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Conway Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Conway, Arkansas Public Records?

According to the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), a public record is defined as data created or used by a governmental agency, a public official, or an employee. Records may exist as tapes, films, writings, recorded sounds, electronic or computer-based information. Conway city public records are open and accessible for inspection and copying during business hours from record custodians. However, not all records can be viewed by the public. Some examples of exempted records may include:

  • State income tax records.
  • The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, 20 U.S.C. 1232g, defines medical records, adoption records, and education records.
  • The site files and records are maintained by the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program and the Arkansas Archeological Survey.
  • Files that, if disclosed, would give an advantage to competitors or bidders.
  • Personnel records to the extent that disclosure would constitute an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy;
  • Personal contact information, including without limitation home or mobile telephone numbers, personal email addresses, and addresses of non-elected state employees, non elected municipal employees, non elected school employees, and non elected county employees, contained in employer records.
  • Materials, information, examinations, and examination answers used by boards and commissions to test applicants for licensure by state boards or commissions.
  • Military service discharge records or D.D. Form 214.
  • Records containing information relating to security for any public water system or municipally owned utility system, including analyses, investigations, studies, reports, recommendations, requests for proposals, drawings, diagrams, blueprints, and plans.
  • Undisclosed and ongoing investigations by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, Alcoholic Beverage Control Division, or Alcoholic Beverage Control Enforcement Division.
  • Information related to taxes collected by particular entities under § 26-74-501 et seq.
  • The date of birth, home address, email address, phone number, and other contact information of a person under the age of 18 at the time of the request made under this section from county or municipal parks and recreation department records.
  • Records pertaining to the issuance, renewal, expiration, suspension, or revocation of a license to carry a concealed handgun or a current or former licensee in accordance with Sections 5-73-301 et seq.
  • Electronic data information maintained by a disaster recovery system.

In addition to official sources, public city records may also be accessible from third-party websites. Record seekers may 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

Government agencies do not sponsor public records. Because of this, record availability and results may vary.

Are Conway, Arkansas Criminal Records Public?

The Arkansas Department of Public Safety is the custodian of criminal records provided by the Arkansas State Police. The department maintains an Online Criminal Background Check System, which gives access to only authorized entities/persons with a written consent signed to request certain criminal history information. Authorized entities/persons are charged $11 for name-based check requests for volunteers and $22 for name-based check requests when using the Online Criminal Background Check System. Authorized requestors must have an account with the information network of Arkansas (I.N.A.) to access the record online. Requesters without an account with I.N.A. can request the record by mail which costs $25 per request. The payment can be in the form of a money order or cheques made payable to the Arkansas State Police. Residents may submit mail requests to the:

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

How to Obtain Conway, Arkansas Police Reports, and Arrest Records?

Record seekers can obtain police and arrest reports from the Conway City Police Department (C.P.D.) patrol division. The division maintains an online platform where interested parties can request police reports. When using the online platform to obtain police reports, record seekers are required to enter the state and jurisdiction and either one of the following:

  • The report number.
  • Last name and date of the incident
  • Last name and street

Record seekers can also obtain police reports in person by visiting the following address:

POLICE HEADQUARTERS
1105 Prairie Street,
Conway, AR 72032
Phone: 911 (EMERGENCIES ONLY)
(501) 450-6120 (non-emergency)

How to Find Conway, Arkansas Sex Offender Information?

The Arkansas Crime Information Center (ACIC) division maintains the sex offenders' registry and makes it available to the public to access the records. Record seekers can search for sex offenders by address, city, county, zip code, or by name if applicable. Publishable sex offenders can be seen on the map address entered by requesters. Residents of Conway City can also get email and phone notifications of offenders. Residents must register with their email address to get updates on sex offenders' movements within the specified radius of the address submitted. Sex offenders who fail to present themselves for assessment are punishable by law.

How to Find Conway, Arkansas Inmate Records?

Record seekers can find and obtain inmate records from the Arkansas Department of Corrections. The agency offers an online Inmate Population Information Search tool to locate inmates within Arkansas. Record seekers can search by entering the A.D.C. number, county, first and last name of an inmate, facility, gender, offense category, criminal history, age, race and choose either to display inmates with photos or without photos and search to get inmate information.

Record seekers without accurate or complete inmate information can download the entire inmate database to search thoroughly for the inmate. The enhanced access fee will be $0.10 per record by the Information Network of Arkansas (I.N.A.). The file is updated and posted every Monday to be viewed by the public. To obtain inmate records, contact the Arkansas department of corrections at:

Division of Correction
6814 Princeton Pike,
Pine Bluff, AR 71602
Phone: (870) 267-6999

Division of Community Correction
1302 Pike Avenue, Suite B
North Little Rock, AR 72114
Phone: (501) 682-9510

Arkansas Correctional School
8000 Correction Circle,
Pine Bluff, AR 71603
Phone: (870) 267-6725
Fax: (870) 267-6731

Office of the Secretary
1302 Pike Avenue, Suite C
North Little Rock, AR 72114
Phone: (501) 682-3309
ADC.Public.Information@arkansas.gov
robin.smith@arkansas.gov

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Conway, Arkansas Jail?

