Lookup Arrests and Wanted Persons in the City of Santa Fe, Texas. Results Include: Arrest Records, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Eyes, Height, Weight, Sex, Age, Hair.
Santa Fe, TX Information
The City of Santa Fe has a population of 12222 as of the 2010 census. As of 2017, the elected mayor is Jeff Tambrella. He can be reached through his email address (email@example.com).
In 2015, there were 26 full-time law enforcement employees serving the city, 19 of which are police officers. That leads to 1.46 officers assigned to every 1,000 citizens, which is lower than the average of Texas at 2.09 officers per 1,000 people.
Santa Fe, Texas | City Police Station and Crime Index Information
As reported in a 2015 statistic, Santa Fe City’s crime index was 183, which is 36% lower than the nation’s average at 286.7. There has been 59 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the sex offender-residents ratio at 1 to 212.
The city of Santa Fe, Texas is safer than 60% of the cities in the state of Texas and 52% of the cities in the United States. Approximately 4.37 crimes occur daily for every 100,000 people, which is lower than both the Texas average of 8.89 and the national average of 7.83. In the city of Santa Fe, Texas, you have a 1 in 63 chance of becoming a victim of any crime. The number of total year over year crimes in the city of Santa Fe has also decreased by 30%.
The Santa Fe Police Department aims “to enforce laws, protect life, property and to serve the community with the rights of all citizens in mind.” Currently, the Police Chief is Jeff Powell.
Santa Fe Police Department Address:
3650 N FM646
Santa Fe, TX 77510, USA
The Santa Fe Police Department currently uses the Santa Fe Police Jail. The Jail can be contacted at 409-925-3092.
The online jail portal is located here.
The online warrants lookup portal is located here.
The Santa Fe Police Department also has its Facebook page which can be accessed here.
Santa Fe Police Department | Additional Information from PoliceOne
Address 1: 4925 Main St
City: Santa Fe
Zip Code: 77510-2131
County: Galveston County
Phone #: 409-925-2000
Fax #: 409-925-4806
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 10500
Number of Officers: 17
Lookup Warrants in Santa Fe, Texas
The Municipal Court is responsible for issuing warrants in the city. To check if you have an outstanding warrant you can call 409-925-3255 for more information on warrants or have a personal visit to the Municipal Court at Santa Fe Justice Center, 3650 FM 646 N, Santa Fe, Texas 77510
FAQ about Bail
Once an individual is arrested for a crime, they are brought to a local law enforcement agency to be booked, a process which lasts 1-2 hours. They are given a date when they can settle their charges, and before then, they are brought to jail. However, they can also opt to be released from jail by posting bail, among other release options.
What is bail?
Bail is some sort of security, usually a large sum of money, given to the court for the release of a person which guarantees the person’s appearance in all of his required court appearances.
What are the types of bail?
There are two types of bail: cash bail and bail bonds.
What is cash bail?
Cash bail, as the name suggests, require a certain amount of money to be paid to the court for the release of an arrested person. Cash bails set by the court are usually hefty that not many people can afford, thus they choose to have a bail bond.
What is bail bond?
Bail bonds, sometimes called surety bonds, are the cheaper option compared to cash bails. Bail bonds are usually paid to bail bonds agents, who require a non-refundable fee to be paid, usually 10% of the cash bail.
What is collateral?
Collateral is usually given to your bail bonds agent, as payment to guarantee the appearance of the defendant, although not necessary. The posted collateral will then be used to pay the remainder of the cash bail when the defendant fails to appear on court.
What are good and bad collateral?
Major collateral items like boats and cars are good collateral, but their value will be of the current time, not of what you bought them for. Items like a house that you are still paying a mortgage on are considered bad collateral, as well as items you purchased on credit in which the lender holds the title and you make payments to.
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