In Texas, a non-disclosure requires all state and federal agencies to seal your record, so the public can ever see it. Law enforcement, jails, and the Department of Public Safety must seal your record and cannot disclose the offense to the general public. In order to receive a non-disclosure a Petition must be filed with a court that has jurisdiction requesting that all records pertaining to a specific offense be sealed. If the court finds a petitioner is entitled to a non-disclosure the judge will issue an Order granting the non-disclosure.