Bradley County Arkansas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(219)Bradley County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Bradley County Sheriffs Office107 MyrtleWarrenAR71671870-226-3491
Bradley County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Arkansas State Police Troop F1237 MyrtleWarrenAR71671870-226-3713
Hermitage Police DepartmentSouth Walnut StreetHermitageAR71647870-463-8477
Warren Police Department200 Alabama StreetWarrenAR71671870-226-3703
Bradley County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Bradley County Child Support Warrants
Bradley County Criminal Records
Bradley County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Bradley County Sex Offender Registry
Bradley County Sheriff & Collector Website

Accessing Warrant Records

Bradley County Arkansas has a rich tradition of serving as the seat of government for the entire Little Rock region. Although the county is predominately known as an Arkansas southern backwater, more people from the surrounding states visit on a regular basis. The population and political presence is representative of the rich cultural diversity that the state possesses. It is not surprising then, that much of the cultural and historical data related to the area can be found in the public records. Within the framework of these public records, warrant records are one of the most valuable pieces of information.

Warrant records have historically been very important to the work of law enforcement officers. From the early days of the nation’s inception, warrant searches were used to allow law enforcement officers to keep track of persons that were charged with committing crimes. In many cases these warrants would be used to aid local law enforcement in catching criminals. Warrant searches are still regularly conducted by law enforcement officers to aid them in apprehending criminals.

Wartime warrant requirements are different from those that are placed during certain periods of time. For instance, a person can be placed under a supervision warrant if he or she fails to appear during his or her court date. Another example of a post- statutory warrant is one that is filed by someone who fears that he or she may be kidnapped. A fugitive warrant is also a type of warrant. Regardless of the type of warrant that is being searched for, it remains a public record.

Warrant records are considered part of the public records because they are filed with the clerk of court in the county where the warrant was issued. These records are available for anyone to access online. Many times, they are available for free. If the person does not want to access the records personally, he or she may choose to make a confidential search. This means that the person will make a request for information about a specific person that is being monitored through a searchable public record database.

In addition to the above, public records also show the place where a person was born, has been married, had any financial agreements made, and more. Warrant records can be used as evidence in any legal proceedings. They may be used against the target of an investigation, or in a civil lawsuit. For this reason, it is important to have extensive warrant records so that any evidence of criminal activity is fully analyzed.

It is important to keep warrant records because they are readily available and searchable. This allows people to investigate the activities of other people. In addition, they can help a law enforcement agency arrest the suspect in a crime. They can also be helpful if there is reason to believe that a person has been using their real identity to obtain credit in your name or to apply for employment.

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