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Ink fingerprinting is available Monday through Friday with a prior appointment. Appointments can be made by calling 512-943-1300.
There are a couple of options to locate your vehicle crash report.
Call 512-943-1300 and choose option 4:
If the accident was done by the Sheriff's Office, there is a request form to fill out and a $6 fee. You also must be involved with the crash in order to obtain a non-redacted copy of the crash. Call for options to complete these requirements.
If you are looking for a copy of your incident report, arrest report or incarceration verification, please call 512-943-1300 and push option 5.
If you have been told to put your request in writing, fill out the Open Records Request Form (PDF). Do not fill out this request unless you have been requested to do so as this could delay receiving your reports. You can email Open Records Division the request in to mail in the request, fax it to 512-943-1444, or bring it in person. You are not required to use our form, we just provide it to assist you in getting all the needed information to process your request.
Call 512-864-8282 and choose option 6.
Call 512-864-8282 and choose option 3.
Property that has been put into evidence (not jail property) is released by appointment only. Fill out the Evidence Request Form (PDF) so the evidence department can determine if we have the said property and if the said property is releasable. If we have it and it is releasable, an appointment will be made for you to come pick up your evidence.
The Williamson County Sheriff's Office has a kiosk in our foyer for citizens to safely and securely dispose of unused/unwanted or expired medications.
Accepted: Controlled substances, prescription medications, over-the-counter medications and pet medications.
Not accepted: Liquids, lotions, inhalers, aerosol cans, hydrogen peroxide, thermometers, needles (sharps) or medications from businesses or clinics.
You can call 512-943-1170 to report any activity you believe to be drug related or you can email the Drug Info Section.
If you notice a dead animal on the side of a county maintained road, please call Road and Bridge at 512-943-3330, and they will get it taken care of as soon as possible. They do not have the means to pick up large livestock nor will they go onto personal property. Animal Control nor Road and Bridge will pick up dead animals in your yard.