|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(439)Sevier County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Sevier County Probation Department||511 West Stillwell Avenue||De Queen||AR||71832||870-642-4092|
|Sevier County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Sevier County Sheriff's Office||137 Robinson Road||De Queen||AR||71832||870-642-2125|
|Sevier County Sheriffs Office||115 North 3rd Street||De Queen||AR||71832||870-642-2125|
|De Queen Police Department||220 North 2nd Street||De Queen||AR||71832||870-642-2213|
|South Central Arkansas Drug Task Force||115 North 3rd Street||De Queen||AR||71832||870-642-6100|
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How to Search For Warrant Records
Warrant Records in Sevier County Arkansas are available to the public through the courts. Warrant records are records of a person’s arrest and court proceedings under the state and federal constitutions. Warrant records also include records of civil cases and traffic offenses.
A warrant is a legal term that describes a temporary, legal document issued by a judge allowing an accused, generally a person, to be arrested on suspicion of a crime. In the state of Arkansas, a warrant must be signed by a judge and issued by a local law enforcement agency. The copy of the warrant must be served to the person whose name is on the warrant. If the person does not have reasonable access to the police, they are not able to see the warrant and cannot arrest the person on the basis of the warrant.
If a person doesn’t believe they have a warrant, it is possible to get one from the local law enforcement authorities themselves. To do this, you need to appear at the station where the judge may issue the warrant or the courthouse where the criminal activity took place. When you go to the police station, speak to an officer who will ask for information about the person you’re searching for. If they find out that you don’t have a legal right to the information, they are required by law to turn over your records to the state police.
In order to search for a warrant, you’ll need to have some personal details available. These include name, address and other relevant details. The records can usually be searched online, though you may still need to use a private investigator or a court official. However, online searches are fairly quick and easy.
Warrant records can also be searched online by using a service known as a background check website. These services are not exclusively available to government agencies, but to private organizations and individuals as well. By signing up with one of these sites, you’ll be able to look through millions of records. These background check websites work by purchasing all the public information they can find, so you should be able to access the records for free. This is important, as it helps remove the skewing and incomplete nature of some free background checks.
Once you’ve found the person you want to look up, all you have to do next is to enter the details into one of the online search boxes. A warrant record will then be generated and given to you. You can then either download the records directly from the website or print them off if you want. Whichever method you choose, the results should be immediately available. At that point, you’ll be able to see whether the person you want has a warrant out for their arrest – and if they do, you can then decide whether you want to go ahead and arrest them.