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Allegheny County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Allegheny County Arrest Records?

Allegheny County arrest records provide information on all the events that led to an arrest. Local law enforcement agencies generate arrest records when a suspect is held in custody. Arrest records contain background details of the subject such as name, date of birth, physical features as well as details about the arrest warrant, the arresting officer, and the name and date of the arrest.

Generally, the Allegheny County Sheriff maintains Allegheny County arrest records. Also, arrest documents are the purview of the arresting agency. Under normal conditions, arrest records are public records in Pennsylvania.

Crime Statistics

Crime data for Allegheny are unavailable. However, 2016 crime figures for Pittsburgh, the county seat are available and representative of crime trends in the county. Pittsburg recorded 57 murders, 100 rapes, 1000 robberies, and 1209 assaults. Property crime breakdown shows that there were 1,828 burglaries, 7,222 thefts, 818 auto thefts, and 153 arsons in the county in the same year.

Compared to the previous year, these figures show that the murder rate remained the same while rape (22%), robbery (16.6%), assault (3.3%), theft (1.8%), and auto theft (36.1%) rates increased. On the other hand, there were fewer incidences of burglary (16.8%) and arson (11%).

What are Allegheny County Criminal Records?

In Pennsylvania, criminal records contain details of an individual's criminal activity. Allegheny County criminal records provide information on an arrest, criminal charge, and criminal conviction. They differ from Allegheny arrest records in that they contain broader information about a crime. However, like arrest records, criminal records fall under the category of Allegheny County public records.

The Allegheny County Sheriff's Office is the county's principal law enforcement officer. Therefore, the office maintains and grants access to criminal records pursuant to Pennsylvania's Right to Know law.

How Do I Get Allegheny County Criminal Records?

Statewide, the Pennsylvania State Police maintains criminal records in the state. Interested individuals can make requests online via the Pennsylvania Access to Criminal History website. Walk-in requests are also available by submitting a Criminal History Request Form via mail to:

Pennsylvania State Police Central Repository - RCPU
1800 Elmerton Avenue
Harrisburg, PA 17110-9758

The State Police charges $22 for standard record check requests and $5 for notary fees. Fees are payable by money order. If records prove difficult to find, the requestor can call (888) 783-7972 toll-free.

How to Find Allegheny County Sex Offender Information

Pennsylvania laws empower the State Police to maintain an up-to-date registry of sex offenders living in the state. The State Police makes these Allegheny public records available on the Pennsylvania Megan’s Law website. Anyone can search this database to locate registered sex offenders residing in Allegheny County.

To find an individual sex offender, the interested party can make use of the Name Search function on the state's sex offender registry website. The County Search page also provides a full list of all sex offenders living in Allegheny County. Select Allegheny from the drop-down list of Pennsylvania counties or click the Allegheny on the county map on the page.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Allegheny County Jail?

At the Allegheny County Jail, visitation is strictly by appointment. Anyone who wishes to see an inmate will need to schedule an appointment online or via phone at (855) 208-7349. The intending party should schedule a visit at least two to seven days prior.

Visiting hours depend on the inmate's pod. For new visitors, the jail requires that they register at the facility at least 15 minutes before the time of the visit. Visiting time is subject to rescheduling or cancellation. The County website has detailed information on the jail visitation policies.

Where and How to Find Allegheny County Inmate Information

While Allegheny County does not provide a local resource for finding individuals booked into its jails, it is still possible to locate inmates in the county through the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections. Visit the inmate locator tool on the website of the Department of Corrections and search by name and/or inmate number. Select Allegheny from the county list to filter the search and get results for correctional facilities in Allegheny County only.

What are Allegheny County Court Records?

Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas is the major organ of the county’s judicial system. It has a Department of Court Records that maintains all of the case documents generated in this court. There are three sections of the Department of Court Records: Civil/Family Division, Criminal Division, and Wills/Orphans’ Court Division. To obtain court records from any of these divisions, use the county’s online Electronic Filing and Retrieval System. This search portal also provides access to the county’s marriage records including marriage licenses. Public users can also use the online portal to request and obtain court records for the county.

