Searcy County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Arkansas Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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An arrest warrant search in Searcy County, AR can be done through any of the justice agencies that maintain legal jurisdiction over the area in one or the other sense. For instance, the county clerk’s office renders the essential service of records keeping by maintaining the court dockets database.

Similarly, the police have control over the law and order situation in the area and the magistrate’s office deals with handling criminal and civil matters including the issue of active warrants. In essence, all these three branches of the justice mechanism of the county are involved in the issue of active warrants and keeping the arrest records linked to various criminal matters.

The magistrate’s office has the job of deliberating over the evidence that has been collected by the police, which is presented in court by the sheriff’s office. Once, probable cause can be ascertained, the arrest warrant is promptly put into effect. While this procedure is being tackled, a representative of the county clerk notes down the happenings in the tribunal.

After arrests are made in connection with Searcy County outstanding warrants, information about them is relayed to the office of the magistrate and the county clerk through the return of the warrant. This gives the judiciary enough time to schedule the bail hearing and the arraignment. To get your hands on data pertaining to Searcy County detentions and active warrants, go to:

  • The police: 208 Factory Road, Marshall, Arkansas 72650
  • The judiciary: 200 South Hwy 27, Marshall, AR 72650
  • The clerk of court: PO Box 998, Marshall, Arkansas 72650

Between the two years, 2006-07, less than 50 crimes were reported in Searcy County, Arkansas, making this one of the safest areas of the state. However, the violent crime average was higher than that of most other counties at 20% of the annual index. Fortunately, there was a drop of nearly 700% in incidents of this crime type.