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Guadalupe County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Crime Statistics

The Texas Department of Public Safety reported a net total of 2,430 index criminal offenses in Guadalupe county in 2018. According to reports collated and published by the Texas Uniform Crime Reporting Program, 87% of the county’s crimes are property crime-based offenses, with 1,661 larceny crimes, 357 incidents of burglary and 119 reports of motor vehicle theft in 2018 alone. On the other hand, violent crimes were considerably less recurrent than other subsets, with 180 reported incidents of assault in the same year, 70 reports of rape and 38 and 5 incidents of robbery and murder each.

Criminal Records

The Guadalupe County Sheriff's Office is the primary law enforcement agency of the county and is charged with generating and maintaining records pertaining to criminal activity within the county. Thus, the office retains and issues criminal history information and criminal reports of county residents and incidents. Similarly, the Texas Department of Public Safety maintains the statewide repository of criminal records, and as such processes requests for state-level criminal records and background checks. Ultimately, criminal records can be obtained at both the state and county levels.

How to Get Criminal Records

Guadalupe County criminal records and background checks can be requested by querying the County Sheriff's Office in person or sending a written request to the office stating the subject's name and the intended purpose for the record.

Criminal records provided by the office typically include all county arrests, misdemeanor offenses and convictions filed by/with the Sheriff's Office. The requesting party will be required to submit their request along with a payment of $5 (plus $0.10 page from the 10th page onwards). A fee of $75 or $25/hr may also be charged to the requestor depending on the research required to assemble the requested records. In-person and mail-in requests can be made at:

The lobby,
Guadalupe County Sheriff's Office, 2617 N
Guadalupe Street, Seguin, TX 78155
(830) 379-1224

Alternatively, requestors may self-serve using the Guadalupe County Records Inquiry Tool. Subjects may be searched by name, and the records provided by the tool will include individual charges of the subject, case number of the incident(s) and the current status of the charges. However, this search method is prone to error.

How to Get Police Reports

Police reports of incidents that occurred in Guadalupe county are generated and maintained by the Records Unit of the Guadalupe County Sheriff's Office. To obtain copies of these records, county residents are required to send Open Records Requests to the office by completing a Public Information Request Form and submitting it in person or via mail (along with the stated fees and ID requirements) to:

2617 N. Guadalupe St.
Seguin, TX 78155
(830) 379-1224
(830) 303-5241 Metro
(830) 372-1000 Fax

How to Find Sex Offender Information

The Texas Sex Offender Registry publishes all relevant and public information about convicted registered sex offenders residing within state limits. The registry features Guadalupe county sex offenders; their specific locations, proximity to specific addresses, and their incarceration and compliance status. Offenders can be searched by name and address or by the name of a higher institution. Interested persons may also Download the Registry for statistical or analytical purposes, and Guadalupe county residents may opt to register to the Subscription Service in order to receive frequent email updates regarding notable changes in sex offender location and compliance.

Where and How to Find Inmate and Jail Information

The Guadalupe County Sheriff's Office is charged with the daily running of the county jail and maintaining records relating to the correctional facility and the inmates housed within. Relevant information regarding inmate location, their primary charge, and incarceration status can be obtained using the Jail Records Inquiry tool. The Jail Bond Records Index may also be used to view bond number and bail or bond conditions of an inmate of interest. To use either tool inmates must be searched by first and last name, and may also be searched by booking or bond number and booking or release date. Related queries may be directed to the Sheriffs Office at:

2617 N. Guadalupe St.
Seguin, TX 78155
(830) 379-1224

Court Records

Where and How to Get Court Records

The Guadalupe County District Clerk's Office supports the county District court by providing clerical and administrative functions including generating and retaining records of cases heard by the court. The office provides copies of non-confidential court records to interested parties upon request. However, the requestor will be required to provide sufficient information needed to trace the record such as the names of subjects involved, the date of filing or hearing and the case file number of the record. Interested persons may make in-person queries to the office or send a written request stating relevant information to:

The Guadalupe Office of the District Clerk
211 W. Court Street
Seguin, TX 78155

Or

The District Clerks Satellite Office

1101 Elbel Rd, Schertz, TX 78154
(830) 303-4188 ext. 4212

Records may also be obtained using the Guadalupe County Records Inquiry Index which houses criminal, probate and civil/family case records all heard by county courts. Records can be searched by case number.

Location of Courts in Guadalupe County

Listed below are the addresses and contact information of all the courthouses in Guadalupe County, Texas:

Guadalupe County District Court
Guadalupe County Justice Center
211 W Court St, #209,
Seguin, TX 78155
Phone: (830) 303-8873 (Civil/Family/Child Support)
Phone: (830) 303-8877 (Criminal)
Fax: (830) 379-1943

Guadalupe County Constitutional Court
Guadalupe County Justice Center
211 W Court St,
Seguin, TX 78155
Phone: (830) 303-8861 (Criminal)
Phone: (830) 303-4188 ext. 1234 (Civil)
Phone: (830) 303-4188 ext. 1237 (Probate/Guardianship)
Fax: (830) 372-1206

Guadalupe County Court at Law
Guadalupe County Justice Center
211 W Court St,
Seguin, TX 78155
Phone: (830) 303-8861 (Criminal)
Phone: (830) 303-4188 ext. 1234 (Civil)
Phone: (830) 303-4188 ext. 1237 (Probate/Guardianship)
Fax: (830) 372-1206