Location of All Courts in Allegheny County

Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas - Civil Division
City-County Building
414 Grant St
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone: (412) 350-5400

Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas - Civil/Family Division
City-County Building
414, Grant St
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone: (412) 350-5729

Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas - Criminal Division
Allegheny County Courthouse
436, Grant St
#114
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone: (412) 350-5322

Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas - Criminal Division
Allegheny County Courthouse
436, Grant St
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone: (412) 350-5525

Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas - Family Division - Adult Section
440, Ross St
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone: (412) 350-5600

Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas - Family Division - Children's Court
440, Ross St
#5000
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone: (412) 350-0377

Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas - Family Division - Juvenile Section
550, 5th Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone: (412) 350-0200
Fax: (412) 350-0197

Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas - Orphans' Court
Frick Building
437, Grant St
#1700
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone: (412) 350-5550

Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas - Wills/Orphans' Court Division
City-County Building
414, Grant St
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone: (412) 350-4180

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-01
660, Lincoln Ave
Second Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15202
Phone: (412) 761-8770
Fax: (412) 761-8254

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-02
439, Perry Hwy
Pittsburgh, PA 15229
Phone: (412) 931-3205
Fax: (412) 931-4135

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-03
1007 Mount Royal Blvd, Pittsburgh, PA 15223
Phone: (412) 487-7630
Fax: (412) 487-7567

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-04
1205 Main St, Sharpsburg, PA 15215
Phone: (412) 784-8555
Fax: (412) 784-3167

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-05
1010, Broadview Blvd
Brackenridge, PA 15014
Phone: (724) 224-5555
Fax: (724) 226-1594

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-06
85, Universal Rd
Pittsburgh, PA 15235
Phone: (412) 731-0100
Fax: (412) 731-1986

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-07
Parkway Building
339, Old Haymaker Rd
#1500
Monroeville, PA 15146
Phone: (412) 372-1125
Fax: (412) 372-8740

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-08
21, Yost Blvd
#100
Pittsburgh, PA 15221
Phone: (412) 646-1837
Fax: (412) 646-4729

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-10
Penn West Office Building
907, West St
Third Floor
Wilkinsburg, PA 15221
Phone: (412) 241-6529
Fax: (412) 247-9270

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-11
371, Lincoln Highway
North Versailles, PA 15137
Phone: (412) 824-3862
Fax: (412) 824-3864

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-12
8105, Perry Hwy
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Phone: (412) 366-2221
Fax: (421) 366-8260

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-13
687, O'Neil Blvd
McKeesport, PA 15132
Phone: (412) 664-4612
Fax: (412) 664-1554

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-14
2629, Skyline Dr
West Mifflin, PA 15122
Phone: (412) 466-1503
Fax: (412) 466-3202

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-15
510, E 8th Ave
Munhall, PA 15120
Phone: (412) 461-5977
Fax: (412) 461-0786

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-16
343, Old Curry Hollow Rd
Pittsburgh, PA 15236
Phone: (412) 653-2102
Fax: (412) 653-0221

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-17
Caste Village Shopping Center
5301, Grove Rd
#M201
Pittsburgh, PA 15236
Phone: (412) 885-2111
Fax: (412) 885-4630

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-18
5001, Curry Rd
#2
Pittsburgh, PA 15236
Phone: (412) 714-8354
Fax: (412) 714-8645

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-19
Washington Center Building
680, Washington Rd
#B103
Pittsburgh, PA 15228
Phone: (412) 561-4415
Fax: (412) 561-4338

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-20
Bethel Park Municipal Building
5100, W Library Ave
Bethel Park, PA 15102
Phone: (412) 835-1661
Fax: (412) 835-4060

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-21
295, Millers Run Rd
Bridgeville, PA 15017
Phone: (412) 221-3353
Fax: (412) 221-0908

