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Mansfield Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Mansfield Public Records?

Under the Texas Public Information Act, public records can be any information created, stored, and maintained by any government entity as they perform official business. Public records in the custody of these agencies can be in various forms, including written and typed documents, audio, video, pictures, and computer files. Some records are labeled confidential or are sealed and exempted from public view. These records include:

  • Dates of birth of living persons
  • Driver’s license numbers
  • Records under attorney-client privilege
  • Insurance policy numbers
  • Juvenile offender records
  • Child abuse investigations
  • Peace/law enforcement officer’s home address
  • Details of competitive bidding before a government contract is issued.

In addition to government agencies, public city records may also be accessible from third-party websites. Record seekers may use these non-governmental platforms to search for a specific document or multiple city records. However, users will need to provide enough information to assist with the search, such as:

  • The address of the requestor
  • A case number or file number (if known)
  • The location of the document or person involved
  • The name of the subject involved in the record (not juvenile)
  • The last known or current address of the registrant

Government agencies do not sponsor third-party sites. Because of this, record availability and results may vary.

Mansfield Crime Statistics

The Mansfield City Police Department collects the crime statistics for the city and submits them to the FBI for the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) database. This database contains yearly nationwide crime statistics and is a helpful tool for law enforcement. According to the UCR data for 2018 and 2019, the city had a single case of murder in 2019 compared to none the previous year. Burglary and larceny also showed increases by 6.5% and 1.4%, respectively. In contrast, rape, robbery, and vehicle theft decreased 22.6%, 13.3%, and 6.1%, respectively. Overall violent crime in the city was also observed to have decreased by 10.9% in 2019.

Are Mansfield’s Criminal Records Public?

Criminal records for Mansfield are public records except for cases where the record has been sealed or made confidential by court or statute. Criminal records histories can be obtained by contacting the criminal records division of the Texas Department of Public Safety. They offer an online name-based check on the Criminal Records Public Site or a more accurate fingerprint-based check. Fingerprint checks can be made by submitting a fingerprint card from the local law enforcement office or visiting any DPS FAST location and getting fingerprinted electronically.

A local criminal history search restricted to the county and focusing on class A and B misdemeanors can be obtained from the Tarrant County Clerk. The checks cost $5 and can be obtained by calling (817) 884-2820 or visiting:

Tim Curry Justice Center
2nd Floor
401 W. Belknap St.,
Fort Worth, TX

How to Obtain Police Reports and Arrest Records

Eligible parties can obtain Mansfield police reports and arrest records by submitting a written request to the Mansfield City Secretary. The request may be submitted in person, online, or by faxing the request to (817) 473-2925. Requests will usually take ten days to be processed, and copies of the records cost $0.10 per page.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Mansfield

Interested parties can obtain Mansfield City Sex offender information online from the Mansfield Police Department website. The City of Mansfield operates a sex offender database for all registered sex offenders within the city limits. The sex offender listing provides a complete list of offenders and a search tool for particular individuals. Information such as name, race, sex, and pictures are available in the database.

How to Find Mansfield Inmate Records

Information on inmates from Mansfield City Jail can be obtained from the jail section of the Mansfield Police Department website. The police department provides a current inmate list that shows the information on every inmate currently detained at the city jail. This includes pictures, name, race, age, primary charges, and arrest dates. Residents can also make inquiries by calling the jail directly at (817) 804-5731

How Do I Visit Inmates in Mansfield City Jail?

Mansfield City Jail is the detention facility for Mansfield operated by the Mansfield Police Department. It also serves two other cities and several other police departments. It offers non-contact visits at the jail and video visitation using the booths in the jail lobby. Each inmate is entitled to one 15-minute non-contact visit per calendar date while in detention. Non-contact and video visits are allowed twenty fours hours a day, every day of the week. Visitors must dress appropriately and show a valid government photo identification when they come to the jail for visits. Visitors with any inquiries may call the jail at (817) 804-5724.

