Leary Sheriff Records Search

See Leary TX Sheriffs and search free public sheriff records. Sheriffs are law enforcement officers which enforce laws and keep public order. Sheriffs are usually elected by their regional counties.


Bowie County Sheriff's Office 1000 James Bowie Drive New Boston TX 75570 11.2 miles from Leary 903-628-6818


Miller County Sheriff's Office 2300 East Street Texarkana AR 71854 11.8 miles from Leary 870-774-3001

Little River County Sheriff's Office 351 North 2nd Street Ashdown AR 71822 14.9 miles from Leary 870-898-5115

Cass County Sheriff's Office PO Box 180 Linden TX 75563 32.7 miles from Leary 903-756-7511

Lafayette County Sheriff's Office 5 Courthouse Square Lewisville AR 71845 36.9 miles from Leary 870-921-4252

Hempstead County Sheriff's Office 312 South Washington Street Hope AR 71801 37.8 miles from Leary 870-777-6727

Howard County Sheriff's Office 101 Isaac Perkins Blvd Nashville AR 71852 38.7 miles from Leary 870-845-2626

Sevier County Sheriff's Office 115 North 3rd Street De Queen AR 71832 40.1 miles from Leary 870-642-2125

Morris County Sheriff's Office 502 Union Street Daingerfield TX 75638 42.1 miles from Leary 903-645-2232

Mccurtain County Sheriff's Office 200 North Central Avenue Idabel OK 74745 46.2 miles from Leary 580-286-3331

Titus County Sheriff's Office 304 South Van Buren Avenue Mount Pleasant TX 75455 48.9 miles from Leary 903-572-6641

Red River County Sheriff's Office 500 North Cedar Street Clarksville TX 75426 49.5 miles from Leary 903-427-3838

Marion County Sheriff's Office 102 West Austin Street Jefferson TX 75657 49.7 miles from Leary 903-665-3271

Pike County Sheriff's Office 305 Industrial Park Drive Murfreesboro AR 71958 51.6 miles from Leary 870-285-3301

Nevada County Sheriffs Department 215 East 3rd Street South Prescott AR 71857 52.9 miles from Leary 870-887-2616

Camp County Sheriff's Office 203 Tapp Street Pittsburg TX 75686 54.4 miles from Leary 903-856-6651

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About Sheriffs

A sheriff is an elected law enforcement official for a county. Sheriffs usually have policing jurisdiction over unincorporated areas of the county, though in some states, sheriffs have jurisdiction throughout the state.

In many locations, the sheriff also runs the county jail.

The sheriff keeps records on criminal arrests, incidents reported to the sheriff, traffic collision reports, and other records. Many of these records are available to the public.