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Navarro County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Navarro County Arrest Records?

Navarro County arrest records are official records containing summaries of arrests in the county after warrants have been issued or following criminal activities. These records are also documents that provide information about persons who were apprehended by law enforcement agents after allegedly committing offenses.

Navarro County’s law enforcement agencies are responsible for recording these incidents and entering them in the needed database. These records are gathered and provided to inform the public about the arrest-to-solved crime rate in the county. Interested persons can obtain Navarro County arrest records locally from the Sheriff’s office by downloading and filling the open request form and sending it via fax ((903) 654-3044) or email kbates@ncsotx.org.

Note: Arrest records are not synonymous to solved crimes as these do not contain proof but mention suspected offenders and alleged crimes.

Crime Statistics

The Texas Department of Public Safety collates and publishes annual statistics of all arrests and crime records recorded by all counties in the state. According to the most recent crime report, Navarro County recorded 2,861 arrests in 2018, against the state’s total of 828,823 arrests. Arrests for drug possession were the highest at 1,067, which constituted 37% of the county’s total arrest. On the other hand, DWIs, murder, theft, and sex crimes had 248, 1, 128, 30 reported arrests, respectively. Relatively, the conviction rates in the same year showed that the county recorded 1875 convictions, out of the state’s 373,765 total crime index. Criminal convictions for drug possession crimes also had the highest figures at 826 conviction charges, 44% of the county's total incidents. Similarly, the statistics indicated that DWIs, theft, and sex crimes had 192, 110, and 12 cases, respectively. There were no murder convictions recorded in 2018.

A comparison of the arrest and conviction rates in the state reveals that for every six (6) arrests carried out in 2018, Navarro County had approximately four (4) convictions. An analysis of the 2017 figures also indicates a 14% increase in the county’s convictions from the previous rate of 2,448.

What are Navarro County Criminal Records?

Navarro County criminal records are documents about an individual’s criminal history that are provided and authorized by public departments in Navarro County. The offenses listed in a Navarro criminal record are about crimes committed within the county's jurisdiction, and mostly concern residents in the territory.

Criminal records generally contain the subject’s names, aliases, mugshots, fingerprints, criminal offenses, arrests, and conviction. Interested persons can obtain non-confidential Navarro County criminal records from the Sheriff’s Office or conviction records from the County Clerk.

How Do I Get Navarro County Criminal Records?

There are four ways to obtain criminal records in Navarro;

  • From the Sheriff’s Office
  • From the County Clerk
  • From the Department of Public Safety
  • From third-party services

Requests to the Sheriff's office may be made online or in person. Online inquiries involve downloading and filling the open request form, and sending it via fax to (903) 654-3044, or email kbates@ncsotx.org. Inquirers can also visit the office at:

312 W. 2nd Ave.
Corsicana, TX 75110
Phone: (903) 654-3002

Requests to the County Clerk involve submitting a written open records request via mail to the office at:

Navarro County Courthouse
P.O. Box 423
Corsicana, TX 75151-0423
Phone: (903) 654-3035

Individuals can also do a criminal history name search from the Computerized Criminal History System (CCH), which is the state’s central repository for criminal records managed by the Department of Public Safety (DPS).

Lastly, elusive records may be obtained through third-party vendors, either by searching their online databases or purchasing documents indirectly.

Interested persons should note that custodians will require a well-detailed description of the needed record to facilitate the search. Requesters are also required to present government-issued identification or scanned copies, as well as processing fees for record research, duplication, or mailing.

How Do I Find Navarro County Sex Offender Information?

The Navarro County Sheriff's Office provides public access to sex offender information via a state-wide database managed by the Department of Public Safety. Interested persons can access the central repository by using the search tool on the Texas Public Sex Offender website. Searches are done according to map address, the subject’s name, and institute of higher education.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Navarro County Jail?

To visit an inmate in Navarro county jail, interested persons will have to meet the visitation conditions set by the jail administrator. The Navarro County Sheriff’s office is responsible for the supervision of the county jail. Some of the visitation guidelines include:

Visiting Hours:

Inmates in Navarro County are permitted to receive visitor on any day of the week at the following hours;

  • 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 am
  • 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 pm
  • 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 pm

However, the number of visits allowed is determined by where inmates are held. Detainees in temporary holding cells are allowed three visits per week for 30 minutes each while inmates in population cells are only permitted two visits per week for 30 minutes each.

Visitation Requirement:

The following guideline should be respected throughout the visitation process.

