Mississippi County Arkansas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(332)Mississippi County Police Departments
Blytheville Police Department201 West Walnut StreetBlythevilleAR72315870-763-4411
Mississippi County Police Departments
Dell Police Department407 2ndDellAR72426870-564-9030
Dell Police Department503 2nd StDellAR72426870-564-2659
Etowah Police Department4670 Arkansas 136EtowahAR72428870-531-2540
Gosnell Police Department307 South Air Base HighwayGosnellAR72315870-532-8545
Joiner Police Department209 U.s. 61JoinerAR72350870-537-4212
Keiser Police Department112 East Main StreetKeiserAR72351870-526-2300
Leachville Police Department116 Main StreetLeachvilleAR72438870-539-6713
Luxora Police Department204 North Main StreetLuxoraAR72358870-658-2629
Luxora Police Department102 North Main StreetLuxoraAR72358870-658-2233
Manila Police Department218 Baltimore AvenueManilaAR72442870-561-4437
Manila Police Department214 Baltimore AvenueManilaAR72442870-561-4437
Osceola Police Department401 West Keiser AvenueOsceolaAR72370870-563-5213
Mississippi County Sheriff Department
Mississippi County Sheriffs Office685 North Co Road 599LuxoraAR72358870-762-2243
Mississippi County Probation Department
Mississippi County Probation Department1351 East Co Road 732OsceolaAR72370870-563-5366
Mississippi County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Blytheville Police Department Accident Reports
Mississippi County Child Support Warrants
Mississippi County Most Wanted
Mississippi County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Mississippi County Police Records
Mississippi County Sex Offender Registry
Mississippi County Sheriff Website

Who Accesss Warrant Records?

Warrant Records in Mississippi County Arkansas are public documents that allow an individual to view a person’s arrest records, but not make it clear if the person is convicted or not. Most often, these documents contain a person’s name and state the date of arrest. A warrant can be for either a misdemeanor or felony offense, according to state law. The most serious cases involving warrants, however, occur when the person does not show up at their court date as scheduled and the warrants are carried out. In this case, the person will be notified by phone and have to show up at the courthouse to sign the warrant.

In Arkansas, a warrant can be filed against a person for any criminal activity, including murder, assault, arson, sex crimes, child molestation, kidnapping, rape, hit and run, auto theft, burglary, embezzlement, conspiracy, solicitation, vagrancy, loaning money or any other crime. If a person fails to appear at their court date as scheduled, they can face criminal charges for their failure to show up. People can find out if they have been accused or convicted of any crime, and more information can be found on sex offenders, which can help a person avoid being wrongly accused of a crime.

Within the jurisdiction of the Arkansas State Police, all warrants and arrests are listed on their website. Arrest records are considered public information. In some cases, they may be held confidential if a person is facing criminal charges, but they cannot be released without the written approval of the court. The records can also help a person determine if they have been accused of a crime and to see if they have been convicted, but they are not released.

Warrant records can help protect a person from the possibility of civil liability and safeguard assets and property. For instance, if a person is wrongly accused of a crime, they can be compensated for damages caused. Having a clean record can save a person’s job, provide access to credit, reduce a person’s risk of having a criminal background, and reduce the amount of risk that an individual is exposed to when working with children. There are many benefits to having a clean criminal record. In some cases, employers will hire individuals with clean records and give them promotions or raises over people with criminal activity on their records.

However, a person may be denied access to certain information or services based on their past. If a person has been accused of a crime, there may be additional requirements for employment, housing, etc. Before a person can obtain a free criminal history report, they will be required to submit their consent to an online search. The person’s name, address, sex, age, and date of birth are required in order to retrieve the records. Some records do not require a person to enter their information, but other records do.

Government offices often maintain warrant records in their databases. Sometimes these criminal records are accessible for free, while other times fees may apply. There are even some online sites that will allow you to search for warrant records. In most cases, all the information provided will be up to date and accurate.