Cleburne County Arkansas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(248)Cleburne County Police Departments
Greers Ferry Police Department8739 Edgemont RoadGreers FerryAR72067501-825-7172
Cleburne County Police Departments
Heber Springs Police Department1001 West Main StreetHeber SpringsAR72543501-362-8291
Quitman Police Department5 2nd StreetQuitmanAR72131501-589-3512
Cleburne County Sheriff Department
Cleburne County Sheriffs Office914 South 9th StreetHeber SpringsAR72543501-362-8143
Cleburne County Probation Departments
Cleburne County Probation Department1923 West Main StreetHeber SpringsAR72543501-362-3229
Izard County Probation Department110 Tulaka BoulevardHeber SpringsAR72543501-362-3229
Cleburne County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Cleburne County Arrest Records
Cleburne County Child Support Warrants
Cleburne County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Cleburne County Sex Offender Registry

How Can I Look Up Warrant Records?

What are Warrant Records? Well, a Warrant is simply an arrest made by a law enforcement officer for a crime. In other words, the Warrant gives the police the authority to arrest a person and take that person into custody without any charges filed against them. Warrants are a very serious matter and one that should not be taken lightly. In this article I will discuss what Warrant Records are and where you can find them in Cleburne County Arkansas.

A Warrant can be issued by either a judge or a jury. When a warrant is issued it becomes a public record. This means that anyone can look up the person’s warrant and see that they have been arrested for a crime. This can be very embarrassing and can cause a lot of embarrassment for the person who was arrested because no matter where they go, people will know they have been arrested.

If you are an employer you need to make sure you are keeping accurate records on your employees. You need to know if they have a criminal record and also check to see if they have a warrant out for their arrest. There are many reasons that a warrant may be issued for someone. It could be that the person is suspected of stealing from you want to make sure that they do not commit the crime again. Another reason could be that they just seem suspicious and a detective was sent to investigate them.

How can you find out if there is a warrant out for your person’s arrest? The easiest way to do this is to contact the local law enforcement agency that put the warrant out for your person. They will be able to tell you if they have any records on that person. If they do have records you will need to contact the county courthouse in the jurisdiction that the person lives in. In Arkansas, warrants can only be executed if there is probable cause to believe the person has committed a crime in the jurisdiction.

Probable cause refers to evidence that strongly suggests that the person has committed a crime in the jurisdiction. In Arkansas, if there is probable cause, the police officer must first search the person to see if they have committed the crime in their jurisdiction. If the officer finds that they have, then they shall execute a warrant of arrest. However, just because they have the authority to arrest, it does not always mean they had good reason to do so.

Warrant records also show if a person has a prior criminal background. If you are hiring someone and want to check up on them, you can easily find out if they have any warrants out for their arrest or another crime. A search of a person’s background can reveal any previous arrests and even sex offenses. This type of search is very useful in making sure that a person is safe to employ.