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Armstrong County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Arrest Records in Armstrong County?

Arrest records are official documents that detail an individual’s encounters with law enforcement within Armstrong County jurisdiction. These records usually comprise information on arrests, searches, inquiries, reports, warrants, and mug shots of a person. However, arrest records may not substitute criminal history information since they do not provide definitive proof of a person’s involvement in a crime. The Armstrong County Sheriff’s Office is the primary custodian of these records. Thus requests for them are usually directed to the Sherriff’s Office. Alternatively, an individual may use State Records’ online search tools.

Crime Statistics

According to data retrieved from the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s office, Armstrong County reported a total of 2558 criminal offenses in 2018.

Among them, 30.8% of the index crimes were drug-related. Property crimes were the second most reported offenses and accounted for 26.9% of the index crimes. Violent crimes (including rape and murder) were the third most reported offenses and constituted 17.9% of index crimes.

From 2017 to 2018, the reported index crime offenses in Armstrong County decreased by 7.1%. The number of reported criminal offenses decreased from 2754 to 2558. There was a year-on-year decrease in reported cases of drug-related crimes (11.3%) and property crimes (8.3%). However, there was no significant rise in violent crimes at 0.22%.

What are Armstrong County Criminal Records?

These are documents of an individual’s criminal history within the jurisdiction of Armstrong County. These records include reports about an individual’s arrests, warrants, criminal charges filed, pardons, and incarceration for criminal offenses. The Armstrong County Sheriff’s Office creates, maintains, and disseminates these records.

How Do I Get Armstrong County Criminal Records?

Members of the public can obtain criminal records from the Armstrong County Sheriff’s Office by mail. Usually, the requester must submit a completed request form in person, by e-mail, fax, or mail.

Armstrong County Courthouse
500 E. Market Street, Suite 106
Kittanning, PA 16201
Phone: (724) 548-3265
Fax: (724) 548-3264
e-mail:sheriff@co.armstrong.pa.us

Alternatively, third-party service providers manage and disseminate publicly available records are online. These online service providers, untethered by geographical location, are beneficial when searching for specific or multiple records.

However, these third-party service providers cannot guarantee record availability since they are not government-sponsored. To find a record using the search engines on third party sites, the requesting party must know:

  • The location of the record in question, i.e., city, county, or state
  • The name of the individual involved provided it is not a juvenile.

How to Find Armstrong County Sex Offender Information

The Pennsylvania Police Department maintains a sex offender registry useful to locate sex offenders in Armstrong County. To find information on a sex offender, query the database by selecting Armstrong County in the county name menu. A list of sex offenders, including those incarcerated, will be provided. The search may then click on the individual of interest to find additional information.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Armstrong County Jail?

Adult and juvenile offenders serve time at the Armstrong County Detention Center.

Armstrong County Jail,
171 Staley’s Court Road,
Kittanning, PA 16201

All visitors must complete an application and be approved before they can visit an inmate. Approval generally requires that the visitor is not on felony probation and can produce a valid government-issued photo. A parent or legal guardian must accompany children younger than 18 years. Visitors must wear appropriate clothing during the visitation. Personal items are not allowed inside the jail.

Alternatively, the county jail has made arrangements for video visitations. Although these visits happen remotely, the same rules apply. Appointments are scheduled on a first-come, first-serve basis and last for 15 minutes to 1 hour. Inmates can receive two visits per week or only one visit per day.

Where and How to Find Armstrong County Inmate Information

The Pennsylvania Department of Corrections maintains information on Armstrong County inmates accessible on its inmate locator. To query the system, enter information such as first name, last name, inmate number (if known), etc. The searcher must then select “Armstrong County Jail” as the current location.

What are Armstrong County Court Records?

Armstrong County Court Records are documents, files, and transcripts of everything that occurs during a legal process. The office of the Prothonotary and Clerk of Courts maintains court records in Armstrong County. Individuals who wish to access court records must visit the Clerk’s Office in person.

Armstrong County Courthouse
500 E. Market Street, Suite 103
Kittanning, PA 16201
Phone: (724) 548-3252

The Clerk’s Office maintains a complete schedule of fees on its website.

