Lookup Inmates in Johnson County, Texas. Results May Include: Criminal Records, Arrests, Booking #, Mugshot, Facility, Release Date, Name, Alias, DOB, Warrant #, Charges, Issuing Auth, Offense Date, Bond/Type, Fine/Crt Costs, Disposition.

Johnson County Information
Johnson county was established in 1854 and has a total area of 734 square miles. As of the 2010 census, the population was 150,934. Cleburne is both the county seat and the largest community. A Texas Ranger, politician and soldier by the name of Middleton Johnson is the county’s namesake.

Henry Briden, the first settler in the county, constructed his log cabin on the Nolan River and it is still standing today and can be viewed from Highway 174 in Rio Vista.

The area codes in use for this county are 469, 682, 917, 972.

Sheriff’s Office
Sheriff Adam King has his office at 1102 East Kilpatrick Street, Suite A in Cleburne Texas 76031. The phone number is (817) 556-6058.

Sheriff King’s duties include:

  • Serves as a licensed peace officer and is responsible for enforcing the criminal laws of the state.
  • Manages and operates the county jail.
  • Provides security for the courts.
  • Serves warrants and civil papers.
  • Regulates bail bondsmen in counties with no bail bond board.

    County Courthouse
    The Honorable Roger Harmon is the county judge and he can be reached by phone at 817-556-6360. And his office is at the Johnson County Courthouse. The address is 2 North Main Street in Cleburne, Texas 76033. His email address is countyjudge@johnsoncountytx.org.

    The county judge handles such widely varying matters as hearings for beer and wine license applications, hearing on admittance to state hospitals for the mentally ill and mentally retarded, juvenile work permits and temporary guardianship for special purposes. The judge is also responsible for calling elections, posting election notices and for receiving and canvassing the election returns. The county judge may perform marriages.

    A county judge in Texas may have judicial responsibility for certain criminal, civil and probate matters – responsibility for these functions vary from county to county. In those counties in which the judge has judicial responsibilities, the judge has appellate jurisdiction over matters arising from the justice courts. The county judge is also head of civil defense and disaster relief, county welfare and the judge prepares the county budget along with the county auditor or county clerk.

    County Jail
    The county jail is located at 1800 Ridgemar Dr. in Cleburne, Texas 76031. And the phone number is 817-556-6000.

    The Johnson County Correctional Facility has been expanded three times under this administration starting with 311 beds. In 2000, another 176 were added. In 2006, an additional 288 were made available for a total of 775. In 2010, another 96 beds were added bringing the total beds to 871. Soon, a fourth expansion will be added totaling a holding capacity of more than 1,000 beds

    Visitation information follows:
    Johnson County Sheriff’s Office inmate visitation can now be scheduled by computer, smart phone, or by coming to the Johnson County Jail and using our visitation kiosk. Registration and scheduling of facility visits can be completed online. Visitors must arrive and sign in 15 minutes before their visit is scheduled to begin. All visitations must be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance and can be scheduled as many as 7 days in advance. Once you register at the above website there is information that addresses common concerns, such as dress code, visitation hours, and allowable items. If you have further questions you may contact the help desk at 817-556-6001 for further assistance.

    Johnson County Probation Department
    Probation officer’s are appointed to investigate, report on, and supervise the conduct of convicted offenders on probation. Items to bring to the Probation Office include: employment verification (a pay stub), residence (a lease, copy of a utility bill, etc.), community service record log, counseling or meeting attendance, all personal drug prescriptions, medical condition documents, and immigration registration among other things.
    Office:Johnson County Probation Department
    Location:102 East Kilpatrick Street, Cleburne, Texas, 76031
    Phone:817-556-6880
    Fax:817-556-6877
  • Johnson County Jail Statistics
    Number of Persons Confined447
    Avg Daily Population476
    Name of new facilityCORRECTIONS III
    Full time payroll114
    Full time total employees114
    Total salaries and wages3030222
    Other operating expenditures1383039
    Total construction costs5744831
    Equipment, furnishings, etc287385
    Year of original construction1989
    Year of major renovation2000
    Name of new facilitynot applicable

    Address: 1800 RIDGEMAR CLEBURNE TX 76031

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