Sebastian County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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(438)Sebastian County Police Departments
12Th Judicial District Drug Task Force35 South 6th StreetFort SmithAR72901479-784-1554
Sebastian County Police Departments
Arkansas Game And Fish Commission Law Enforcement - Fort Smith Regional Office8000 Taylor AvenueFort SmithAR72916479-478-1043
Arkansas State Police Troop H5728 Kelley HighwayFort SmithAR72904479-783-5195
Bonanza Police Department200 Sherwood AvenueBonanzaAR72916479-638-8649
Central City Police Department1101 Arkansas 255LavacaAR72941479-452-6680
Fort Chaffee Police Department304 Church StreetBarlingAR72923479-484-2666
Fort Smith Police Department100 South 10th StreetFort SmithAR72901479-709-5100
Greenwood Police Department30 Bell RoadGreenwoodAR72936479-996-4119
Hackett Police Department102 North Main StreetHackettAR72937479-638-7365
Hartford Police Department26 Broadway StreetHartfordAR72938479-639-2219
Huntington Police Department122 East Broadway StreetHuntingtonAR72940479-928-4023
Lavaca Police Department103 South Davis StreetLavacaAR72941479-674-2605
Lavaca Police Department104 South Davis StreetLavacaAR72941479-674-2605
Louisiana State University At Alexandria University Police8100 U.s. 71Fort SmithAR72908318-473-6427
Mansfield Police Department200 North Sebascott AvenueMansfieldAR72944479-928-5700
University Of Arkansas - Fort Smith Police Dept425 North 51st StreetFort SmithAR72903
Westark Community College Security5210 Grand AvenueFort SmithAR72904479-788-7700
Sebastian County Sheriff Departments
Sebastian County Sheriffs Department301 East Center StreetGreenwoodAR72936479-996-2145
Sebastian County Sheriffs Office800 South A StreetFort SmithAR72901479-783-1051
Sebastian County DEA Office
Fort Smith Arkansas DEA Office30 South 6th StreetFort SmithAR72901479-783-6300
Sebastian County Probation Department
Sebastian County Probation Department805 Garrison AvenueFort SmithAR72901479-785-2664
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Knowing the Basics About Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Sebastian County Arkansas are maintained by the Arkansas State Police and is required to be filed with the State when asked. There are several types of warrants that you will need to know about if you are ever stopped by the police for suspicion of a crime. When the State Police asks for the records you will need to provide them with the names and addresses of all persons that are named in the warrant or arrest report. In most cases the person who is the subject of the warrant is informed of their arrest. If this is not the case the person who is the subject of the warrant can request to have it lifted.

Warrant Records in Sebastian County Arkansas

There are 3 categories of warrants that you will need to be aware of when it comes to criminal records in Sebastian County Arkansas. The first category is where there is an outstanding warrant out for your arrest. You can find out information on this warrant by contacting your local courthouse or law enforcement agency and requesting a copy of the warrant.

Another type of warrant is one that does not have anything to do with criminal activity but is a simply administrative order. These are commonly called an “unctions”. In most cases an order of this nature is given to keep someone from doing something. It may be a restriction on the person renting from you, or it could be that they are not allowed to have a certain type of access to a specific place. In some instances you may even be able to get information on criminal activity that the person has been involved in.

The final category is a summary of a person’s criminal history. This portion of the warrant is not always as detailed as the other two and does not give a whole picture of a person’s past. You will only know the severity of the crime that they are being accused of and any other criminal activity that they are involved in.

There are a number of reasons that people search through their warrant records. Most people do so because they want to check on a potential employee or check on a person that they have come across. In some cases the person may be accused of something that they did not commit. Also, some people may have a history of job fraud and want to make sure that they are not involved in any criminal activity. Whichever the case may be, it is nice to know that these records are available for public view.

If you are wondering what warrants are and why you would ever need to see one, then you should check back later. Until then, if you have any questions about your local jurisdiction’s warrant records you can contact the courthouse. In many instances you will be able to take the person into custody without any warrant at all. However, in some instances you will need to obtain a warrant if you wish to take the person into custody.