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Liberty County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Liberty County Arrest Records?

Arrest records are official documents detailing crimes committed within a jurisdiction and arrests that these crimes led to. These records may include the details of the crime itself and any arrested offenders. In the county of Liberty, these records are created and maintained by the Liberty County sheriff office and on the state level, they are handled by the Texas Department of Public Safety.

Crime Statistics

The Texas Department of Health and Safety uses the Texas uniform crime report program as the central collection for all the crime reports and statistics gathered by the law enforcement agencies within the state. According to the UCR for 2018 liberty county had 2 murders an increase from nil in 2017, 24 robberies an increase of 9.1% from 2017, 58 rapes an increase from 17 cases in 2017, 192 cases of assault a decrease of 50.3% from 2017, 333 cases of burglary an increase from 95 in 2017. 24 cases of larceny an increase of 74% from 2 017 and 175 cases of auto theft an increase of 182 % from 2017. The uniform crime report data also provides other parameters like racial bias, violent crime, family crime, etc These reports help monitor the crime trends within the county and help law enforcement plan their strategies on fighting crime.

What are Liberty County Criminal Records?

The criminal records for Liberty County are the records containing the information on all the crimes reported in the jurisdiction. The sheriff’s office of Liberty County is in charge of generating these records for the county. The Texas department of public safety is in charge of gathering and maintaining these records on the state level.

How Do I Get Criminal Records in Liberty County?

Criminal records and background checks are handled by the criminal records service section of the Texas Department of Public Safety. A request for a personal background check can be made in person, by mail or over the phone. The requester will require an unexpired government-issued photo ID and a fingerprint card and the appropriate fees. Fingerprint cards can be filled by taking advantage of the fingerprint applicant services of Texas(FAST) which will take the fingerprints from the applicant/requester and transmit them to the texas department of public safety. Full details on how to use this service can be found on the FAST section of the texas department of health website. The fee for this service is $15.00 for the check and $10.00 for the fingerprinting services. The Texas Department of Public Safety also provides a name-based criminal history search that can be performed in person or online via the criminal history search section of the website. The fee for the offline search is $10.00 per request. To perform the online search the requester will visit the website, create an account, and then purchase search credits that will be used to search the database. Each search credit costs $3.00 plus a service charge and entitles the requester to search for and view one report.

In Liberty county, criminal records and reports can be obtained by contacting the custodian of records for the sheriff’s office either in person or by email. The requester will be required to fill a form in the office or provide the following details in the mail full name, address, phone number, a case number if available, a brief accurate summary of the information being requested. All requests should be made out to

Holly Wilson Reilly
Custodian of Records
Liberty County Sheriff's Office
Office: (936) 336-4520
Fax: (936) 336-4536
Email: holly.wilson@co.liberty.tx.us

How Do I Find Liberty County Sex Offender Information?

Liberty county sheriff office clerk is in charge of registering sex offenders in the county. This information is then transmitted to the texas department for public safety and added to the state sex offender registry. The website of the Liberty county sheriff office provides links to both the state and national sex offender registry.

The Texas Department of Public Safety updates and maintains the state sex offender registry and provides a search tool on the state sex offender registry website which allows sex offender searches to be done by address, name, and institutes of higher education.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Liberty County Jail?

Visiting hours at Liberty County jail occur between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Monday to Sunday for the general population and 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. for segregated inmates. Each inmate is entitled to two 1-hour visits per week and visits are allowed 7 days a week. Only 2 adult visitors are permitted at each visit and all visitors must call ahead on (936) 336-9395, ext. 228 to schedule a visit. Only visitors on the inmate’s visitors list will be allowed to visit. Full details of visitation including rules and regulations such as dress codes and general conduct can be found on the jail section of the county sheriff office website. Liberty county jail is a 285-bed unisex facility that is located at

2400 Beaumont Ave.
Liberty, TX 77575
Telephone Number: (936) 336-9395

Where and How to Find Liberty County Inmate Information?

The Liberty county sheriff office provides access to inmate information via an online inmate listing. It can be used to search for inmates currently housed at the detention facility. The online search tool can be used for individual searches and a full inmate listing. Information provided by the search includes the arrest number, the offense committed, the arrest date, and the inmate’s full name. On the state level, inmate searches can be performed using the offender information search tool found on the Texas department of criminal justice website. Searches here can be performed by name, prison number, race, gender, etc.

What are Liberty County Court Records?

Court records are the official documents containing the records of all cases heard within the liberty county jurisdiction including adjudications, rulings, evidence, depositions, and affidavits.

In Liberty county, these records are handled by the clerk of the district court. The fee for these records is $1.00 per page of paper copies. Case records for the county can also be obtained by visiting the idocket website and tagging Liberty county as the primary county. The District clerk of Liberty county can be reached at

1923 Sam Houston
Liberty, TX 77575
Phone: (936) 336-4682
Fax: (936) 334-3232

Locations of All the Courts in Liberty County.

