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Hot Spring County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Hot Spring County Arrest Records?

Hot Spring County arrest records provide information on arrest incidents in the county and circumstances surrounding them. These records provide summaries or descriptions of apprehensions made by the Hot Spring County Sheriff’s Office or the police either as periodic reports of all arrests within a period or on individuals in the county.

The information contained in a Hot Spring County arrest record includes the sex, age/date of birth, physical description of arrested persons, as well as the place/time of arrest, incident number, arresting agency/agent name, and more.

Note: Hot Spring arrest records do not often contain conviction information and should not be accepted as proof of criminal involvements. The Sheriff's Office will only disclose arrest warrants on the requester.

Crime Statistics

According to 2017 crime statistics provided by the Arkansas State Police (ASP), Hot Spring County had a total of 1,339 recorded offenses in 2017, the most recent year with complete reports. This figure comprised 173 crimes against persons, 964 crimes against property, and 202 crimes against society. The crime breakdown revealed that out of the total offenses, the most frequent offense was thefts with 504 recorded incidents. Other crimes included four murders, eight robberies, 17 forcible/statutory rapes, 50 Motor Vehicle Thefts (MVT), 63 aggravated assaults, and 187 burglaries/B & E.

Contrarily, the arrest report of the same year revealed that the county has a total of 914 recorded arrests broken down by age into 892 adult arrests and 22 juvenile arrests. Arrest crimes were also grouped into 26 crimes against persons, 99 property crimes, 141 crimes against society, and 648 unclassified arrests.

What are Hot Spring County Criminal Records?

Hot Spring County criminal records are documents that contain comprehensive criminal history information gathered from different criminal justices in the county like courts, the Sheriff's Office, and county jail. Hence, the information contained in these records includes the subject’s Hot Spring arrest records, criminal charges, judgments, sentences, and incarceration status. There is no central depository of criminal information at the county level, interested persons will have to get separate information from the different agencies like police reports from the County Sheriff or Police conviction and criminal case/conviction records from the criminal division of the county courts. However, the Arkansas State Police is the state’s central depository of criminal information.

How Do I Get Hot Spring County Criminal Records?

The Arkansas State Police has a central database of criminal information obtained from Hot Spring County and other territories in the state. However, only a limited number of authorized entities can conduct background checks, this includes:

  • Government agencies
  • Licensing bodies
  • Health care providers
  • Education service cooperative or schools
  • Organizations bodies (on volunteers)
  • Third parties authorized with signed consent
  • The subject of the record

These parties can conduct background checks on the ARCH online system by logging in or signing up for an account with the Information Network of Arkansas or by mailing application forms, self-addressed envelope, and proper payment to:

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

Payments are accepted in check or money order made payable to the Arkansas State Police. Different categories of background checks require different requirements and fees. This includes:

  • Arkansas State name-based background check: $22.00 per request
  • Arkansas State name-based background check on volunteers: $11.00 per request
  • National/FBI fingerprint-based background check: $14.25 per request
  • National/FBI fingerprint-based background check on volunteers: $12.25 per request
  • ARCH System online background check: $24 per search

How to Find Hot Spring County Sex Offender Information?

The Hot Spring County Sheriff’s Office registers and maintains sex offender information in the county. This information is made public through the sex offender page of the Sheriff's website. The page has both a mapping and color-coded listings of convicted sex offenders in the territory. There are five colors used to represent the offender notification level, with red being the highest level (four). Clicking on an offender’s name will show the person’s address and provide more information like:

  • Full name
  • Employer details
  • Date of birth
  • Gender
  • Photograph
  • Physical description (hair and eye color, height, weight, and race)
  • Conviction details

Individuals can also conduct searches on the sex offender index provided by the Arkansas Crime Information Center.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Hot Spring County Jail?

To visit an inmate in the faculty, family and friends will have to call the jail at (501) 332-7410 or the Sheriff’s Office at (501) 337-7738 to schedule visits or obtain information about the visitation policy and schedules. The Hot Spring County Detention Center is located at:

1 Detention Lane,
Malvern, AR 72104.

Where and How to Find Hot Spring County Inmate Information?

