01. How do I get a copy of a police report?
02. How do I get a copy of a accident report?
03. How do I add information to my police report?
04. Can I file a police report on-line?
05. Who do I contact with questions on subpoena’s or summons?
06. Who do I contact with questions on writs of executions?
07. Can you help me get my property back from my old roommate, husband, or wife?
08. How do I get a protection order or a restraining order?
09. How do I check to see if a protection order has been served?
10. Where do I go to get traps to trap stray animals?
11. Does Miller County have a leash law?
12. Does Miller County trap nuisance wildlife
13. Where can I get information about my traffic citation?
14. How do I find out if I have a warrant?
15. I need to find out how much a bond is on a warrant, whom do I contact?
16. How do I get to the Sheriff's Office/Detention Center?
17. Some of my property was seized, who do I need to contact?
18. Can I get a background check on a citizen?
19. Can the Sheriff’s Department tell me if something I have purchased is stolen?
20. When and where do I go to get fingerprinted?
21. How can I find out if a sex offender lives in my neighborhood?
22. When is my child required to be in a car seat?
23. How do I file a Freedom of Information request?
24. I need some information on someone who was in jail but has been released, who do I need to contact?
25. How do I get a copy of my driving record?
26. How can I file a complaint against an employee?
27. Is there a noise ordinance?
28. Can the Sheriff’s Department jump start my car?
29. What job opportunities are currently available?
30. How long do I have to tag or insure my vehicle?
31. Can I go on a police ride-a-long?


01. Q: How do I get a copy of a police report?
A: Incident Reports: Police reports are usually ready within 1 working day and are available for pick up at the Sheriff’s Department Front Desk. If you have any questions regarding a police report you can reach the Front Desk at 870-774-3001 during the hours of 08:00 am through 04:30 pm, Monday through Friday.


02. Q: How do I get a copy of a accident report?
A: Accident Reports: Accident Reports are usually ready within 48 hours and are available for pick up at the Sheriff’s Department Front Desk. If you have any questions regarding an accident report you can reach the Sheriff’s Department at 870-774-3001 during the hours of 08:00 am through 04:30 pm, Monday through Friday.


03. Q: How do I add information to my police report?
A: Information can be added to your report by either contacting the original officer who took the report or the detective assigned by calling 870-774-3001.


04. Q: Can I file a police report on-line?
A: No. A deputy must make contact with a person making a report, either in person or by phone. If you need to file a police report you should call the non-emergency number at 870-774-3001.


05. Q: Who do I contact with questions on subpoena’s or summons?
A: During business hours Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 04:30 pm you may call the Sheriffs Department at 870-774-3001.


06. Q: Who do I contact with questions on writs of executions?
A: During business hours Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 04:30 pm you may call the Sheriff’s Department at 870-774-3001.


07. Q: Can you help me get my property back from my old roommate, husband, or wife?
A: This is considered a civil matter between you and your roommate, husband or wife. The Sheriff’s Office cannot get involved in these matters. All civil matters are handled through the court. If you fear for your safety while you retrieve some of your property you can call our non-emergency number, 870-774-3001, and request an officer.


08. Q: How do I get a protection order or a restraining order?
A: File a report with the Miller County Sheriff’s Department.


09. Q: How do I check to see if a protection order has been served?
A: You may call the Sheriff’s Department at 870-774-3001 and ask if it has been served.


10. Q: Where do I go to get traps to trap stray animals?
A: The Miller County Sheriff's Office does not loan out traps.


11. Q: Does Miller County have a leash law?
A: No. The unincorporated areas of the county currently do not have a leash law. Each city has different ordinances. Check with the local Police for city ordinance information.


12. Q: Does Miller County trap nuisance wildlife
A: No. Miller County does not trap nuisance wildlife. You may contact Arkansas Game and Fish if you have an alligator or Protected Animal issue.


13. Q: Where can I get information about my traffic citation?
A: Information regarding court dates, the price of a ticket, questions regarding the amount of any fine or how to keep a ticket off of your driving record can be obtained by calling the District Court the ticket was assigned. The court's phone number will be on the ticket.


