Van Buren County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

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Van Buren County Warrants and Arrest Records Search
If you want to get an arrest warrants search in Van Buren County done, you have things easy since the police and judiciary work on your side with provisions to find information on AR active warrants online. In fact, they are among the very few state agencies that offer this facility, so why not make hay while the sun shines and look for information on the crime history of people you know.
However, it would help to understand here that the website of the sheriff's department was not exclusively designed to be used for searching arrest records and outstanding warrants from Van Buren County. What is being offered is a list of the area's most wanted and another that shows all arrest warrants that have been recently released.
In other words, if you are looking for a name based inquiry, these provisions will be futile. However, you should certainly check them out before you launch a full blown inquiry into the active warrants issued in Van Buren. The most wanted list can be found at http://www.vbcso.com/wanted.php while the warrants page is available at http://www.vbcso.com/page.php?id=10&PHPSESSID=72409e2cc4f643aa5111bb632d501417.
Of course, you could always visit the state agencies mentioned below for your warrant search. There are three options available as you can see below. Each of these agencies will also offer other specifics apart from details on arrests and warrants. To connect with them, go to:

  • The office of the sheriff: 184 Detention Drive, P.O. Box 451, Clinton, Arkansas 72031
  • The court of the magistrate: 451 Main St, Clinton, AR 72031
  • The department of the county clerk: 451 Main Street, Suite 2, Clinton, Arkansas 72031

Van Buren County, Arkansas has a fairly low crime rate with 150 complaint reports being filed annually. Of this figure, about 7% of the cases are against violent crimes. Also, there was a growth of nearly 90% in the occurrence rates of this crime category. In comparison the rise in the figures of reported crime seem paltry at less than 40%.

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