Cleveland County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Arkansas Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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There are several options available for conducting an arrest warrant search in Cleveland County, AR. Among your choices are various state departments and private agencies that collect data on arrest records and outstanding warrants from all parts of the country. However, before you take your pick, it should be noted that formal purposes like employment do call for the use of the services of an official state agency.

The Fair Credit Reporting Act requires companies that ask for background reports to furnish the results of the inquiry to the candidate and tell them about the agency that provided the information if it has had an impact on their chances of getting the job. Also, you will need a notarized background report for other official purposes like adoption and immigration.

On the other hand, searches for Cleveland County active warrants and arrest records are often launched to find crime history data on personal and professional acquaintances. For this, you can connect with a third-party agency. The advantage of going with such services is that you will find out about all arrest warrants issued across the country.

Also, the fact that you will be able to conduct the inquiry online is another plus. To use the services of a reliable private information vendor, use the form given on this page. If approaching a state agency for information on arrests and warrants better suits your requirement, go to:

  • The sheriff’s department: Cleveland Co Crthse, Rison, Arkansas 71665
  • The magistrate’s court: 20 Magnolia St, Rison, AR 71665
  • The county clerk’s office: 115 Moose Street, Morrilton, Arkansas 72110

Cleveland County, Arkansas, has an annual average crime rate of about 130 incidents. Of the criminal activity reported, only about 4% of the cases are connected to violent acts. The remaining instances of crime are property-related. On the whole, there has been a deterioration in the crime situation of the area, with a growth of 24% observed in reported crimes.