According to our research of Arkansas and other state lists there were 20 registered sex offenders living in Ashdown as of August 10, 2017.
The ratio of number of residents in Ashdown to the number of sex offenders is 232 to 1.
ASHDOWN—A series of startling statements shook the second day of Tim Howard’s retrial Tuesday, as prosecutors continued presenting their case.
Child maltreatment occurs when the caretaker harms the child or lets harm come to the child, or fails to meet the child’s basic needs. Some people (for example, doctors, teachers and school counselors) must, by law, report suspected child maltreatment.
If you need to report child maltreatment, please call the Crimes Against Children Hotline at 1-800-482-5964 or visit the following website from the Administrative Office of the Courts: When the Division of Children and Family Services (DCFS) gets a report of suspected child maltreatment, Arkansas law says that DCFS or the Arkansas State Police Family Protection Unit will assess the report. If you have been named as an offender in a true report, and you do not agree with the finding, you have 30 days from the date you are handed the written notice, or the date it was mailed, to ask for a hearing to appeal the finding.
If you are the subject of the report, you can request a copy of the report. If requested, DCFS can tell the court and the prosecuting attorney about the report. Send a written, notarized request, along with a check or money order in the amount of .00, to get a copy of your report.
The written request must give your name and address and the names of the children involved.