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Clark County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Clark County Background Information

Clark County can be seen in the state of Arkansas. The total population of Clark County in 20010 was 22,995. The current county seat is Arkadelphia.

It was formed in 1818.

It was named after William Clark, then Governor of the Missouri Territory, which included present-day Arkansas.

The Arkadelphia, AR Micropolitan Statistical Area includes all of Clark County.

Clark County Arrest Records

In Clark County, the authorities keep arrest records on every last crime. Every single crime in Clark County is split up into two sections in the crime report. The groups in question are violent crime and property crime. Property crimes can include things such as burglary, vehicle theft, and larceny. Robbery, aggravated assault, murder, and forcible rape make up the four main violent crime categorizations. In 2018, in Clark County, there were 45 violent and 256 property crimes. Clark County Sheriff’s Office can be contacted at:

Clark County Sheriff’s Office
406 South 5th
Arkadelphia, AR 71923
Phone: (870) 246-2222
Fax: (870) 246-3443

Clark County Criminal Records

Clark County records their criminal activity in the form of criminal records. These records cover murders, rapes, burglaries, arson, motor vehicle theft, assaults, and crimes of a sexual nature. In Clark County, criminal records are constantly updated. Residents of Clark County can use a search tool in order to get access to the records in question. Any individual on release or in jail can be searched for using the tool. Clark County legally keeps current sex offender registers. These consist of any offender living, attending school, working, or imprisoned in the Clark County area. This up-to-date register is then made available to the public, as is the fundamental right of anyone living in Clark County.

Residents of Clark County can therefore search for any sex offenders within a certain distance of their homes. Locals give a zip code and decide the radius of their search. All offenders within those coordinates will then be revealed to the Clark County resident. The search tools are not limited to location-based searches, though, as citizens can also lookup specific offenders. This includes any in prison or non-compliant offenders in Clark County.

Clark County Court Records

The criminal, civil, and family cases in Clark County are all supervised by the county courthouse. The court clerk maintains all Clark County court records. The Court of Appeals of Arkansas can analyze all contested decisions in the state. These 75 superior and trial courts across the 75 counties, including Clark County, are managed by the Court of Appeals. Clark County court records can be accessed at:

Clark County Courthouse
401 Clay Street
P.O. Box 576
Arkadelphia, AR 71923
Phone: (870) 246-4281
Fax: (870) 246-1419

NOTE - Standard records can be delivered to the requesters by fax, email, or mail. Nevertheless, any official or licensed records in Clark County can only be delivered via mail.

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Clark County Public Records

In Arkansas state, documents called vital records are kept on each individual resident within the jurisdiction. These reports hold a person's most important milestone life events. Marriages, divorces, births, and deaths are all reported in these vital files. These document files are sometimes compiled by individual counties, such as Clark County. The state requires some counties to collect and send copies of the files.

In Arkansas, marriage records are currently amassed by every last individual county clerk. Marriage records in Clark County are kept at the Arkansas Department of Health. Vital records may include birth certificates, death certificates, divorce decrees, marriage licenses, divorce certificates, marriage certificates, and more. All vital state records, including those from Clark County, are located in one central registry. Statistical analysis can be carried out regarding the records.

Any public record can be copied and accessed by residents in Clark County. The Arkansas Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) 1967 gives the general public in Clark County this fundamental right. The most recent change to the Act came in 2017. Clark County public records can be obtained at:

Clark County Clerk’s Office
401 Clay Street
Courthouse Square
Arkadelphia, AR 71923
Phone: (870) 246-4281
Fax: (870) 246-1419

NOTE - Clark County has a variety of rules that must be followed when obtaining records. Clark County requesters must get hold of records between 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. CST from Monday to Friday. Those looking to request files must also bring some form of photo identification. State IDs and driver's licenses will do just fine. All Clark County requests for public records must be put in writing.