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Irving Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Irving Public Records?

The Texas Government Code Chapter 522 describes Irving public records as all digital or physical generated by government officials. Per the Texas Freedom of Information Act, Irving public records may exist as paper documents, audiotapes, statistical tables and graphs, photographs, and documents in electronic formats, such as SMS and emails. Requesters should note that not all public records in Irving City are accessible to the public. The Freedom of Information Act restricts any record that fall in the following categories:

  • Confidential information;
  • Confidentiality of certain personnel information;
  • Information about student records;
  • Information related to competition or bidding;
  • Information related to the location or price of the property for public purpose prior to the public announcement of the project or the formal award of the contract;
  • Certain legislative documents, such as a draft or working paper about proposed legislation or an internal bill analysis or working paper for the purpose of evaluating proposed legislation;
  • Information relating to the confidentiality of sensitive crime scene image;
  • Birth and death records;
  • Certain legal matters, such as where a court prohibits the public disclosure of certain information;
  • Information that the disclosure will infringe the privacy of a person;
  • Litigation or settlement negotiations involving the state or a political subdivision;
  • Records or documents exempted from public disclosure by law

Irving City Crime Statistics

Irving City Police Department generates records of all arrest events within the city. The department also collates and publishes a yearly report of index crime rates and statistics in Irving. Per Irving City’s 2019 crime report, the city recorded a total of 6,599 index crimes, including 617 violent crimes and 5,982 property crimes. The violent crimes cover five murders, 56 rapes, 294 robberies, and 262 aggravated assaults. In contrast, property crimes include 719 burglaries, 4,552 larceny-thefts, 711 motor vehicle thefts, and 16 arson.

Compared with the 2016 report, the overall crime rates in Longview City fell slightly by five percent. The difference in violent crimes is as follows: murder (0%), rapes (51%), robberies (38%), and aggravated assaults (-1.5%). In contrast, the differences in the listed property crimes are: burglaries (-39%), larceny-thefts (-2.6%), motor vehicle thefts (12%), and arson (-30%).

Are Irving City Criminal Records Public?

Residents and non-residents of Irving City can access non-confidential criminal records, according to the Chapter 55 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure. However, criminal records subject to an order of disclosure are restricted from the general public. Only the record subjects and authorized agencies can obtain copies of restricted Irving criminal records. Under the Family Code Section 58.253s, criminal records containing juvenile crimes are also restricted from public view.

The Irving City Police Department, via the Records Division, maintains all criminal records generated within the city. Record seekers can access criminal records by visiting the Irving Police Department at the address below.

City of Irving
825 West Irving Boulevard
Irving, TX 75060
Phone: (972) 721-2600

Similarly, the Texas Department of Public Safety (TxDPS), via Computerized Criminal History System (CCH), maintains an online database of all criminal records in Irving City.

Record seekers can access Irving criminal records by signing into the platform or creating a new account on the CCH platform. Requesters can only obtain search results after paying with search credits on the CCH platform. The CCH system enables requesters to purchase search credits either by credit card or mailed checks.

It cost $3 to purchase search credits on the CCH and an additional fee depending on the payment method. Search credit purchased via credit card attracts a charge of $0.07 as a convenience fee. Applicants can immediately use search credits purchased via credit card.

On the other hand, requesters can only use search credits purchased via mailed checks once the TxDPS receives the payment. Furthermore, requesters must provide the record subject's first and last name, maiden or middle name (optional), and the full birth date (if known) to obtain criminal records on the CCH.

How to Obtain Irving Police Reports and Arrest Records

Irving arrest records and police reports are accessible to the public via in-person and mail-in requests. The Irving City Police Department’s Record Section is the custodian of all police reports and arrest records within the city. Interested persons may access police reports and arrest records in-person at the address below.City of Irving

825 West Irving Boulevard
Irving, TX 75060
Phone: (972) 721-2600

For mail-in queries, requesters should download the open request form or submit a written request to the address below.

Irving Police Department
Records Department
305 North O'Connor Road
Irving, TX 75061
Phone: (972) 721-2437
Fax: (972) 721-3635
IPDRecordReq@cityofirving.org.

