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Lonoke County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Lonoke County Arrest Records?

Lonoke County arrest records are records containing information about persons arrested in the county and details of the arrests. These records include details on the offenders, such as names, dates of birth, charges, case numbers, and addresses. The Lonoke County Sheriff's Office maintains arrest records in the county.

Crime Statistics

Crime data published by the Arkansas Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) program in 2018 showed that Lonoke County recorded 153 cases of aggravated assaults and 563 cases of simple assault. 1 murder, 17 instances of kidnapping, 31 forcible rape, 22 forcible sodomy, and 8 forcible fondlings were other significant crimes reported within the county.

Comparing this data with the previous year, which was 2017, there is a 3.08% decrease in the crime rates in Lonoke County, as a total of 1238 offenses were recorded in 2017 and 1201 crimes in 2018.

What are Lonoke County Criminal Records?

Lonoke County criminal records are records of offenses committed by persons in Lonoke County. The Lonoke County Sheriff's Office retains criminal records for the county while the Arkansas State Police Department maintains criminal records for the entire state.

How Do I Get Lonoke County Criminal Records?

Access to Lonoke County criminal records is granted online and by mail. The Online Criminal Background Check System, managed by the Arkansas State Police, provides criminal records online. Interested parties must subscribe to gain access to the system. Applicants sending criminal records requests by mail will have to fill the request form and pay a $25 for each copy. The completed form, proof of payment, and a self-addressed stamped envelope is sent to:

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

How to Find Lonoke County Sex Offender Information

The Arkansas Crime Information Center (ACIC) manages the Sex Offender Registry, the central repository for sex offenders. Lonoke County sex offenders can be searched by names, addresses, cities, county codes, or zip codes. Photos of sex offenders are only available on request.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Lonoke County Jail?

In Lonoke County, arrested offenders are incarcerated at the Lonoke County Detention Center. Visitors to this facility are required to fill an application form mailed to them by inmates. Visitors with prior criminal cases will not be allowed to visit the facility. The detention center visitors require a government-issued ID and must be 18 years of age or above. A parent or legal guardian must accompany visitors under 18 years. Inmates' visitation in Lonoke County is done via a kiosk.

When visiting the Lonoke County Detention Center;

  • Do not wear transparent clothing
  • Do not wear clothing showcasing ammunitions or lauding a gang
  • Wear skirts or shorts with mid-thigh length or longer
  • Wear sleeves with length half-way to your elbow or longer

For inmates of the Arkansas Department of Corrections located in Lonoke, visitation is permitted on Saturdays and Sundays from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. The facility also allows visitors to have phone and video visitations in the comfort of their homes. They need to fill out the visitation application mailed to them by the inmates.

Where and How to Find Lonoke County Inmate Information

Lonoke County Sheriff's Office operates an online database where information about the county's inmates is obtained. The database provides information about current inmates in the Lonoke County Detention Center as well as detainees released in the last 48 hours. Interested individuals can search for an inmate by name or by date.

What are Lonoke County Court Records?

The Lonoke County Circuit Clerk Office files and maintains records of court proceedings, dockets, orders, summons, warrants, judgments, and injunctions. These records are accessed by querying the office. A written request for Lonoke County court records should be sent to;

301 North Center Street
P.O. Box 870
Lonoke, AR 72086-0870

Location of All Courts in Lonoke County

Addresses and contact details of courts in Lonoke County are;

Lonoke County Circuit Court
301 N Center St,
P.O. Box 870,
Lonoke, AR 72086
Phone: (501) 676-2316
Fax: (501) 676-3014

Lonoke County District Court - Allport
P.O. Box 58,
Humnoke, AR 72072
Phone: (501) 275-3580
Fax: (501) 275-0099

Lonoke County District Court - Austin
P.O. Box 129,
Austin, AR 72007
Phone: (501) 941-2648 ext. 4
Fax: (501) 843-0124

Lonoke County District Court - Cabot
208 N 1st St,
Cabot, AR 72023
Phone: (501) 843-8908
Fax: (501) 843-8168

Lonoke County District Court - Carlisle
120 W Main St,
P.O. Box 49,
Carlisle, AR 72024
Phone: (870) 552-3436
Fax: (870) 552-1188

Lonoke County District Court - England
110 NW 2nd St,
P.O. Box 249,
England, AR 72046
Phone: (501) 842-3904
Fax: (501) 842-1936

Lonoke County District Court - Lonoke
107 W 2nd St,
Lonoke, AR 72086
Phone: (501) 676-3585
Fax: (501) 676-2500

Lonoke County District Court - Ward
Ward Municipal Complex
405 Hickory St,
P.O. Box 237,
Ward, AR 72176
Phone: (501) 605-0339
Fax: (501) 941-4699

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What are Lonoke County Vital Records

Lonoke County vital records are documents of life events in the county. These include marriages, divorces, births, and deaths. The Lonoke County Health Unit maintains these documents for the county while the Arkansas Department of Health maintains vital records for the entire state. Copies of these records are available by qualified individuals online, by mail, or in person. Arkansas state law restricts access to vital records that are less than 100 years.

Where and How to Get Lonoke County Divorce Records

Lonoke County divorce records requests can be made at the Arkansas Department of Health’s Vital Records Office, and it costs $10 to obtain a copy. Acceptable forms of payment are cash (in-person requests), check, or money order. Copies of these records can be obtained by mail or by visiting the office in person. Only the individuals named on the certificate and close relations are qualified to receive these records. Requests by the mail should include a completed Divorce Coupon Applications, payment, copies of photo IDs. Submit requests to;

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

Where and How to Get Lonoke County Marriage Records

Lonoke marriage records can be obtained at the Arkansas Department of Health’s Vital Records Office at $10 per copy. Records copies are available by mail or walk-in. Walk-in requests can be fulfilled the same day if the requester possesses a valid identification and other required information.

Mail-in requests take about 10-14 days to process. Requestors must fill the request form, make payments via check or money order, provide copies of a government-issued ID and send to;

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

Where and How to Get Lonoke County Birth Records

The Arkansas Department of Health’s Vital Records Office disseminates copies of birth records for Lonoke County. Copies of these records are available for $12 for the first copy and $10 each for subsequent copies. Eligible persons to receive these records are the named individuals (must be aged 16 or above), close relatives, and legal guardians. Requests can be submitted by mail or made in person. All applications require applicants to provide valid photo IDs. Mail requests should include Birth Certificate Applications and proof of payment. Submit requests to;

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

Where and How to Get Lonoke County Death Records

Lonoke County Death Records cost $10 for the first copy and $8 for each successive copy from the Arkansas Department of Health’s Vital Records Office, which maintains them. Spouses, parents, grandparents, and children of the deceased are eligible to receive death records. Copies of records can be requested by mail or in person. Filled Death Certificate Applications together with copies of photo-IDs, and checks or money orders are mailed to the office located at;

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