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Morris County Arrest Records

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Morris County, TX Arrest Records

What are Morris County Arrest Statistics?

The county of Morris had 246 arrests during the past three years. For 2017, the arrest rate was 587.63 per 100,000 residents. This is 20.49% lower than the national average of 739.02 per 100,000 people. Of the total arrests, 10 were for violent crimes such as murder, rape, and robbery. Morris also processed 64 arrests for property crimes during the same year. Compared to Austin and Bell, Morris is a more dangerous place to live.

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  • 246Arrests in the county for the last 3 years
  • 587.63Arrest rate in 2017 per 100.000 population
  • 10Violent crime arrests

Morris County Recent Arrest Trends

The most popular crime committed in Morris is larceny/theft totaling 31, followed by burglary, and then aggravated assault.

  • 31Larceny/Theft
  • 27Burglary
  • 6Aggravated Assault

Violent Crime Arrests vs. Non-Violent

Violent crimes include murder, manslaughter, rape, robbery and aggravated assault. Morris County has a higher rate of non-violent crime. For 2017, Morris tallied 10 violent crimes and 64 non-violent crimes. When compared to the national average of 739.02, Morris is lower by 20.49% than the national average.

Morris County Crime Rate from 2001-2017

Morris County Police Records

Police records exist in different types of police departments and in many forms. In most typically, Morris county police reports may be located from the local county Sheriff’s Office. You can show up in person and request files as county police records are available to anyone per the state laws and the Freedom of Information Act. The files may include Morris county police reports, Morris county bookings and even pictures. These files are related to when a suspect is arrested, booked, and imprisoned. First, they are questioned, and basic details is taken while policemen fills out the report. Then the police takes images of the criminal, and they are put in a jail cell until they can make bond the fees. Some areas may charge a fee for a copy of police records. You may have to go there in person and may need to have the following details for them to find your file:

  • Date and time of the occurrence
  • The location of the incident
  • Name(s) of those involved
  • Officer’s name and rank
  • Case number

This will help the attendant find the paperwork you need.

Morris county police records can show a lot of information about a criminal. A good illustration of police record might be a traffic crash report. Some files are available to the public after a waiting period, such as 60-days.

Sometimes you can obtain copies of Morris county police records by mail. Contact your local county Sheriff’s Office to inquire about paperwork and the cost.

Morris County Mugshots

Morris County mugshots have been performed since the 1800s, shortly after the creation of photography. Then in 1888, a French law enforcement officer Alphonse Bertillon standardized the process and made it the norm. Collections of these images are kept in a “mug book” to help witnesses and victims identify suspects.

Morris county mugshots are the images taken of criminals upon arrest. Local police, Sheriff’s Offices, and other law enforcement agencies take them. Generally , the subject is photographed from the front (full-face view) and then the side (profile view). These Morris county mugshots are kept with the person’s criminal record and police reports. They are used by victims, witnesses, and investigators to identify suspects guys.

Also , when a judge issues an Morris county arrest warrant for other reasons , and the suspect does not show up in court, these mugshots are used to help identity the suspect.

Mugshots are readily easily found online as they are public records. Information companies portals offer mugshots with other types of files such as criminal records, arrest records and other court cases.

Felonies, Misdemeanors, and Sex Offenders

Police and arrest records will also have on felonies, misdemeanors, and sex offenders. Since everything is online available and connected, any past crimes will show up as well.

Morris County Sheriff’s Office

It is situated in Morris county, Texas with a total number of 0 employees - female, male officers and civilians. Morris County SO ORI (Originated Agency Identifier) number is TX1720000, it belongs to the West South Central division in the South region with a region code of Region III.

Police Departments in Morris County

Daingerfield Police Department110 Coffey St(903)645-2114
Lone Star Police Department101 N Jefferson St(903)656-2491
Omaha Police Department118 N Center St(903)884-2305

Morris County, TX Jail and Inmate Records

MORRIS County has 27 jails with an average daily population of 472 inmates with a total of 27 jail population. When breaking down the MORRIS County jail population by gender, females are a minority compared to male prisoners and make 7% with 2 female and 23 male inmates.

  • 27Jails
  • 27Prisoners
  • 349 %Jail Rate

How Does Morris County Inmate Search Work?

Morris County inmate records are public documents that anyone can get a copy of easily. The Freedom of Information Act governs the access to regarding Morris county inmate records which provide a lot of useful details about a person.

Morris County Booking

Morris county bookings are also helpful when looking for details on whether or not a person has been arrested. When a criminal is arrested, the officer fills out documents and then holds them in a prison , which essentially becomes their Morris county booking record. It may also include things like fingerprints, images , physical details, their name, and address, police officer who arrested them , the details of the crime, the location, and any cars that were involved. The general public has the power to read a copy of someone’s Morris county booking records without any type of allowance .

Morris County Jail

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