  • Inmates are allowed to have a limited number of visits weekly. Therefore, interested persons should call the jail before visiting to ensure that the detainee has not already been visited or if the detainee can be visited on a specific date.
  • Personal items like phones are forbidden inside the jail lobby and during visits.
  • All visitors will be searched before entrance.
  • All adult visitors must provide government-issued identification before entering the visiting area.
  • Legal guardians must accompany all visiting minors.
  • Excluding attorney appointments, all visits are monitored and recorded.
  • Persons with pending arrest will not be permitted.
  • Individuals who are drunk or under the influence of alcohol will not be allowed to enter.
  • The dress code must be respected.
  • Non-compliance to jail rules will lead to forbidden/terminated visits.
  • Misconducts like smuggling of contrabands will lead to arrest and criminal charges.

Dress Code:

  • Avoid transparent materials
  • Avoid removing any article on clothing during the visit.
  • Sleeveless shirts, tube tops, tank tops, spaghetti straps, and camisoles are forbidden.
  • All underwear must be well-covered.
  • Clothing with sexual, profane, or offensive language or images is forbidden.

Where and How to Find Navarro County Inmate Information?

The Navarro County jail roster can be obtained from the Sheriff’s office. Interested persons can locate inmate and basic inmate information by using the search tool and provide details like the subject's name, charge description, or period of incarceration. The latter is suitable for recent imprisonments. Inmate information can also be requested from the Sheriff’s Office at:

312 W. 2nd Ave.
Corsicana, TX 75110
Phone: (903) 654-3002

Note: Persons who are detained in the county jail are mostly offenders with light sentences and persons awaiting trial or disposition. To obtain records of convicted persons incarcerated in state-run prisons, interested persons should use the offender search tool in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice website.

What are Navarro County Court Records?

Navarro County court records consist of files and documents that are generated and maintained by courts in the county. They provide information relating to judicial proceedings within its jurisdiction. These include court minutes, transcripts, documentation of allegations, sworn statements, and so on.

In compliance with the Texas Public Information Act, members of the public can obtain most of these records except for confidential or sealed records. Records sealed by court order are restricted from public access and can only be accessed by those mentioned in the documents and those with court orders. However, records with sealed or confidential sections can still be obtained, but the sensitive details are redacted from the copy provided to the requester.

Interested persons can obtain Navarro County court records from the Clerk’s Office of the court where the proceeding occurred. Information can also be obtained from court websites.

Location of All Courts in Navarro County

Navarro County 13th District Court
Navarro County Courthouse
300 West 3rd Avenue, Room 201
P.O. Box 1439
Corsicana, TX 75151
Phone: (903) 654-3040
Fax: (903) 875-3973 (Felony)

Constitutional County Courts in Navarro County
Navarro County Constitutional Court
300 West 3rd Avenue,
P.O. Box 423
Corsicana, TX 75151
Phone: (903) 875-3379

County Court at Law in Navarro County
Navarro County Court at Law
Navarro County Constitutional Court
300 West 3rd Avenue,
P.O. Box 423
Corsicana, TX 75151
Phone: (903) 875-3379

Justice Courts in Navarro County
Navarro County Justice of the Peace Precinct 1
312 West 2nd Avenue,
Corsicana, TX 75110
Phone: (903) 654-3055
Fax: (903) 654-3980

Navarro County Justice of the Peace Precinct 2
312 West 2nd Avenue,
Corsicana, TX 75110
Phone: (903) 654-3058
Fax: (903) 875-3981

Navarro County Justice of the Peace Precinct 3
312 West 2nd Avenue,
Corsicana, TX 75110
Phone: (903) 654-3063
Fax: (903) 875-3983

Navarro County Justice of the Peace Precinct 4
312 West 2nd Avenue,
Corsicana, TX 75110
Phone: (903) 654-3060
Fax: (903) 654-3092

Municipal Courts in Navarro County
Blooming Grove Municipal Court
200 South Fordyce,
Grove, TX 76626
Phone: (903) 695-2711
Fax: (903) 695-2482

Corsicana Municipal Court
200 North 12th Street,
Corsicana, TX 75110
Phone: (903) 654-4856
Fax: (903) 654-4862

Dawson Municipal Court
P.O. Box 400
Dawson, TX 76639
Phone: (254) 578-1515

Frost Municipal Court
P.O. Box X,
Frost, TX 76641
Phone: (903) 682-3861

Kerens Municipal Court
200 South Colket Avenue,
P.O. Box 160
Kerens, TX 75144
Phone: (903) 396-2971
Fax: (903) 396-7265

Rice Municipal Court
205 East Calhoun,
P.O. Box 97
Rice, TX 75155

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What are Navarro County Vital Records?

