The Administrative Department includes both staff responsible for overseeing the various departments of the clerk’s office and staff responsible for providing support services for those departments.  It also provides jury administration services to the Circuit Court of Pulaski County. 

See services pages for Administration and Jury Administration for detailed information.


The responsibilities of the Accounting Department are many and varied.  They include:

  • Record and balance all monies received by the clerk’s office.
  • Receive and disburse restitution payments.
  • Receive and record fine payments, court costs, probation fees, and drug scan fees.
  • Receive and disburse child support and alimony payments.

See services page Child Support/Alimony/Fines/Fees for detailed information.

Central Receiving

Central Receiving provides customer service regarding the Circuit Court of Pulaski County.  New cases are filed in this department, as are documents concerning existing cases.  The staff of Central Receiving also issues writs, files orders of protection, and initiates civil and criminal appeals from district courts.

See services page Court Filings for detailed information.

Court Clerks

Court Clerks staffers review and approve all court documents filed through Pulaski County's seventeen circuit courts.  They also provide back-office support to those courts.


Imaging staffers are responsible for the preservation of archived court records from the decades of the 1960's through the 2000’s via conversion from paper to electronic files.

Information Technology

The Information Technology Department develops and maintains all facets of the clerk’s computer network.  It also provides technical services to the Circuit Court of Pulaski County.


The Juvenile Department serves as the repository for all documents filed with the Juvenile Division of the Circuit Court of Pulaski County.  Department staffers also review and approve all court documents filed through the Juvenile Court.

Real Estate

The Real Estate Department records many different types of instruments, including, but not limited to:

  • Deeds
  • Mortgages
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Notary Bonds
  • Certificates of Military Discharge

See services page Real Estate for detailed information.


The responsibilities of the Records Department are many and varied.  They include:

  • Serve as the repository for all court documents.
  • Provide copies of court documents to the courts and the public.
  • Issue and record marriage licenses, minister’s credentials, and various other county- or state-required licenses.
  • Record and maintain county court orders and contracts.
  • Record and maintain various petitions concerning matters under the jurisdiction of the Pulaski County Court.

See services pages County Records and Marriage License for detailed information.

Voter Registration

Voter Registration staffers create and maintain Pulaski County voter registration records.

See services page Voter Registration for detailed information.