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Hardeman County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Hardeman County is located within the state of Texas. Hardeman County was created back in the year of 1884. The census of 2017 revealed that Hardeman County had a total populace of 3,994.

The county seat and largest city is Quanah. It is named for two brothers, Bailey Hardeman and Thomas Jones Hardeman, early Texas politicians and legislators.

Hardeman County Arrest Records

In Hardeman County, there were 2 violent crimes and 39 property crimes in 2016. Records for arrests can be obtained at:

Hardeman County Sheriff’s Office
Pat Laughery, Sheriff
318 Mercer Street
Quanah, TX 79252-0266
P.O. Box 266
Phone: (940) 663-5374
Fax: (940) 663-2597

Hardeman County Criminal Records

State Police are required to keep an up-to-date registry of all sex-offenders within their jurisdiction across the USA. This registry provides an up-to-date list on not only those staying in the area, but working, attending school, and those incarcerated too. This list can then be viewed by citizens, as is their right. Residents can utilize the tools online to seek out any nearby offenders.

Hardeman County Court Records

In Hardeman County, the County Courthouse is in control of all civil, family, and criminal cases. All records referring to these cases are obtained by the County Clerk. All public record information can be looked at using one of the following:

Hardeman County Courthouse
Ellen London, County Clerk
Quanah, TX 79252
P.O. Box 30
Phone: (940) 663-2961
Fax: (940) 663-5161

Note - These details can normally be sent my mail, email, and fax if they are standard data files, but any official or certified documents must be sent by mail. The normal fee for common records is $1 per page. Official files cost $5 per page.

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Hardeman County Public Records

The County Clerk is given the job of holding and conserving all county files. The vital data files in question relate to residents' important life events. The vital data files in question can refer to an individual's marriage, divorce, birth, death, and others. The data files and records referring to these important events can include divorce decrees, divorce certificates and other divorce data files, birth certificates, death certificates, marriage licenses, marriage certificates. The documents are all stashed under one central vital record registry.

People have the right to request access to these records. These data files can be requested from one of the following:

Hardeman County Clerk
Ellen London
Quanah, TX 79252
P.O. Box 30
Phone: (940) 663-2961
Fax: (940) 663-5161

Note - The office opens between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. CST, and an individual is required to bring photo ID.