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Archer County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

The state of Texas is the home of numerous counties, including our focus today, Archer County. In the year of 1858, Archer County was made, and was later organized in 1880. Archer County had a population of 9,054 in 2010.

Its county seat is Archer City. It is named for Branch Tanner Archer, a commissioner for the Republic of Texas. Archer County is part of the Wichita Falls, TX Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Archer County Arrest Records

In the county in question, there were 43 property crimes and 11 violent crimes in the year of 2016. Records for arrests can be obtained at:

Archer County Sheriff’s Department
Staci Williams Beesinger, Sheriff
100 S. Sycamore Street
P.O. Box 517
Archer City, TX 76351
Phone: (940) 574-2571
Fax: (940) 574-2573

Archer County Criminal Records

The State Police are required to maintain an up-to-date registry of sex-offenders in their jurisdiction across America. Any offender living, working, attending school, or incarcerated in the area will be in the registry. The up-to-date list can be looked at by members of the public. Close by offenders can be searched by citizens by utilizing the search tools online.

Archer County Court Records

In Archer County, all criminal, family, and civil cases lie beneath the jurisdiction of the County Courthouse. All records associated with the cases heard in Archer County are received and maintained by the Courthouse. In order to find one of these case files, people must enquire online, or obtain copies in person at:

Archer County Courthouse
100 S. Center Street
P.O. Box 427
Archer City, TX 76351
Phone: (940) 574-4302
Fax: (940) 574-2876

Note - Typical data files can generally be directed via mail, email, or fax, but official/certified files can only be sent via mail.

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Archer County Public Records

All Archer County details are managed by the County Clerk. The vital details in question relate to residents' important life events. The vital data files in question can refer to someone's marriage, divorce, birth, death, plus more. The life event documents normally include birth, death, and marriage certificates, marriage licenses, divorce decrees, divorce data files, and more. One main registry houses all vital records.

Residents in Archer County can obtain copies of these data files, as they are public documents. These details can be requested from:

Archer County Clerk
Archer City, TX 76351
P.O. Box 427
Phone: (940) 574-4302

Note - The office opens between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. CST and a person frequently has to put the request in writing and give a photocopy of some form of photo ID, for instance a driver’s license or state ID.

Someone must pay $22 for their first birth certificate duplicate. Death certificates cost an initial $20. Every first marriage certificate replicate costs $20.