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Baxter County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Criminal Statistics in Baxter County

According to the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting in 2018, there was a reduction in the crime rate from the previous year by 5%. While there was a total of 72 violent crimes in 2017, the total number of violent crimes in 2018 was 64, including 14 rapes, one robbery, and 49 aggravated assaults. Property crimes in 2017 amounted to 632, while in 2018, property crime reduced to 606, including 60 burglaries, 502 larceny thefts, 44 motor vehicle thefts, and three arsons.

What are Arrest Records in Baxter County?

In Baxter County, arrest records are documented reports of the events that led to the arrest of a subject allegedly involved in illegal activities within the County. The Baxter County Sheriff Department keeps these records. Arrest records are created right after a subject is apprehended by the law enforcement agency in the county. The report details the subject’s data, the name of the arrest warrant officer, the name of the arresting officer, details of the alleged crime, and the location of the arrest.

What are Baxter County Criminal Records?

Criminal records in Baxter County are the documents that show the history of a subject’s criminal activities, how the subject was arrested, detained, and convicted of the crime as charged in the county. These records are created immediately after a subject is guilty of the offense committed.

The details of the criminal records include; personal information, a physical description of the subject, arrest warrants, charges, conviction date, and time. In Baxter County, criminal records are also public records.

How to Find Criminal Records in Baxter County

Different agencies keep criminal records in Baxter County within the county. Since these records are regarded as public records, any interested resident of Baxter County can simply visit the Sheriff’s office or the office of Baxter Clerk of Circuit Court to access the records. The addresses of offices to obtain criminal records in the County are stated below:

Baxter County Sheriff Office
904 Hwy 62 West.
Mountain Home, AR 72653
TelePhone: (870) 425-7000
Fax: (870) 424-4048

Baxter County and Circuit Clerk
1st Floor, Baxter County Courthouse
1 East 7th Street,
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: (870) 425-3475
Email: canda.reese@baxtercounty.org

Other Police Departments where criminal records can be accessed in the County are:

Mountain Home Police Department
424 West 7th Street,
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: (870) 425-6336
Fax: (870) 425 6092

Gassville Police Department
204 South School Street
Gassville, AR 72635-8500
Phone: (870) 435-6439
Fax: (870) 435-6276

Cotter Police Department
P.O. Box 9, Cotter, AR 72626
TelePhone: (870) 435-2122
Email: CPD@infodash.com

Lakeview Police Department
14 Skyles Lane,
Lakeview, AR 72642
TelePhone: (870) 431-8744

At the state level, an interested person can also obtain criminal records from the Criminal Background Check System maintained by the Arkansas State Police. A requester should download the form, fill, and complete it. After that, the form can be submitted by mail to:

Arkansas State Police
Identification Bureau
1 State Police Plaza Drive
Little Rock, AR 72209
Phone: (501) 618-8500

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Baxter County

In Baxter County, all sex offenders are meant to register their names with the county as sex offenders. This is to protect the citizens as well as prevent the offenders from committing similar crimes. The information about sex offenders in the County can be gotten from the Department of the Sheriff. At the state level, the information can be gotten from the Arkansas State Sex Offender Registry. An interested person can search for offenders using their names or their location.

How to Visit an Offender in Baxter County Jail

An interested person can find information on how to visit an inmate on the county’s website. Baxter County Jail is situated at the address below:

Baxter County Detention Center
904 Highway 62 West
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: (870) 425-7000
Fax: (870) 424-4048

Where and How to Get Baxter County Inmate Information

Information about the inmates in the County’s detention Center can be found on the Inmate Roaster online. This information can also be obtained from the Sheriff Department. At the state level, a requester can obtain inmate information from the Department of Correction, Arkansas.

What are Baxter County Court Records?