Guadalupe County Justice of the Peace Precinct 1
2405 E US 90,
Seguin, TX 78155
Phone: (830) 372-4223
Fax: (830) 379-1599

Guadalupe County Justice of the Peace Precinct 2
101 E. Court St.,
Seguin, TX 78155
Phone: (830) 379-2214
Fax: (830) 379-3657

Guadalupe County Justice of the Peace Precinct 3
1101 Elbel Rd, #6, Schertz, TX 78154
Phone: (210) 945-6685
Fax: (210) 945-8544

Guadalupe County Justice of the Peace Precinct 4
11144 FM 725,
Seguin, TX 78155
Phone: (830) 372-8916
Fax: (830) 372-8924

Cibolo Municipal Court
200 S Main St,
P.O. Box 826,
Cibolo, TX 78108
Phone: (210) 658-7324

Marion Municipal Court
P.O. Box 158,
Marion, TX 78124
Phone: (830) 914-2391
Fax: (830) 420-4460

Schertz Municipal Court
1400 Schertz Pkwy,
Schertz, TX 78154
Phone: (210) 619-1500

Seguin Municipal Court
660 S Hwy 46,
Seguin, TX 78155
Phone: (830) 401-2325
Fax: (830) 401-2772

Where and How to Find Property Records

Records pertaining to the ownership of land and real property in Guadalupe county are recorded and managed by the Official Records Division of the Guadalupe County Clerk's Department. These records include deeds, liens, plats, mortgages, and foreclosures, all of which can be obtained by completing and submitting the Request For Public Copies Form to the office. Requests must legibly state the type of record required as well as the volume, page and document number. Completed forms must also be accompanied by the applicable fees (as stated on the form) and sent to:

Guadalupe County Clerk,
211 West Court Street,
Seguin TX 78156-0990
(830) 303-4188

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

Vital Records

Texas State vital records are primarily managed and disseminated by the Texas Department of State Health Services. The office retains statewide birth and death certificates, copies of marriage applications and divorce indexes which can all be made available to eligible persons upon request. Similarly, Guadalupe county records are maintained at the county level by the offices of the District Court Clerk and the County Clerk.

Where and How to Find Divorce Records

The Guadalupe County District Clerk's Office maintains and issues records of divorces granted by the county court. The office provides copies of divorce records to interested members of the public. However, the requesting party will be required to provide information relating to the divorce such as the names of the divorcees. the date and place of the divorce and the case file number or the record. Requests for divorce records can be made in person or via mail at:

The Guadalupe Office of the District Clerk
211 W. Court Street
Seguin, TX 78155

Where and How to Find Marriage Records

Records of marriages whose licenses were issued in Guadalupe county are retained by the office of the Guadalupe County Clerk. Copies of these records can be obtained by downloading and completing the Application For Marriage License form which should state the names of the marriage license and provide an approximate date of the marriage (in the very least). Completed forms should be sent along with the fees indicated on the form to

Guadalupe County Clerk
211 West Court St.,
Seguin TX 78155-5730
Phone: (830) 303-8863

Where and How to Find Birth and Death Records

Requests for birth and death records are processed by the Vital Records Division of the Guadalupe County Clerk's Office. In the state of Texas birth and death certificates are not public record and as such, copies of these records may only be provided to the registrant, an immediate family member and legally authorized persons or a court-appointed administrator of the registrants or decedent's estate.

To request either record, interested persons may complete and send a Birth/Death Record Application along with the indicated fees and ID requirements to:

Guadalupe County Clerk
211 West Court St.,
Seguin TX 78155-5730
Phone: (830) 303-8863

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Guadalupe County?

Guadalupe County allows members of the public to request and inspect copies of property records in accordance with the Texas Public Information Act (TPRA). Interested persons may obtain copies of Guadalupe County property records from the county’s custodian.

Where and How to Find Property Records in Guadalupe County?

The Guadalupe County Clerk files and keeps land and property records such as deeds, foreclosures, plats, and Federal and State Liens. Interested individuals can obtain these records by contacting (830) 303-8859 or send an email to ccrecords@co.guadalupe.tx.us. In-person and mail requests can also be made at the Main Office Location or the Schertz Satellite Office at:

Main Office
211 West Court Street
Seguin, TX 78155
Schertz Satellite Office
1101 Elbel Road
Schertz, TX 78154

The County Clerk also provides online access to these records through two portals. Residents can use the Official Public Records portal to request copies of records from 1970 to date and the Search indexes portal to obtain copies of records from before 1970.

How to Look Up Guadalupe County Property Records?

The Guadalupe Appraisal District provides interested persons with a searchable database for property information in Guadalupe. Interested persons can use the Property search to carry out simple and advanced searches on the portal.

Main Office
3000 North Austin Street
Seguin, TX 78155
Phone: (830) 303-3313, Option 1
Fax: (830) 372-2874

Schertz Office
1052 FM 78
Suite 103
Schertz, TX 78154
Phone: (830) 303-3313, Option 2
Fax: (877) 254-0888

Residents can also make inquiries from the Guadalupe County Tax Assessor’s Office at:

Guadalupe County Tax Assessor
307 West Court Street
Seguin, TX 78155
(830) 379-2315

Location of Guadalupe County Property Assessors

Guadalupe Appraisal District
Main Office
3000 North Austin Street
Seguin, TX 78155
Phone: (830) 303-3313, Option 1
Fax: (830) 372-2874

Schertz Office
1052 FM 78
Suite 103
Schertz, TX 78154
Phone: (830) 303-3313, Option 2
Fax: (877) 254-0888