Bradley County Arkansas Inmate Jail Records

Search For Inmates

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(7)Bradley County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Bradley County Jail & Sheriff107 MyrtleWarrenAR71671870-226-3491
Bradley County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Bradley County Sheriffs Office107 MyrtleWarrenAR71671870-226-3491
Bradley County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Bradley County Inmate Search & Jail Roster
Pretrial Jail Population9
Female Pretrial Jail Population
Male Pretrial Jail Population9
Total Jail Admissions678
Total Jail Population15
Female Jail Population
Male Jail Population9
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population7
Latino Jail Population1
Native Jail Population
White Jail Population1
Total Prison Admissions38
Female Prison Admissions7
Male Prison Admissions31
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions20
Latino Prison Admissions
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions17
Other Prison Admissions1

Jail Records – Search Online to See If Someone Has Been In Jail

Bradley County is located in Pulaskanda county in eastern Arkansas. This Arkansas county is one of the most populous counties in the state of Arkansas and ranks fifth amongst the states’ fifty largest counties. The demographic data reveals a steady increase in the number of citizens over the past five years because of the state’s booming tourism industry. Bradley County’s population, according to the most recent county population estimator, has grown by approximately 10% during this time.

Anyone who has committed a criminal offense can have his or her criminal records expunged or sealed from public access. In other words, Bradley County’s criminal court system does not maintain a repository of these records and as such they cannot be searched by anyone other than law enforcement officials. If you are looking for information on a specific person, you can conduct a search using the person’s name or the individual’s address. You will most likely have to pay for this information if you want access to it.

There are times when you need access to criminal records but you do not want to pay for it. In this case, you can make an application to access these files online for free. This means that you will not have to pay anything to obtain this information but you will have to provide some information that pertains to the person you want the information about. This can include the person’s full names, date of birth, social security numbers and any other relevant information that will help you narrow your search.

Another option is to pay a small fee to access to prison and jail records. The information from these types of records is far more detailed and up to date than the records that you can access online. You will still be required to pay for the records though because they are considered a public record and can be accessed by the public. This is different from records that are sealed because they are under seal for investigative purposes only. Criminal justice professionals utilize these sealed jail records on a regular basis for routine background checks and to check the status of potential clients.

When you use an online database, you will be able to obtain criminal records on anyone in the United States. These records will contain the person’s personal information as well as their conviction and sentences. You can also search for the person’s marriage records, which will tell you if they have been married before and who their spouse has married. If you are interested in checking the background of a potential employee, you can use this type of search to gather information on them.

Jail records can sometimes contain a lot of information that is not beneficial such as prior convictions for theft or assault. However, you can still get information on this information if you search for it. To do this, you will need the person’s original court records and you can then present them with an application for a criminal check. It is important to note that if this is done then you must provide this information voluntarily so you may not get your money back. However, if the person has never been charged with a crime before then there is no reason why you should not use this powerful investigative tool.