Court Records

The Tarrant County Clerk’s Office and the Country District Clerk are responsible for keeping and providing access to Mansfield City court records. Criminal and civil court records can be obtained by contacting any of the clerks, although felony criminal records can only be obtained from the district clerk. The court records can also be viewed online on the Tarrant County website.

Locations of Courts in Mansfield

The names and locations of the courts in Mansfield are listed below:

Tarrant County Justice of the Peace Precinct 7
Mansfield Sub-Courthouse
1100 E Broad St, #202,
Mansfield, TX 76063
Phone: (817) 473-5101

Mansfield Municipal Court
Public Safety Building
1305 E Broad St,
Mansfield, TX 76063
Phone: (817) 276-4716
Fax: (817) 276-4715

Are Mansfield Court Records Public?

Under the Texas Public Information Act, court records in Mansfield are considered open to the public. City residents and non-residents have a right to request, view, and copy court records and court case information in most cases. Cases are only barred from the public when sealed or made confidential by a court or a statute. Case information that would be exempt from public view includes certain law enforcement information, juvenile cases, and child custody cases.

Can You Look Up a Mansfield Court Case Online?

Mansfield City court records can be accessed online using the Tarrant County Court Records search portal. The online search portal allows users to search for court records from all the court locations within the county.

How to Obtain Mansfield Civil Court Case Records

Mansfield City Civil Court records can be obtained from the Tarrant County County Clerk’s Office. To obtain these records, the requester is required to call the clerk's office at (817) 884-1069. After making the request via telephone, the requester will be given details about the records and any fees that are required. After receiving information about the record, the requester must pay for the records online at the Tarrant County Online Payment Portal. To pay, the requester selects the court from the drop menu and then the number of pages, the form records, and other details. After paying online, the requester must call the clerk's office again to confirm the order. Requesters can also search civil and Probate records online at the Tarrant County Public Access Portal. The records cost $1 per page, and any certification of the document will cost an additional $5.

Residents can also obtain civil records by contacting the District Clerk of Tarrant County. Interested parties can obtain the documents either by coming in person or mailing a request to the clerk's office at:

Tom Vandergriff Civil Courts Building
Attn: Civil Court Records
100 N. Calhoun, Second Floor
Fort Worth, TX 76196
Phone: (817) 884-1240

How to Obtain Mansfield Criminal Court Records

Criminal Records for Mansfield can be obtained from either the Tarrant County Clerk or the District Court Clerk. Records for misdemeanors are obtained from the county clerk while the district clerk handles records for felony crimes. To obtain records for Class A and B misdemeanors, the requester will need to call (817) 884-2820. The clerk at the office will provide details on how to request the records. Felony cases are obtained by coming in person or mailing the request to the criminal section at:

(Attn: Criminal Section)
401 W. Belknap Street,
Fort Worth, TX 76196

For a record to be ordered, the requester will need to provide a case number. Certified copies of criminal records cost $1 per page, while uncertified copies cost $0.50 per page. Uncertified copies will be returned via email so requesters are required to provide one. Certified copies, however, are returned by mail. The department requires that requesters include a self-addressed and stamped envelope with the initial request which will be used to return certified copies.

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What are Mansfield Vital Records?

Mansfield City Vital records are the records that have documented all the life/vital events that have taken place within the city. These are the records of any births, deaths, marriages, and divorces that occurred in the city. These records are created and maintained by their respective custodians at the civil courts and the Tarrant County Clerk. Marriage and divorce records are public records, while birth and death records only become public after a period.

Where and How to Obtain Mansfield Divorce Records

Mansfield divorce records are created and maintained by the Family Law Division of the District Clerk of Tarrant County. Divorce records can be ordered in person or by mailing the request to:

Attn: Family Court Records
Family Law Center
200 E. Weatherford, Third Floor
Fort Worth, TX 76196
(817) 884-1265

To request a divorce record, the requester will need to provide the case number of the divorce. If the case number cannot be supplied an extra $5 research fee will be charged for locating the record. Uncertified copies of the record are usually sent to the requester via email so requesters will be required to provide a valid email address. Mailed requests will need to include a self-addressed and stamped envelope for the return of the record. Uncertified copies of the divorce records cost $0.50 per page, while certified copies cost $1 per page.

