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Camp County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

The State of Texas is the home of Camp County. Camp County originated was founded in 1874. A census indicated that Camp County had a total human population of 12,401 in 2010.

Its seat is Pittsburg. The county is named for John Lafayette Camp, a Texas politician.

Camp County Arrest Records

In Camp County, there were 6 violent crimes and 99 property crimes in 2016. Records for arrests can be obtained at:

Camp County Sheriff’s Office
Alan D. McCandless, Sheriff
203 Tapp Street
Pittsburg, TX 74685
Phone: (903) 856-6651
Fax: (903) 856-3681

Camp County Criminal Records

State Police are required to keep an up-to-date registry of all sex-offenders within their jurisdiction across the USA. This not only includes those dwelling in the area, but those working, attending school, or incarcerated within the jurisdiction. This list is also made available to the general public. Citizens can use the tools online to find any nearby offenders.

Camp County Court Records

All criminal, family, and civil cases in Camp County lie inside the jurisdiction of the County Courthouse. All records associated with the cases heard in Camp County are collected and preserved by the District Clerk. These contacts enable you to access these records:

Camp County Courthouse
126 Church Street, Room 204
Pittsburg, TX 75686
Phone: (903) 856-3221
Fax: (903) 856-0560

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Camp County Public Records

County details are all maintained by the County Clerk. These vital records refer to data files referring to state residents’ crucial life events. These milestone life events may include births, deaths, marriages, and divorces, among others. The data files themselves consist of, but aren't limited to birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificates, marriage licenses, and divorce records. All data files are kept in one central registry.

The public have the right to request access to these records. A resident must request access online, or in person at:

Camp County Clerk
126 Church Street, Room 102
Pittsburg, TX 75686
Phone: (903) 856-2731

Note - The office opens between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. CST and an individual commonly has to put the application in writing and present a photocopy of some form of photo ID, for instance a driver’s license or state ID.

An individual must pay $22 for their first birth certificate copy. A resident must pay $20 for the first death certificate replicate. Marriage records cost $20 for the first copy.