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Miller County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Criminal Statistics

The Arkansas Crime Information Center (ACIC) compiles crime statistics annually from local law enforcement reports. According to statistics compiled between 2014 and 2017, the county recorded a total of 1,002 arrests. In 2017, the county arrest rate was 783.34 per 100,000 residents. In comparison with the national average of 739.02 per 100,000 people, the arrest rate was 6% higher. In that same year, Miller county recorded 24 violent crimes and 319 non-violent crimes. The most common crime committed in the county, according to records, was larceny/theft with a total of 180 arrests, followed closely by burglary and motor vehicle theft.

Criminal Records

The Arkansas State Police maintains all criminal background records and authorizes public access to these records. According to the Freedom of Information Act FOIA from 1967, members of the general public may access these records on request with the individual’s name and date of birth, for a fee. The state mandates the need for written consent from the subject before running a background check. The inquirer has the option of requesting these records by mail or by setting up an account. If the request is done via mail, the inquirer has to request these records by filling and completing the Arkansas Background Check Request form.

Mailing address:

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

Miller County Sheriff's Office
2300 East St
Texarkana, Arkansas
Phone: (870) 774-3001
Fax: (880) 778-7834
E-mail: tbutler@millercountyso.us

Texarkana Police Department
100 N Stateline Ave.
(903) 798-3130

How to Find Sex Offender Information

Inquirers can find Miller County Sex offender information using the ACIC’s Sex Offender Registry. Searchers will need details such as the offender's full name, street name, city name, county, and zip code to run searches on this platform. Locally, such information can simply be acquired by contacting the Sheriff’s office because the county does not maintain an independent sex offender registry. However, the county maintains a list of most wanted criminals within its jurisdictions. Residents may also subscribe to receive phone or e-mail notifications of sex offender activities close to them.

How to Visit an Offender in Miller County Jail.

The Miller County Sheriff oversees the operations of the Miller County Jail located at:

Miller County Detention Center
2300 East Street
Texarkana, AR
Phone: (870) 774-3001
Fax: (870) 779-7081

Inmates detained at the facility are allowed to be visited by friends and family during scheduled visitation hours: Wednesdays and Thursdays, from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.. These visits are scheduled based on the first letter of the inmate's last name.

Visitation Policies

  • All adults visiting inmates at the facility must provide a valid photo identification to be granted access.
  • No more than two adults and children are allowed to visit at a time.
  • All visitors must be conservatively dressed in no revealing clothing.
  • All visits are 15 minutes in duration.
  • All mails to inmates in the facility should be in the form of postcards except legal mail.

Mailing Address:
Inmates Name
c/o Miller County Detention Center
2300 East Street
Texarkana, AR 71854-8023

The mail must include a return address with the sender’s full name and address.

Inmates can also be visited via video visitation. This provides the visitor with fewer limitations than the facility visits. Inmates may also receive emails. Finally, family members can fund a detainee’s account via the following means:

  • Dropping off a money order to the facility information desk. The inmate’s name must be written on the money order.
  • Family and friends can utilize the Tiger Commissary Kiosk machine in the facility lobby. This service is available 24 hours daily.
  • Cash is not accepted; therefore, family and friends can mail money orders to an inmate.

Miller County Detention Center
2300 East Street
Texarkana, AR 71854-8023

  • Finally, an inmate’s account may be funded online using Tiger Deposit.

Where and How to Get Inmate Information

Miller County detention center does not have an online inmate roster. However, inmate information can be acquired by calling the jail facility directly for inquiries.

Phone: (870) 779-3611.

All jails and prisons maintain records of inmates in their facility. Hence, an inquirer may access inmate information by contacting the holding facility.

Other facilities in Miller County include:

Miller County Juvenile Detention Center
2200 Banks Rd
(870) 773-3776

Texarkana Regional Correction Center
305 East 5th Street
(870) 779-3939

Inquirers may also contact the Sheriff’s office for more information on inmates detained at the county jail.

Miller County Sheriff’s Office:
Address: 2300 East Street,
Texarkana, AR 71854-8023
Phone: (870) 774-3001
Fax: (870) 779-7834

Finally, inquirers could use Arkansas's Department of Correction platform to run online searches for prison inmates through the website.

