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Rogers Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Rogers City Public Records?

Rogers City public records are documents created, received, or otherwise maintained by a public agency, which describes the agency’s performance of public functions. According to the act, public records may be writings, sound, video, or other records regardless of physical form. Arkansas law also states that records maintained by public employees are public records that should be available to interested requestors if the record is within the employees’ employment scope. However, there are several exemptions to public access under the Freedom of Information Act. The following are a few examples:

  • Preliminary notes, drafts, and intra-agency or interagency memoranda not usually retained by the agency for regular official functions, if preventing access serves the public interest better than disclosure
  • All or parts of personnel or medical files where disclosure would be an unnecessary invasion of privacy
  • Litigation records where the agency is a party or has made claims, until the final adjudication or settlement of the litigation or claim
  • Certain intelligence or investigative information, including security procedures of law enforcement agencies
  • Contents of real estate appraisals, including feasibility or engineering evaluations or estimates, created for the prospective acquisition of property, or award of a construction contract, until the completion of the acquisition or contract agreement
  • Taxpayer records received in confidence if disclosure would result in an unfair competitive advantage to the person that supplied the information
  • All records where a state or federal law prohibits disclosure
  • Personal worth statements or related financial data required by a licensing agency from an applicant

In addition to official sources, public city records may also be accessible from third-party websites. Record seekers may either opt to use these non-governmental platforms to search for a specific record or multiple city records. However, users will need to provide enough information to assist with the search, such as:

  • The address of the requestor
  • A case number or file number (if known)
  • The location of the document or person involved
  • The name of the subject involved in the record (not juvenile)
  • The last known or current address of the registrant

Third-party sites are not sponsored by government agencies. Because of this, record availability and results may vary.

Rogers City Crime Statistics

The Arkansas Crime Information Center publishes annual crime statistics received from law enforcement agencies in the state. According to the 2020 publication, the Rogers Police Department reported a total of 968 crimes. Specifics include 14 kidnappings or abductions, 58 forcible rape cases, 13 cases of forcible sodomy, 3 cases of sexual assault with an object, and 2 forcible fondling cases. Other reported crimes include 189 cases of aggravated assault, 331 simple assaults, and 358 reports of intimidation. In 2020, there were no reports for murder, negligent manslaughter, justifiable homicide, incest, statutory rape, or human trafficking. Compared to the total of 1,098 reported for Rogers City in 2019, the 2020 total shows an 11.8% reduction in crime reports.

Are Rogers City Criminal Records Public?

Rogers City criminal records are available on a case-by-case basis. Arkansas law restricts access to individuals requesting personal criminal history information, or requestors who meet certain conditions. Eligible persons must obtain signed written consent of the person named on the record.

Authorized persons may use the Online Criminal Background Check System provided by the Arkansas Department of Public Safety. Each online name-based request costs $11 for volunteers and $22 for other persons. Alternatively, requestors may complete the individual record check request form (ASP 122) with information about the subject of the record. Mail requests cost $25 each, payable via a check or money order made out to the Arkansas State Police. Residents may submit mail requests to the address below:

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

How to Obtain Rogers City Police Reports and Arrest Records

Anyone can request Rogers City arrest records or police reports from the city’s Police Department. Interested requestors should visit the Records Unit to provide details of the desired record. Required information may include the names of involved persons, relevant dates, the incident location, and a description of the incident. The Rogers City Police Department provides records free of charge if less than 20 pages, or 5 cents per page if more than 20 pages. Applicants should submit requests to the address below:

The Rogers City Police Department
1905 S Dixieland
Rogers, AR 72758
Phone: (479) 636-4141
Phone: (479) 636-1172
Hours: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Rogers City

The Arkansas Crime Information Center (ACIC) maintains an online Sex Offender Registry Search with public information on registered sex offenders. Anyone may search the registry by entering the offender's last or first name. Alternatively, residents may conduct area searches by entering city information, street name, zip code, and county. In addition, the registry allows users to view a list of all non-mappable offenders. Public information available on the website includes the offender's name, date of birth, sex, race, location, offense information, and physical descriptors.

How to Find Rogers City Inmate Records

Residents can find inmate records through the Inmate Roster provided by the Benton County Sheriff’s Office. Users can find Rogers City inmate records by providing a name, race, sex, custody date, arrest date, and release date. The registry shows inmate information such as a name, race, sex, date of birth, bond information, offense details, and a mugshot.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in the Rogers City Jail?

The Benton County Jail houses inmates from Rogers City. Interested persons may visit inmates by scheduling visitations online. Each inmate may receive 15-minute visits twice a week. All visits are electronic and may be remote or onsite. The jail’s visitation schedule is as follows:

  • Onsite: Monday through Friday - 8:00 am to 10:15 am, 12:00 am to 13:15 am, and 6:00 pm to 7:15 pm
  • Remote: 8:00 am to 10:15 am, 12:00 am to 13:15 am, and 6:00 pm to 7:15 pm

Trustees visiting the Benton County Jail are allowed longer hours to accommodate their schedules. Applicable hours are 5:00 am to 5:15 am, 8:00 am to 10:15 am, 12:00 pm to 5:15 pm, and 6:15 pm to 11:00 pm.

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What are Rogers City Vital Records?

Rogers City vital records are records of marriages, divorces, births, and deaths in the county. Residents can obtain copies of Rogers vital records from the Benton County Circuit Clerk’s Office, the Arkansas Department of Health, the Benton County Clerk’s Office, or the Benton County Health Unit. Interested requestors should also note that obtaining copies may require varying request fees. However, Arkansas law states that some vital records are not available to all members of the general public.

