Texas Counties Records
Links and Information

Texas Counties Records Links and Information
Bell County
Brazoria County
Cameron County Sheriff's Dept. – Inmate Lookup
Denton County
El Paso County – 
Criminal – Active cases only – 
Closed cases use idocket.com (paid site)
Erath County
Ft. Bend County
Galveston County
Gregg County
Guadalupe County
Harris County – Sheriff's Dept. – Inmate lookup
Jefferson County
Lamar County
Lubbock County – Sheriff's Dept. – Inmate lookup
Parker County
Potter County
Rockwall County
Smith County
Tarrant County
Tarrant County – Inmate lookup
Travis County Court Dockets
Travis County S/O Warrants
Travis County Inmates
Tom Greene County
Williamson County
Wise County – Inmate Lookup
Woods County
Helpful websites to see if someone is in custody:Federal Bureau of Prisons 
*Tools *Inmate LocatorTexas Department of Criminal Justice
*Offender Information – TDC Inmate LookupVINE Link
Choose a state and searchHelpful websites to search criminal and civil cases – fee for service
Helpful websites for criminal record search­ – 
fee for service
Searchable Law SitesTexas StatutesTexas Legislature Online

These Two websites are comprehensive search engines designed for students who are interested in learning more about Criminal Justice programs and careers around the country.

Justice DegreesDiscover Criminal JusticeGrantham University provides secondary online education. You can read more about us by visiting our website Grantham UniversityOther helpful linksPBUSCBAATx Sheriff’s AssocInformation and links to Texas Counties Websites
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Searchable Law Sites

The U.S. Government Printing Office:
Includes access to Bills currently being considered by Congress
The U.S. Court of Appeals, D. C. Circuit Cases
Find Law:
Inter-Law's 'Lectric Law Library
Alaska Statutes

Federal Criminal Justice Agencies

The FBI:
Federal Trade Commission:
U.S. Postal Inspection Service
U.S. Coast Guard
U.S. Federal Judiciary
Federal Judicial Center: Contains many good research articles on federal courts, sentencing, and prisons.

Agencies Providing Criminal Justice Information

Bureau of Justice Statistics: All the stats you'll ever need.
The Rand Corporation: A major criminal justice research agency and think tank
Information on Militias
Project on Government Secrecy

Civil Liberties, Due Process and the Courts

ACLU:Find out what the "experts" on the Bill of Rights think.
NRA: The National Rifle Association: They support the 2nd Amendment.
Firearms and Liberty
Fire Fight Tatics
Handgun Laws U.S.

Other Law Resources

West Publishing: The major publisher of law books.
Law-Related Internet Books and Newsletters
Legal Information Institute
Cyber Lawyer: On-line Legal Advice
Association of Federal Defense Attorneys
American Bar Association
Georgetown Law Library
Get private or public legal advice from a large network of attorneys

Helpful Sites

National Home Security AllianceThe writers, editors, and experts at StaySafe.org are here to help you stop your nightmares before they start.
How to Grow Peppers
U.S. Supreme Court decisions:full text; searchable by subject; 1990-present

The U.S. Government Printing Office:
Finally, somebody is interested in white-collar crime Financial Crimes Enforcement Network
U.S. Federal Judiciary
Federal Judicial Center: Contains many good research articles on federal courts, sentencing, and prisons.
Alaska Statutes
Countyoffice.org - A site with different local county offices listed
PUBLICDATAThis is a helpful site to research people.

ASVAB practice test website
 The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test is a required test administered to anyone interested in enlisting in any of the US Armed Service branches

master-of-education-in-teacher-leadership.aspx Master of Education in Teacher Leadership programs designed to develop instructional leaders who know how to design curricula, implement research-based instructional strategies and effectively motivate students at all grade levels

DiscoverCriminalJustice.com - a research and media organization in Kansas focused extensively on higher education and labor trends in the legal sciences and law enforcement sectors. We recently updated our Criminal Justice Career Guides to better help job seekers, professionals, and students understand the changing landscapes of these programs and their impact on careers and employment. You can view our these guides here:
Careers for Students
Justice Degrees Careers

Social Security Death Index
this is good for locating a old runner that might have died
The Ultimates White Pages Great for looking for someone

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