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Scott County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Scott County Information

Scott County is a county situated in the state of Arkansas. In 2010, Scott County had a population of 11,233, based on a local census. In Scott County, the current seat is Waldron.

It was formed in 1833.

It was named for Andrew Scott, a justice of the Supreme Court of the Arkansas Territory.

Scott County Arrest Records

All crimes in the Scott County area have records kept on them. Crimes in Scott County are split up 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. 14 violent and 108 property crimes occurred in Scott County back in 2018. Scott County Sheriff’s Office can be contacted at:

Scott County Sheriff’s Office
380 Featherston Street
Waldron, AR 72958
Phone: (479) 637-4155

Scott County Criminal Records

Scott 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 Scott County, criminal records are regularly up to date. In Scott County, citizens 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. Scott County legally keeps current sex offender registers. Each offender living, working, attending school, or jailed in the Scott County area must be on this list. This up-to-date register is then made available to the public, as is the fundamental right of anyone living in Scott County.

Locals of Scott County can therefore search for any sex offenders within a certain distance of their homes. Using these tools, residents must simply enter their home’s zip code or an address they would like to use as their focal point. All offenders within those coordinates will then be revealed to the Scott County resident. People may also use the tool to search for specific offenders. Non-compliant and jailed offenders are also shown in the results.

Scott County Court Records

The criminal, civil, and family cases in Scott County are all supervised by the county courthouse. The court clerk is in charge of maintaining all records within Scott County. In the state of Arkansas, the Court of Appeals has the power to oversee any lower court case in which one party appeals. The Court of Appeals oversees all contested decisions made at the 75 county superior and trial courts, including in Scott County. Scott County residents can acquire court records at:

Scott County Courthouse
190 West First Street Box 10
P.O. Box 2165
Waldron, AR 72958
Phone: (479) 637-2642
Fax: (479) 637-0124

NOTE - Typical court records in Scott County can usually be delivered by mail, email, or fax once payment is received. Scott County official records can only be directed via mail.

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Scott County Public Records

Vital records are kept on every resident in Arkansas. These records hold a person's most significant milestone life events. These records could feature marriages, divorces, deaths, births, and more. Counties such as Scott County help to collect these documents. Individual counties may collect documents and send copies to the state.

The county clerk in Scott County is in charge of acquiring all marriage records. Marriage records in Scott County are kept at the Arkansas Department of Health. The files that Scott County would have collected on these life events consist of birth certificates, death certificates, divorce decrees, marriage licenses, divorce certificates, marriage certificates, and more. One central registry is used to store all vital records, including those from Scott County. Statistical analysis can be carried out regarding the files.

All public records in Scott County can be accessed and copied by the general public. Scott County citizens have the right to access these records since Arkansas passed the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) in 1967. The most recent change to this law came in 2017. Scott County residents can obtain public records at:

Scott County Clerk
190 West 1st #10
Waldron, AR 72958
Phone: (479) 637-2642
Fax: (479) 637-0124

Nonetheless, records in Scott County do come at a cost. First copies of birth records cost $12. Death certificates in Scott County will set a person back $10 for a first copy. First copies of marriage records cost $10 in Scott County.

NOTE - If requesters want to obtain records face-to-face, they must adhere to several Scott County rules. The office has opening times of 8:30 a.m. until 4:00 p. m. CST from Monday to Friday. If a requester wishes to get documents, they must bring some form of photo identification. This could contain a driver’s license or state ID. All public record requests must also be put in writing in Scott County.