Conway County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Arkansas Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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You don’t need a legal professional or an attorney to have an arrest record search carried out on someone in Conway County AR.Active warrants and arrest history are available to everyone via the Freedom of Information Act that was implemented to keep citizens informed about things that are going on within their government.
You can begin by visiting Conway County’s police department website for information regarding Conway County arrest warrants here at You can send an email or place a phone call to the officer, secretary and the lieutenant of warrants to inquire about outstanding or active warrants on a particular person.You can also visit the police department located at 1105 Prairie Street Conway Arkansas 72032 for copies of arrest records.
Since arrest warrants in Conway County are issued by the local judge and sometimes the Clerk of Court, you can visit the court house to access court dockets or case files. The Clerk of Court is located at 115 South Moose Street AR, 72210 and their office is open during the weekday.You can access court dockets via the county’s website at .
When using this website you will need the correct spelling of the individual’s name. Court dockets can reveal the statements of witnesses, jurors and other parties involved in a specific case. For a small fee you’ll also be able to acquire copies of these records.
Between 2001 to 2008, nearly three thousand crimes were reported to law enforcement agencies in the county. Out of those three thousand crimes, one hundred and thirty of them were violent. Based on this data, an estimated amount of three hundred crimes takes place each year in Conway County.In more recent times crime has risen almost by seventy percent. The number of violent crimes committed and reported has rose to over eighty one percent causing a significant and disturbing increase in crime rates.