Grant County, Arkansas, is one of a number of counties covered by the stateCOURTCONNECT system. Information on the COURTCONNECT system is available at http://arcourts.gov/administration/acap/courtconnect.CourtConnect grants public access to information on cases before the courts of Arkansas and may be highly useful for a Grant County arrest warrant search.
CourtConnect has two forms. The first is an internal database dedicated to courthouse use. To access the information in that section, users must have a valid login name and password. However, the public-use portion enables users to find out about court cases (including Grant County, AR cases) using the names of parties to the case or, if they have it, the case number, sometimes called court dockets numbers. Once the desired court case is found, researchers may view different data on the case, including things such as a list of documents filed in the case, other parties involved in the matter, and events (such as hearings or orders) that transpired in connection with the case. There may or may not be information in the CourtConnect system as to arrest warrants.
There are seventy-five counties in the state of Arkansas. Only twenty-four counties have full CourtConnect coverage. An additional twenty-six counties have partial information in the database. Thus, for arrest records searches and even outstanding warrant inquiries, Grant County is a bit easier to deal with compared to other uncovered counties in Arkansas. This is z useful tool good for a county that sees 187 reported crimes per year. Most Grant County crimes are property crimes, although almost 20 reported crimes per year are violent crimes such as rape and murder.
To use CourtConnect, go to its website, https://caseinfo.arcourts.gov/cconnect/PROD/public/ck_public_qry_main.cp_main_idx.While the site contains a list of documents filed in a case, no actual copies of the documents are on the site, and it is unclear how much information regarding actual arrests. There is a help page available for users experiencing trouble with the site.
However, if only information about Grant County AR active warrants is sought, the county sheriff’s office, which handles warrants, maybe the easiest source of information. The Grant County Sheriff’s Office is open from 8 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.The administrative office phone number is 870-942-5039, and the mailing address is 101 W. Pine St. – Room 1, Sheridan, AR 72150. There is also the sheriff’s Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/pg/Grant-County-Sheriffs-Office-140707543271150/.
Who should you contact if you need information about recent arrests and warrants in Grant County? (In the year 2021)
- To get information on outstanding warrants, contact the District Court at 870-942-3464.
- To get access to arrest records, contact the Sheriff’s Office at 870-942-5039.
- To inquire about victim’s services, call the Victim’s Advocate at 870-942-7799.
- To learn more about how to get criminal court records, contact the Clerk of Court’s Office at 870-942-2631.
Crime statistics of Grant County
Grant County’s yearly crime rate increased by 14% to 195 incidents in 2019. Of the cases reported, 28 were violent crimes. These included 3 rape cases and 24 violent assaults. Larceny-theft was the subject of almost 86 of the property crime complaints, while burglaries were the subject of over 50 of them.