Similarly, Dallas County maintains an online repository of Irving police reports and arrest records. To obtain Irving arrest records via the online platform, requesters must input the DPD incident number and arrest date. Conversely, requesters can get copies of Irving County police reports by filling out the DPD incident number, type of offense, location of the offense, and the requester’s name.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Irving

The TxDPS, via an online datbase, maintains records of all sex offenders in Irving City. members of the public can use the TxDPS’s online database to search for sex offenders via the following information - the offender’s first and last name and the educational institute.

Furthermore, there is an advanced search option on the online database where requesters can find sex offenders using the street address, city, county, and zip code. A digital copy of all the listed sex offenders in Irving is also available on the online database.

How to Find Irving Inmate Records

Irving City Police Department collates all Irving inmate records on an online document. The online document features inmates’ data, such as full name, gender, address, age, birth date, booking number, and booking date/time.

As an alternative option, the Dallas County Jail Lookup System maintains records of all inmates incarcerated in the county’s correctional centers. Interested parties must fill out the inmate’s full name, birth date, booking number, sex, and case number to obtain Irving inmate records.

How Do I Visit Inmates in Irving Jail?

Inmates at the Irving City Jail can receive visitors. The Irving City Jail provides only in-person visitation options. Family and friends can visit inmates in Irving City Jail at the address provided below.

305 North O'Connor Road
Criminal Justice Center
Irving, TX 75061
Phone: (972) 721-2625
Phone: (972) 721-3608

The visitation schedule at the Irving City Jail is as follows:

  • Tuesday / Thursday - 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
  • Sunday - 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Visitors to the Irving City Jail must adhere to the following visitation rules:

  • A maximum of visitors is allowed during the visitation period, and each visit is limited to 10 minutes.
  • Visitors must be above the legal age, and appropriately dressed.
  • Visitors must present a valid picture I.D to enter the jail facility.

Irving Court Records

Irving City and Dallas County’s court system consists of District, Criminal District, Constitutional County, Statutory Probate, Justice, Municipal, and County Courts at Law. The Dallas County Clerk and Irving City Clerk of Courts maintain and provide access to the city's court records.

Location of All Courts in Irving City

Irving County court’s locations are listed below.

Dallas County 14th District Court - Civil
George L. Allen, Sr. Courts Building
7th Floor West
600 Commerce Street
Box 540, Dallas, TX 75202
Phone: (214) 653-7337

Dallas County 194th District Court - Criminal
Frank Crowley Courts Building - 7th Floor
133 North Riverfront Boulevard
Lock Box 26, Dallas, TX 75207
Phone: (214) 653-5800

Dallas County 256th District Court - Family
George L. Allen, Sr. Courts Building
New Tower - 4th Floor
600 Commerce Street
Dallas, TX 75202
Phone: (214) 653-6449

Dallas County Criminal Court No. 1
Frank Crowley Courts Building - 3rd Floor
133 North Riverfront Boulevard
Dallas, TX 75207
Phone: (214) 653-5600

Dallas County Constitutional Court
Renaissance Tower
1201 Elm Street
Dallas, TX 75270
Phone: (214) 653-7099
Fax: (214) 653-7176

Dallas County Probate Court No. 1
Renaissance Tower
1201 Elm Street
#2400-A, Dallas, TX 75270
Phone: (214) 653-7236

Dallas County Court at Law No. 3
George L. Allen, Sr. Courts Building
New Tower - 5th Floor
600 Commerce Street
Dallas, TX 75202
Phone: (214) 653-7595

Dallas County Justice of the Peace Precinct 4 - Place 2
841 West Irving Boulevard
Irving, TX 75060
Phone: (214) 589-7000
Fax: (214) 589-7048

Irving Municipal Court
305 North O'Connor Road
P.O. Box 152288
Irving, TX 75015
Phone: (972) 721-2451
Fax: (972) 721-2383

Are Irving Court Records Public?

Under the Texas Freedom of Information Act, Irving court records are accessible to the public. At the county level, the Clerk of the Dallas County Court is the custodian of all court records generated in Irving City. Whereas the Irving Municipal Court and the Criminal Justice Center maintain records of all court records at the city level.