The Hot Spring County Sheriff’s Office manages the operations of the Detention Center/Jail. Individuals can obtain inmate information by Contacting the Sheriff’s Office or Jail at:

Hot Spring County Sheriff’s Office
215 East Highland Street, #119
Malvern, Arkansas 72104
Phone: (501) 337-7738

Hot Spring County Jail
1 Detention Lane,
Malvern, AR 72104
Phone: (501) 332-7410

Requesters must be ready to provide the inmate's name, date of birth, or other identification details.

What are Hot Spring County Court Records?

Hot Spring County court records refer to documents provided by courts in the county to summarize administrative processes and judicial proceedings such as civil and criminal cases, decrees, affidavits, court orders, and other actions done in the court. These records may be in the form of electronic or paper files, dockets, audio or video recordings, transcripts, and so on.

Individuals can get these Hot Spring public records by sending mailed requests to the Circuit Clerk at:

210 Locust Street, # 4,
Malvern, AR 72104
Phone: (501) 332-7604

Persons can also make in-person requests during regular business hours. All requesters must be ready to provide information on the record or proceeding such as names of parties, date of filing, case number, or other identification details.

Location of All Courts in Hot Spring County

Hot Spring County Circuit Court
210 Locust Street,
Malvern, AR 72104
Phone: (501) 332-2281
Fax: (501) 332-2221

Hot Spring County District Court – Malvern
305 Locust Street, #201
Malvern, AR 72104
Phone: (501) 332-7604
Fax: (501) 332-3144

Hot Spring County District Court – Rockport
182 Military Road,
P.O. Box 442
Rockport, AR 72104

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What are Hot Spring County Vital Records?

Hot Spring County vital records refer to certificates or information on life events in the county documented by government departments locally or at the state level. Examples of these records include marriage licenses, birth certificates, divorce decrees, death records, and so on. However, most vital records in the county are closed to the public, as per state laws.

Eligible parties that can obtain these vital records include persons directly mentioned in the record, immediate family members, and third-parties authorized with signed consent or court order. All requesters will also have to describe the event and provide fees with the required identification.

Where and How to Get Hot Spring County Divorce Records

Records of divorces, annulments, or dissolution of civil unions are available at the courthouse where the event occurred. Individuals can get these records by sending mailed requests to the Circuit Clerk at:

210 Locust Street, # 4,
Malvern, AR 72104
Phone: (501) 332-7604

Persons can also make in-person requests during regular business hours. All requesters must be ready to provide information on the record or proceeding such as names of parties, date of filing, case number, or other identification details.

The Arkansas Department of Health also provides these records online or upon in-person or mailed requests. Persons should complete the divorce coupon application forms or divorce record request and submit them along with valid identification and fees to;

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

Coupons cost $10, while the department charges $15 for the first search or copy and $6 per additional copy. Third-party requesters should include signed authorization forms to mailed requests.

Where and How to Get Hot Spring County Marriage Records

The Arkansas Department of Health maintains records of marriages that occurred in the county. Individuals can request these records online, in person, via telephone calls, or mailed requests. Persons should complete the marriage coupon application forms or marriage record request and submit them along with valid identification and fees to;

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

Coupons cost $10, while the department charges $15 for the first search or copy and $6 per additional copy. Third-party requesters should include signed authorization forms to mailed requests. Individuals can also make requests locally to the County Clerk.

Where and How to Get Hot Spring County Birth Records

The Arkansas Department of Health maintains records of births for every county in the state. Individuals can request these records online, in person, via telephone calls, or mailed requests. Persons should complete the birth application forms and submit them along with valid identification and fees to;

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

The department charges $15 for the first search or copy and $6 per additional copy. Third-party requesters should include signed authorization forms to mailed requests. Individuals can also request for stillbirth records using the same process.

Where and How to Get Hot Spring County Death Records

The Arkansas Department of Health maintains records of deaths that occured in every county of the state. Individuals can request these records online, in person, via telephone calls, or mailed requests. Persons should complete the death application forms and submit them along with valid identification and fees to;

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

The department charges $15 for the first search or copy and $6 per additional copy. Third-party requesters should include signed authorization forms to mailed requests.