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Hempstead County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Hempstead County Background Information

The state of Arkansas is home to Hempstead County. The total population of Hempstead County in 2010 was 22,609. Hope is the current county seat in Hempstead County.

It was formed in 1818.

It was named for Edward Hempstead, a delegate to the U.S. Congress from the Missouri Territory, which included present-day Arkansas at the time.

Hempstead County Arrest Records

In Hempstead County, the authorities keep arrest records on every last crime. Hempstead County crimes are split up into violent crimes and property crimes. 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. There were 75 violent and 392 property crimes in Hempstead County in 2018. Hempstead County Sheriff’s Office can be contacted at:

Hempstead County Sheriff’s Office
312 South Washington
Hope, AR 71801
Phone: (870) 777-6727
Fax: (870) 777-1903

Hempstead County Criminal Records

Hempstead 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. The records of criminals in Hempstead County are consistently up to date. In order to get access to the records in question, Hempstead County locals can use a search tool. Anyone on release or in jail can be searched for using the tool. Hempstead County legally keeps current sex offender registers. Each individual offender living, working, attending school, or incarcerated in the Hempstead County area must be on this list. This register is accessible by the public in Hempstead County.

Inhabitants living in Hempstead County can use tools to search for any offenders in the area. A given zip code acts as the focal point of a resident's search. All offenders within those coordinates will then be revealed to the Hempstead County resident. The search tools are not limited to location-based searches though, as locals can also lookup specific offenders. Results include all offenders, even those in prison or non-compliant.

Hempstead County Court Records

The county courthouse oversees all civil, family, and criminal cases in Hempstead County. The court clerk safeguards court records in Hempstead County. The Court of Appeals has the power to oversee any lower court case in which one party appeals in Arkansas. The Court of Appeals oversees all contested decisions made at the 75 county superior and trial courts, including in Hempstead County. Citizens in Hempstead County can acquire court records at:

Hempstead County Courthouse
400 South Washington
P.O. Box 1420
Hope, AR 71802
Phone: (870) 777-2384
Fax: (870) 777-7827

NOTE - Ordinary records in Hempstead County can be sent by mail, email, or fax. Nonetheless, any official or accredited records in Hempstead County can only be delivered via mail.

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Hempstead County Public Records

Each resident in the state of Arkansas has vital records kept on them. All important life events are recorded in these reports. These records could comprise marriages, divorces, deaths, births, and more. Hempstead County, and other counties in Arkansas, assist in the collection of these vital records. The state requires some counties to collect and send copies of the files.

The county clerk in Hempstead County is in charge of amassing all marriage records. The Arkansas Department of Health stores these records. The most important vital records are birth certificates, death certificates, divorce decrees, marriage licenses, divorce certificates, marriage certificates, and more. One central registry is used to store all vital records, including those from Hempstead County. Statistical analysis can be carried out regarding the records.

In Hempstead County, locals can access and copy these vital records because they are situated in the public domain. Hempstead County residents have the right to access these records since Arkansas passed the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) in 1967. Changes to the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) came in 2017. Hempstead County residents can obtain copies of public records at:

Hempstead County Clerk’s Office
400 South Washington
Hope, AR 71801
Phone: (870) 777-2384
Fax: (870) 777-7827

NOTE - There are a variety of rules that need to be followed in order for Hempstead County requesters to obtain records. The office is only open between 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. CST from Monday to Friday. Those looking to request records must also bring some form of photo identification. Examples include state IDs or driver's licenses. Requesters must also put their public record requests in writing in Hempstead County.