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Union County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Union County Arrest Records?

Any document that provides information about a person's arrest history in Union County qualifies as an arrest record. These records are official documents that detail an individual's apprehension and detention. When a person commits an alleged crime, law enforcement agencies in Union County have the right to call the suspect for questioning, apprehend, or detain such an individual if given just cause.

In Union County, the Sheriff's Office is the agency that maintains arrest records. Arrest records are public records. Therefore, anyone in need of these documents can contact the Sheriff's office at;

250, American Rd
El Dorado, AR 71730
Main Phone: (870) 864-1970
Dispatch: (870) 864-1990

Criminal Statistics

The Arkansas Crime Information Center published crime statistics for Union County in 2018. According to the available report, there were 2,810 reported crimes. The data shows that Union County recorded 731 crimes against persons, 1,830 crimes against property, and 249 crimes against society.

The county's crime rate was 7,185.96 crimes per 100,000 population. In 2017, the county recorded 2,511 crimes and a crime rate of 6,330.83 crimes per 100,000 residents. The 2016 total crime count for Union County was 2,797, while the county's crime rate was 7,021.11 crimes per 100,000 persons.

Crime in Union County declined in 2017 but surged in 2018. Statewide, the index crime rate was 3,456.6 in 2018. Although the state saw a general decrease in crime from the previous year, Union County crime saw an increase and remains a danger zone and unsafe for residents.

What are Union County Criminal Records?

Any document that details a person's criminal history is called a criminal record. In Arkansas, criminal records are documentation of convicted crimes. This implies that law enforcement agencies generate arrest records only when a court finds a person guilty of committing an offense.

Criminal records differ from arrest records. Arrest records only indicate that a person was a crime suspect. However, arrest records can be used as criminal records only after a court affirms a person's guilt.

How Do I Get Union County Criminal Records?

Many local law enforcement agencies and jurisdictions generate arrest records. The Union County Court Clerk and the Union County Sheriff's Office maintain all criminal records. Record seekers can access criminal records online or in person by visiting or contacting any of these offices at;

Union County Sheriff
250, American Rd
El Dorado, AR, 71730
Main Phone: (870) 864-1970
Dispatch: (870) 864-1990

County Court Clerk
101, North Washington
Suite 102
El Dorado, AR 71730-5661
Phone: (870) 864-1910
Fax: (870) 864-1927

Criminal records are public records. therefore, anyone has the right to request them. Usually, the record keeper will in no way deny records unless records are unavailable or sealed by law.

How to Find Union County Sex Offender Information

Union County Sex Offender information is available on the Arkansas Sex Offender Registry. Sex offender information is the purview of the Arkansas Crime Information Center (ACIC). Sex offender information is public and available on the state's online repository. Therefore, anyone can search for sex offenders living in Union County.

On the registry, persons can search for unknown sex offenders by inputting their street address and zip code in the provided search box. If record seekers know the name of the offender, they can search for offender information by name. County residents can also subscribe to free email to get notified about new updates.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Union County Jail?

The County Sheriff grants video visiting privileges to all inmates housed in the Union County Detention Center. Visitation must, however, be set up by the inmate. Video visits are available remotely or by visiting the detention center in person.

Visitation is between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. every day. Visiting schedule for each inmate, however, depends on the housing unit. The visiting schedule and visitation rules are available on the Union County Detention Center section of the Sheriff's website. Visitation rules are also available at the front window of the Union County Sheriff's office. The jail facility is at;

250, American Rd
El Dorado, AR 71730
Main Phone: (870) 864-1970
Dispatch: (870) 864-1990

Where and How to Find Inmate Information

The jail roster of the Union County Detention Center has information on all detained inmates. This information is open to the public and published online. The jail lists its inmates in alphabetical order.

One will find the name, age, race, sex, and mugshot on the front page of the jail roster. To access additional information, the record seeker should click on the inmate's name. Additional information includes details about charges, bonds, and court information, such as court dates.

What are Union County Court Records?

In Arkansas, court records are documents that detail court proceedings. Examples of court cases include court limits, civil lawsuits, appeals, and small claims. Under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act, court records are public unless exempted by law.

The Union County Clerk is the county's administrator. This office oversees the management of public records in the county. Anyone in need of court records may contact the Clerk at;

101, North Washington
Suite 102
El Dorado, AR 71730-5661
Phone: (870) 864-1910
Fax: (870) 864-1927

Location of All Courts in County

Union County Circuit Court
101, N Washington St
#201
El Dorado, AR, 71730
Phone: (870) 864-1940
Fax: (870) 864-1994

Union County District Court
250, American Rd
#A
El Dorado, AR 71730
Phone: (870) 864-1950
Fax: (870) 864-1955

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What are Union County Vital Records?

Vital records are state and local records of memorable events such as birth, marriage, death, and divorce. Vital records may be public or closed records, depending on the year in which the events took place. Records of events that took place at least 100 years ago are open to anyone for inspection.

Statewide, the Arkansas Department of Health is the agency that maintains all records of events that occurred in the state. At the county level, the Union County Clerk maintains marriage and divorce records. To access vital records, persons may conduct a search or make a request online or visit any of the agencies at;

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

Union County Clerk
101, North Washington
Suite 102
El Dorado, AR 71730-5661
Phone: (870) 864-1910
Fax: (870) 864-1927

Where and How to Get Union County Divorce Records

Statewide, divorce records are the purview of the Arkansas Department of Health. The state agency has records that date as far back as 1923. A copy costs $10. Eligible parties can order divorce records online or visit the office at;

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

Also, the Union County Clerk maintains divorce records. Certified copies of marriage records cost $5. To request divorce records, qualified individuals should visit the Clerk's office at;

101, North Washington
Suite 102
El Dorado, AR 71730-5661
Phone: (870) 864-1910
Fax: (870) 864-1927

Where and How to Get Union County Marriage Records

Certified copies of marriage records are available at the Arkansas Department of Health. The department can issue documentation of events that occurred from 1917 to the present. The state charges $10 per copy. Qualified individuals can order prints on the state's website or visit the office in person at;

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

The Union County Clerk has full certified copies of marriage records. A copy of a marriage license costs $1, while certified copies cost $5. To obtain copies, the eligible individual should forward requests to;

101, North Washington
Suite 102
El Dorado, AR 71730-5661
Phone: (870) 864-1910
Fax: (870) 864-1927

Where and How to Get Union County Birth Records

The Arkansas Department of Health is the principal custodian of birth records. A copy costs $12, and the state charges extra processing fees for online transactions. Birth records created as far back as 1914 are available by placing orders online or forwarding requests to;

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

The requester should make payments via personal check or money order. Upon a successful transaction, the requester should call (501) 661-2336 for verification. The fee is non-refundable under state laws.

Where and How to Get Union County Death Records

Death records are available on the repository of the Arkansas Department of Health. The fee for each copy is $10, and additional copies requested on the same day cost $8 each. Extra charges apply for online requests.

If the record keeper cannot find records, the law requires that payments are non-refundable. The state agency permits online or walk-in requests. The state office is at;

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