FRAUDULENT COLLECTIONS ON WARRANTS
Don't fall victim for any fraudulent activity!
It has been brought to our attention that people are being called by Officers and attempting to collect money on warrants.
PROCESS OF A WARRANT:
A Deputy will NEVER call and ask for money to collect on a warrant. If a warrant is issued, a deputy will actually appear on your door step, and show you the warrant. You will either be brought before the Judge, Arrested or some warrants may give you the option to go online and pay your fines.
Being contacted by the Justice of the Peace Office Court Clerk, we will have your case numbers and information as well as give you all your options to resolving your case.
DPS's Failure to Appear / Failure to Pay Program
This site contains information on violators who have been reported by Texas cities and counties in accordance with Chapter 706 of the Texas Transportation Code. If you have been reported to the program, you will not be able to renew your Texas driver license until the reported violation is resolved with the reporting court.
In order to access your information, you will need your Texas driver license number and your date of birth. Entry of your license number and date of birth will give you a listing of the reporting court as well as the docket number and other information on the offense. Scrolling over the court name will give you the mailing address and phone number for the court. You will need to contact the court to resolve the Offense. If you have been reported by more than one court, you will have to contact each court. Search.
This site is maintained by OmniBase Services of Texas for the Failure to Appear/Failure to Pay Program. This site contains no information on other Department of Public Safety programs. If you have questions about license suspensions, or other driver license issues, you will need to contact the Department of Public Safety at (512) 424-2600 or Customer Service. For information concerning Driver Responsibility surcharge payments or to set up an installment agreement, please contact the Municipal Services Bureau at 1-800-688-6882 or email@example.com. Surcharge payments can now be made online at www.txsurchargeonline.com.