The locations and contact details of all the courts in Liberty county are listed below

Liberty County 75th District Court
Liberty County Courthouse
1923 Sam Houston St, #115, Liberty, TX 77575
Phone: (936) 336-4682
Fax: (936) 336-1115

Liberty County 253rd District Court
Liberty County Courthouse
1923 Sam Houston St, #115, Liberty, TX 77575
Phone: (936) 336-4682
Fax: (936) 336-1115

Liberty County Constitutional Court
Liberty County Courthouse
1923 Sam Houston St, P.O. Box 369, Liberty, TX 77575
Phone: (936) 336-4670
Fax: (936) 334-3236

Liberty County Court at Law
Liberty County Courthouse
1923 Sam Houston St, P.O. Box 369, Liberty, TX 77575
Phone: (936) 336-4670
Fax: (936) 334-3236

Liberty County Justice of the Peace Precinct 1
2103 Cos St, Liberty, TX 77575
Phone: (936) 336-4558
Fax: (936) 334-3207

Liberty County Justice of the Peace Precinct 2
P.O. Box 426, Raywood, TX 77582
Phone: (936) 587-4010
Fax: (936) 587-4951

Liberty County Justice of the Peace Precinct 3
P.O. Box 796, Hardin, TX 77561
Phone: (936) 298-9407
Fax: (936) 298-3827

Liberty County Justice of the Peace Precinct 4
1300 W Clayton St, Dayton, TX 77535
Phone: (936) 258-2461
Fax: (936) 258-2010

Liberty County Justice of the Peace Precinct 5
22350 Hwy 321, Cleveland, TX 77327
Phone: (281) 592-9229
Fax: (281) 592-1404

Liberty County Justice of the Peace Precinct 6
Liberty County Annex Building
304 Campbell St, Cleveland, TX 77327
Phone: (281) 593-8422
Fax: (281) 593-8456

Cleveland Municipal Court
226 Peach St, Cleveland, TX 77327
Phone: (281) 592-5639
Fax: (281) 592-8663

Daisetta Municipal Court
410B Main St, P.O. Box 549, Daisetta, TX 77533
Phone: (936) 536-6120
Fax: (936) 536-6031

Dayton Lakes Municipal Court
273 CR 650, Dayton, TX 77535
(936) 258-9500

Dayton Municipal Court
117 Cook St, Dayton, TX 77535
Phone: (936) 258-5312
Fax: (936) 258-2663

Hardin Municipal Court
P.O. Box 324, Hardin, TX 77561
Phone: (936) 298-2117

Kenefick Municipal Court
3564 FM 1008, Dayton, TX 77535
Phone: (936) 258-2130

Liberty Municipal Court
Liberty City Hall
1829 Sam Houston St, Liberty, TX 77575
Phone: (936) 334-7121
Fax: (936) 336-9846

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What are Liberty County Vital Records?

Liberty county vital records are the official records documenting life events like births, marriages, divorces, and deaths occurring within the jurisdiction of Liberty county. These records are generated by the agencies of the county and transmitted to the vital statistics department of the Texas department of health. To obtain marriage records a requester should contact the county clerk's office in liberty county and for divorce records the requester contacts the clerk of the district court where the divorce occurred. Birth and death records are obtained from the vital statistics department for the texas department of health.

Where and How to Get Liberty County Divorce Records.

To obtain divorce records in Liberty county a requester must contact the district clerk's office of the county. The requester may be charged a $15.00 search or manpower fee in addition to the fee of $1.00 for every page of the record. Divorce records may be requested by any of the couple or their authorized representative like a lawyer. General information on the divorce such as the names of the couple, the date of the divorce, and the court where it took place will be required for an accurate search. The district clerk for liberty county can be contacted at the following

District Clerk
1923 Sam Houston
Rm. 115
Liberty, TX 77575
Phone: (936) 336-4682
Fax: (936) 334-3232
E-Mail: dclegal@co.liberty.tx.us

Where and How to Get Liberty County Marriage Records.

To obtain marriage records in Liberty county contact the county clerk's office at:

1923 Sam Houston
Room 209
P.O. Box 369
Liberty, TX 77575
Phone: (936) 336-4670
Fax: (936) 334-3236

This request can be done in person or by mail. The requester will be required to fill the application form available at the office or on the website and submit it with a valid photo ID to the office of the county clerk. The fees for a marriage record is $5.00 for certified copies and $1.00 for every page of a photocopy. The Vital records department of the texas department of health services gives a document called a letter of verification of marriage or divorce. This document is obtained by filling the application form on the website and submitting it with a $20.00 search fee. These documents are very similar to the marriage records and certificates and contain a lot of the same information but are not certified.

Where and How to Get Liberty County Birth Records.

Birth records for Liberty county can be obtained from both the county clerk's office of liberty county and the vital statistics department of the texas department of health services. A requester will need to download either of the application forms found on the respective websites of the agencies, fill it and return it to the office with a photo ID and a fee of $22.00 for every copy of the record. This request can either be done in person or by mail and the requester must be either a parent, the child if now over 18yrs old, or an authorized party. If done by mail correspondence should be addressed to the office of the county clerk of liberty county or

Texas Vital Records
Department of State Health Services
P.O. Box 12040
Austin, TX 78711-2040

Where and How to Get Liberty County Death Records.

Death records for Liberty county can be obtained from both the county clerk's office of the county or the vital statistics department of the texas department of state health service. The requester would be required as in the case of the birth records to download and fill the application form obtained from the website, fill it out and bring it or mail it to the office with a valid ID. The fee for the death record is $20.00 for the first copy and $3.00 for each additional copy. Full details on how to obtain these records can be found on the county clerk's page of the liberty county official website and the vital statistics section of the website for the Texas department of health services. An online search can also be performed using the public records search tool found on the Liberty county website.