Can You Look Up a Irving Court Records Online

Online copies of Irving court records are accessible to the general public via the Irving Municipal Court’s online court docket search. Interested parties can access these records by filling out the court record’s citation number and court date. Similarly, the Dallas County District Courts maintain an online repository of all court records generated within Irving City.

How to Obtain Irving Civil Court Case Records

The Irving Municipal Court maintains records of all civil court case records generated within the city. Interested parties can access these court documents by contacting the Irving Municipal Court at the location provided below.

Irving Municipal Court
P.O. Box 152288
Irving, TX 75015-2288
Phone: (972) 721-2451
Fax: (972) 721-2383

Similarly, online copies of Irving civil court case records are available to interested persons via an online database maintained by the Dallas County Felony & Misdemeanor Courts. Through the online database, record seekers can obtain Irving civil court case records by inputting the court case number.

How to Obtain Irving Criminal Court Case Records

Criminal records created in Irving City are accessible to requesters at the city and county level. The Irving Criminal Justice Center serves as the repository of all criminal court case records within the city. Record seekers can obtain copies of Irving criminal court case records in-person by contacting the:

Irving Criminal Justice Center
305 North O'Connor Road
Irving, TX 75061

Online copies of Irving criminal court case records are obtainable via the Dallas County Felony & Misdemeanor Court’s online platform. Through the online platform, requesters may access Irving criminal court case records by inputting record subjects’ full names, case number, and case type.

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

What are Irving Vital Records?

Irving County vital records consist of official documentation of all reported life events, such as death, marriage, birth, and divorce events. Government bodies, at the local and state level, provide access to Irving City vital records. Also, government agencies, which serve as custodians of vital records, issue copies of confidential vital records to applicants with a legitimate interest in the records. At the county level, the Dallas County District Clerk’s Office issues copies of vital records to applicants. On the other hand, the Texas Department of State Health Services (TxDSHS) is responsible for maintaining and providing access to vital records at the state level.

Where and How to Obtain Irving Divorce Records

The Dallas County’s District Clerk’s Office is the primary custodian of all divorce decrees generated in Irving City. It enables requesters to access Irving divorce decrees via in-person requests or mail-in orders. Requesters may obtain Irving divorce decree in-person by visiting the County District Clerk’s Office at:

Dallas County District Clerk
600 Commerce Street
Basement “B” Floor West
Dallas, TX 75202

As an alternative option, requesters may obtain Irving divorce records by sending a request form to the address below.

Dallas County District Clerk
600 Commerce Street
Basement “B” Floor West
Dallas, TX 75202

Similarly, the Texas Department of State Health Services (TxDSHS) provides access to divorce records from 1968 till the present date. Divorce records at the TxDSHS are obtainable via an online platform, in-person requests, and mail-in orders. Requesters may obtain Irving divorce records in-person by presenting a completed request form and proof of identification at the:

Texas Department of State Health Services
Central Campus Map
1100 West 49th Street
Austin, TX
Phone: (512) 776-7111
Phone: (888) 963-7111

To obtain divorce verification records via mail queries, requesters must complete the divorce verification application, attach a money order for the search fee, and send it to the TxDSHS at:

For regular processing:
Texas Vital Statistics
Department of State Health Services
P.O. Box 12040
Austin, TX 78711-2040

Applicants can access Irving divorce verification records online via the TxDSHS online application portal. Visit the online platform, and select “divorce verification letter” to access the document.

Where and How to Get Irving Marriage Records

The Office of the Dallas County Clerk maintains records of all marriage events in Irving City. Copies of marriage licenses are available to city residents and non-residents via in-person or mail-in requests. Record seekers may contact the Dallas County Clerk’s Office in-person to obtain copies of Irving marriage licenses. The County Clerk’s Office is located at:

Dallas County District Clerk
600 Commerce Street
Basement “B” Floor West
Dallas, TX 75202

In contrast, requesters may obtain copies of Irving marriage licenses by sending a completed request form alongside a $10 money order to the County Clerk’s Office at:

Dallas County District Clerk
600 Commerce Street
Basement “B” Floor West
Dallas, TX 75202

Similarly, Irving City residents and non-residents can obtain copies of marriage records from the TxDSHS. To obtain marriage verification records via the online request portal, applicants must visit the TxDSHS online platform and select the “marriage verification” option.

