1) Arkansas Warrants and Most Wanted Directory. Search for criminal wants and warrants in Arkansas.
2) Free searches - listed below. Arkansas provides free access to a wide range of criminal record databases. Criminal court records are available for free, but not all counties provide complete information. Scroll down the page to search available county court records or click on “Arkansas Counties CourtConnect” to see what’s available statewide. We suggest that you also check the resources below for state and federal inmates, and the PACER federal criminal court record resource (an inexpensive service).
3) Arkansas State Police. Another option is to use the resource below for the Arkansas State Police (ASP) and order a statewide criminal history conviction check. Employers or with a professional licensing boards may do an online searches for $22. If you do not meet those conditions, you can still order a search on yourself or another individual, if you provide signed consent from the subject of the search. In that case, ASP requires a mail-in request and results are mailed back to you. Cost is $25. This does not include U.S. Federal Records, so we recommend a PACER search, and a check of federal inmates as well.
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Our Arkansas records include felony and misdemeanor court records statewide, Department of Corrections inmate records, and registered offenders. A search of Arkansas records only is $9.95, immediate results.
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