Monroe County Arkansas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(333)Monroe County Police Departments
1st Judicial District Drug Task Force113 South Main StreetClarendonAR72029870-747-5411
Monroe County Police Departments
Arkansas Game And Fish Commission Law Enforcement - East Central Regional Office1201 U.s. 49BrinkleyAR72021870-734-4581
Brinkley Police Department233 West Cedar StreetBrinkleyAR72021870-734-3434
Clarendon Police Department270 Madison StreetClarendonAR72029870-747-3417
Holly Grove Police Department222 South SmithHolly GroveAR72069870-462-3422
Monroe County Sheriff Departments
Monroe County Sheriff's Office200 South Main StreetClarendonAR72029870-747-3811
Monroe County Sheriffs Office123 Madison StreetClarendonAR72029870-747-3811
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Warrant Records Are Important to Know

Warrant Records in Monroe County Arkansas are available to the public. A person can search for these records in one of two ways. The first is through the sheriff’s office in which case he or she will pay an administrative fee and obtain the records on an on-site location. The other way is through an online service which charges a small fee. However, this method will provide more detailed information and may also be able to supply more details about the person who has been accused.

Warrant Records in Monroe County are confidential and are only available to law officials. All warrant applications are handled with careful confidentiality so that confidential information cannot be released. Persons requesting these documents must also provide written permission from the person being accused in order to view the records.

In Arkansas, a warrant is an arrest warrant that has been granted by a judge. A judge is the one who decides if the person should be arrested. There are three levels of warrants. The first is the citation warrant which is effective only while the person is in jail. The second is the arrest warrant which is effective immediately.

Warrants that are issued by the magistrate are issued under the authority of a constable. When these warrants are issued the person arrested is notified that they are being arrested for an outstanding warrant. The person then has up to three days to respond to the arrest warrant. They can also be held in jail until the court hearing, usually within one day. Failure to appear at the court can result in the issuing of an additional warrant for the person.

The warrant records also show any traffic offenses that the person may have committed. This information is not given to the general public. A person who has been convicted of a crime is not allowed to apply for jobs unless they reveal this conviction. This is also true when applying for a marriage certificate.

The main reason for searching the records is to verify if a person is who they say they are. They can also help determine if a person has a criminal record. There are many reasons that a person may need to access this type of record. It may be needed for a job application or for other important purposes. Many times employers will perform a background check before hiring someone.