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Perry County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Perry County Background Information

The state of Arkansas is home to Perry County. A local census found that Perry County had a total population of 10,445 in 2010. The current county seat is Perry County in Perryville.

It was formed in 1840.

It was named for Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry, a naval hero in the War of 1812.

Perry County is included in the Little Rock-North Little Rock–Conway, AR Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Perry County Arrest Records

In Perry County, the authorities keep arrest records on each individual crime. Crimes in Perry County are separated into two primary categories, violent crime and property crime. 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 1 violent and 32 property crimes in Perry County in 2018. Perry County Sheriff’s Office can be contacted at:

Perry County Sheriff’s Office
106 South Oak Street
Perryville, AR 72126
Phone: (501) 889-2333

Perry County Criminal Records

Perry 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. In Perry County and across the whole state of Arkansas, police officers are required to keep an up-to-date list of all criminal records. In Perry, County individuals can use a search tool in order to get access to the records. Any individual on release or in jail can be searched for using the tool. Perry County keeps a current register of all local sex offenders. This can include any offender living, attending school, working, or jailed in the Perry County area. This up-to-date register is then made available to the public, as is the fundamental right of anyone living in Perry County.

Residents of Perry County can therefore search for any sex offenders within a certain distance of their homes. Citizens of Perry County must simply enter a zip code to act as the focal point of the search. The website will then list all sex offenders found within a given radius of this pinpointed location in Perry County. The search tools are not limited to location-based searches, though, as residents can also lookup specific offenders. Results incorporate all offenders, even those jailed or non-compliant.

Perry County Court Records

Perry County criminal, civil, and family cases are all overseen by the county courthouse. The court clerk manages court records in Perry County. The Court of Appeals has the power to oversee any lower court case in which one party appeals in Arkansas. The lower courts over which the Court of Appeals oversees comprise the 75 superior or trial courts across the 75 counties, including Perry County. To get court records in Perry County, residents must enquire at:

Perry County Courthouse
310 West Main Street
P.O. Box 358
Perryville, AR 72126
Phone: (501) 889-5126
Fax: (501) 889-5759

NOTE - Common records can be transferred to the requester by fax, email, or mail. Perry County official records can only be sent via mail.

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Perry County Public Records

The state of Arkansas keeps vital records on each citizen. The vital records in question document a person’s most prominent life events. Marriages, divorces, births, and deaths are all reported in these vital files. Perry County plays an important role in obtaining these reports. Individual counties may collect reports and send copies to the state.

The county clerk in Perry County is in charge of accumulating all marriage records. All records are kept by the Arkansas Department of Health. Vital records may contain birth certificates, death certificates, divorce decrees, marriage licenses, divorce certificates, marriage certificates, and more. All Arkansas state vital records are stored in one central registry. They can later be used for statistical analysis.

Perry County residents can access and copy all public records. The 1967 Arkansas Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) in Arkansas gave all residents of Perry County the fundamental right to access these public records. In 2017, the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) was amended. Perry County public records can be obtained at:

Perry County Clerk’s Office
310 West Main Street
Room 105
Perryville, AR 72126
Phone: (501) 889-5126
Fax: (501) 889-5759

NOTE - Perry County has several rules that must be followed when it comes to obtaining records. Requesters must visit between 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p. m. CST from Monday to Friday to get records in-person in Perry County. In Perry County, some form of photo ID is needed to get hold of records. State IDs and driver's licenses will do just fine. Only public record applications put in writing will be accepted in Perry County.