Families and friends of inmates can visit inmates in the detention center. Inmates must have visitation rights to maintain high morale, preserve family life, and retain ties in the community once they are released. Visitors can visit inmates in three ways:

  1. Inmate video visitation
  2. Prepaid phone service
  3. In-Person Visitation

Inmate video visitation

Securus Video Visitation is offered for inmate video visits. Visitors must schedule a visit at least 48 hours before visit time. Inmates are allowed 30 minutes visit time which begins promptly at the start time, and visitors must be listed on the inmate's visitor record to be allowed entry into the facility.

Video visits are available during the following hours:

  • Monday through Friday from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m
  • Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m
  • The Supermax facility video visit hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday. Visits are not available on Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday.

The detention facility provides kiosks that are available for inmate video visitation during the set visit time. As of January 1, 2018, the cost of a video visit is $12.99 for 30 minutes. Visitors are prohibited from recording and photographing or risk having their visitation privileges suspended for one (1) year. Subsequent violations will result in permanent loss of visitation privileges. If an inmate is suspended from visits, all appointments will be canceled.

Inmate Prepaid Phone Service

Families and friends can reach out to inmates while incarcerated through SECURUS Phone Services. Visitors must be on the approved telephone list before an inmate can use the service. Family members and friends of inmates with past felony convictions cannot contact the inmate until after sixty (60) days of their release from confinement. To be on the approved list, visitors are expected to obtain and fill out a Visitation/Telephone Contact Request and authorization form from the inmate and not from staff members. Approval can be obtained from the warden.

Once approved, the Unit Visitation Clerk adds the visitor's name and phone number to the inmate's approved list. Excluding the inmate's attorney, telephone calls are limited to 30 minutes per call. All calls, except for those to an attorney, will be recorded. For application denial for telephone privileges, visitors can file an appeal by contacting the Director's office at:

Arkansas Department of Corrections
Division of Correction
6814 Princeton Pike
Pine Bluff, AR 71602
Phone: (870) 267-6200

In-Person Visitation

Visitors are to complete a visitation appointment form request which can be done online through mobile devices and computers or in person. The Arkansas department of corrections approves all pending requests. Only visitors who have their appointment approved and recorded on the visitation list will be allowed to visit an inmate.

Visitation rules

  • Inmates are limited to one (1) visit per month.
  • Inmates are limited to one (1) hour in length.
  • Visitors are prohibited from using the restroom only in emergency cases.
  • Inmates and visitors must wear a facemask for the duration of the visit to prevent the spread of covid-19.
  • Visitors are expected to stay in their vehicles outside the facility until 15 minutes before their visitation.
  • Visitors are subjected to a covid-19 test and must not have a positive test record within the last fourteen (14) calendar days.
  • Minor children (under age 18) are not permitted to visit inmates unless accompanied by an adult.
  • Visitors aged 12 and older must provide government-issued photo identification before being allowed entry into the facility.
  • Visitors are subjected to search for contrabands, and visitors are not allowed to bring in cell phones, penknives, cameras, food to the facility but visitors are permitted to bring in a small coin purse, billfold, identification, baby bottles, baby diapers, diaper wipes, car keys and jewelry (being worn).
  • Visitors are advised to follow the facility dress code. The facility does not allow halter-tops, tank tops, hats, shorts, mini-skirts/dresses, see-through clothing, leggings, jeggings, or camouflage attire.

Visitation Hours

1. Saturdays and Sundays will be designated visitation days for all routine visits.
2. There will be no visitation on holidays unless the holiday falls on a regular visitation day.
3. Hours for visitation will be from 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m., except as authorized by the Director.
4. All Class I inmates will be permitted weekly Sunday visits for a maximum of four (4) or five (5) visits a month, depending upon the number of Sundays.
5. All Class II, III, and IV inmates will be permitted two (2) visits a month, either the first and third Saturday of the month or the second and fourth Saturday of the month as determined by the Unit's schedule.
6. A maximum of four people, including children, are permitted each visit. Visitation is allowed for an inmate's spouse and all children, regardless of number. When a maximum of four (4) is reached, only two (2) permitted adult visitors may accompany the smaller children. It is the responsibility of visitors to keep youngsters under supervision. Failure to regulate and supervise minors is grounds for the visit to be terminated.

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What are Conway, Arkansas Vital Records?

Conway, Arkansas Vital Records contain information about life events such as marriages, divorces, births, and deaths. The Arkansas Department of Health, which keeps the records, can provide the requester with copies of Conway's vital records. Conway, Arkansas vital records become public after at least 100 years from the date of the record. The Arkansas Department of Health, on the other hand, will only issue certified or confidential copies of vital records to people who have a legitimate interest in the document. The requester will be required to provide a valid government-issued photo I.D. to obtain Convey vital records. In addition, before any copies of records can be obtained, requestors must pay any applicable fees.

The requester requesting vital records will visit the following address:

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

Where and How to Obtain Conway, Arkansas Divorce Records?

