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White County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are White County Arrest Records?

Arrests records in White county are documents showing the activity and details of offenders apprehended by the local law enforcement agency. The White County, Arkansas Sheriff’s Office is tasked with the duty of managing arrest records within the county area.

Crime Statistics

The Arkansas Crime Information Center collates crime statistics in the state of Arkansas. According to the Crime in Arkansas 2018 report, a total of 1,634 criminal offenses were recorded in the White County area. 769 cases of simple assault were recorded during the year. Intimidation was the second most recorded crime with 429 cases, while aggravated assaults were the third most rampant crime with 319 cases recorded. Violent crimes including forcible rape and forcible sodomy had 49 and 42 cases recorded respectively while murder crimes amounted to 2. There were also 18 cases of abduction recorded within the county area.

What are White County Criminal Records?

White county criminal records comprise documents with details of criminal activity within the county area. At the state level, the Arkansas Department of Public Safety collates and manages criminal records. White county criminal records are handled by the White County, Arkansas Sheriff’s Office.

How Do I Get White County Criminal Records

White county criminal records may be retrieved from the office of the Circuit Clerk. The circuit clerk acts as the custodian of criminal records, and members of the public may access records by sending a written request via U.S mail or visiting the office in-person. Interested persons may need to provide certain details including name, date of birth, address, a state-issued identity document to facilitate retrieval of records. Requests for criminal records attract charges of $15 for the first page and $5 per additional page. Requests may be made to:

White County Courthouse
300 North Spruce
Searcy, AR. 72143
501 279 6203

How to Find White County Sex Offender Information

The Arkansas Crime Information Center manages a state-wide sex offender registry that consists of offenders’ data from all counties in the state. The general public has access to the registry and may access it with the ACIC sex offenders search tool. Interested parties may search for offenders by their address, city, county, or zip code. To obtain information specific to White county, interested parties may customize their search to retrieve only the county results by searching for offenders by county.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in White County Jail?

The White County Jail and its facilities are managed by the White County, Arkansas Sheriff’s Office. The county jail is located at:

White County Detention Center
1600 East Booth
Searcy, AR 72143

Important information can be accessed on the county jail’s webpage, on the Sheriff’s Office website. Visitors may need to schedule visits by calling the Sheriff’s Office ((501) 278-8050) or using the third-party website specified on the county jail’s webpage. Only one free on-site visitation is allowed per week, and the others may be at a cost. The jail allows a maximum of two adults per visit and minors must be accompanied by their guardians. The county jail requires all visitors to abide by the visitation dress code.

Where and How to Find White County Inmate Information

The Sheriff’s Office manages inmate information in the White County area. Inmate information may be accessed by interested parties, with the online Jail Roster search tool. Interested parties may obtain inmate information by making searches with the names and arrest dates of offenders.

What are White County Court Records?

White county court records are documents used in court proceedings within the county area. The office of the County Clerk is charged with the responsibility of generating and disseminating court records. Members of the public may query the clerk’s office to obtain court records. Requests for court records may be made in-person or via U.S mail, by preparing and submitting a written request with required details, to the address:

315 N Spruce St,
Searcy, AR 72143,
(501) 279-6204

Requestors may be required to pay fees and are advised to consult the clerk’s fee schedule to find out the appropriate charges.

Location of All Courts in White County

White County Circuit Court
300 N Spruce,
Searcy, AR 72143
(501) 279-6203

White County District Court - Bald Knob
P.O. Box 1119,
Bald Knob, AR 72010
(501) 724-5701

White County District Court - Beebe
201 W Illinois,
Beebe, AR 72012
(501) 882-8110

White County District Court - Bradford
308 W Walnut St,
Bradford, AR 72020
(501) 344-2252

White County District Court - Judsonia
P.O. Box 306,
Judsonia, AR 72081
(501) 729-5222

White County District Court - Kensett
202 SE 1st St,
P.O. Box 305, Kensett, AR 72082
(501) 742-5156

White County District Court - McRae
P.O. Box 189,
McRae, AR 72012
(501) 726-3621

White County District Court - Pangburn
P.O. Box 577,
Pangburn, AR 72121
(501) 728-4611

White County District Court - Rose Bud
P.O. Box 219,
Rose Bud, AR 72137
(501) 556-4967

White County District Court - Searcy
White County Law Enforcement Center
1600 E Booth Rd, #600,
P.O. Box 958, Searcy, AR 72145
(501) 268-7622

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What are White County Vital Records

White county vital records are documents showing details of significant life events, including divorce, marriage, birth, and adoption, within the county area. The Arkansas Department of Health is responsible for the management of vital records state-wide.

At the county level, vital records are generated and maintained by the White County Health Department and the office of the County Clerk. Interested parties may retrieve records by fulfilling the given requirements.

Where and How to Get White County Divorce Records

Divorce records in White county are generated by the White County Circuit Court. The circuit clerk acts as the custodian for divorce records. Records may be obtained from the circuit clerk’s office by requesting in-person or submitting a written request to the location:

300 North Spruce
Searcy, AR. 72143
501 279 6203

Requestors may be required to make a payment of $15 for the first page and $5 per extra copy.

Where and How to Get White County Marriage Records

Marriage records in White county are managed and disseminated by the county clerk. The office of the clerk is responsible for tending to requests from interested parties. Requestors may need to fulfill certain requirements before requests may be granted by the custodian. Requests are made to:

315 N Spruce St,
Searcy, AR 72143,
(501) 279-6204.

Interested persons may check the fee schedule for charges related to the request of marriage records.

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

The Arkansas Department of Health is responsible for the management of birth and death records in the state of Arkansas including the White county area. Records may be requested from the vital records division and ordered online through the vital records request portal. Requirements needed to access these records include a valid state-issued identity document and proof of relationship to the person with names on the record. Records may also be requested in-person or via U.S mail to the address:

4815 W. Markham,
Little Rock, AR 72205-3867
(800) 462-0599

The cost of $10.00 is charged for the first copy of a death record and $8.00 for each additional copy. Birth records cost $12.00 for the first copy and $10.00 per extra copy.