Someone in your life who has once lived in Arkansas may have a criminal background. You’ll never know unless you choose to search through Arkansas arrest records for information. There are a couple of ways to do that. Going through the state will give you a fairly accurate account of a person’s criminal background. At least you can find out if the person has been arrested and for which crime(s). The state of Arkansas requires that you complete the form, ASP-122 and have it notarized. You’ll then mail it, along with a $20 fee and stamped, self-addressed envelope to:
Arkansas State Police
1 State Police Plaza Dr.
Little, Rock, AR 72209
Phone: (501) 618-8500
After the form and fee are received, expect to have results within seven to ten days (not including mailing time). The advantages of searching for a possible criminal background of a person are numerous. You’ll feel safer, both for yourself and your children if you know that a new neighbor, business associate, friend, caregiver, coach or teacher is free from a background of fraud or sex offences. Our society is so transient today that we can’t be too careful about whom we let into our lives and/or our businesses. There’s no way to know if what the person is telling you is true unless you take the time and effort to search through arrest records. One of the problems of using a state-based service is that the information you receive might not be as accurate as it should be. The databases and search engines of a state search aren’t as powerful as some of the private, Internet based search services and may not be as up-to-date because of staff shortages. When using a professional, fee-based service, you can be assured that you’ll receive accurate and timely information and that it will be presented in a report that you can easily understand.
There’s no reason to wonder or feel ill at ease about a person who has suddenly entered your life. You can take steps to search through criminal records and find out, once and for all if that person is trustworthy and safe to be around you, your business or loved ones.
Peace of mind can be a great feeling when you’re an employer looking for someone to enter your business as a partner or an employee, if you’re suspicious of someone who has recently entered your life or a questionable person in a loved one’s life.
Your children aren’t just making friends at school – with social networking, there’s an abundance of online friends that kids communicate with and might be dangerous for them. A relatively small fee and some basic information such as the name of the person and other data (birth date, race, gender and any other info that you might have) can put you in touch with professionals who will provide you with information you’ll need to make a decision.
Click on the link to find out more about online search sites and how you can benefit from searching through Arkansas arrest records.