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Fayetteville Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Fayetteville City Public Records?

Under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act,, Fayetteville City public records are documents required by law to be received or maintained by a public official, government entity, or any other agency wholly or partially funded by public funds. The form the document is stored in does not affect the document’s status as a public record. Therefore, Fayetteville City records include writings, sound recordings, electronic materials, videos, and tapes. However, some documents are exempted from public access. These include:

  • State income tax records
  • Minutes of a grand jury
  • Adoption records
  • Medical records
  • Education records
  • Software acquired by license, lease, or purchase
  • Ongoing investigations of suspected criminal activity by law enforcement agents
  • Unpublished memoranda, working papers, and correspondence of public officials
  • Unpublished drafts of judicial or quasi-judicial opinions and decisions
  • Documents or records protected from public disclosure by court order or rule of court
  • Personal contact information
  • Personnel records that would violate personal privacy if disclosed

Fayetteville City Crime Statistics

The Arkansas Crime Information Center (ACIC) maintains annual crime records for all of Arkansas. In 2019, the violent crimes recorded in Fayetteville City included three murders, 49 rapes, 289 aggravated assaults, and 977 simple assaults. The property crimes included two arson, 412 burglaries, 52 robberies, 419 motor vehicle thefts, and 3,325 larcenies.

Compared to the 2018 crime data for the city, there was a decrease in rape (32%), aggravated assault (20%), simple assault (3%), arson (60%), burglary (10%), robbery (13%), and motor vehicle theft (4%). There was an increase in murder (200%) and larceny (7%).

Are Fayetteville City Criminal Records Public?

Pursuant to Arkansas state laws, Fayetteville City criminal records are public records that are available to members of the public. The Arkansas State Police maintains criminal records for all of Arkansas, including Fayetteville. Employers, professional licensing bodies, and eligible individuals can request background checks with the Information Network of Arkansas (INA) portal. The checks may be either name-based or fingerprint-based. There is an annual fee of $75 to use the portal. There is also a $20 charge for each name-based check and a $2 processing fee. The charge for fingerprint checks is $14.25 for each check.

Members of the public can also make requests for criminal history searches with the Arkansas Background Check Request Form. The requester should complete the form and submit it. The form may be submitted in person or by mail. For mail requests, the form should be notarized and sent with a check or money order payment and a self-addressed stamped envelope. The request should be made at:

Arkansas State Police
Identification Bureau
1 State Police Plaza Drive
Little Rock, AR 72209

How to Obtain Fayetteville City Police Reports and Arrest Records?

The Records Division of the Fayetteville Police Department maintains Fayetteville City arrest records, police reports, and accident records. The Records Division also makes the records available to members of the police. Interested persons can make a request at:

Records Division of the Fayetteville Police Department
100 West Rock Street
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Phone: (479) 587-3555
Email: police@fayetteville-ar.gov

The Records Division is open from Monday to Friday, between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Fayetteville City?

The Arkansas Crime Information Center maintains the Arkansas Sex Offender Registry. Interested persons can use the online registry to search for sex offenders. It includes information on sex offenders from level 2 to level 4. Users can see a complete list of all sex offenders, search for sex offenders by name, or search by location. To search for specific sex offenders, users can use the offender’s first and last name. Zipcodes and street addresses can be used to find sex offenders in a specific location. There is also an option to sign up for notification by email or phone when a sex offender moves into a neighborhood.

How to Find Fayetteville City Inmate Records?

The Washington County Detention Center is located in Fayetteville City. The Washington County Office of the Sheriff’s maintains the Detention Center. The Sheriff’s Office also maintains a regularly updated inmate roster. Interested persons can search the roster for inmates. The roster provides the inmate’s photo, name, age at booking, physical description, and crime.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Fayetteville City Jail?

Interested persons can visit inmates at the Washington County Detention Center. The visit may be either physical or virtual. The physical visit is free, while the virtual visit is through a video call and will require payment of applicable fees. The visitor would need to schedule detainee visitation. The Detention Center is located at:

Washington County Detention Center
1155 Clydesdale Drive
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Phone: (479) 444-5700

Court Records

The Fayetteville City courts are a part of the Washington County judicial system. The Washington County Circuit Court is the highest court in Washington County. The Circuit County Court has eight divisions. There are also ten District Courts in Washington County. The courts handle different kinds of civil and criminal cases. The records of cases heard by the courts are also made available to the public except where they are exempted.