To obtain records by mail, requesters must send the completed form alongside the specified search fee to the address below.

Texas Department of State Health Servicescan
Central Campus Map
1100 West 49th Street
Austin, TX
Phone: (512) 776-7111
Phone: (888) 963-7111

Applicants must show up in-person at the TxDSHS Office in-person to obtain copies of marriage verification records. Applicants must provide a completed request form when ordering for marriage records. The TxDSHS is located at:

Texas Department of State Health Services
Central Campus Map
1100 West 49th Street
Austin, TX
Phone: (512) 776-7111
Phone: (888) 963-7111

Where and How to Get Irving Birth Records

The Dallas County Clerk provides access to both short-form and long-form birth records documented in Irving City. Only eligible persons can request and obtain copies of Irving birth records from the County Clerk’s Office. When requesting for Irving birth records, requesters should note that short-form birth records contain limited information on the record subject. In contrast, long-form birth records contain full information about the record subject, and it is the actual copy of an original birth certificate. Both forms of Irving birth records are obtainable via in-person or mail-in orders.

To request birth records in-person, requesters must present a completed birth record request form to the County Clerk’s Office at the:

Dallas County District Clerk
600 Commerce Street
Basement “B” Floor West
Dallas, TX 75202

In addition to this, requesters must provide a valid government-issued I.D at the County Clerk’s Office to obtain Irving birth records.

On the other hand, record seekers may get copies of Irving birth records via mail-in orders. First, requesters must download and print out the birth record application form. Once completed, they should send the completed form alongside a $23 money order or check to the mailing address provided below.

Dallas County Clerk’s Office
Attn.: Vital Statistics
Renaissance Tower
1201 Elm Street
Suite. 2100A
Dallas, TX 75270

Likewise, the TxDSHS maintains records of all birth events in Irving City. Record seekers can access birth records from the TxDSHS’s Office via in-person requests and mail-in orders.

Requesters can access birth certificates via mail or in-person requests by completing the request form. Once the form is completed, requesters must send the request form, a copy of a valid ID, and a money order or check payable to the “Texas Department of State Health Services” to:

For regular processing:
Texas Vital Statistics
Department of State Health Services
P.O. Box 12040
Austin, TX 78711-2040

For expedited processing:
Texas Vital Statistics
MC 2096
Department of State Health Services
1100 West 49th Street
Austin, TX 78756

Where and How to Get Irving Death Records

Dallas County Clerk’s Office is the custodian of all death records generated in Irving City. Only the following applicants are eligible to request death records from the County Clerk’s Office:

  • The record subject’s immediate family members.
  • Legal guardians.
  • Legal representatives of the record subject.

Interested parties other than eligible applicants must obtain a signed consent form from any of the eligible applicants to obtain Irving death records. Irving death records are accessible to interested parties via in-person visits to the County Clerk’s Office or mail-in orders.

To request Irving death records in-person, requesters must present a completed death record application form alongside a valid government I.D at the address below.

Dallas County Clerk’s Office
Attn.: Vital Statistics
Renaissance Tower
1201 Elm Street
Suite. 2100A
Dallas, TX 75270

In contrast, record seekers may get copies of Irving birth records via mail-in orders. First, requesters must download and print out the death record application form. Once completed, requesters should send the completed form alongside a $23 money order or check to the mailing address provided below.

Dallas County Clerk’s Office
Attn.: Vital Statistics
Renaissance Tower
1201 Elm Street
Suite. 2100A
Dallas, TX 75270

Similarly, Irving death records are obtainable from the TxDSHS via in-person or mail-in requests. Also, requesters may get online copies of Irving death records via the TxDSHS online platform. Requesters must visit the online platform and select the “death verification letter” option to access death verification records.

To get Irving death records via mail order, requesters should follow these steps:

  • Complete the request form in English or Spanish;
  • Include a copy of a valid ID;
  • And money order or check payable to the “Texas Department of State Health Services.”

Send the above-listed documents via mail to the TxDSHS at:

For regular processing:
Texas Vital Statistics
Department of State Health Services
P.O. Box 12040
Austin, TX 78711-2040

For expedited processing:
Texas Vital Statistics
MC 2096
Department of State Health Services
1100 West 49th Street
Austin, TX 78756