|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(364)Perry County Police Departments|
|Perry Police Department||108 Johnson Street South||Perry||AR||72125||501-662-4571|
|Perry County Police Departments|
|Perryville Police Department||613 Fourche Avenue||Perryville||AR||72126||501-889-2862|
|Houston City Police||2087 Arkansas 60||Houston||AR||72070||501-759-2536|
|Perry County Sheriff Departments|
|Perry County Sheriff's Office||105 Fourche Avenue||Perryville||AR||72126||501-889-3309|
|Perry County Sheriffs Office||106 South Oak Street||Perryville||AR||72126||501-889-2333|
|Perry County Probation Department|
|Perry County Sheriff's Office||106 South Oak Street||Perryville||AR||72126||501-889-2333|
|Perry County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Perry County Arrest Records|
|Perry County Arrest Warrants|
|Perry County Child Support Warrants|
|Perry County Most Wanted|
|Perry County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Perry County Sex Offender Registry|
|Perry County Sheriff's Office Warrants|
|Perry County Sheriff's Office Website|
What are Arkansas Warrant Records? Warrant Records in Perry County, Arkansas are considered public information and are designed to serve the public whenever there is the requirement of law enforcement officials for a person or a group of people. A warrant is an order by a judge that authorizes a law enforcement official to arrest a person or a group on suspicion of committing a crime. If a warrant is present, the person is immediately arrested and taken to jail. Any time an arrest is made, the person’s name will appear on the warrant.
There are different types of warrants. First, a general warrant is one that doesn’t have specific details as to what it is. It will say that if this person fails to appear in court on the date or time specified, they will be arrested. Another type of warrant is called a specific warrant, which has more detail as to what should happen if the person does not show up. Finally, a civil warrant is just a standard warrant that can be used by any state or local government officials when they want to arrest someone for a specified crime.
So what are some of the places you can search for the warrant? You can search a person’s criminal history in several different ways. First, you can go to the local courthouse in your county and request a copy of their past warrant records. This might require you to go to the court house and fill out an application. You must then wait for a couple weeks while the clerk indexes the documents. Once you find the records, you can then go online and search them through an online criminal records search engine.
You can also search a person’s background in several different ways. You can do a national search on the Internet to see if there are any warrants out for a person. Then, you can use an online records search to see if a person has a criminal history. A national search can take longer because it requires many different records from various states.
How are warrant records determined? If a police officer suspects that a person has committed a crime, he or she will write a warrant for the person’s arrest. The warrant will give the police authority to arrest and detain the person. Once the person is arrested, the warrant will be served to his or her parents or legal guardians. If the person does not have a place to hide, the warrant will be served to anyone who is aware of the person’s whereabouts.
Warrant records will contain the name of the person who was arrested as well as his or her address, arrest date, and the crime the person was arrested for. They will also contain the reason why the warrant was issued, and the name of the arresting officer. If you need to see these records, you will need to go to the local courthouse to apply for an arrest warrant.