Alternatively, a person searching for Armstrong County records can find them online, on the Pennsylvania Judiciary Web Portal. Retrieving records online often involves completing a public court form and submitting it.

Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts
Information Technology – Public Access Unit
P.O. Box 62307 Harrisburg,
PA 17106-2307
Phone: (717) 795-2000
Fax: (717) 795-2002
E-mail: ediin@pacourts.us

Location of All Courts in Armstrong County

Armstrong County Courthouse
500 E Market St, #103,
Kittanning, PA 16201
Phone: (724) 548-3252
Fax: (724) 548-3351

Armstrong County Orphans’ Court
Armstrong County Courthouse
500 E Market St, #102,
Kittanning, PA 16201
Phone: (724) 548-3220
Fax: (724) 548-3236

Armstrong County Magisterial District Court 33-3-01
206 Fifth Ave,
Suite A,
P.O. Box 306,
Ford City, PA 16226
Phone: (724) 763-7866
Fax: (724) 763-8821

Armstrong County Magisterial District Court 33-3-02
201 N Jefferson St,
Kittanning, PA 16201
Phone: (724) 543-2313
Fax: (724) 545-9029

Armstrong County Magisterial District Court 33-3-03
241 Market St,
Leechburg, PA 15656
Phone: (724) 842-3571
Fax: (724) 845-7610

Armstrong County Magisterial District Court 33-3-04
720 Main St,
P.O. Box 393,
Rural Valley, PA 16249
Phone: (724) 783-6886
Fax: (724) 783-2079

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What are Armstrong County Vital Records?

Armstrong County’s vital records are official documents about all birth, death, marriage, and marriage dissolution within the county limits. The specific local or state custodian maintains and disseminates these records.

Where and How to Get Armstrong County Divorce Records

The Prothonotary & Clerk of Courts maintains and disseminates divorce records in Armstrong County. To obtain a divorce record, the concerned party must visit the Prothonotary’s office in person along with a valid means of identification such as a passport, driver’s license, or birth certificate.

Armstrong County Courthouse
500 E. Market Street, Suite 103
Kittanning, PA 16201
Phone: (724) 548-3252

Where and How to Get Armstrong County Marriage Records

Marriage License Clerks at the County Court House, maintain and disseminate marriage records in Armstrong County. To obtain a marriage record, the requester must visit the Court House in person.

Armstrong County Courthouse
500 E. Market Street, Suite 103
Kittanning, PA 16201
Phone: (724) 548-3252

Where and How to Get Armstrong County Birth Records

The Pennsylvania Department of Health maintains and disseminates birth records through the Vital Records division. Only immediate family members, authorized attorney, or individuals with tangible proof of legal interest can request these records. The applicable fee for certified copies is $20.00. The requester must make a personal check or money order payable to Vital Records. To order a record, the requester must complete an application form and mail it to:

Division of Vital Records
Birth Certificate Processing Unit
P.O. Box 1528
New Castle, PA 16103
(724) 656-3100.

Also, the Pennsylvania Department of Health has partnered with an independent vendor, VitalChek, through which an individual can order birth records online. The applicable fee for a certified copy is $20.00, as well as a $10.00 processing fee. Payment is through a valid credit card, and applicants must choose First Class Mail® or UPS as the preferred shipping option.

Where and How to Get Armstrong County Death Records

The Pennsylvania Department of Health maintains and disseminates birth records through the Vital Records division. Only immediate family members, authorized attorney, or individuals with tangible proof of legal interest can request these records. The applicable fee for certified copies is $20.00. The requester must make a personal check or money order payable to Vital Records. To order a record, the requester must complete an application form and mail it to:

Division of Vital Records
Death Certificate Processing Unit
P.O. Box 1528
New Castle, PA 16103
(724) 656-3100.

VitalChek also stores birth records that are available online. The applicable fee for a certified copy is $20.00, as well as a $10.00 processing fee. Payment is through a valid credit card, and applicants must choose First Class Mail® or UPS as the preferred shipping option.