Location of Courts in Fayetteville City

Washington County Circuit Court
Washington County Circuit Court280 North College Avenue, #302
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Phone: (479) 444-1538
Fax: (479) 444-1537

Washington County District Courts
Washington County District Court - Elkins201 West 1st Avenue
Elkins, AR 72727
Phone: (479) 643-4170
Fax: (479) 643-3060

Washington County District Court - Elm Springs
289 Jayroe Avenue
P.O. Box 74
Elm Springs, AR 72728
Phone: (479) 248-7323
Fax: (479) 248-1092

Washington County District Court - Farmington
354 West Main Street
P.O. Box 150
Farmington, AR 72730
Phone: (479) 267-3865
Fax: (501) 267-5511

Washington County District Court - Fayetteville
176 South Church Avenue, #1
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Phone: (479) 587-3591
Fax: (479) 444-3480

Washington County District Court - Greenland
8 East Ross Street
P.O. Box 67
Greenland, AR 72737
Phone: (479) 521-5760
Fax: (479) 521-7780

Washington County District Court - Johnson
2904 Main Drive
P.O. Box 563
Johnson, AR 72741
Phone: (479) 521-3192
Fax: (479) 521-9157

Washington County District Court - Lincoln
101 Arthur Avenue
P.O. Box 967
Lincoln, AR 72744
Phone: (479) 824-3321
Fax: (479) 824-4126

Washington County District Court - Prairie Grove
955 East Douglas
P.O. Box 329
Prairie Grove, AR 72753
Phone: (479) 846-3467
Fax: (479) 846-5548

Washington County District Court - Springdale
City Administration Building
201 North Spring Street
Springdale, AR 72764
Phone: (479) 750-8150
Fax: (479) 750-8564

Washington County District Court - West Fork
262 West Main Street
P.O. Box 339
West Fork, AR 72774
Phone: (479) 839-3249
Fax: (479) 839-3335

Are Fayetteville City Court Records Public?

Pursuant to Arkansas law, Fayetteville City court records are generally public records. Interested persons can make requests to obtain copies of the records. However, some records are exempted from public access. The exempted records include juvenile records, confidential records, and sealed records. The Washington County Circuit Clerk is the primary custodian of the court records of the Circuit Court. Records of cases heard by the District Courts can be obtained by contacting the District Court that determined the case.

Can You Look Up a Fayetteville City Court Case Online?

Fayetteville City court records are available online through the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) Public CourtConnect portal and the Arkansas Judiciary Public CourtConnect portal. The portals contain docket filings, judgments, case records, and other court record information. Users can also search through the data. The AOC portal allows users to search by person name, business name, or case time. Users can also generate docket reports, search cases filed by date, search docket filings by date, and check case information and activities. The Arkansas Judiciary Public Portal can be searched by case I.D., person name, or business name. It also provides case filings or docket filings search options.

How to Obtain Fayetteville City Civil Court Case Records?

The Washington County Circuit Clerk maintains civil court records for cases heard in Washington County. Interested persons can make requests for the records at:

Washington County Circuit Clerk
280 North College Avenue
Suite 302
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Phone: (479) 444-1538
Fax: (479) 444-1537

The Office of the Circuit Clerk is open from Monday to Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

How to Obtain Fayetteville City Criminal Court Records?

Fayetteville City criminal court records are maintained by the Washington County Circuit Clerk, along with all records of cases heard by the Washington County courts. The records are available to members of the public. Interested persons can make requests for copies of the records at:

Washington County Circuit Clerk
280 North College Avenue
Suite 302
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Phone: (479) 444-1538
Fax: (479) 444-1537

The Office of the Circuit Clerk is open between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., from Monday to Friday.

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

What are Fayetteville City Vital Records?

Fayetteville City vital records are documents containing records of certain events that take place within the city. Fayetteville vital records include records of deaths, births, marriages, and divorces. The Vital Records Office of the Arkansas Department of Health maintains Fayetteville City vital records at the state level. The Vital Records Office provides copies of divorce, marriage, death, or birth records to interested persons who are eligible. At the county level, the Circuit Clerk maintains Fayetteville divorce records while the County Clerk maintains the marriage records.

Where and How to Obtain Fayetteville City Divorce Records?

