Prairie County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Arkansas Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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Depending on the amount of information that you need on your subject, the type of crime that this person was involved in and how you intend to use this data, there are two options to conduct an arrest warrant search in Prairie County, AR. You can use the most wanted list furnished by the sheriff’s office on their website or launch a regular inquiry through a justice agency.

Included in this fold are the offices of the sheriff, the magistrate and the clerk of court. If you do take the trouble of visiting one of these agencies in person or send in your request for information on active warrants and arrest records through mail, you will be given a significant amount of crime history data.

On the other hand, using the most wanted list means that you may not always find your subject on the webpage at http://www.prairiecountysheriff.org/and even if the face of this person does peer back at you from the screen, you will not get information on the Prairie County arrest records to his name.

This means that you although you will be told about any outstanding warrants against this person, you will not be able to get your hands on past crime history records. For a traditional inquiry on arrests and active warrants, you can go to:

  • The sheriff’s department: P.O. Box 1021, 200 Court House Sq. #101, Des Arc, Arkansas 72040
  • The magistrate’s court: 151 E Buchanan St, Prairie Grove, AR 72753
  • The county clerk’s office: Kark Building, DeValls Bluff, Arkansas 72041

Prairie County, Arkansas is one of the lowest crime areas of the state, with incident figures well within the 100 case limit. However, the violent crime rates of the region are higher than that of the other geographical divisions of NV at 15% of the total annual criminal activity. Unfortunately, the scenario may further deteriorate if the 60% rise in overall criminal occurrences is to be believed.