The Arkansas Criminal Information Center allows you to search and view any of the state’s over 17,000 criminal records at no cost. Here you can search by name, date of birth, home address, criminal record category, and more.
The information in the center is free for those individuals that are in the process of applying for a new license to possess a firearm. The center also provides information on the status of those licenses as well as information regarding how to obtain your own.
Now that you’ve read this far, you’ll want to visit the Arkansas Criminal Information Center just to check out the information it has about your state.
The Arkansas Criminal Information Center is run by the Arkansas Criminal Justice Information Center (ACJIC). ACJIC is a division of the Arkansas Bureau of Investigation (ABI). However, ACJIC is not a division of the Department of Justice (DOJ) and isn’t subject to the same laws or regulations as DOJ. The Arkansas Criminal Justice Information Center is an agency of the State of Arkansas. Our agency is the state’s lead agency for law enforcement, correctional, and judicial information.
The Arkansas Criminal Justice Information Center is an online database of criminal and juvenile records. The public can access information from the website by clicking on a county name, city name, or zip code, then clicking on a link to view records.
Arkansas is a state, with a population of approximately 9.9 million people. The vast majority of the population lives within a one-and-a-half hour drive of the Arkansas Criminal Justice Information Center in Russellville. The nearest airport is Arkansas State University in Russellville, about 30 minutes from our offices in Russellville.
The information that is available on the website for a specific county, city, or zip code is based on the public’s access to the website and the county’s current available records. In Arkansas, the state law gives us the right to view records that are made available to the public. The Arkansas Criminal Justice Information Center is only a county archive.
The Arkansas Criminal Justice Information Center is located in Russellville, Arkansas, which is a small city of about 5,000 people. The center has access to the public records of the cities of Russellville, Ark. and Bentonville. The public records at the Arkansas Criminal Justice Information Center are located in the Bentonville archives only.
The public records at the Arkansas Criminal Justice Information Center are public information. But since the center has no staff and no employees, no one ever looks at the records. The archives are closed to the public and only closed to the public when it is a state law enforcement matter.
The information center was opened in 2009 and offers a number of services. The first is that it houses public records that have been sealed by the Arkansas State Police. Since the Arkansas State Police has no personnel, the records are also completely unsearchable. They can be searched, but only to determine if they contain information that could be used in future criminal investigations.