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Parmer County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Parmer County is situated in the major state of Texas. Parmer County originated in the year of 1876, and was later organized in 1907. There were 10,269 people in Parmer County in 2010, according to a census.

The county seat is Farwell. It is named in honor of Martin Parmer, a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence and early judge.

Parmer County Arrest Records

There were 1 violent crime and 34 property crimes in the county in 2016. Records for arrests can be obtained at:

Parmer County Sheriff’s Office
300 4th Street
Farwell, TX 79325
Phone: (806) 481-3303

Parmer County Criminal Records

In Parmer County, as with any county across America, Police are required to keep an up-to-date registry of all sex-offenders located under their jurisdiction. This not only includes those residing in the area, but those working, attending school, or incarcerated inside the jurisdiction. Members of the public hold the fundamental right to gain access to the list in question. Inhabitants can make use of the tools online to do a search for any nearby offenders.

Parmer County Court Records

All criminal, family, and civil cases in Parmer County lie under the jurisdiction of the County Courthouse. The Courthouse stores all records associated with these cases in Parmer County. A person can obtain access to these details using the following:

Parmer County Courthouse
401 Third Street
Farwell, TX 79325
Trey Ellis, County Judge
Phone: (806) 481-3383
Gerri Bowers, County Clerk
Phone: (806) 481-3691

Note - Official/certified files can only be dispatched by mail, rather than the common mail, email, or fax. The usual fee for common records is $1 per page. Certified duplicates cost an extra $5.

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Parmer County Public Records

County files are all handled by the County Clerk. These vital records refer to files regarding state residents’ essential life events. The documents in question comprise of birth, death, marriage, and divorce records. The data files themselves may include, but aren't limited to birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificates, marriage licenses, and divorce details. All data files are kept in one key registry.

These vital files, like all public data files, can be looked at by the public. A resident must request access online, or in person at:

Parmer County Clerk
Gerri Bowers
Farwell, TX 79325
P.O. Box 356
Phone: (806) 481-3691

Note - The office opens between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. CST, and someone needs to bring photo ID.