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-22
Scott Township Municipal Building
301, Lindsay Rd
Carnegie, PA 15106
Phone: (412) 276-7887
Fax: (412) 276-0654

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-23
136, Bradford Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15205
Phone: (412) 921-5559
Fax: (412) 921-5619

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-25
923, Fifth Ave
First Floor
Coraopolis, PA 15108
Phone: (412) 262-3881
Fax: (412) 262-2710

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-26
2611, Hayden Blvd
#3
Route 51 N
Elizabeth, PA 15037
Phone: (412) 382-3050
Fax: (412) 382-3052

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-27
Maul Building
1700 E Carson St
#300
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
Phone: (412) 481-0616
Fax: (412) 481-1997

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-28
1901, Centre Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone: (412) 261-2660
Fax: (412) 261-0772

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-31
6808, Greenwood St
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Phone: (412) 404-5914
Fax: (412) 404-5916

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-32
10101, Saltsburg Rd
P.O. Box 14248
Plum, PA 15239
Phone: (412) 793-2727
Fax: (412) 793-1355

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-35
5850, 1/2 Forward Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Phone: (412) 521-9288
Fax: (412) 521-3400

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-36
4371, Murray Ave
Lower Level Rear
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Phone: (412) 521-7782
Fax: (412) 521-3500

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-38
736, Brookline Blvd
Pittsburgh, PA 15226
Phone: (412) 343-1188
Fax: (412) 343-6667

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-40
421, E Ohio St
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Phone: (412) 321-0788
Fax: (412) 321-4014

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-42
3880, Perrysville Ave
First Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15214
Phone: (412) 321-0116
Fax: (412) 321-0702

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-43
5624, Steubenville Pike
McKees Rocks, PA 15136
Phone: (412) 787-5000
Fax: (412) 787-5510

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-2-47
100, Penn Plaza Shopping Center
Penn Ave
Turtle Creek, PA 15145
Phone: (412) 824-6201
Fax: (412) 824-6364

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-3-02
190, Ohio River Blvd
P.O. Box 153
Leetsdale, PA 15056
Phone: (724) 266-7179
Fax: (724) 266-7422

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-3-03
721 Gulf Lab Rd
Cheswick, PA 15024
Phone: (724) 274-4800
Fax: (724) 274-2515

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-3-04
2060, Saxonburg Blvd
Gibsonia, PA 15044
Phone: (724) 265-2380
Fax: (724) 265-2727

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-3-05
Rainbow Village Shopping Center
1985, Lincoln Way
White Oak, PA 15131
Phone: (412) 672-3916
Fax: (412) 672-3922

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-3-06
104, Linden Ave
McKees Rocks, PA 15136
Phone: (412) 331-3414
Fax: (412) 331-3422

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-3-09
One Allegheny Square
#1
Glassport, PA 15045
Phone: (412) 673-0864
Fax: (412) 673-0467

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-3-10
4211, Butler St
Pittsburgh, PA 15201
Phone: (412) 681-1558
Fax: (412) 681-5300

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-3-12
566, Brushton Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15208
Phone: (412) 241-1165
Fax: (412) 241-3600

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-3-13
22, Wabash St
#101
Pittsburgh, PA 15220
Phone: (412) 331-9828
Fax: (412) 331-0475

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-3-14
2213, Brownsville Rd
Pittsburgh, PA 15210
Phone: (412) 884-1511
Fax: (412) 884-3135

Allegheny County Magisterial District Court 05-3-17
8052, Steubenville Pike
Oakdale, PA 15071
Phone: (724) 695-2070
Fax: (724) 695-3761

Pittsburgh Municipal Court
Municipal Courts Building
660, 1st Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone: (412) 350-6715

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What are Allegheny County Vital Records

In Pennsylvania, a vital record refers to official documentation of vital events. Vital events include births, marriages, divorces, deaths. Therefore, Allegheny County vital records provide information on vital events that occurred in the county.

The Pennsylvania Department of Health is the agency responsible for issuing Allegheny County vital records. To obtain one of these Allegheny public records, the interested party will need to send a request to the Division of Vital Records. The County Clerk also maintains some vital records.