14. Q: How do I find out if I have a warrant?
A: The Miller County Sheriff's Department can only tell you about warrants we are responsible for. You can contact the Warrants Department at 870-774-3001 between the hours of 08:00 am through 04:30 pm, Monday-Friday. After hours you can contact the Communications Center at 870-774-3001.


15. Q: I need to find out how much a bond is on a warrant, whom do I contact?
A: You can contact the Sheriff’s Department at 870-774-3001.


16. Q: How do I get to the Sheriff's Office/Detention Center?
A: Our address is 2300 East Street, Texarkana, Arkansas 71854-8023. For a map of the area go to our directions page.
     Traveling North Bound on 71: The Sheriff’s Department is located ½ mile north of Hwy 245 on the right.
     Traveling South Bound on 71: If you are traveling south bound on 71, you will see the Miller County Sheriff’s Department on your left.


17. Q: Some of my property was seized, who do I need to contact?
A: You can contact the Sheriff’s Department at 870-774-3001 between the hours of 08:00 am through 04:30 pm, Monday-Friday.


18. Q: Can I get a background check on a citizen?
A: The Sheriff’s Department can give you a background check on a citizen. They can only give you information on incidents that occurred in the unincorporated areas of the county. The Sheriff’s Department number is 870-774-3001. If you need background checks for other cities you can use the Arkansas State Police Online Criminal Background Check System.


19. Q: Can the Sheriff’s Department tell me if something I have purchased is stolen?
A: If you have the serial number of the purchased item you can come to the Sheriff’s Department between the hours of 08:00 am through 04:30 pm, Monday-Friday. NOTE: You MUST bring the item with you to the Sheriff's Office.


20. Q: When and where do I go to get fingerprinted?
A: The Miller County Detention Center provides fingerprinting services for employment purposes on Wednesday’s and Friday’s from 01:00 pm to 3:00 pm. You will need to provide a photo ID or your Driver’s License.


21. Q: How can I find out if a sex offender lives in my neighborhood?
A: Sex offenders who live in the unincorporated areas of the county are required by law to register with the Sheriff’s Office. On certain levels of registered sex offenders, the Sheriff’s Office will notify the residents in the neighborhood, which the sex offender lives. If you have any further questions you can contact the Detective Division at 870-774-3001.


22. Q: When is my child required to be in a car seat?
A: Arkansas laws require that a child under six (6) years of age or sixty (60) pounds shall be restrained in a child passenger safety seat properly secured to the vehicle. Any child over six (6) and under fifteen (15) years of age must be secured in a seatbelt.


23. Q: How do I file a Freedom of Information request?
A: FOI requests are handled by the Sheriff’s Department at 870-774-3001 between the hours of 08:00 am through 04:30 pm, Monday-Friday.


24. Q: I need some information on someone who was in jail but has been released, who do I need to contact?
A: Detainee records are handled by the Detention Facility and you can contact them at 870-774-3001 between the hours of 08:00 am through 04:30 pm, Monday-Friday.


25. Q: How do I get a copy of my driving record?
A: For questions regarding your driving record, contact Driver Control at 870-773-7826.


26. Q: How can I file a complaint against an employee?
A: You have to speak with a Supervisor by calling 870-774-3001.


27. Q: Is there a noise ordinance?
A: No. The unincorporated areas of the county currently do not have a noise ordinance. Each city has different ordinances. Check with the local Police for city ordinance information.


28. Q: Can the Sheriff’s Department jump start my car?
A: No. Our police cars are not equipped to jump start cars. Usually a wrecker service can provide you with assistance.


29. Q: What job opportunities are currently available?
A: Thank you for inquiring about employment with the Miller County Sheriff’s Office. We offer both sworn and non-sworn positions. For more information you can contact us at 870-774-3001 or you may go to our website at http://www.millercountyso.us and click on Job Postings for listings and to print an application.


30. Q: How long do I have to tag or insure my vehicle?
A: You have 30 days to tag your vehicle. Your vehicle should be insured immediately after purchase to abide with Arkansas State Laws. If you have further questions regarding your insurance you should contact your insurance company.


31. Q: Can I go on a police ride-a-long?
A: At this time the Miller County Sheriff’s Office does not have a ride-a-long program.