Enforcing State Laws
Our office works closely with all law enforcement agencies throughout Travis County, surrounding counties and the State of Texas on all warrants of arrest.
Precinct 2 Warrants Unit mails notices to all individuals with a warrant of arrest as a courtesy. If no response is attempted by the defendant to settle the warrant then the Warrant Division pursues all possible means available in locating and arresting the individual.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I make payments on a warrant?
No. Each warrant must be paid in full. Arrangements can be made to schedule paying multiple warrants in a timely manner but each individual warrant must be paid in full.
Who do I contact to pay and clear a warrant(s)?
Our County website has all the necessary information for paying and clearing warrants.
What should I do if I get a post card informing me that I have a warrant for my arrest?
Contact the Warrants Unit (512-854-4515) to get additional information on the procedures to follow for clearing the warrant(s).
What do I do if I get a business card informing me that I have a warrant for my arrest?
Contact the named deputy by telephone to get instructions on how to clear the warrant(s).
Do Deputy Constables collect warrant payments over the phone?
Yes, Deputy Constables or Clerks may collect payment(s) over the phone for any warrants. However, they may also refer you to make a payment(s):
1) In person at the Travis County Constable Precinct 2 office, located at 10409 Burnet Rd. Suite 150, Austin Texas, 78758
2) Online at the Travis County Constable Precinct 2:
What if I live outside of Travis County?
You can still be arrested. Deputy Constables have warrant arrest authority throughout the state of Texas. Deputies can, and do, travel to other counties for warrants issued from Travis County.
Can deputies only arrest at home?
No. Deputies can make contact with and arrest wanted individuals at home, work, school, or wherever.