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Pope County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What is Pope County Arrest Records?

Pope County arrest records show the criminal history of an arrested individual. Reports of arrest are created by the county’s law enforcement agency that made the arrest. And so, they are obtainable directly at the police departments and Sheriff’s office in the county. State and federal repositories also provide public access to these reports.

Note: Arrest records may indicate an ongoing investigation, but it is not definitive proof that the suspect is a criminal.

Crime Statistics

The Arkansas Crime Information Center (ACIC) is responsible for publishing crime statistics in the state. Pope County crime statistics for 2018 shows a total number of 817 crimes reported, including 817 violent crimes, 1,855 property crimes, and 882 crimes committed against society. Violent crimes reported include two murder cases, 212 sexual-related crimes, ten abductions, and 593 simple/aggravated assaults. Property crimes reported include 225 burglaries, 1,516 robberies, 108 motor vehicle thefts, and six arsons.

What are Pope County Criminal Records?

Criminal Records in Pope County contain details of offenses committed by a person. In the US state of Arkansas, criminal records are public. Information on this record includes every detail on arrest records, as well as the date of conviction, probation record, and incarceration. Also known as ‘rap sheets,’ these documents are available at the county and state levels.

The Arkansas State Police maintains the central repository of criminal history information for all counties, including Pope County. Requesters may query their criminal records or someone else’s. Nevertheless, if the document requested is a closed record, state law requires the requester, individual or organization, to be qualified to do so. Alternatively, interested parties can get criminal history records at the Sheriff’s Office or any other Police Departments in Pope County.

How Do I Get Pope County Criminal Records?

Pope County Sheriff’s Office offers easy online access to criminal history records. However, the file which contains only incident and crash reports is limited to the county’s jurisdiction. Requesters can also obtain these documents at any police department in the county.

Police Departments in Pope County
Atkins Police Department
310 Northeast 1st Street
Atkins, AR, 72823
(479) 641-1811

Dover Police Department
9686 Market Street
Dover, AR, 72837
(479) 331-3270

Hector Police Department
11356 Arkansas 27
Hector, AR, 72843
(479) 284-2533

London Police Department
3734 Arkansas 333
London, AR, 72847,
(479) 293-4115

Pottsville Police Department
52 2nd Street,
Pottsville, AR, 72858
(479) 968-2864

Russellville Police Department
115 West H Street,
Russellville, AR, 72801
(479) 968-3232

Statewide access to Pope County Criminal Records can be granted online or via mail. The Online Criminal Background Check System is a system created by the Arkansas State Police. The online repository provides criminal records to interested persons who subscribe to the information. Applicants sending criminal records requests by mail will have to fill the request form and pay the required fee of $25 for each copy. The properly filled form, proof of payment, and envelope will be sent to:

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

Where Can I Find Pope County Sex Offender Information?

The Sheriff Department in Pope County maintains straightforward online access to Sex Offenders. On the webpage, there are offenders categorized into various levels using different colors. The map on the webpage helps users to find the location of the criminal while the names are beside it.

The Arkansas Crime Information Center (ACIC) is in charge of the central repository for sex offenders’ within the state. Known as the Sex Offender Registry, interested persons can find offenders by name, address, city, county code, or zip code. Photos are only available on request. There is an opportunity to receive phone and email notification on sex offenders addresses, upon subscription.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Pope County Jail?

Located at the county seat in Russellville, the Pope County Detention Center handles all jail activities in the county. The facility is located at:

Pope Detention Center
3 Emergency Lane
Russellville, AR, 72801
Phone: (479) 968-5599

Twenty-four hours before visiting an inmate, visitors should book an appointment by calling the detention center. Visitors, with a government-issued ID that are 18 years and above, will gain entry into the facility. However, visitors below that age must be accompanied by their parents or legal guardian.

In some cases, inmates are taken to the Arkansas Department of Corrections, where visitation is permitted only on Saturdays and Sundays. The facility also allows intending visitors to have phone and video visitations in the comfort of their homes after filling the visitation application mailed to them by the inmates.

