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Childress County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Childress County was organized in the year of 1887. In the year of 2010, Childress County had a total population of 7,041.

The county seat is Childress. It is named for George Campbell Childress, the author of the Texas Declaration of Independence.

Childress Arrest Records

In Childress County, there were 10 property crimes in 2016. Records for arrests can be obtained at:

Childress County Sheriff’s Department
Michael Pigg, Sheriff
1005 Avenue F NE
Childress, Texas 79201
Phone: (940) 937-2535
Fax: (940) 937-2395
sheriff@childresstx.us

Childress County Criminal Records

In Childress County, as with any county across America, Police are required to keep an up-to-date registry of all sex-offenders located under their jurisdiction. The registry contains the names of offenders living, attending school, working, and incarcerated in the area. The up-to-date list can be looked at by members of the public. Localized offenders can be found by residents utilizing the search tools online.

Childress County Court Records

In Childress County, the County Courthouse is accountable for all civil, family, and criminal cases. In Childress County, all records referring to these cases are kept by the District and County Clerk. There are a number of ways to obtain these records, via:

Childress County District and County Clerk
100 Avenue East NW
Courthouse, Box 4
Childress, Texas 79201
Phone: (940) 937-6143
Fax: (940) 937-3708

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Childress County Public Records

Vital records in Childress County are preserved by the District and County Clerk. The vital records in question refer to data files about a person's crucial life events. These milestone life events encompass births, deaths, marriages, and divorces, among others. The records themselves include, but aren't limited to birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificates, marriage licenses, and divorce documents. All data files are located in one main registry.

These vital details, like all public records, can be seen by the public. In order to obtain details, a person must inquire online, or purchase copies in person at:

Childress County District and County Clerk
100 Avenue East NW
Courthouse, Box 4
Childress, Texas 79201
Phone: (940) 937-6143
Fax: (940) 937-3708

Note - Office opening hours are between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. CST, and photo ID is essential.

The first birth certificate copy costs $22. Each first death certificate duplicate costs $20. Marriage certificates cost $20 per first copy.