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Faulkner County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Faulkner County Public Records?

The Arkansas Freedom of Information Act defines public records to include all records maintained by government agency offices during the conduct of public business. Public records may include tapes, film, writings, digital records, and other forms of data. Although the Arkansas FOIA provides broad access to most records, it allows for some exemptions. Record custodians may restrict access to records if they are found to contain protected information such as:

  • The identities of law enforcement agents working undercover in investigations.
  • Unpublished working papers, memoranda, and correspondence of supreme court justice, the attorney general, or the Governor
  • Grand Jury minutes
  • Unpublished reports of law enforcement investigations of suspected criminal activity.
  • Records containing information on security and risk assessments.
  • Confidential information such as reports of health facility inspectors or WIC records
  • Confidential plans or blueprints
  • Personal information of government employees may lead to an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy
  • Income tax records

In addition to official sources, public county records may also be accessible from third-party websites. Record seekers may opt to use these non-governmental platforms to search for a specific record or multiple county 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

Government agencies do not sponsor third-party sites. Because of this, record availability and results may vary.

Faulkner County Crime Statistics

The Arkansas State Law Enforcement Agency via the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program collates index crime data for all counties in the state and publishes annual reports of their crime statistics. The latest report in 2017 indicates that Faulkner County recorded four murders, 64 rapes, 19 kidnappings, 321 aggravated assaults, 1247 larcenies, and one incidence of arson.

Are Faulkner County Criminal Records Public?

Faulkner county criminal records are generally open to the public. The Arkansas State Police maintains an online criminal background check system for all counties in the state and allows authorized individuals to view and request these records. To access the online system, interested parties must have a subscription along with signed consent of the subject being searched. The search fee is $22 per search.

Alternatively, request for the state criminal background checks in person or by mail. By mail, send a properly completed request form, self-addressed return envelope, and adequate payment to:

Arkansas State Police
Identification Bureau
1 State Police Plaza Drive
Little Rock, AR 72209

A state-wide criminal background check costs $25 per search and $14.25 for each FBI fingerprint-based check request. Note that for an FBI check to be duly rendered, the fingerprint card of the requester must be submitted. For inquiries, call the state police at (501) 618-8500.

How to Obtain Faulkner County Police Reports and Arrest Records?

The Faulkner Sheriff’s Office provides incident and accident reports for members of the county. Arrest reports cost $2 each and accident reports cost $10 per report. Visit the office at the address below to obtain these reports:

801 Locust Street
Conway, AR 72032
Phone: (501) 450-4914

Cash, cashier’s checks, debit, and credit cards are all accepted. Note that personal checks are not accepted.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Faulkner County

The Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office maintains a free online sex offender list that provides general information of known sexual predators living within the county. Residents and non-residents can log online and view the list to find names and information about sex offenders in the county. Also, the Arkansas Crime Information Center provides a statewide sex offender search registry. Records seekers can search through the portal using a known first name and last name. Searches can also be filtered to reveal offenders using a specific county address or zip code.

How to Find Faulkner County Inmate Records

The Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office maintains an online jail roster to help citizens find individuals incarcerated in this facility. Interested parties can conduct searches using a known first or last name. Alternatively, record seekers may be able to obtain records by contacting the Faulkner County Detention Center, which is located at:

801 Locust Street
Conway, AR 72032
Phone: (501) 450-4995
500 A German Lane
Conway, AR 72034
Phone: (501) 328-4160

Inmate records typically provide general information such as the name of the inmate, booking number, booking date, and charges. In addition, friends and family can send money to inmates in the detention center by visiting the jail lobby kiosk, “online” or by mailing a money order payable to the inmate’s housing unit at either

500 South German Lane,
Conway, AR 72034
or
801 Locust Street,
Conway, AR 72034.

The jail lobby kiosk is available 24 hours a day and seven days a week. Note that convenience fee charges may apply for this option.

Court Records

The highest trial Court in Faulkner County is the Circuit Court. The clerk of court maintains records of the court, including civil, criminal, probate, and domestic relations records. The Courthouse and Clerk’s office are located at the following addresses:

Faulkner County Circuit Court
510 South German Lane
Conway, AR 72034
Phone: (501) 450-4911

Faulkner County Circuit Clerk
724 Locust Avenue
Conway, AR 72034
Phone: (501) 450-4911

The County also has a District Court which has jurisdiction over small claims, civil, criminal and traffic cases. The courthouse is located at:

Faulkner County District Court
810 Parkway Street
Conway, AR 72034
Phone: (501) 450-6112

Residents can visit or call the clerk to obtain records of the court. Also, the clerk maintains an online search portal in unison with other neighboring counties. Search for records using the person name, business name, case type, date, or case information. The search per name is $6. Copies of documents cost $6 for the first page and $2 for each additional page.

