Williamson County Sheriff's Office
Williamson County, Texas
508 S. Rock St.
Georgetown, Tx 78626
Williamson County, Texas
Williamson County does NOT centralize all warrants. If the offense occurred inside the city limits then it's possible the Police Department may hold the original warrant.
The Williamson County Warrant Division does not accept payments on any warrants, however, the Issuing Authority or Williamson County Constables Offices may be able to collect money for those warrants that contain fine amounts.*
A person has a couple options to determine whether or not there is a warrant for their arrest.
The Warrants division is prohibited from giving out any information via email or by phone.
Download a copy of the application for permit. Complete it fully, and return it with the required fee to the address on the bottom of the form. You may also call the Alarm Unit at (512)-943-1340 and an application can be emailed, faxed or mailed via USPS, to you. You may stop by the Sheriffs Office and pick up an application. Your alarm permit will be returned to you in the mail. You do not have to post it in a front window, just know where it is in the event you must show proof of permit.
Permits cost $25.00 for two years and is renewed every other year. A renewal notice is mailed 30 days prior to the permit expiring.
First, call your alarm company and tell them the dates you will be gone and the name of the person you are leaving in charge of your home. Provide them with all the telephone numbers where that person can be reached. Be sure the person is fully trained on the use of your system and knows the codes to cut off and reset your alarm system.
The Williamson County Sheriff's Office maintains a separate unit for receiving and investigating complaints from citizens against Sheriff's Deputies, Corrections Personnel, and Civilian Employees. The Office of Internal Affairs is a separate unit, which reports directly to the Sheriff and his Executive Staff of Bureau Chiefs. Internal Affairs is a fact-finding entity, and its purpose is three-fold:
1. Protecting the Public: The public has the right to receive fair, efficient, and impartial Law Enforcement. Any misconduct by Sheriff’s Office personnel must first be detected, then thoroughly investigated and finally, properly adjudicated to assure the maintenance of these qualities.
2. Protecting of the Sheriff's Office: The Sheriff's Office is often evaluated and judged by the conduct of its employees. It is imperative the whole organization is not criticized because of the misconduct of a few. An informed public must have confidence that the Sheriff's Office honestly and fairly investigates and adjudicates all allegations of misconduct against its employees.
3. Protecting the Employee: Employees must be protected against false or misinformed allegations of misconduct. This can only be accomplished through a consistently thorough investigative process. Sworn statements submitted to the Internal Affairs Section are notarized and treated in the same manner as testimony in a court of law. Therefore, Aggravated Perjury statutes apply. However, the Internal Affairs Section will investigate any complaint regardless of how it is received.
The Office of Internal Affairs is in the Headquarters Building of the Sheriff's Office located at 508 S. Rock St., Georgetown, TX 78626. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Phone messages can be left any time after hours and will be returned, when employees return to work at (512) 943-1360, or 512-943-1398.
Contact may also be made by filling out a Quality Assurance Forms, or you can obtain the form from a uniformed deputy, supervisor, or Administrative Assistant.
Everyone likes a pat on the back when they do a good job. Williamson County Sheriff's Office employees are no different. Each year, the Sheriff's Office receives numerous employee commendations from the public, but for each one we receive, there are many more commendable acts that go unrecognized.
When you receive service from the Sheriff's Office you feel is worthy of commendation, we would like to hear about it. Call the employee's supervisor [if you know it] or the Office of Internal Affairs (512) 943-1360, (512) 943-1398. Or simply fill out the Commendation Form found on this site and mail it in or drop it off to any Sheriff's Office employee. You may also complete the form, save it, and email it to email@example.com.
Please include the information you can remember such as the employee's name, the address, date, or any other circumstances about the incident. The employee will be notified of your commendation as will his/her supervisor. A copy of your commendation will also be placed in the employee’s file.
Please feel free to contact the Office of Internal Affairs or a Patrol Supervisor if you should have a specific question or concern.
All complaints received by the Sheriff's Office are routed by the severity of the complaint. The most serious types of complaints are investigated by Internal Affairs, and involve allegations such as excessive force, any discharge of firearms, or serious rules violations such as insubordination. Complaints comparatively less serious in nature, such as rude behavior or improper procedure, are forwarded to the individual officer's division for investigation. In every case, the person making the complaint will be notified of the final disposition either by telephone, email or U.S. Mail.