Where and How to Get Marriage Records in Mansfield

Certified copies of Mansfield Marriage licenses can be obtained in person or by mail from the Tarrant County Clerk. The marriage records can be obtained in person at any of the Tarrant County Clerk locations. Mailed requests can be sent to the Tarrant County Clerk at:

Tarrant County Clerk
200 Taylor St., Ste. 301
Fort Worth, TX 76196

Requesters will need to provide the full names of the couple as they appear on the marriage record and the date of the marriage. Mailed requests should also include a self-addressed and stamped envelope for delivering the records. The fee for marriage records is $21 for the first copy and $10 for each extra copy purchased at the same time. The fee can be paid with a check or money order made payable to the Tarrant County Clerk. As per the Texas administrative code, a $20 search and verification fee will be retained even if no record is found. Requesters are advised to consult the Tarrant County Marriage License Index or the Texas State index before making a record request.

Where and How to Find Mansfield Birth Records

Mansfield birth certificates can be obtained from the Tarrant County County Clerk's Office. Birth records are confidential for 75 years after the birth and until then will only be issued to the immediate family. Birth records can also be issued to legal representatives or government organizations who can prove a direct and tangible need for it. Requesters are required to provide a valid government photo identification to request a certified copy of a birth certificate.

Obtaining Copies of Mansfield Birth Certificates

Only requests for births in Tarrant County will receive long-form certified copies. Requests for births in other Texas counties will receive short-form abstract copies. Birth records can be obtained by the following individuals:

  • The registrant
  • Either of the parents
  • Grandparents
  • Siblings
  • Children of the registrant
  • Legal representative and legal guardian of the registrant
  • Organizations and government agencies with a direct and tangible need for the record

The record can be obtained in person, by mail, or online. In-person requests involve coming to any of the Tarrant County vital records locations and filling the birth section of the vital record application form. The requester will need to show a government-issued photo identification during their application. Mailed requesters will need to mail the completed form, the attached statement, which must be notarized, and a copy of their photo identification to:

Tarrant County Clerk
Vital Records Department
200 Taylor Street, Suite 301
Fort Worth, TX 76196

Mailed requests must also include a self-addressed and stamped envelope for the delivery of the records. The cost of the birth records is $23 per copy, and all copies are certified. A $22 non-refundable search fee will be charged if no record can be found. The fee can be paid in a check or money order made payable to the Tarrant County Clerk.

Where and How to Find Mansfield Death Records

Death records are maintained and issued by the Tarrant County Clerk. Death records only become public records 25 years after death. Until that time has passed, they will only be issued to the following authorized individuals:

  • Parents of the deceased
  • Grandparents
  • Siblings
  • Children of the deceased
  • Legal representative or legal guardians of the deceased
  • Organizations and government agencies that can prove a direct and tangible need for the record

The county clerk’s office can only issue certified death certificates after the funeral home responsible has filed the record with the county clerk. Death records for Mansfield can be obtained in person, by mail, or online. To obtain the death record in person, the requester must come into any of the Tarrant County vital record locations. At the chosen location, the request must fill the death section of the vital record application and submit it with the appropriate fees. The requester must also show valid government-issued photo identification such as a passport or a driver's license.

To make a request by mail, the requester must mail the complete form, a copy of their government photo identification, and the fees to:

Tarrant County Clerk
Vital Records Department
200 Taylor Street, Suite 301
Fort Worth, TX 76196

The mailed request must also include a self-addressed and stamped envelope for the return of the record. The death records are all certified and cost $21 for the first copy and $4 for each additional copy ordered at the same time. If the record cannot be found, a $20 search fee will still be charged. Payment can be made by money order or check made payable to the Tarrant County Clerk’s Office.