For in-person visits, the cost for certified copies is $5 per page and $0.25 for uncertified copies, respectively. Records seeker can obtain copies of the Court, using the unified court connect search portal. Alternatively, residents can inspect or obtain records by visiting the District Court Clerk. Copying fee is $0.50 per page for up to 10 pages and $0.25 per page for 11 pages and over. Certified documents cost $5 each.

Locations of Courts in Faulkner County

Faulkner County Circuit Court
724 Locust St, P.O. Box 9, Conway, AR 72033
Phone: (501) 450-4911
Fax: (501) 450-4948
District Courts in Faulkner County

Faulkner County District Court - Conway
810 Parkway St, Conway, AR 72034
Phone: (501) 450-6112
Fax: (501) 450-6184

Faulkner County District Court - Greenbrier
Greenbrier City Hall
11 Wilson Farm Rd, P.O. Box 415, Greenbrier, AR 72058
Phone: (501) 679-0538
Fax: (501) 679-0893

Faulkner County District Court - Guy
P.O. Box 12, Guy, AR 72061
Phone: (501) 679-4585
Fax: (501) 679-8907

Faulkner County District Court - Mayflower
2 Ashmore Dr, P.O. Box 69, Mayflower, AR 72106
Phone: (501) 470-0948
Fax: (501) 470-0543

Faulkner County District Court - Mt. Vernon
P.O. Box 126, Mt. Vernon, AR 72111
Phone: (501) 849-2323
Fax: (501) 849-2002

Faulkner County District Court - Vilonia
P.O. Box 188, Vilonia, AR 72173
Phone: (501) 796-2534
Fax: (501) 796-8189

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What are Faulkner County Vital Records?

Faulkner's vital records provide information on life events that occur within the county. Examples include divorce, marriage, birth, and death records. Vital records are typically maintained by the state department of health.

Where and How to Obtain Faulkner County Divorce Records

Divorce records are maintained by the Arkansas Department of Health. Certified copies of divorce records can be obtained in four ways — in person, by mail, online, or by calling toll-free phone numbers.

In-person, if eligible visit the Arkansas Department of Health’s vital records office located at:

4815 West Markham Street
Little Rock, AR 72205
Phone: (866) 209- 9482

This office is open during normal business hours, Monday through Friday. Proof of identification must be provided before a request is addressed. Certified copies cost $10 per copy, and payment may be by cash, cashier’s check, credit, and debit card.

By mail, order a certified copy of the divorce record by mailing in a completed application form, a check or money order made out to the Arkansas Department of Health, and a copy or copies of acceptable I.D. to:

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

Where and How to Get Public Faulkner County Marriage Records

Marriage records can be obtained from the Arkansas Department of Health using any of four options. Obtaining records in person, by mail, online, or by calling the office at (866) 209- 9482. To obtain a copy of a record in-person, eligible parties will need to visit the office location at 4815 West Markham Street, Little Rock to obtain certified copies of marriage records at $10 per copy.

By mail, complete and send the marriage application form along with proof of identification and the appropriate money order to the official mailing address already listed above in the divorce section. Online, access the Arkansas department of health online service. However, as with divorce records, this method is less economical.

Where and How to Find Faulkner County Birth Records

The Arkansas state department of health maintains birth records for the state. Interested parties can obtain copies of a record in person, online, by mail, or by calling the toll-free phone number. To obtain copies via mail, requesters will need to complete a birth application form and submit it along with proof of identification and appropriate money order or check to the:

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

Birth records cost $12 for the first copy and $10 for each additional certified copy. In addition, birth records are only issued to eligible persons, such as the subject named on the record (if 16 and older), the parents, children, spouse, grandchildren, and maternal grandparents.

Where and How to Find Faulkner County Death Records

The Arkansas Department of Health processes requests for death records. However, access to recent records is limited to only eligible persons, namely:

  • Mother or father
  • Child or grandchild
  • Spouse
  • Representative of the funeral Home

Residents can submit applications via mail, by sending a completed request form to the:

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

Mailed requests must be accompanied by a money order made out to the Department of Health. Requesters are also expected to include a copy of a valid government-issued I.D. Requests typically take 10 to 14 days to process.

Alternatively, local residents can submit applications in person by visiting the Vital Records office located at 4815 West Markham St. Little Rock, AR 72205. The office opens to the public from Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m and 4:30 p.m. Death records cost $10 for the first copy and $8 for each additional certified copy.