Where and How to Find Pope County Inmate Information

Information on Pope County inmates is available at the Detention Center Inmates Rooster section on the Sheriff’s website. Information on a profile includes the inmate’s name, sex, jail address, the agency that made the arrest, booking date, and charge. The database provides information about current inmates in the County Detention Center as well as detainees released in the last 48 hours.

What are Pope County Court Records?

Court records in Pope County are available to any member of the public in line with the Arkansas FOI Act. The records contain information like

  • Dockets and other basic details of a case
  • Indictment or complaints
  • Affidavits or information on a case,
  • Transcripts and deposition of a case

At the county level, the Pope County Circuit Court Clerk acts as the custodian of records for all courts in the county. To obtain court records, make inquiries to (479) 968-7499 or visit the Clerk’s office at the address below:

Circuit Clerk’s Office
100 W. Main
Russellville, AR 72801
Fax: (479) 880-8463
Email: recorder@popecircuit.com

At the state level, The Administrative Office of Courts (AOC) maintains case information for all counties in the state. Interested individuals can search the AOC Public Court Connect by providing by name (individual or business), judgment, or date.

Location of All Courts in Pope County

Listed below is the crucial information of all the courthouses in Pope County.

Pope County Circuit Court
100 W Main Str,
Russellville, AR 72801
Phone: (479) 968-7499
Fax: (479) 880-8463

District Court in Atkins
305 E Main St,
Atkins, AR 72823
Phone: (479) 641-1811
Fax: (479) 641-1861

District Court in Dover
8904 Market St, P.O. Box 258,
Dover, AR 72837
Phone: (479) 331-3270
Fax: (479) 331-3388

District Court in London
P.O. Box 130,
London, AR 72847
Phone: (479) 293-4115
Fax: (479) 293-4127

District Court in Pottsville
173 E Ash St,
Pottsville, AR 72858
Phone: (479) 567-5666
Fax: (479) 890-3570

District Court in Russellville
1506 E 2nd St,
#2, Russellville, AR 72801
Phone: (479) 968-1393
Fax: (479) 968-4166

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What are Pope County Vital Records?

Pope County’s vital records provide details on birth, death, divorce, and marriage events that happened in the county. These records comprise confidential information and are given to individuals that meet the requirements of the agency in charge of the document. Consequently, interested parties must apply to the approved caretakers before they can obtain the records. The Arkansas Department of Health’s vital records office is in charge of all vital records in the county. In the US state of Arkansas, eligible individuals may use the Vital Records Authorization Form to allow other individuals to gain access to records on their behalf.

Where and How to Get Pope County Divorce Records

Pope County divorce records requests can be made to the state’s Department of Health. Each copy requested costs $10 payable through money order or check. Copies of these records can be provided online, mail-in service, the telephone, or by visiting the office in person. Only the record holder, close relations, and legal representative of the record holder are qualified to have access to these records. Requestors utilizing the mail channel will have to fill the Divorce Coupon Application, make the payment, and provide a photocopy of a valid ID. Submission of the completed form and other criteria should go to:

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

Where and How to Get Pope County Marriage Records

The Pope County Clerk issues certified copies of marriage licenses to the public. Visit the Clerk’s office during working hours, Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to request:

Pope County Clerk
100 West Main Street.
Russellville, Ar. 7280

At the state repository, marriage records in Pope County are available from 1917 to date. Only mail, in-person, and telephone requests will be processed.

1. Mail requests take 10 to 14 days to process. To request using this channel, include a completed Marriage Coupon Application Form, valid identification, and a $10 fee per certified copy. Send all three to the address below:

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

2. For telephone requests, call (866) 209-9482. Eligible applicants are to pay by credit or debit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, or Discover).

3. Applicants may obtain records on the same day if they make in-person requests. Visit the office with a government-issued ID.

Arkansas Department of Health
4815 West Markham Street
Little Rock, AR 72205

Where and How to Get Pope County Birth Records and Death Records

Birth and death records in Pope County, issued from 1914 to date, are available at the ADH Office. Only Eligible individuals with a valid ID can obtain these files either by mail or by visiting the office in person. Birth certificates cost $12 for first copies and $10 for additional copies; death certificates cost $10.00 for the first copy and $8.00 for each successive print. Completed birth and death application should be submitted to the address below:

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

In-person service is available all through the business days, Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m