Where and How to Get Allegheny County Divorce Records

Allegheny County divorce records are obtainable from the office of the Allegheny County Department of Court Records, Civil and Family Division. Certified copies of divorce records cost $20 each. The requester can obtain copies by picking up a request form at:

City-County Building
414 Grant Street, First Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15219-2469

The County's E-filing and Retrieval System is also useful for a records search. Through this tool, the interested party can search for divorce records by inputting the case number in the search box provided. Under Pennsylvania's Rights to Know laws, divorce records are open to the public unless sealed by court order. However, certified copies of divorce records are only available to eligible individuals which include the divorcees and their legal representatives.

Where and How to Get Allegheny County Marriage Records

To obtain marriage records, the record seeker will need to use the county’s e-Filing and Retrieval System to conduct an online marriage license search. To search for marriage records, enquirers need to submit their email addresses. The requester should then make payments for search and copy fees with credit or debit cards.

It is also possible to obtain marriage records by visiting the Wills and Orphans’ Court Records Division located on the first floor of the Allegheny City-County Building. The Records Division charges $4 for using the online search system. The fee for a plain or non-certified copy of a marriage license is also $4. There is a $10 fee for searching for and obtaining a Triple Seal certified copy of a marriage license.

Where and How to Get Allegheny County Birth Records

The Pennsylvania Department of Health, Vital Records Division is the repository for Allegheny County birth records. Birth records since January 1906 are available upon request. A birth certificate costs $20.

In Pennsylvania, the record's subject must be 18 years and above before they can lay claim to a birth certificate. Also, the registrant's close relatives and legal attorneys can claim birth records. Upon request, the eligible party will need to complete a Birth Certificate Application form, submit a valid I.D, and forward all necessary documents and fees to:

Division of Vital Records
P.O. Box 1528
New Castle, PA 16103-1528
Phone: (724) 656-3100

Where and How to Get Allegheny County Death Records

Allegheny County death records filed since January 1906 are available at the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Vital Records Division. Under Pennsylvania laws, death records are only available to the immediate family or legal representatives of the deceased of the record subject. A court may unseal a death record for research purposes. Obtaining certified copies of a death certificate will cost the requester $20 per copy. As proof of qualification, requestors should submit a valid I.D. They will also need to complete a Death Certificate Application form and forward all requirements to:

Division of Vital Records
P.O. Box 1528
New Castle, PA 16103-1528
Phone: (724) 656-3100

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Allegheny County?

Under the Pennsylvania Right to Know Law, Allegheny County property records are open and accessible to the general public. Interested persons can inspect or obtain copies of a record by contacting the custodian office.

Where and How to Find Property Records in Allegheny County?

The Alleghany County Department of Real Estate maintains all Allegheny County property records. It also compiles and keeps official records and information relating to the possession of real estate within the county. Interested residents may visit or contact the Department of Real Estate to obtain copies of Allegheny County property records:

Allegheny County Department of Real Estate
County Office Building
542 Forbes Avenue, Room 101
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone: (412) 350-4226
Fax: (412) 350-3787
webmaster.deeds@alleghenycounty.us

How to Look Up Allegheny County Property Records?

The Department of Real Estate maintains the online Records Search portal of Allegheny County. Interested persons can search this online portal by address or parcel number, and provide the house number, street name, and municipality. Requesters can also make in-person requests in Room 101 of the County Office Building or make a mail request by filling out the request form. Attach the required fee of $10 per copy to the filled-out form and submit to:

Department of Real Estate
Attn: Copy Department
County Office Building, Room 101
542 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

The Allegany County Information Portal is another online search option that contains land records and real estate information. The Allegany County Register of Deeds further provides interested researchers with online access to property records, historical deeds, and other related documents.

Location of Allegheny County Property Assessors

Allegheny County Office of Property Assessments
542 Forbes Avenue
Room 347
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone: (412) 350-4636
Fax: (412) 350-6084