The Conway, Arkansas Circuit Clerk's Office maintains divorce records for the region. Interested parties must provide the Clerk's Office with information such as the names of the divorced parties, the date of divorce, the location of the divorce, and any other known details. Parties should be aware that the Circuit Clerk's Office may charge a fee for providing requested copies. The requester can obtain copies by mail, in person, and online. All applicants should send their applications to:

Justice Building
625 Marshall Street,
Suite 1100.
Little Rock, AR 72201
Phone: 501-682-940

Interested parties can also obtain divorce records from the Arkansas Department of Health by mail, in person, and online request. To obtain a divorce record via mail, the requester will fill out the divorce coupon application, which is also in Spanish, along with a copy of valid, acceptable identification to the Arkansas Department of health. A requester can get a divorce record in person by visiting the Vital Records Office of the Arkansas Department of Health located at:

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

Conway, Arkansas divorce record costs $10 for each copy and can be purchased with a money order or a check payable to the Arkansas Department of Health. Online requests incur an additional $5 standard processing fee as well as a $1.85 non-refundable identity verification fee. Checks, money orders, credit cards, debit cards, and cash may be used by in-person requestors. To order copies of divorce certificates over the phone, dial (866) 209-9482 and follow the instructions provided. The Arkansas Vital Records Office accepts debit and credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express) for orders placed over the phone,

Where and How to Obtain Conway, Arkansas Marriage Records?

In Conway, Arkansas, Marriage records are maintained by the Arkansas Department of Health. However, the state allows public access to all marriage records after 100 years from filed dates. Only the following eligible persons can access marriage records less than 100 years. These include married individuals named on the records, spouses, parents/guardians, and designated attorneys.

Interested parties can also obtain marriage records from the Arkansas Department of Health by mail, in person, and online request. To get a marriage record via mail, the requester will fill out the marriage coupon application along with a copy of a valid, acceptable I.D. to the Arkansas Department of health. The application form is also in Spanish.

To order copies of marriage certificates over the phone, dial (866) 209-9482 and follow the instructions provided. The Arkansas Vital Records Office accepts debit and credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express) for orders placed over the phone,

A requester can get a marriage record in person by visiting the Vital Records Office of the Arkansas Department of Health located at:

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

Conway, Arkansas, marriage record costs $10 for each copy and can be purchased with a money order or a check made payable to the Arkansas Department of Health. Online requests incur an additional $5 non-refundable processing fee as well as a $1.85 identification verification fee. Checks, money orders, credit cards, debit cards, and cash may be used by in-person requestors.

Where and How to Obtain Conway, Arkansas Birth Records?

In Conway, Arkansas, Birth records are maintained by the Vital Record Office of the Arkansas Department of Health. However, the state allows public access to all birth records after 100 years from filed dates. Only the following eligible persons can access birth records less than 100 years. These include:

  • The person named on the certificate (must be age 16 and older)
  • Specific relatives, such as (Mother, Father, if named on the certificate, Spouse, Child Maternal Grandparents)
  • Persons who have legal interests in the certificates (such as the registrant guardian)

Interested parties can also obtain birth records from the Arkansas Department of Health by mail, in person, and online request. To obtain a birth record via mail, the requester will fill out the birth coupon application along with a copy of a valid, acceptable I.D. to the Arkansas Department of health. The application form is also in Spanish.

To order copies of birth certificates over the phone, dial (866) 209-9482 and follow the instructions provided. The Arkansas Vital Records Office accepts debit and credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express) for orders placed over the phone,

A requester can get a birth record in person by visiting the Vital Records Office of the Arkansas Department of Health located at:

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

Conway, Arkansas, birth record costs $10 for each copy and can be purchased with a money order or a check payable to the Arkansas Department of Health. Online requests incur an additional $5 non-refundable processing fee as well as a $1.85 identification verification fee. Checks, money orders, credit cards, debit cards, and cash may be used by in-person requestors.

Where and How to Obtain Conway, Arkansas Death Records?

In Conway, Arkansas, Death records are maintained by the Vital Record Office of the Arkansas Department of Health. However, the state allows public access to all death records after 50 years from filed dates. Only the following eligible persons can access death records less than 50 years. These include:

  • The decedent's spouse
  • The decedent's child
  • The decedent's mother
  • The decedent's father (if named on the decedent's birth certificate)
  • The decedent's grandchild
  • The decedent's maternal grandparents
  • Academic research groups

Interested parties can also obtain death records from the Arkansas Department of Health by mail, in person, and online request. To get a death record via mail, the requester will fill out the death coupon application along with a copy of a valid, acceptable I.D. to the Arkansas Department of health. The application form is also in Spanish.

To order copies of death certificates over the phone, dial (866) 209-9482 and follow the instructions provided. The Arkansas Vital Records Office accepts debit and credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express) for orders placed over the phone,

A requester can get a death record in person by visiting the Vital Records Office of the Arkansas Department of Health located at:

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

Conway, Arkansas, death record costs $10 for each copy. Additional copies cost $8 order at the same time and can be purchased with a money order or a check made payable to the Arkansas Department of Health. Online requests incur an additional $5 non-refundable processing fee as well as a $1.85 identification verification fee. Checks, money orders, credit cards, debit cards, and cash may be used by in-person requestors.