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Bandera County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Bandera County was created back in the year of 1856. In 2010, Bandera County had a total human population of 20,485, shown by a local census.

Its county seat is Bandera. The county and its seat are named for Bandera Pass, which in turn uses the Spanish word for flag. Bandera County is part of the San Antonio-New Braunfels, TX Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Bandera County Arrest Records

In 2016, there were 246 property crimes and 38 violent crimes in Bandera County. Records for arrests can be obtained at:

Bandera County Jail
Dan Butts, Sheriff
3360 State Hwy. 173 North
P.O. Box 607
Bandera, Texas 78003
Phone: (830) 796-3771
Fax: (830) 796-3561

Bandera County Criminal Records

In Bandera County, and across Texas, the State Police are required by law to build and maintain an up-to-date registry of all sex-offenders in their jurisdiction. The registry contains the names of offenders living, attending school, working, and incarcerated in the area. Members of the community hold the essential right to view the list in question. Residents in Bandera County can find each individual sex offender living in a radius around their home with the search tools offered online.

Bandera County Court Records

In Bandera County, the County Courthouse is answerable for all civil, family, and criminal cases. All case records are accumulated and managed by the Honorable Judge. In order to obtain one of these case files, somebody must ask online, or request copies in person at:

Bandera County Courthouse
Richard Evans, Honorable Judge
500 Main Street
P.O. Box 877
Bandera, TX 78003
Phone: (830) 796-3781
Fax: (830) 796-4210

Note - Mail, email, or fax are the options for standard data files, but anything official or certified must be directed via mail.

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Bandera County Public Records

The County Clerk is answerable for maintaining all files within the county. A person's important life events are all found within these vital documents. The documents in question normally include birth, death, marriage, and divorce records. The life event data files might include birth, death, and marriage certificates, marriage licenses, divorce decrees, divorce data files, and others. All data files are placed in one key registry.

Members of the public may request access to these records, as is their right. A citizen must apply for access online, or in person at:

Bandera County Clerk
403 12th St
P.O. Box 823
Bandera, TX 78003
Phone: (830) 796-3332

Note - Photo ID is necessary from the person requesting, and the office opens between 7:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. CST.

An individual must pay $22 for their first birth certificate replicate. Death certificates cost $20 per first copy. People must pay $20 for their first marriage certificate copy.