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Killeen Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Killeen Public Records?

Killeen public records are non-confidential documents created, maintained, or disseminated by various governmental bodies in the city and often issued at the county and state levels. These records include paper, photographic, digitally/electronically recorded materials and other documents that do not contain confidential information such as:

  • Personnel information
  • Military discharge letters
  • Student records
  • Records subject to an order of nondisclosure
  • Personal information concerning a minor
  • Other potentially injurious data
  • Trade secrets, commercial information, and financial details

Killeen Crime Statistics

According to the crime reports of the Texas Department of Public Safety, the City of Killeen indexed 4,015 crimes in 2019. Property crimes were more frequent and consisted of 124 robberies, 318 auto thefts, 818 burglaries, and 2,296 larceny thefts. Violent crimes were less regular, with 14 murders, 105 rapes, and 340 assaults. However, the city recorded 3,913 crimes in 2018. Property crimes were more frequent and consisted of 146 robberies, 249 auto thefts, 854 burglaries, and 2,233 larceny thefts. Violent crimes were less regular, with seven murders, 117 rapes, and 307 assaults. In comparison, the total crime rates reduced by 2.6% between 2018 and 2019.

Are Killeen Criminal Records Public?

Yes, Killeen criminal records are generally accessible unless under statutory exemptions or restricted by a nondisclosure. The Texas Department of Public Safety (TxDPS) processes and grants public requests to obtain criminal history information. The background checks will provide available information on the arrest, prosecution, and convictions of individuals throughout the state.

How to Obtain Police Reports and Arrest Records

The Killeen Police Department is responsible for maintaining a variety of reports on violations and incidents within its jurisdiction, as well as providing access in accordance with the Texas Public Information Act. Individuals who wish to obtain Killeen arrest records, accident/crash reports, and reports of local incidents may make requests through the Records Unit of the KPD at:

3304 Community Boulevard
Killeen, TX 76542
Phone: (254) 501-8800
Email: kpdrecords@killeentexas.gov

Accident reports are also available online. However, interested persons should note that not all police documents are publicly accessible and may require requesters to present proof of connection to the incident and pay some fees.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Killeen

The Bell County Sheriff’s Office uploads and updates information on sex offenders who are registered in Killeen or other parts of the county on the Texas Public Sex Offender Registry provided by the TxDPS. Members of the public can search the database by map address and registrant's name. Searches can also be filtered to reveal offenders located close to an institution of higher education. Search results will reveal a listing of possible matches, and clicking on an offender's name will direct the user to the full rap sheet, including available information on:

  • Biodata details (full names, sex, race, ethnicity, birth date, etc.)
  • SID
  • Risk level
  • Verification requirement
  • Physical description (height, weight, hair color, eye color, etc.)
  • Offense description (a charge, disposition, etc.)

Individuals may also use the subscription service to register for offender alerts or download the registry on the Public Sex Offender Registry.

How to Find Killeen Inmate Records

Individuals interested in obtaining information on individuals detained in the Killeen City Jail should visit the Killeen Police Department at 3304 Community Boulevard, Killeen, or call (254) 501-8800. At the county level, the Bell County Sheriff’s Office maintains the records of individuals incarcerated, and interested persons may contact the Sheriff’s Office or facilities at:

The Bell County Sheriff's Department:
104 South Main Street
Belton, TX 76513
Phone: (254) 933-5400 (Jail Information)
Phone: (254) 933-5420 (Records)

Bell County Central Jail:
111 W. Central Avenue,
Belton, TX 76513
Bell County Loop Jail:
2405 South Loop 121
Belton, TX 76513

However, access to inmate records in Killeen is not guaranteed. Excluding information of inmates with death sentences and documents required for law enforcement, trial, corrections, or treatment purposes, Killeen inmate records may be publicly unavailable or disclosed at the discretion of the custodian.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Killeen City Jail?

Interested persons who wish to visit detainees in the Killeen City Jail may contact the Killeen Police Department at 3304 Community Boulevard, Killeen, or call (254) 501-8800. However, to visit individuals incarcerated in the county jail may schedule onsite or remote video visits online. For additional information, contact the Sheriff’s Office at (254) 933-5400 or visit 104 South Main Street, Belton.

Court Records

Killeen court records are documentary materials of any format that contain information relating to the hearings, trials, sworn statements, court orders, and other administrative actions that happen in a court within the city’s jurisdiction. Examples of these records include audio tapings, written transcripts, docket sheets, and other filed information.

Locations of Courts in Killeen

Bell County Justice of the Peace Precinct 4 - Place 1
Bell County Killeen Annex
301 Priest Drive,
Killeen, TX 76541
Phone: (254) 634-5882
Fax: (254) 634-3326
Email: JP4PL1@bellcounty.texas.gov

Bell County Justice of the Peace Precinct 4 - Place 2
Bell County Killeen Annex
301 Priest Drive,
P.O. Box 517
Killeen, TX 76540
Phone: (254) -634-7612
Fax: (254) 634-3875
Email: JP4PL2@bellcounty.texas.gov

Killeen Municipal Court
200 East Avenue Drive,
Suite 1,
Killeen, TX 76541
Phone: (254) 501-7850

Are Killeen Court Records Public?

According to the Texas Public Information Act, Killeen court records are publicly available unless otherwise restricted by law. In most cases, information that is deemed to be of public interest is available, while restricted records include documents under statutory limitations and other materials that may jeopardize ongoing prosecution, personal health, and public safety.

Can You Look Up a Killeen Court Case Online?