In Baxter County, Court records are considered public records. They contain all information concerning trials and legal proceedings that took place within the county. Any interested person can have access to these documents. The County Clerk, who is also the Clerk of the Circuit Court, is charged with the responsibility of filling, maintaining, and disclosing vital records to relevant persons. Any interested person has the legal right to obtain access to court records in the county provided such individuals can present proof of eligibility. The address of the County’s Clerk is stated below:

Baxter County and Circuit Clerk
1st Floor, Baxter County Courthouse
1 East 7th Street,
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: (870) 425-3475
Email: canda.reese@baxtercounty.org

Location of All Courts in Baxter County

Baxter County Circuit Court
1 East 7th Street,
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: (870) 425-3475
Fax: (870) 427-5104

Baxter County District Court- Mountain Home Division
301 East Sixth Street #130 72653
TelePhone: (870) 425-3140
Fax: (870) 425-8470

Baxter County BriarCliff City Court
945 Scenic Drive,
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: (870) 491-5762
Fax: (870) 491-5772

Baxter County Cotter City Court
P.O. Box 9, Cotter, AR 72626
Phone: (870) 435-6326
Fax: (870) 435-2438

Baxter County Fourteenth Judicial Circuit- Division 1
100 North Main Street,
Harrison, AR 72601
Phone: (870) 741-2484

Baxter County Fourteenth Judicial Circuit-Division 2
301 E 6th St, Mountain Home, AR 72653
Judicial Circuit Court - Baxter County, AR
Phone: (870) 425-8625

Baxter County Fourteenth Judicial Circuit-Division 3
100 N Main St, Harrison, AR 72601
Judicial Circuit Court - Baxter County, AR
Phone: (870) 741-3800

Baxter County Fourteenth Judicial Circuit-Division 4
P.O. Box 785, Harrison, AR 72602
Judicial Circuit Court - Baxter County, AR
Phone: (870) 741-2102

Baxter County Gassville City Court
P.O. Box 28, Gassville, AR 72635
City Court - Baxter County, AR
Phone: (870) 435-6439
Fax: (870) 435-6276

Baxter County Lakeview City Court
14 Skyles Ln, Lakeview, AR 72642
City Court - Baxter County, AR
Phone: (870) 431-8744
Fax: (870) 431-8800

Baxter County Norfolk City Court
P.O. Box 239, Norfork, AR 72658
City Court - Baxter County, AR
Phone: (870) 499-5225
Fax: (870) 499-5224

Baxter County Salesville City Court
26 Gillispie St, Salesville, AR 72653
City Court - Baxter County, AR
Phone: (870) 499-5675
Fax: (870) 499-3035

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What are Baxter County Vital Records?

Vital records in Baxter County are documents that contain information such as birth, death, marriage, and death records. These records are considered vital records and are managed by the office of Baxter County and Circuit Clerk. In Arkansas, it is the primary responsibility of the Department of Health to keep and disclose vital records to interested and eligible citizens.

Where and How to Get Divorce Records in Baxter County

Divorce records in Baxter County are accessible at the office of the County and Circuit Clerk. Requesters should submit requests to the Baxter County Circuit Clerk and then provide information such as the names on the divorce record, the case file number, the date the divorce was granted, amongst other required information. The office of the County and Circuit Clerk is located at:

Baxter County and Circuit Clerk
1st Floor, Baxter County Courthouse
1 East 7th Street,
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: (870) 425-3475
Email: canda.reese@baxtercounty.org

Where and How to Get Marriage Records in Baxter County

Any interested person can obtain marriage records in Baxter County at the office of the County and Circuit Clerk. A requester can either send a mail to the office or visit the office to obtain access to the County’s marriage records. However, a requester must provide the couples’ names, maiden name inclusive. Such a person must also provide information about the marriage, the wedding date, the marriage license number, and all other information regarding the marriage.

The address of the County and Circuit Clerk is stated below:

Baxter County and Circuit Clerk
1st Floor, Baxter County Courthouse
1 East 7th Street,
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: (870) 425-3475
Email: canda.reese@baxtercounty.org

Where and How to Get Birth and Death Records in Baxter County

Both Birth and Death Records can be processed in Baxter County at the office of the County and Circuit Clerk. The record is also available at the state level via the Vital Records Division of the Arkansas Department of Health. A requester must meet the eligibility requirements of the state. However, if the requester cannot meet the requirements, such persons must obtain a court order to access either the birth or death record.

To obtain these records, a requester should download and complete the birth or death record Request Form. The completed form should be submitted alongside copies of ID requirements and a money order for the processing fee, which costs $12.00 for a certified copy and $10.00 for extra copies. Mail requests are to be directed to:

Arkansas Department of Health
Vital Records, Slot 44
4815 West Markham Street
Little Rock, AR 72205