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Searcy County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Searcy County Background Information

Arkansas contains Searcy County. A local census found that Searcy County had a total population of 8,195 in 2010. Marshall is the current county seat in Searcy County.

It was formed in 1838.

It was named for Richard Searcy, the first clerk and judge in the Arkansas Territory.

Searcy County Arrest Records

Arrest records are kept on each and every crime in Searcy County. Crimes in Searcy County are split into two major 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 23 violent and 30 property crimes in Searcy county in 2018. Searcy County Sheriff’s Office can be contacted at:

Searcy County Sheriff’s Office
208 Factory Road
Marshall, AR 72650
Phone: (870) 448-2340

Searcy County Criminal Records

Searcy 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. All police records in Searcy County are updated. Individuals of Searcy County can use a search tool in order to get access to the records in question. Any individual on release or in jail can be searched for using the tool. Searcy County keeps a current register of all local sex offenders. This can include any offender living, attending school, working, or imprisoned in the Searcy County area. All Searcy County locals may access an up-to-date copy of this register.

Citizens of Searcy County can locate local offenders by using online searches. People must simply enter a zip code to act as the center of their search. All Searcy County offenders within the given coordinates will then be revealed. Locals can also lookup specific offenders in Searcy County. Non-compliant and incarcerated offenders are also shown in the results.

Searcy County Court Records

The criminal, civil, and family cases in Searcy County are all supervised by the county courthouse. The court clerk maintains all Searcy County court records. The Court of Appeals of Arkansas can overview all contested decisions in the state. The Court of Appeals oversees all contested decisions made at the 75 county superior and trial courts, including in Searcy County. Court records in Searcy County can be accessed at:

Searcy County Courthouse
200 Highway 27 South
P.O. Box 998
Marshall, AR 72650
Phone: (870) 448-3807
Fax: (870) 448-5005

NOTE - Standard court records in Searcy County can usually be delivered by mail, email, or fax once payment is received. In contrast, all official records can only be delivered via mail-in Searcy County.

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Searcy County Public Records

In Arkansas state, records called vital records are kept on each resident within the jurisdiction. These reports record a person's most pivotal life events. These records could consist of marriages, divorces, deaths, births, and more. Counties such as Searcy County help to collect these files. Searcy County may be put in charge of amassing and sending copies to the state.

Every last county clerk collects marriage records in Arkansas. These records are located at the Arkansas Department of Health. The files that Searcy County would have gathered on these life events contain birth certificates, death certificates, divorce decrees, marriage licenses, divorce certificates, marriage certificates, and more. Searcy County records are kept in a central registry, along with all other vital records. They can later be used for statistical analysis.

Any public record can be copied and accessed by residents in Searcy County. The Arkansas Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) 1967 gives the general public in Searcy County this fundamental right. The most recent change to this law came in 2017. Searcy County residents can apply for public records in-person at:

Searcy County Clerk’s Office
200 South Highway 27
Courthouse
Marshall, AR 72650
Phone: (870) 448-3807
Fax: (870) 448-5005

Then again, Searcy County does charge per record copy. Searcy County birth records cost $12. Death certificates in Searcy County cost $10 for the first copy. Marriage certificates in Searcy County will set a person back $10.

NOTE - If requesters want to obtain records face-to-face, they must follow many rules in Searcy County. The office is only open between 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. CST from Monday to Friday. Those looking to request files must also bring some form of photo identification. Photo ID could be a driver's license or state ID. Searcy County insists upon public record applications being put in writing.