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Bradford County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Bradford County Arrest Records?

Bradford County arrest records are publicly available logs of a person’s arrest. In Bradford County, arrest records are generated by the Bradford Sheriff’s Office and maintained by the Unified Judicial System in Pennsylvania.

Crime Statistics

In 2016, Bradford County law enforcement agencies reported a total of 652 violent crimes; two murder cases, 45 rape cases, 15 robbery cases, 590 aggravated and non-aggravated assault cases. When set side by side with the violent crimes reported in 2018, which consisted of 612 violent crimes, one murder case, 51 rape cases, four robbery cases, 556 aggravated and non-aggravated assault cases, a decrease is noticeable in the number of crimes committed. This reduction can be seen in the number of robbery and assault cases in 2018.

What are Bradford County Criminal Records?

Criminal records are official documents that provide information on felony committed by an individual. These records contain details of sentences, charges, or plea concerning an offender about a crime. Bradford County criminal records are maintained by the Bradford County Prothonotary’s Office. The Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania also keeps criminal records for all counties in the state, and it is easily accessible via their website.

How Do I Get Bradford County Criminal Records?

Bradford County residents can acquire criminal records from the Prothonotary and Clerk of Courts Office at;

Bradford County Courthouse
301 Main Street
Towanda, PA 18848
Phone: (570) 265-1705
Fax: (570) 265-1788
Email: closed@bradfordco.org

The Clerk of Courts Office opens from Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 pm. At the state level, criminal records can be accessed through the Unified Judicial System, which has the records of all counties for free.

How to Find Bradford County Sex Offender Information

Sex offenders in Bradford County are required to register with The Pennsylvania State Police. The Pennsylvania State Police has launched an Electronic Notification System that allows subscribers to receive updated information of sexual offenders in Bradford County or to track a particular sexual offender via email.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Bradford County Jail?

An inmate in Bradford County Correctional Facility can be visited physically or through telephone service. Inmate Telephone Services costs $2.50 monthly and can be deposited at the kiosk on Monday before 9.00 am and also by 10.00 am on Friday. The money deposited into the inmates’ accounts enables them to receive calls from their families and friends.

Visits to the Bradford County Correctional Facility in person can only be possible when the inmates call their visitors to set up their visits. All visitors to the correctional Facility must appear modest and are not required to bring in any extra items apart from their photo ID.

Where and How to Find Bradford County Inmate Information

The Bradford County Correctional Facility keeps and secures inmate information, which can be accessed online with the use of Inmate/Parolee Locator managed by the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections. Details provided include inmate number, full name, race, date of birth, current location, and county.

What are Bradford County Court Records?

Bradford County court records are records of judicial proceedings within the county. Bradford County court records for civil suits and family court actions are maintained by the Prothonotary’s Office, while criminal and juvenile court records are kept by the Clerk of Courts Office. Generally, court records in the state of Pennsylvania are kept by the Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania. Though official court records are available in paper format, these records can also be accessed online.

Location of All Courts in Bradford County

The following are the addresses and contact details of courthouses located in Bradford County:

Bradford County Court of Common Pleas
Bradford County Courthouse
301 Main St
Towanda, PA 18848
Phone: (570) 265-1705
Fax: (570) 265-1788

Bradford County Orphans’ Court
Bradford County Courthouse
301 Main St
Towanda, PA 18848
Phone: (570) 265-1702
Fax: (570) 265-1721

Bradford County Magisterial District Court 42-3-01
430 Canton St
Troy, PA 16947
Phone: (570) 297-3880
Fax: (570) 297-5071

Bradford County Magisterial District Court 42-3-02
75 Herrick Ave
Sayre, PA 18840
Phone: (570) 888-6324
Fax: (570) 888-5853

Bradford County Magisterial District Court 42-3-03
200 Main St
Towanda, PA 18848
Phone: (570) 265-2150
Fax: (570) 268-0874

Bradford County Magisterial District Court 42-3-04
1959 Golden Mile Rd
Wysox, PA 18854
Phone: (570) 265-9393
Fax: (570) 265-2041

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What are Bradford County Vital Records

Bradford County vital records are valuable information about a person’s life history and are usually recorded by government agencies. The Office of the Register and Recorder maintains vital records in Bradford County, which includes divorce, marriage, birth, and death records. Although birth and death certificates from 1893 through 1905 are available at the Register and Recorder’s office, birth and death certificates from 1906 to date can only be acquired via The Pennsylvania Department of Health or on the VitalChek webpage. Only relatives and legal representatives are allowed to obtain vital records for the person named on the certificate, and they will be asked to show a government-issued photo ID.

Where and How to Get Bradford County Divorce Records

Bradford County divorce records are maintained by the Prothonotary’s Office, and they can be accessed via Bradford County Web Viewer. However, a fee of $0.25 is charged for every document purchased through this medium. The Value Payment Systems also charges some extra fees for the processing of all transactions. Physical check of divorce records attracts $6.00 per copy. The address of the Prothonotary’s Office is:

Bradford County Courthouse
301 Main Street
Towanda, PA 18848
Phone: (570) 265-1705
Fax: (570) 265-1788
Email: closed@bradfordco.org

Where and How to Get Bradford County Marriage Records

Bradford County marriage records can be accessed by either sending a mail or contacting the Office of the Register and Recorder in Bradford County. Inquirers are required to fill an online application form for their marriage licenses. The Office of the Register and Recorder operates daily excluding weekends from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 pm, and their mailing address is;

Office of the Register and Recorder
Bradford County Courthouse
301 Main Street
Towanda, PA 18848
Phone: (570) 265-1702
Fax: (570) 265-1721
Email: bcregrec@bradfordco.org

Where and How to Get Bradford County Birth Records

Bradford County birth records from 1893 through 1905 can be obtained at the Office of the Register and Recorder, while the Pennsylvania Department of Health issues and keeps the birth records of Bradford County from 1906 to date. To acquire Bradford County birth records, an application form must be completed, and requesters must have a copy of government-issued photo ID. Applications sent through the mail should consist of the completed form, copy of ID and confirmation of payment addressed to;

Division of Vital Records
Birth Certificate Processing Unit
P.O. Box 1528
New Castle, Pennsylvania 16103

Where and How to Get Bradford County Death Records

The Register and Recorder’s Office maintains Bradford County death records from 1893 to 1905 and death records from 1906 to date are preserved by the Pennsylvania Department of Health. A requester that sends a request by mail is required to attach a completed request form and pay $20.00 per certified copy, as well as a $10.00 processing fee. Also, the application must include a copy of valid picture identification and mailed to:

Division of Vital Records
Death Certificate Processing Unit
P.O. Box 1528
New Castle, Pennsylvania 16103
or

Office of the Register and Recorder
Bradford County Courthouse
301 Main Street
Towanda, PA 18848
Phone: (570) 265-1702
Fax: (570) 265-1721
Email: bcregrec@bradfordco.org