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Floyd County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

The state of Texas is not only a key location within America, but it is also where you will find Floyd County. Floyd County was made back in the year of 1890. In 2017, a census showed that 5,855 residents were living in the county.

The seat of the county is Floydada. It is named for Dolphin Ward Floyd, who died on his 32nd birthday, March 6, 1836, defending the Alamo.

Floyd County Arrest Records

There were 10 violent crimes and 42 property crimes in the county in 2016. Records for arrests can be obtained at:

Floyd County Police Department
Paul Raissez, Sheriff
125 E California St,
Floydada, TX 79235
Phone: (806) 983-4901
Fax: (806) 983-4904

Floyd County Criminal Records

The State Police are required to preserve an up-to-date registry of sex-offenders in their jurisdiction across America. This not only includes those dwelling in the area, but those working, attending school, or incarcerated inside the jurisdiction. This list is also made available to the community. The search tools provided online allow the people of Floyd County to look for every sex offender inside of a certain distance of their home.

Floyd County Court Records

The County Courthouse is in charge of all criminal, family, and civil cases in Floyd County. All records pertaining to the cases heard in Floyd County are acquired and maintained by the County Clerk. In order to acquire one of these case files, an individual must ask online, or buy copies in person at:

Floyd County Courthouse
Ginger Morgan, County Clerk
105 South Main Street, Room 101
Floydada, TX 79235
Phone: (806) 983-4900

Note - Normal files can normally be directed via mail, email, or fax, but official/certified records can only be directed via mail. There is an expense of $1 per page for common documents. Certified duplicates cost an additional $5.

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

Floyd County Public Records

The County Clerk is given the job of retaining and conserving all county documents. The vital documents in question refer to residents' critical life events. The data files in question may include birth, death, marriage, and divorce records. The information and records with regards to these important events can incorporate divorce decrees, divorce certificates and other divorce files, birth certificates, death certificates, marriage licenses, marriage certificates. All files in Floyd County are maintained in one core state registry.

People in Floyd County can apply for access to these public documents. A citizen must acquire access online, or in person at:

Floyd County Clerk
Ginger Morgan
105 South Main Street, Room 101
Floydada, TX 79235
Phone: (806) 983-4900

Note - Somebody is required to bring photo ID.