Where and How to Obtain Rogers City Divorce Records

Divorce records are obtainable from the Benton County Circuit Clerk’s Office. Persons seeking these records must provide the Clerk’s Office with details such as the divorced parties’ names, the date of divorce, and other known details. Parties should note that the Circuit Clerk’s Office may charge fees to provide desired copies. All persons should submit applications to:

Benton County Circuit Clerk
215 E. Central Avenue
Bentonville, AR 72712
Home: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Phone: (479) 271-1017

Residents can also request Rogers City divorce certificates from the Arkansas Department of Health. However, Arkansas law restricts access to the following:

  • Either party to the divorce
  • Either party’s child, parent, grandchild, or maternal grandparent

Eligible persons can submit in-person, mail, or online requests. For mail requests, each authorized requestor should complete a divorce coupon application with the names of both parties to the divorce, the date of divorce or dismissal, and the divorce county. Each party must also specify a relationship to the person named on the record and the reason for the request. Requestors must submit copies of acceptable identification.

Each record costs $10, payable by money order or a check made out to the Arkansas Department of Health. Online requests cost an additional $5 standard processing fee and a non-refundable identity verification fee of $1.85. In-person requestors may pay with checks, money orders, credit cards, debit cards, or cash. All in-person or mail requestors should submit requests to the address below:

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

Where and How to Get Public Rogers City Marriage Records

Record seekers may submit requests for Rogers City marriage records to the Benton County Clerk’s Office. Persons eligible to receive these records include parties to the marriage, and either party’s parent, maternal grandparent, child, or grandchild. Each request should contain the names of both parties, the marriage date, and the marriage location. All parties should send requests to:

Benton County Clerk
215 E. Central Avenue
Bentonville, AR 72712
Phone: (479) 271-1013
Hours: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Mondays through Fridays

Alternatively, record seekers may request Benton County marriage certificates from the Arkansas Department of Health. Eligible parties may submit requests online, in person, or by mail. All requests cost $10 per record. However, online requests cost an additional $1.85 identification verification fee and a processing fee of $5.

Each mail request requires a marriage coupon application completed with the names of both parties to the marriage and the date of marriage. The requestor should also include their relationship to either party named on the record, and state a reason for the request. Mail requestors should also include checks or money orders payable to the Arkansas Department of Health, as well as copies of acceptable identification. Processing may take up to 14 days.

Authorized persons may also visit the Arkansas Department of Health for in-person requests and pay using money orders, checks, credit cards, debit cards, or cash. Phone requests are possible by calling (866) 209-9482. All applicants should submit in-person and mail requests to the address below:

Arkansas Department of Health
Vital Records Section
Slot 44
4815 West Markham Street
Little Rock, AR 72205
Hours: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday

The Benton County government also provides an online Marriage License Search where all interested persons may search by providing either party’s full name and the marriage date.

Where and How to Find Rogers City Birth Records

The Benton County Health Unit in Rogers maintains birth records and issues copies to interested requesters. Under Arkansas law, Rogers City birth records are not open to members of the general public. Only the following persons may gain access:

  • The subject named on the record if at least 16 years old
  • The subject’s spouse, child, grandchild, mother, father named on the certificate, maternal grandparent, or legal guardian (with sufficient documentation)

Persons who meet Arkansas eligibility requirements may request online, by mail, or in person. Each Rogers City birth certificate costs a non-refundable $12 for the first copy, and $10 for each extra copy of the same record if requested at the same time. However, an online request costs an additional $1.85 identity verification fee and a $5 standard processing fee.

Each mail request requires a birth certificate application with the subject’s full name at birth, date of birth, place of birth, father’s full name, and mother’s full maiden name. The requestor should also include the subject’s original name in adoption cases, their relationship to the person named on the certificate, the reason for the request, and whether or not the subject is alive. Parties requesting by mail should enclose the completed birth certificate application, check or money order made out to the Arkansas Department of Health, and a copy of a valid ID as described on the application. Mail requests require processing time of between 10 and 14 days.

Alternatively, record seekers may request by visiting the Benton County Health Unit and paying with cash, checks, money orders, credit cards, or debit cards. Telephone requests are also available by calling (866) 209-9482. Mail and in-person requests should be forwarded to:

Benton County Health Unit - Rogers
1200 W. Walnut Street
Suite 2200
Rogers, AR 72756
Phone: (479) 986-1300
Fax: (479) 986-1373
Hours: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday
9:30 am to 6:00 pm on Tuesdays

Where and How to Find Rogers City Death Records

Rogers City death records are available at the Benton County Health Unit. However, only the following eligible persons can obtain these records:

  • The decedent's child, spouse, grandchild, beneficiary with proper documentation, maternal grandparents, mother, or father named on the birth certificate
  • A funeral home as permitted by law

The first copy of a Rogers City death certificate costs $10, while additional copies cost $8 each if ordered along with the first. However, online requestors will incur additional charges, including a $5 standard processing fee and an identity verification fee of $1.85. Record seekers may submit completed copies of the death certificate application to request by mail. Mail requests should also include money orders or checks made out to the Arkansas Department of Health and acceptable identification. Eligible persons may also request by calling (866) 209-9482 or visiting the Health Unit. All parties requesting by mail or in person may submit requests to the:

Benton County Health Unit - Rogers
1200 W. Walnut Street
Suite 2200
Rogers, AR 72756
Phone: (479) 986-1300
Fax: (479) 986-1373
Hours: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday
9:30 am to 6:00 pm on Tuesdays