The Washington County Circuit Clerk maintains Fayetteville City divorce records. The certified copies of the divorce records are only available to the spouses and their close relatives. Close relatives include parents, children, and grandchildren. Interested persons can obtain copies at:

Washington County Circuit Clerk
280 North College Avenue
Suite 302
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Phone: (479) 444-1538
Fax: (479) 444-1537

The Vital Records Office of the Arkansas Department of Health also maintains Fayetteville divorce records. Members of the public can request copies of the records by phone, by mail, in person, or online. There is a $10 charge for each requested copy. Phone requests can be made by calling the toll-free line (866) 209-9482. The requester would need to pay for the requested copies of the divorce records, the service fee, and the shipping fee. The payment can be made with a credit or debit card.

Online requests can be made through the Arkansas Department of Health’s Vital Records Online Service. There is an extra $1.85 identity verification fee for online requests. Payment for online requests is by credit or debit cards.

In-person and mail requests can also be made for copies of divorce records. For mail requests, the requester would need to complete a Divorce Coupon Application and mail it to the Vital Records Office with a valid I.D. and payment. For in-person requests, the requester should visit the Vital Records Office with a valid photo I.D. and payment. Payment for in-person requests can be made by cash, credit or debit card, check, or money order. Checks and money orders should be made payable to the Arkansas Department of Health.

In-person and mail requests should be made to:

Arkansas Department of Health
Vital Records
Slot 44
4815 West Markham Street
Little Rock, AR 72205
Email: adh.VitalRecords@arkansas.gov
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Where and How to Get Public Fayetteville City Marriage Records?

The Washington County Clerk maintains Fayetteville City marriage records. The County Clerk also issues Fayetteville City marriage certificates. Interested persons may make requests at:

Fayetteville City County Clerk
280 North College Avenue
Suite 300
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Phone: (479) 444-1711
Email: blewallen@washingtoncountyar.gov

The requester would need to provide a valid I.D. and pay the applicable fees. The requester would also need to provide information about the marriage, such as the spouses’ names, the date of the marriage, and the place of the marriage. The Office is open from Monday to Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

The Vital Records Office of the Arkansas Department of Health also maintains Fayetteville marriage records. Interested persons can request copies of the records by phone, online, in person, or by mail. Each marriage certificate costs $10. Payments may be made by cash, credit or debit cards, or a check or money order made payable to the Arkansas Department of Health.

Phone requests should be made by calling (866) 209-9482. Online requests can be made through the Vital Records Online Service. For in-person and mail requests, the requester should complete the Marriage Coupon Application (also available in Spanish). It should be submitted with payment and a valid I.D. to:

Arkansas Department of Health
Vital Records
Slot 44
4815 West Markham Street
Little Rock, AR 72205
Email: adh.VitalRecords@arkansas.gov
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Where and How to Find Fayetteville City Birth Records?

The Vital Records Office of the Arkansas Department of Health maintains Fayetteville City birth records. The Vital Records Office also issues Fayetteville City birth certificates to interested persons who are eligible. Requests can be made by phone, online, by mail, or in person. To make phone requests, call (866) 209-9482. The Vital Records Online Service can be used to make online requests.

For in-person and mail requests, the requester should complete the Birth Certificate Application (also available in Spanish). The application should be submitted with payment and a valid I.D. to:

Arkansas Department of Health
Vital Records
Slot 44
4815 West Markham Street
Little Rock, AR 72205
Email: adh.VitalRecords@arkansas.gov
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

The charge for the first copy of a birth record is $12. Each additional copy ordered in the same request costs $10. There is an extra charge for identification verification for online orders.

Where and How to Find Fayetteville City Death Records?

The Vital Records Office of the Arkansas Department of Health maintains Fayetteville City death records. Interested persons can make requests to obtain copies of the records by phone, online, in person, or by mail. There is a $10 charge for the first copy in a request and an $8 charge for subsequent copies in the same request. Phone requests can be made by calling the Vital Records Office at (866) 209-9482. Online requests can be made on the Vital Records Online Service portal. There are extra processing and identity verification charges for online requests. For mail and in-person requests, the requester should complete the Death Certificate Application (also available in Spanish). The form should be submitted with payment and a valid I.D. to:

Arkansas Department of Health
Vital Records
Slot 44
4815 West Markham Street
Little Rock, AR 72205
Email: adh.VitalRecords@arkansas.gov
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.