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About Arkansas Criminal Records

Whether you’re worried about what your own criminal record reveals or you just want to find out more information on your mom’s new boyfriend, a criminal record search in Arkansas is a good place to start. Criminal records are compiled and put online via every courthouse in the state, from Little Rock to Fayetteville. If you know someone who’s been charged with a crime, odds are they have a detailed criminal record you can find and read online. Police records and criminal records are similar in nature, but criminal records usually offer more detailed and broad information regarding an individual’s illicit history.

Everything from an Arkansas DUI conviction to existing warrants will show up in a criminal record search. If you have a feeling your child’s soccer coach may be a convicted sex offender the best thing to do is look into their criminal history. From the result of a court trial to a detailed record of tattoos, scars, and identifying marks, criminal records can provide virtually everything you need to know about your Arkansas acquaintance. There are dozens of reasons people might want to keep their criminal history a secret, but it’s your right as a U.S. citizen to know the facts about who you’re dealing with. An extensive criminal record doesn’t necessarily mean someone is dangerous, but the state of Arkansas wants you to be able to make the most informed decision.