Lookup Arrests and Wanted Persons in the City of Jacksonville, Texas. Results Include: Arrest Records, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Eyes, Height, Weight, Sex, Age, Hair.
Jacksonville, TX Information
The City of Jacksonville has a population of 14544 as of the 2010 census. The mayor as of 2017 is Dick Stone. He was elected in May 2015. His address is 306 E. Commerce, Jacksonville, TX 75766. He can be reached through his email address (Dick.Stone@jacksonvilletx.org) or through his phone number (903) 586-3510.
In 2015, there were 37 full-time law enforcement employees serving the city, 27 of which are police officers. That leads to 1.84 officers assigned to every 1,000 citizens, which is lower than the average of Texas at 2.09 officers per 1,000 people.
Jacksonville, Texas | City Police Station and Crime Index Information
The crime index of Jacksonville, as reported by a 2015 statistic, was 350, which is 22% higher than the nation’s average at 286.7. As of May 23, 2017, there has been 73 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 202 to 1.
The city of Jacksonville, Texas is safer than 12% of the cities in the state of Texas and 14% of the cities in the United States. Approximately 10.97 crimes occur daily for every 100,000 people, which is higher than both the Texas average of 8.89 and the national average of 7.83. In the city of Jacksonville, Texas, you have a 1 in 25 chance of becoming a victim of any crime. The number of total year over year crimes in the city of Jacksonville has also decreased by 1%.
The Jacksonville Police Department aims “to reduce and prevent future crime through effective community policing.” Currently, the Police Chief is Andrew Hawkes. Chief Hawkes has been in law enforcement for over 25 years. He can be reached through his email address (email@example.com) or through his phone number 903-586-2549.
Jacksonville Police Department Address:
210 West Larissa St.
Jacksonville, TX 75766
The Jacksonville Police Department currently uses the Jacksonville Police Jail. The Jail can be contacted at the same number provided by the Police Department.
The online jail portal is located here.
The Jacksonville Police Department also has its Facebook page which can be accessed here.
Jacksonville Police Department | Additional Information from PoliceOne
Address 1: 210 W. Larissa Street
Zip Code: 75766
Phone #: 9035892546
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 15000
Number of Officers: 30
Lookup Warrants in Jacksonville, Texas
The Municipal Court is responsible for issuing of warrants in the city. To check if you have an outstanding warrant you can call 903-586-3510 Ext 1504 for more information on warrants or have a personal visit to the Municipal Court at 315 Ragsdale, Jacksonville TX 75766
How Does Bail Work in Texas?
An individual undergoes a booking process lasting for an hour or two in a local law enforcement in the city if they were arrested for a crime. The booking process gives them a court date to resolve the charges, and before the date, the arrested person will have to be jailed. Alternatively, they can also choose to be released from jail through posting bail. Bail can be thought of as enticement for a jailed individual to appear in court on the given court date once released.
There are three release options available: release on own recognizance, cash bail, or surety bond.
To be released on your own recognizance, the defendant needs to sign a written promise that they will appear on court when they are needed to. RORs only need to be assured that the defendant will not commit other offenses under ROR, and do not need bail to be posted. However, RORs are only given to less serious cases, and if the petition for an ROR is rejected, only the bail options are then available.
Cash bails require the defendant to pay a certain amount determined by the judge so that they can be released. The cash is held by the court and returned once the defendant has completed his court appearances. The downside is that cash bails are usually exorbitant, thus most people opt for a surety bond.
Surety bonds are arranged by bail bonds agents, who require a 10% premium to be paid. This 10% fee is non-refundable, and cannot be returned even after the defendant completes his court appearances, which is how bail bonds agents earn. On the good side, these agents can be paid in a variety of ways, from credit cards to collateral, and they are also responsible for ensuring the defendant appears in court. However, at the occasion that the defendant fails to appear, the entire amount which the agents spent, from the court bails to other miscellaneous fees must be paid in full.
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