Public Safety Report System
PSRS Frequently Asked Questions
The FAQ document answers questions related to the system functionality, system customization, processes, bond modifications, and forms. Updated: 4/5/2022
PSRS Website and Multi-Factor Authentication
When you are ready to log into the PSRS for the first time, the system will prompt you to set up the multi-factor authentication application. The PSRS MFA First Time Setup document provides detailed instructions on how to do so with your phone. If you cannot access your phone please refer to the MFA Authentication (no phone) document.
To access the PSRS please visit: bail.txcourts.gov
Magistration and the PSRS
The PSRS Process document was created to help provide guidance on the system's order of events and how/where the system can be integrated into local processes. This document covers the system's involvement starting at the time an individual is processed after an arrest to the time the magistration is complete. Processes will vary depending on the location. Therefore, OCA encourages you to reach out to your local counterparts (law enforcement agencies/offices, jails, courts, etc.) and decide who will require access to the system.
District and County Court Judges
The PSRS District and County Court Judges document provides answers and guidance to the following questions:
- What does the PSRS do?
- When do I have to consider a public safety report generated by the PSRS?
- When do I have to submit a bail form?
- Are there training requirements imposed by SB 6?
DPS Offense Codes
The DPS offense codes are the offense options available in the PSRS. You can download that comprehensive list here.