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Beaver County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Criminal Records

The Beaver County Sheriff's Office is the largest and primary law enforcement agency of the county and is tasked with fulfilling a variety of crime-management related duties, including maintaining and disseminating related records. However, all requests for criminal history information and background checks are processed by the Pennsylvania State Police, which manages the central Repository maintains of all criminal history information of the state.

How to Get Criminal Records

The Pennsylvania State Police processes requests for statewide criminal history records and background checks. Interested parties may access these records by using the Pennsylvania Access to Criminal History database (PATCH), or by sending a completed and notarized Criminal Record Check Form along with the fees indicated on the form to:

Pennsylvania State Police Central Repository - RCPU
1800 Elmerton Avenue
Harrisburg, PA 17110-9758
(888) 783-7972

To self-serve online using the PATCH platform, the requesting party may conduct a search using the personal information of the subject. Access to this service requires a non-refundable credit card payment of $22 per subject.

How to Find Sex Offender Information

Sex offenders residing within county limits of Beaver are required to register with the Beaver County Sheriffs Office. All public sex offender information is provided on the state's Megan's Law website maintained by the Pennsylvania State Police Department. Interested persons may search the registry by the name of the offender, location or registration number. The registry also provides information regarding changes to sex offender locations and their compliance status. To stay updated about offenders resident in Beaver County, interested residents may also register to receive email notifications from the Pennsylvania State Police electronic notification system.

Where and How to Get Inmate and Jail Information

All information relating to persons incarcerated within county limits are managed by the Beaver County Jail Division. Interested persons may query the facility for inmate information in person, or may do so by sending a written request to:

Beaver County Jail
6000 Woodlawn Boulevard
Aliquippa, PA 15001
Phone: (724) 378-8177

Alternatively, requestors may use the state inmate locator maintained by the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections to track down inmates or retrieve relevant jail information. To use the locator, the requesting party is required to know the name and/or date of birth of the detainee.

Court Records

Where and How to Get Court Records

The office of the Beaver County Clerk of Courts maintains records of all cases filed with and heard by the court. Non-confidential records can be obtained from the office by searching the public web docket sheets on the Pennsylvania Judicial System Web Portal and can also be accessed by making in-person or mail queries to the courthouse.

To use the online docket search tool, the requestor will be required to provide relevant information regarding the record required, including the case file number and the names of the persons involved. Respondents will also be charged a $.50 per page copy fee. On the other hand, requestors may send a written request stating the names of the parties involved, the case file number and the date of filing to:

​Beaver County Courthouse
810 Third Street,
Beaver, PA 15009
Phone: (724) 770-4590
Fax: (724) 728-8853

Location of All Courts in the County

Listed below are the addresses and contact information of all the courthouses in Beaver County, Pennsylvania:

Beaver County Court of Common Pleas - Clerk of Courts
Beaver County Courthouse
810 Third St,
Beaver, PA 15009
Phone: (724) 770-4590
Fax: (724) 728-8853

Beaver County Magisterial District Court 36-1-01
650 11th St,
Ambridge, PA 15003
Phone: (724) 770-2000
Fax: (724) 266-5331

Beaver County Magisterial District Court 36-1-02
Human Services Building
1010 8th Ave,
Beaver Falls, PA 15010
Phone: (724) 770-2002
Fax: (724) 846-9417

Beaver County Magisterial District Court 36-2-01
559 Third Ave,
Freedom, PA 15042
Phone: (724) 774-0840
Fax: (724) 774-3231

Beaver County Magisterial District Court 36-2-02
175 Friendship Dr, Beaver, PA 15009
Phone: (724) 775-3380
Fax: (724) 775-3531

Beaver County Magisterial District Court 36-3-01
513 11th St,
New Brighton, PA 15066
Phone: (724) 770-2001
Fax: (724) 843-9061

Beaver County Magisterial District Court 36-3-02
19 Cessna Dr, Beaver Falls, PA 15010
Phone: (724) 770-2003
Fax: (724) 843-1322

Beaver County Magisterial District Court 36-3-03
226-F Center Grange Rd,
Aliquippa, PA 15001
Phone: (724) 775-1714
Fax: (724) 775-4254

Beaver County Magisterial District Court 36-3-04
1515 Gringo Rd, SR 151,
Aliquippa, PA 15001
Phone: (724) 770-2004
Fax: (724) 378-9994

Where and How to Get Bankruptcy Records

Beaver county Pennsylvania records are maintained by the Western District of Pennsylvania US Bankruptcy Court. Copies of these records may be obtained by querying the courthouse in person or by sending a written request stating the name of the debtor, the case file number and the date of filing to:

U.S. Bankruptcy Court
5414 U.S. Steel Tower
600 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
(412) 644-2700

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Vital Records

Pennsylvania State vital records are the primary responsibility of the Bureau of Health Statistics and Registries of the Pennsylvania Department of Health. Vital records for Beaver County are co-managed by the Beaver County Clerk of Courts and the Register of Wills. However, birth and death records are mostly issued at the state level.

Where and How to Get Divorce Records

Records of divorces granted in Beaver County are maintained by the office of the Beaver County Clerk of Courts. To obtain copies of these records, interested persons may search the public web docket sheets on Pennsylvania's Judicial System Web Portal or make in-person or mail queries to the courthouse.

For online searches, the respondent is required to search the online docket search tool using the names of the divorcees, the date the divorce was filed and the place of the divorce. Similarly, a written request should state the names of the parties, the case file number and the date of filing to. The requests may then be made at/to:

​Beaver County Courthouse
810 Third Street
Beaver, PA 15009
Phone: (724) 770-4590
Fax: (724) 728-8853
Mail: jenslen@beavercountypa.gov

Where and How to Get Marriage Records

Records of marriages licensed in Beaver County are managed by the Beaver County Register of Wills Office. ​To obtain copies of these records, interested persons may send mail requests to the Register's office. Requestors are charged a $5.00 research fee per record requested. They are also required to provide the cheque or money payment of the stated fee along with a self-addressed and stamped envelope, the maiden names of the spouses and some contact information to the Register of Clerks office, located at:

Beaver County Courthouse,
810 Third Street,
Beaver, PA 15009

Where and How to Get Birth and Death Records

The Vital Records Division of the state Bureau of Health Statistics responds to requests for Beaver County birth and death records. In compliance with state law, only the registrant, a family member of the registrant or decedent, their parents/legal guardians or legally authorized/court-approved persons may request copies of birth or death certificates of births or deaths before 1906.

Copies of birth and death records (from 1906 to present) can be obtained by sending a completed Application for a Birth Certificate or an Application for a Death Certificate along with the fees and ID requirements indicated on the form to:

Department of Health,
Division of Vital Records
P.O. Box 1528
Newcastle, PA 1628