|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(367)Poinsett County Police Departments|
|Harrisburg Police Department||202 North East Street||Harrisburg||AR||72432||870-578-2530|
|Poinsett County Police Departments|
|Lepanto Police Department||113 Greenwood Avenue||Lepanto||AR||72354||870-475-2566|
|Marked Tree Police Department||1 Elm Street||Marked Tree||AR||72365||870-358-2024|
|Trumann Police Department||221 Melton Avenue||Trumann||AR||72472||870-483-6423|
|Trumann Police Department||211 South Melton Avenue||Trumann||AR||72472||870-483-6423|
|Tyronza Police Department||143 South Main Street||Tyronza||AR||72386||870-487-2168|
|Weiner Police Department||123 West 2nd Street||Weiner||AR||72479||870-684-2284|
|Poinsett County Sheriff Department|
|Poinsett County Sheriffs Office||1500 Justice Lane||Harrisburg||AR||72432||870-578-5411|
|Poinsett County Probation Department|
|Poinsett County Probation Department||401 Market Street||Harrisburg||AR||72432||800-578-4450|
|Poinsett County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Poinsett County Arrest Records|
|Poinsett County Child Support Warrants|
|Poinsett County Most Wanted|
|Poinsett County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Poinsett County Sex Offender Registry|
|Poinsett County Sheriff's Office Website|
The Basics About Warrant Records
Warrant Records in Poinsett County, Arkansas are considered public information and are available to anyone who requests them. These records consist of several different types of records as listed here. Any person can access these records to obtain information that is public record and will have to pay for the records. Anyone can carry out a search on any person or vehicle without needing a court order. There are several different types of people that can gain access to these records.
Searches can be conducted on a person for any criminal activity that took place in Poinsett County or anywhere else in the state. Warrants may be issued by a judge once the arrest is made. A warrant can be for an outstanding arrest warrant, failure to appear in court, failure to pay child support, or any other type of arrest warrant. These warrants will remain active until they are served with a court order by a law enforcement officer.
A person can access records on a person that has been arrested for murder, rape, armed robbery, drug trafficking, or any other felony. These records will reveal if the person was tried as an adult, were found guilty, or were not guilty. A person’s arrest record will also show if the person was convicted of a crime, or were arrested more than once for the same crime. It will also show if the person was on parole at the time of the arrest. If a person has been convicted of domestic assault, grand theft auto, burglary, hit and run, sex crimes, possession of illegal drugs, any jail time, drug convictions, or more than one felony or violation, then their records will also be detailed.
Warrant records are used in many aspects of life. A business will require potential employees to pass a background check. A person applying for a job may want to know if there are any outstanding warrants out for their arrest. Law enforcement will use the warrant records to check for outstanding warrants on their own person or someone they are involved with. Sometimes it is even used by employers to see if someone has lied about their own records!
Access to warrant records is very confidential. When a person has been arrested, their arrest report will remain sealed to prevent the general public from learning about the arrest. The clerk of court will be able to seal records at the request of the person who has been arrested, their attorney, or the police. However, these records are kept for a specific period of time depending on the state jurisdiction. If the person does not appear in court, the record remains sealed until the next court date.
Warrant records are available to anyone who needs them. You only need to know the person’s name, date of birth, address, and social security number. If you have any other information like place of employment, phone numbers, bank account numbers, or credit card numbers, you will have to provide this information in order to obtain the warrant. This means that you have to either hire a private investigator to conduct your search for you, or you can do your own search online by going to the various websites that offer to make this information available to you. However, most people prefer doing it themselves so that they do not have to pay an investigator.