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Anderson County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Anderson County Arrest Records?

Anderson county arrest records are documents with information about the number of arrests made in a county following criminal activity. The details of warrants issued for these arrests and the alleged offenders are also included in arrest records. The county’s law enforcement agencies generate and keep these records, and it serves as a resource when making the crime statistics for the county. The arrest records for Anderson County can be found at the County Sheriff’s Office.

What are Anderson County Crime Statistics?

In 2017, Anderson County had 48 violent crimes, which comprised seven rape cases, four robbery cases, and 37 aggravated and non-aggravated assault cases. Furthermore, the report also indicated 399 property crimes, which included 167 burglary cases, 202 larceny cases, 30 motor vehicle theft cases, and one arson case. However, from the violent crimes disclosed in the 2018 report, a total of 54 violent crimes and 350 property crimes were reported. Comparing the data from 2017 to that of 2018 showed that there was an increase in violent crimes. Also, a decrease in property crime observed.

What are Anderson County Criminal Records?

Anderson County criminal records are official documents with information on the illegal activity done by a person within the county, including arrest information, criminal charges, convictions, and sentences. The Anderson County Clerk’s Office serves as the archive for criminal records in the county and attends to requests for criminal records. In the state of Texas, Crime Records Service Legal Staff grants statutory access to criminal records.

How Do I Get Anderson County Criminal Records?

Requests for Anderson County criminal records are acted upon by the Anderson County Clerk’s Office. Requesting parties are required to provide relevant information such as full name, gender, and birth date to make the process seamless to acquire a criminal record Government-issued photo ID, as well as the payment of copying fee, is required. All Anderson County criminal record application may be made to:

Anderson County Sheriff’s Office
Anderson County Courthouse
500 N. Church St.
Palestine, TX 75801
Phone: (903) 23-7403

Where Can I Find Anderson County Sex Offender Information?

Following the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 62.005, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) established a computerized database to allow public access to Sex Offender Registry. The registry hosts information on sex offenders within the State of Texas and can be downloaded. There is also a subscription service where interested persons can receive email notifications if there is any update in the Sex Offender Registry.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Anderson County Jail?

Inmates in Anderson County Jail are to pick up a visitor registration form where the names of the approved visitors can be included. Upon the filled form’s approval, prospective visitors must show a government-issued ID, be dressed appropriately, and be subjected to a search on entering the county jail. However, invitees below the age of 18 are to be accompanied by parents or a legal guardian. To get the appropriate time for visitations, requesting parties should contact the County Sheriff’s Office at:

Anderson County Sheriff’s Office
1200 East Lacy Street,
Palestine, TX, 75801
Phone: (903) 729-6068

Where and How to Find Anderson County Inmate Information

Anderson County inmate information can be accessed online through the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ). Interested parties must be able to input the last name, TDCJ number, or the State Identification Number (SID) of the inmate on the webpage to have a successful search. Information on the online database is uploaded every 24 hours, excluding weekends.

What are Anderson County Court Records?

Anderson County court records are recorded acts and proceedings of the county court maintained by the Anderson County Clerk’s Office. These records are accessible online or by mail. Mail requestors are required to prepare a written statement indicating the record of interest and the case file number. Requests must be enclosed along with the applicable fees as well as a stamped self-addressed envelope and sent to:

Anderson County Clerk’s Office
Anderson County Courthouse
500 N. Church St.
Palestine, TX 75801
Phone: (903) 723-7403

Location of All Courts in Anderson County

Listed below are the addresses and contact details of all the courthouses in Anderson County:

Anderson County 3rd District Court
Anderson County Courthouse
No. 18
500 N Church St,
Palestine, TX 75801
Phone: (903) 723-7412
Fax: (903) 723-7491

Anderson County 87th District Court
Anderson County Courthouse
No. 18
500 N Church St,
Palestine, TX 75801
Phone: (903) 723-7412
Fax: (903) 723-7491

Anderson County 349th District Court
Anderson County Courthouse
No. 18
500 N Church St,
Palestine, TX 75801
Phone: (903) 723-7412
Fax: (903) 723-7491