Navarro County's vital records are documents or certificates of life events maintained by departments in the county. These include records of divorces, marriages, births, and deaths that took place in the territory.

Navarro County's vital records are maintained and issued by two public bodies in Texas, the County Clerk and the Vital Statistics Office of the Texas Department of Health. However, not all records are open to the public, and some sensitive details are often redacted from informational copies given to requesters who do not qualify for certified copies of documents.

Generally, record custodians require requesters to provide basic information about the event to facilitate the search. Fess and government-issued identification (or scanned copies) will also be required.

Where and How to Get Navarro County Divorce Records

Records of divorces and annulments that happened in Navarro County are maintained by the clerk of the district court where divorces had been filed. Interested persons can obtain records by submitting a formal written request, either by mail or in person, to the clerk office of the district court where the divorce happened.

There are no strict rules for how requests should be written. Requests must however contain the requester's full name, location, and contact details. It should also include detailed descriptions of the required record to facilitate the search like the names of the divorced party, and the date of divorce. Interested persons may use the public record request form as well.

The request sent to the Navarro County District Court at;

Physical Address:
Navarro County Courthouse
300 W. 3rd Avenue, Suite 201
Corsicana, TX 75110

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1439
Corsicana, TX 75151
Phone: (903) 654-3040

Divorce records search can also be done on a state-level by searching the public index of divorce maintained by the Department of Health’s Vital Statistics Office. Individuals can download yearly reports of all divorces and annulments obtained from 1968 till 2018 for free (indexes take at least two years to be available). Interested persons can also order verification letters of divorces that happened from 1968 online from the Vital Statistics Office through an online application process. The record cost $20 per copy.

Where and How to Get Navarro County Marriage Records

Records of marriages that happened in Navarro County are maintained by the County Clerk where marriage licenses had been granted. Interested persons can obtain records by submitting a formal written request, either by mail or in person, to the County Clerk Office.

There are no set formats for how a request should be structured, but it should contain the requester's full name, location, and contact details. It should also include a detailed description of the required record to facilitate the search such as the names of the married couple, wife’s maiden name, and the date of marriage. Interested persons may use the public record request form as well.

The request sent to the Navarro County Clerk at;

Physical Address:
Navarro County Courthouse
300 West 3rd Avenue,
Corsicana, TX 75110

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 423
Corsicana, TX 7515-0423
Phone: (903) 654-3035

Marriage records search can also be done on a state-level by searching the public index of marriage licenses maintained by the Texas Department of Health’s Vital Statistics Office. Individuals can download yearly reports of all marriage license applications from 1966 till 2013 for free. Interested persons can also order verification letters of divorces that happened from 1966 to date online from the Vital Statistics Office through an online application process.

Where and How to Get Navarro County Birth Records

The Navarro County Clerk maintains certificates of births that happened in the territory, however, these records are not made public until after 75 years. Parties that can obtain restricted birth records include the parents, adult subject, and direct relations. Others who wish to get the restricted birth records must present signed and notarized consent from the owner of the record.

Requesters are required to provide a detailed description of the birth record such as the parents’ names, child’s name, date of birth, and place of birth. Interested persons can obtain records by submitting completed application forms, proofs of identification, and fees to the County Clerk’s office via mail to;

Navarro County Courthouse
P.O. Box 1439
Corsicana, TX 75151
Phone: (903) 654-3040

Certificates and verification letters of births that happened in the county from 1903 to date can also be obtained at a state-level from the Department of Health’s Vital Statistics Office for $22 per copy. Interested persons can also purchase these records on the office's website with the online application system.

Where and How to Get Navarro County Death Records

Certificates of deaths that happened in Navarro County are maintained by the County Clerk, however, these records are not made public until after 25 years. Parties that can obtain restricted death records include the parents, siblings, and direct relations. Others who wish to obtain the restricted death records must present signed and notarized consent from eligible requesters, or a disclosure order from the court.

Requesters are required to provide the name of the deceased, date of death, and place of death in the application form. The completed form, proof of identification, and fees should be sent via mail to the County Clerk’s at;

Navarro County Courthouse
P.O. Box 1439
Corsicana, TX 75151
Phone: (903) 654-3040

Verification letters and certificates of deaths that happened in the county from 1903 to date can also be obtained at a state-level from the Vital Statistics Office for $22 per copy. Interested persons can also purchase these records on the website with the online application system.