Pulaski County Arkansas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(371)Pulaski County Police Departments
Pulaski County Coroners Office201 Broadway StreetLittle RockAR72201501-340-8355
Pulaski County Police Departments
Pulaski Technical College3000 West Scenic DriveNorth Little RockAR72118501-812-2200
6th Judicial District Drug Task Force122 Broadway StreetLittle RockAR72201501-340-8000
Alexander Police Department15605 Alexander RoadAlexanderAR72002501-455-1895
Arkansas Forestry Commission Law Enforcement Division3821 West Roosevelt RoadLittle RockAR72204501-296-1940
Arkansas Game And Fish Commission Law Enforcement - Headquarters2 Natural Resources DriveLittle RockAR72205501-223-6300
Arkansas Highway Police - Little RockInterstate 30Little RockAR72201501-569-2469
Arkansas Parks And Tourism1 Capitol MallLittle RockAR72201501-682-7639
Arkansas State Capitol Police500 Woodlane StreetLittle RockAR72201501-682-5173
Arkansas State Hospital Department Of Public Safety4313 West Markham StreetLittle RockAR72205501-686-9524
Arkansas State Police - Headquarters1 State Police Plaza DriveLittle RockAR72209501-618-8000
Arkansas State Police Troop A1 State Police Plaza DriveLittle RockAR72209501-618-8282
Cammack Village Police Department2710 North McKinley StreetCammack VillageAR72207501-663-4593
Camp Robinson Police Department7200 Arkansas AvenueNorth Little RockAR72118501-212-5282
Fire Marshal Service624 South Chester StreetLittle RockAR72201501-371-4796
Jacksonville Police Department1412 West Main Street NorthJacksonvilleAR72076501-982-3191
Little Rock Police Department700 West Markham StreetLittle RockAR72201501-371-4621
Little Rock Police Department - Downtown Precinct300 East Roosevelt RoadLittle RockAR72206501-918-5100
Little Rock Police Department - Northwest Substation10001 Kanis RoadLittle RockAR72205501-918-3500
Little Rock Police Department - Southwest Substation6401 Baseline RoadLittle RockAR72209501-918-3900
Maumelle Police Department100 Millwood CircleMaumelleAR72113501-851-1337
North Little Rock Police Department200 West Pershing BoulevardNorth Little RockAR72114501-758-1234
North Little Rock Police Department - East Substation4609 East Broadway StreetNorth Little RockAR72117501-945-6938
North Little Rock Police Department - Eastgate Office622 East 19th StreetNorth Little RockAR72114501-758-9266
North Little Rock Police Department - Hemlock Courts Office400 North Palm StreetNorth Little RockAR72114501-945-6938
North Little Rock Police Department - Lakewood Substation2919 Lakewood Village DriveNorth Little RockAR72116501-812-2690
North Little Rock Police Department - Parkhill Office3427 North Magnolia StreetNorth Little RockAR72116501-753-8207
North Little Rock Police Department - Silver City Court Office401 West Markham StreetLittle RockAR72201501-753-1418
North Little Rock Police Department - South Substation512 Main StreetNorth Little RockAR72114501-376-3407
North Little Rock Police Department - West Substation3903 Camp Robinson RoadNorth Little RockAR72118501-791-2060
Sherwood Police Department2201 East Kiehl AvenueSherwoodAR72120501-835-1425
Sherwood Police Department Community Policing509 Wildwood AvenueSherwoodAR72120501-833-3568
Sherwood Police Department Community Policing10000 Brockington RoadSherwoodAR72120501-833-3922
Union Pacific Railroad Police1000 West 4th StreetNorth Little RockAR72114501-373-2296
University Of Arkansas Little Rock - Department Of Public Safety2801 South University AvenueLittle RockAR72204501-569-3400
University Of Arkansas Medical School Department Of Public Safety4301 West Markham StreetLittle RockAR72205501-686-7777
Pulaski County Sheriff Departments
Pulaski County Sheriff Northcenter District Office1 Beth DriveJacksonvilleAR72076501-835-7390
Pulaski County Sheriff Northwest District Office10403 Mundo RoadNorth Little RockAR72118501-803-4637
Pulaski County Sheriff Southcenter District Office10800 Arch StreetLittle RockAR72206501-888-8990
Pulaski County Sheriff Southeast District Office3924 Neely RoadLittle RockAR72206501-490-2209
Pulaski County Sheriff Southwest District Office25724 Kanis RoadLittle RockAR72223501-821-3976
Pulaski County Sheriffs Department Northside Booking315 West 29th StreetNorth Little RockAR72114501-791-7252
Pulaski County Sheriffs Office2900 South Woodrow StreetLittle RockAR72204501-340-6600
Arkansas County Sheriff's Office1 Sheriffs LnNorth Little RockAR72114800-383-6336
Pulaski County DEA Office
Little Rock Arkansas DEA Office10825 Financial Centre ParkwayLittle RockAR72211501-217-6500
Pulaski County FBI Offices
Little Rock Arkansas FBI Office2 Shackleford West BoulevardLittle RockAR72211501-954-7377
Little Rock Arkansas FBI Office24 Shackleford West BoulevardLittle RockAR72211501-221-9100
Little Rock Arkansas FBI Office10825 Financial Centre ParkwayLittle RockAR72211501-221-9100
Pulaski County Probation Department
Pulaski County Probation Department2679 Pike AvenueNorth Little RockAR72114501-324-9176
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What Are Warrant Records?

Warrant Records in Pulaski County Arkansas are important to have if you have reason to suspect a person of criminal activity. If arrested, a person will have a court date and their bail bond company will be forced to turn over documentation proving their identity to the court. If there is not enough evidence for them to show proof of identity, they cannot proceed with the arrest. These records would show whether the person has ever been arrested or convicted of a crime, and could help build a successful defense against charges.

To find out if a person has a criminal record, you will need to go to the court house and look through the public records database. This is the only place you can find these documents, because they are only stored electronically in the police station or county courthouse. This is the best place to start your search, but it is also the most expensive. Fees are only collected when the warrant is carried out.

Searching for a person’s criminal records is done by requesting a search warrant. This request is filed with the courts, and the court will provide an order for an investigator to follow the person’s location to collect the warrant. They will follow the person and if they find a warrant, they will then be forced to turn it over to the police station. If the investigator does not find anything after looking at the person’s place of residence, they will have to go back to the courthouse and try again.

A lot of people are concerned about these types of warrants. Since they never show up in the traditional records, many people think that they won’t be found. However, that is not true. If the person committed a crime in more than one county or state, they are much more likely to have several warrants issued for their arrest. The person could be living in hiding, so they will appear different from other person that has a warrant issued in their name.

Warrant records contain information on a person’s criminal history. They will also include details on arrests, charges, and time spent in jail or prison. These records can help a court date be set against a person, so that the person can be found and brought before a judge. They can also help someone who thinks they may have been the victim of a crime hire a lawyer, so they can get their day in court.

There are times when the warrants will be revoked, allowing the person to go free. However, in most cases, they are still in effect and serve as a legal document. People who have a warrant will not be allowed to possess a firearm unless they get a court order. If a person does not pay their outstanding warrant, they could spend years in jail, even having their capital made bail.

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