Anderson County 369th District Court
Anderson County Courthouse
No. 18
500 N Church St,
Palestine, TX 75801
Phone: (903) 723-7412
Fax: (903) 723-7491

Anderson County Constitutional Court
Anderson County Courthouse
No. 10
500 N Church St,
Palestine, TX 75801
Phone: (903) 723-7402
Fax: (903) 723-4625

Anderson County Court at Law
Anderson County Courthouse
500 N Church St,
Palestine, TX 75801
Phone: (903) 723-7402
Fax: (903) 723-4625

Anderson County Justice of the Peace Precinct 1
P.O. Box 348,
Elkhart, TX 75839
Phone: (903) 764-5661
Fax: (903) 764-0035

Anderson County Justice of the Peace Precinct 2
703, N Mallard St,
Palestine, TX 75801
Phone: (903) 723-7486
Fax: (903) 723-7807

Anderson County Justice of the Peace Precinct 3
Anderson County Courthouse
500 N Church St,
Palestine, TX 75801
Phone: (903) 723-7418
Fax: (903) 723-7802

Anderson County Justice of the Peace Precinct 4
703, N Mallard St,
Palestine, TX 75801
Phone: (903) 723-7419
Fax: (903) 723-7834

Elkhart Municipal Court
P.O. Box 944
Elkhart, TX 75839
Phone: (903) 764-5661

Frankston Municipal Court
240 W Main St, P.O. Box 186
Frankston, TX 75763
Phone: (903) 876-2400
Fax: (903) 876-2534

Palestine Municipal Court
504 N Queen St
Palestine, TX 75801
Phone: (903) 731-8408

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What are Anderson County Vital Records?

Anderson County Vital Records are birth certificates, death certificates, marriage licenses, and divorce certificates, which are records of notable events in a person’s life. Through the County Clerk’s Office, Anderson County maintains and disseminates copies of vital records to interested persons who will also be required to present a valid ID and pay some fees. The eligibility requirements for accessing these records vary on the record being requested.

Where and How to Get Anderson County Divorce Records

Anderson County divorce certificates are issued and kept by the District Clerk’s Office. A written request must be sent to the District Clerk’s office, indicating the case number of the record of interest, the names of the subjects of the record, the approximate date of the divorce, and the full name of the requesting party. All requests for Anderson County divorce records may be made to:

Anderson County District Clerk’s Office
500 N. Church St, Rm. 18,
Palestine, Texas 75801
Phone: (903) 723-7412
Fax: (903) 723-7491

Where and How to Get Anderson County Marriage Records

The Anderson County Clerk’s Office is responsible for the issuance of marriage licenses to interested couples in the County. Specific requirements that must be satisfied before getting a marriage record include proof of identity and age as well as a fee of $82.00 paid in cash. The requesting party can request for marriage records in person or by mail and will also need to provide the names of the participating couple, the date and place of the marriage, a self-addressed and stamped envelope, and all send to:

Anderson County Clerk’s Office
500 N Church St,
Palestine, TX 75801
Phone: (903) 723-7402
Fax: (903) 723-4625

Where and How to Get Anderson County Birth Records

Anderson County birth records can be acquired at the County Clerk’s Office for $23.00 in person or with the help of immediate family members. However, applicants will need to fill the Birth & Death Application form and the Birth Affidavit. Upon the completion of the forms, the interested party will have to mail these items along with a valid ID or driver license and proof of payment to:

Anderson County Courthouse
500 N. Church St.
Palestine, TX 75801

Where and How to Get Anderson County Death Records

Requests for Anderson County death records are processed by the County Clerk’s Office by sending a mail or in person. Applicants will be required to complete the Birth & Death Application and the Death Affidavit, pay a sum of $21.00 for certified copies, and $4.00 for subsequent copies as well as provide a credible photo ID or Driver’s License. Mailed requests can be sent to Anderson County Clerk’s Office located at:

Anderson County Courthouse
500 N. Church St.
Palestine, TX 75801