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Hot Spring County Sheriff's Office

The duties which a Law Enforcement officer owes to the state are of a most exacting nature. No one is compelled to choose the profession of a Law Enforcement officer, but having chosen it, everyone is obliged to live up to the standard of its requirements. To join in that high enterprise means the surrender of much individual freedom.
-- Calvin Coolidge, 30th American President

Hot Spring County was formed on November 2, 1829, by the Territorial Legislature from a part of Clark County. The county’s name came from the natural hot springs that later became world famous as a part of Garland County. The county seat is Malvern. The landscape is forested ridges, and river bottomland, with the Ouachita Mountains in the north and west and rolling hills in the southeast. Hot Spring County’s economy base is beef and dairy cattle, and cultivation of hay, soybeans, and rice. Industrial development includes lumber mills, brick plants, metals, and small industry.

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