Not all Killeen court case information is available online. However, individuals may obtain Municipal Court Dockets, statewide filings, and other court-related information through the court website, libraries, or third-party sites.

How to Obtain Killeen Civil Court Case Records

Individuals can obtain copies of Killeen civil court cases by making queries in person, via mail, or email to the specific court where the proceedings took place. Interested persons should provide the clerk of the court with case information such as names of parties, filing date, case number, and so on. The clerk may also require requesters to pay fees to search or duplicate the document.

How to Obtain Killeen Criminal Court Records

Individuals can obtain copies of Killeen criminal court cases by making queries in person, via mail, or email to the specific court where the proceedings took place. Interested persons should provide the clerk of the court with case information such as names of parties, filing date, case number, and so on. The clerk may also require requesters to pay fees to search or duplicate the document.

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

What are Killeen Vital Records?

Killeen vital records are certified or uncertified documents that provide information on the births, marriages, adoptions, divorces, deaths, and other significant life events that happened to individuals under the city's jurisdiction. Individuals may require these records for informational purposes, to prove that events happen, or for official reasons like a name change, settlement of inheritances, VISA, etcetera. Killeen vital records are available at different departments in the state, county, or city.

Where and How to Obtain Killeen Divorce Records

Killeen divorce records are available at the Bell County District Clerk Office. Obtain copies in person on the first floor of the Bell County Justice Complex at 1201 Huey Road, Belton, or make requests via mail by sending completed application forms and fees to:

Joanna Staton
Bell County District Clerk
Attn: Copy Clerk
P.O. Box 909
Belton, TX 76513

The clerk charges 50 cents per regular copy, $1 per certified copy, and $5 per name search if the case number is unknown. Mailed payments are acceptable as cashier’s check or money order, while over-the-counter payments may be with cash or credit cards.

Furthermore, the Vital Statistics Office of the Department of State Health Service (DSHS) provides general divorce information or verification letters to individuals via the public index of divorces or online requests, respectively. Online requests cost $20.

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Killeen

Confidential Killeen marriage records are available at the Bell County Clerk's Office. Either one of the married couple, parents, and other authorized persons may obtain certified copies of the marriage license by making requests in person, via mail, email, or fax. Provide necessary descriptions in the request form and send with $3 per requested copy to:

In-person:

Bell County Clerk's Office
Justice Courts Complex
1201 Huey Road
Belton, TX 76513

Mail:

Bell County Clerk's Office
Attn: Vital Records
P.O. Box 480
Belton, TX 76513
Fax: (254) 933-6072 or (254) 933-5176
Email: Vitals@bellcounty.texas.gov

Payments are accepted with credit/debit cards, cashier's check or money order made payable to the Bell County Clerk. Call (254) 933-5165 for more information.

Where and How to Get Public Killeen Marriage Records

Public Killeen marriage certificates are available at the Bell County Clerk's Office. Interested persons may obtain copies of the document by making requests in person, via mail, email, or fax. Provide necessary marriage description in the request form and send with $3 per requested copy to:

In-person:

Bell County Clerk's Office
Justice Courts Complex
1201 Huey Road
Belton, TX 76513

Mail:

Bell County Clerk's Office
Attn: Vital Records
P.O. Box 480
Belton, TX 76513
Fax: (254) 933-6072 or (254) 933-5176
Email: Vitals@bellcounty.texas.gov

Payments are accepted with cash (in-person only), credit/debit cards, cashier’s check, or money order made payable to the Bell County Clerk. Call (254) 933-5165 for more information. Furthermore, the Vital Statistics Office of the Department of State Health Service (DSHS) provides general marriage information or verification letters to individuals via the public index of marriages or online requests, respectively. Online requests cost $20.

Where and How to Find Killeen Birth Records

Killeen birth records are available at the Bell County Clerk's Office. Unless the birth happened more than 75 years ago, only applicable persons like the registrant, immediate family members, and persons with a court order may obtain copies of the document. Make requests in person at the Justice Courts Complex, 1201 Huey Road at Belton, or mail request forms and $23 per copy to:

Bell County Clerk's Office
Justice Courts Complex
1201 Huey Road
Belton, TX 76513

Payments are accepted with credit/debit cards, cashier's check or money order made payable to the Bell County Clerk. Furthermore, the Vital Statistics Office of the Department of State Health Service (DSHS) provides verification letters and copies of Killeen birth certificates to individuals following online requests or sending completed application forms to:

Texas Vital Records
Department of State Health Services
P.O. Box 12040
Austin, TX 78711-2040

Verification letters and copies of certificates cost $22.

Where and How to Find Killeen Death Records

Killeen death records are available at the Bell County Clerk's Office. Unless the death happened more than 25 years ago, only applicable persons like the deceased’s spouse, immediate family members, and persons with a court order can obtain copies of the document. Make requests in person at the Justice Courts Complex, 1201 Huey Road at Belton, or mail request forms and fees to:

Bell County Clerk's Office
Justice Courts Complex
1201 Huey Road
Belton, TX 76513

The clerk charges $21 for the search and first copy with an extra $4 per additional copy. Payments are accepted with credit/debit cards, cashier's check or money order made payable to the Bell County Clerk. Furthermore, the Vital Statistics Office of the Department of State Health Service (DSHS) provides verification letters and copies of Killeen death certificates to individuals following online requests or sending completed application forms to:

Texas Vital Records
Department of State Health Services
P.O. Box 12040
Austin, TX 78711-2040

Verification letters and copies of certificates cost $20 for the first copy and $3 for an additional copy of death certificates within the same request.