Miller County Court Records

Court records are generally maintained by the courthouses that generate them. Hence, Miller County records are obtainable from courts within the county where the case of interest was heard. Arkansas Courts generally store, maintain, and provide general access to court records with an online system called CourtConnect. Inquirers may use this platform by entering an individual’s name, case type, business name, or case number to locate specific court records. This system mainly provided filings and events from the District and Circuit Courts within the state. The system also provides no personal, sensitive, or expunged/sealed information on individuals, businesses, or cases per the state laws.

Location of All Courts in Miller County

Miller County Circuit Court
400 Laurel St,
#109, Texarkana,
AR 71854
Phone: (870) 774-4501
Fax: (870) 772-5293

Miller County District Court -
2300 East St,
Texarkana, AR 71854
Phone: (870) 772-2780
Fax: (870) 773-3595

Miller County District Court -
Bi-State Justice Building
100 N State Line, #2,
Texarkana, AR 75501
Phone: (903) 798-3016
Fax: (903) 798-3588

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Miller County Vital Records

The Arkansas Department of Health is the central repository for vital records of births, deaths, marriages, and divorces in the state. These records are curated across the county clerk offices, courts, funeral homes, hospitals, and medical examiner offices in the state.

Vital records in Arkansas are restricted and, therefore, not public records. However, the Arkansas law allows restricted records to be made available to individuals named on the record or registrants, authorized relatives, designated attorneys, research groups, and individuals that demonstrate a right to these records. Inquirers can request copies of these copies for a fee.

Where and How to Get Divorce Records in Miller County

Only divorce certificates are maintained at the Department of Health. These certificates merely serve as a verification that the event occurred with basic information such as names of the separated couple, date, and location where the event occurred. Divorce decrees with thorough details of the event can be found at the Miller County Circuit Court Clerk office, provided that's where the event occurred. Divorce records cost $10.00 per copy. To acquire divorce records, the inquirer must fill and complete the appropriate request form

Where and How to Get Marriage Records in Miller County

The Department maintains marriage records from 1917 to date. These records serve as verification that the marriage occurred between the listed individuals, at the listed location. The marriage licenses that carry detailed information about the event can be found and accessed by the Miller County Circuit Court Clerk office. Access to these records can only be guaranteed if the inquirer begins by providing valuable information to aid in locating the record by completing the necessary request form. These records cost $10.00 only.

Where and How to Get Death Records in Miller County.

The Arkansas Vital Records office maintains Miller County death records from February 1914 to date. These records are restricted for 50 years after the event has occurred. After 50 years, these records become public and accessible to inquirers. During the years of restriction, these records are only available to authorized individuals, such as designated close relatives of the individual named on the record. Death records cost $10.00 and $8.00 for additional copies made from the state office. To make a request, the inquirer will be required to fill and complete the appropriate death record request form.

Where and How to Get Birth Records.

The state office maintains birth records from 1914 to the present. These records are restricted for 100 years after the event has occurred and been recorded. Only after these 100 years can the records be made accessible to members of the public. In the years of restriction, the records are only available to a few eligible individuals. Birth records from the state office cost $12.00 for the first copy and $10.00 for additional copies made. Inquirers may request for birth records or records of births resulting in stillbirth by filling and completing the appropriate request forms.

Inquirers also have the option of visiting the local public health unit in Miller County, Arkansas State Archives, and the County Circuit Clerk’s office for vital records that go further back in time and for cheaper options too.

Miller County Health Unit - Texarkana
503 Walnut Texarkana,
AR 71854
Phone: (870) 773-2108
Fax: (870) 773-7252

Miller County Circuit Clerk
400 Laurel Street
Suite 109
Texarkana, AR 71854
Phone: (870) 774-4501
Fax: (870) 772-5293

Inquirers will be required to provide the following information when requesting vital records in the state:

  • Full name,
  • Home address,
  • Date of birth,
  • The driver license number for identity verification,
  • Proof of relationship documents.

In the absence of a driver’s license, there are several other acceptable options. Inquirers may obtain record via the following means:

  • Online
  • Via mail: Inquirers may order certified copies of vital records with completed request forms, acceptable identification, and a cheque or money order made out to the Arkansas Department of Health

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

  • Telephone: Inquirers may place requests by calling (866) 209-9482.
  • In-person: inquirers may visit the department’s office on weekdays with all the required information during weekdays from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., except during state holidays.

Physical address:
4815 West Markham St.
Little Rock,
AR 72205,