Plan ahead for disasters. Visit ready.gov and the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management website.
The Human Trafficking Act of 2013 called for the Attorney General to establish a task force to address every aspect of human trafficking in the State, including the forced labor trafficking and sex trafficking of U.S. citizens and foreign nationals.
The task force developed a state plan to prevent trafficking, work to improve information sharing among governmental and nongovernmental organizations that deal with the issue, raise public awareness of human trafficking and create a training curriculum for law enforcement officials. The Attorney General's State Task Force for the Prevention of Human Trafficking's final report was presented to the General Assembly in 2014.
Laura’s Card is a resource card for law enforcement agencies, service providers and victims that includes victims' rights, crisis lines, contacts for shelters and law enforcement and other information.
New, free guides to include checklists to follow when an adult loved one goes missing and resources are available.
Order Missing Adult Resource Guides on the online form or email email@example.com.
Sex Offender Registry
The Arkansas Crime Information Center provides the Sex Offender Registry Search. The registry is updated as offender addresses and other information is updated with ACIC. You can search for offenders by address, city, county or zip code and see information on the publishable offenders within the map view. You can also search for an offender by name if applicable.
VINELink, an online portal to the victim notification network providing victims and concerned citizens with information, can be accessed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to provide the most reliable information for custody status changes and criminal case information.