity of the same. Once at the district clerk office, the searcher should locate a clerk that is not doing anything and make their request to that clerk. The clerk would then request for information from the searcher regarding the record that the searcher is trying to locate, and using those information, the clerk would attempt to locate record or records that match the search criteria provided for by the searcher. If there are records, the searcher may request for copies of the same once the searcher is sure that the records are the ones that he or she is looking for. If there are no records, the searcher may request for a certification to reflect the same. Either way, the next step would be to pay for the requested documents. The fee is one dollar per page regardless of whether it is a record or a certification.

A faster search for arrest records may be affected through online databases. Providing the same information as government offices despite the fact that most of them are not affiliated with the government, these databases provide their information in a faster and more efficient manner. Online databases also does not require their user to actually be present where the records are kept so users could search from the comforts of their homes. Finally, these databases are connected with other databases which means that users could typically end up with more information than the ones that they had initially requested. An added bonus is the fact that most of these databases do not charge anything for the use of their information.

Dallas County Texas Arrest Records

The procedure to follow when requesting for arrest records at the district clerk is provided below

  • Visit the Office of the District Clerk.
  • Inform a clerk on duty of your request to look for arrest records.
  • The clerk would ask you for some information regarding the records that you wish to find and using that information, the clerk would attempt to find the records you are looking for.
  • If there are records, the clerk would inform you of the same, and you may request for a copy of the record. If there are no records, the clerk would also inform you of the same, and in such a case you may request for a certification to reflect the same.
  • You would then be asked to pay the required fee at the cashier. Note that certified copies have a different fee than ordinary copies.
  • Return to the clerk to claim your copy by presenting the receipt. If you requested for certified copies, the clerk would certify the same before giving you the copies.

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