The Sheriff's Office provides all the data from the Bexar County Jail Activity Report free of charge as a courtesy to the citizens of Bexar County. All information contained in this document is considered public information. The individuals listed in these records are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. This information will not be available periodically for general maintenance and periodically scheduled network updates. If you need this information regularly, you can get it in printed form by paying a programming fee at Bexar County Information Technology.
Call 210-335-0200 for additional information on rates and programming requirements. The Bexar County CSCD is responsible for public protection by overseeing more than 30,000 offenders who reside in Bexar County. We enforce court-ordered community oversight conditions and provide the offender with a wide range of rehabilitation services and resources. The Central Magistrate's Office processes all arrests made in Bexar County that are class B or higher. Lucy Adame-Clark, Bexar County Clerk, Central Department of Civil Archives 100 Dolorosa, Suite 104 San Antonio, Texas 78205. The Bexar County CSCD is a professional criminal justice agency that provides services to the public under the authority of the criminal court system.
For information on how to obtain a marriage license, contact the Bexar County Clerk's Office at (2) 335-2221 or visit the County Clerk's website for information on marriage. There are 10 district courts, 13 county courts in law courts and 3 juvenile district courts in the Bexar County criminal justice system, where oversight staff are responsible for performing the functions indicated by the judge. Defendants have the opportunity to leave this facility on bail within a reasonable period of time without being transferred to the Bexar County Adult Detention Center. The Bexar County CSCD has 300 community oversight officers, assistant supervisors, supervisors and administrators. If you're looking to find out if an inmate has been transferred from the Bexar County Correctional Facility, you have several options available to you. You can contact the Sheriff's Office or visit their website for more information.
You can also contact the Central Magistrate's Office or visit their website for more information about arrests made in Bexar County that are class B or higher. Additionally, you can contact the Bexar County Clerk's Office or visit their website for more information about obtaining a marriage license.