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Cooke County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Cooke County is positioned in the state of Texas. Cooke County was organized in the year of 1849. A census demonstrated that there were 38,437 people living in the county in 2010. Cooke County comprises the Gainesville, TX Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Dallas–Fort Worth, TX-OK Combined Statistical Area.

The county seat is Gainesville.

The county is named for William Gordon Cooke, a soldier during the Texas Revolution. It is a part of the Texoma region.

Cooke County Arrest Records

Statistics for Cooke County in 2016 show there were 33 total violent crimes and 149 total property crimes. Records for arrests can be obtained at:

Cooke County Sheriff’s Office
300 Co Rd 451
Gainesville, TX, 76240
Phone: (940) 665-3471

Cooke County Criminal Records

In Cooke County, and across Texas, the State Police are required by law to keep an up-to-date registry of all sex-offenders in their jurisdiction. This includes offenders who are working, living, incarcerated, or attending school in the area. Not only are the Police tasked with the upkeep of this list, but it is also made accessible to the people as a basic right. The search tools made available online allow the people of Cooke County to do a search for every sex offender inside of a certain distance of their home.

Cooke County Court Records

The County Courthouse is in charge of all criminal, family, and civil cases in Cooke County. The County Clerk retains all records with respect to these cases in Cooke County. All vital records can be found using one of the following:

Pam Harrison, County Clerk
Cooke County Courthouse
101 South Dixon, Room 108
Gainesville, TX, 76240
Phone: (940) 668-5474

Note - Normal records can ordinarily be directed via mail, email, or fax, but official/certified files can only be directed via mail.

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Cooke County Public Records

The County Clerk protects all files in Cooke County. People's crucial life events are all found within these vital data files. The data files in question can incorporate birth, death, marriage, and divorce records. The details themselves can include, but aren't restricted to birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificates, marriage licenses, and divorce documents. One core registry stores all vital data files.

Residents in Cooke County can request copies of these documents, as they are public details. These contacts may be used to access the records:

Pam Harrison, County Clerk
Cooke County Courthouse
101 South Dixon, Room 108
Gainesville, TX, 76240
Phone: (940) 668-5474

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