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Cambria County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Cambria County Public Records?

According to the Pennsylvania Right To Know Law (RTKL), Cambria public records include:

  • A financial document of a Commonwealth or local agency that:

    (1) is not exempt under section 708;

    (2) is not exempt from being disclosed under any other Federal or State law or regulation or judicial order or decree; or

    (3) is not protected by a privilege.

  • Regardless of physical form or characteristics, information that describes an agency’s transaction or activity, created, received, or retained according to law or connected with the agency’s dealings, business, or activity;

  • Documents, papers, letters, maps, books, tapes, photographs, film or sound recordings, information stored or maintained electronically, and data-processed or image-processed documents;

According to the RTKL, anyone can request Cambria public records, except the requested documents are restricted to eligible people or are not open for public access by statute or court order. An example of exempted records is records of Juvenile court proceedings.

Cambria County Crime Statistics

The Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency publishes annual crime trends for Cambria County. Based on the latest reports, Cambria County's index crime rate in 2018 was 1511.4 crimes per 100,000 population, a 4.7% drop from the previous year. In 2018, the county reported an index offense arrest rate of 590.6 crimes per 100,000 people, representing a 12% decline from the prior year. Index offenses committed were an estimated 1,986 crimes, of which approximately 18% were violent crimes. The county's total crime rate (consisting of Part 1 offenses and Part 2 offenses) was 5468.5 crimes per 100,000 population as of 2018.

Are Cambria County Criminal Records Public?

The Pennsylvania Right To Know Law (RTKL) makes all records stored by the government subject to copying or inspection by the public except otherwise declared by law. Therefore, all Cambria criminal records meet the criteria unless expressly exempted. However, petitioners for access to records may have to show a government-issued ID plus any data required by the agency to find and access Cambria County public records.

How to Obtain Cambria County Police Reports and Arrest Records?

The Cambria County Sheriff's Department maintains law and order and protects the citizens of the County. In carrying out its duties, it arrests offenders and keeps records of these arrests. It also keeps records of traffic collision reports and other incidents reported to it. Arrest reports contain necessary information about the arrest, including the name of the arrestees, the charge number, and the location of the arrest. Cambria County arrest records are available upon request from the Sheriff's Department.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Cambria County

The Pennsylvania State Police maintains an online sex offender registry of people convicted of sexual crimes. The purpose of this list is to aid residents in identifying sex offenders or notify them when a sex offender is nearby. Anyone can access the online registry, but they may first have to click on the accept button on the website to continue a search. The following information is available on registered sex offenders and Sexually Violent Predators (SVPs) on the sex offender registry:

  • Name and any aliases;
  • Year of birth;
  • The street address, city, county, and zip code of all residences;
  • The street address, city, county, and zip code of any institution or location at which the offender is a student;
  • The city, county, and zip code of any employment location;
  • A photograph of the offender, which shall be updated not less than annually;
  • A description of the offense, which triggered registration; and
  • The date of conviction, if available.

Interested people can register to receive electronic notifications on sex offenders. When registered, users can receive information by email when a sex offender changes residence, employment, or school district to a designated radius of the user’s address.

How to Find Cambria County Inmate Records

The Cambria County Prison provides for the care, custody, and control of individuals charged or convicted of state crimes. Interested individuals can obtain information on inmates held in Cambria County Prison by contacting the Cambria County sheriff’s office at:

Manor Drive
Ebensburg, PA 15931
Phone: (814) 472-7330
Fax: (814) 472-1367

Alternatively, people can search for inmates’ status on the online platform provided by the Pennsylvania department of corrections. Searches on the platform can be by name, inmate number, Date of birth, committing county, location, and race. Information on the public forum is updated daily to reflect changes in the state’s registry and inmate status. People can also monitor inmates in Cambria County prison using the Pennsylvania Statewide Automated Victim Information and Notification (PAVIN). Registered individuals can get regularly updated information on the status of persons held in Cambria county jail. Victims of a Pennsylvania crime in which the offender is serving a state sentence (24 months or more) can also receive additional services and notifications not available to the public by registering with the Office of Victim Advocate (OVA).

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Cambria County Jail?

The Cambria County Prison provides for the care, custody, and control of individuals charged or convicted of criminal offenses. People can visit inmates at:

Manor Drive Ebensburg,
PA 15931

Inmates are allowed three visits per week. All personal visits are by appointment only, and visitors may have to schedule their visits 24 hours in advance. However, Legal or professional visitors can visit between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. every day without the requirement of pre-scheduling.

Visitors may have to show a valid State Photo ID, Driver’s License or Federal Photo ID to access the Prison for a visit. All visitors are subject to be searched and be at the prison no later than 10 minutes before the visit's start time. Visitors are obligated to dress and display appropriate conduct while at the facility. All visitors who are below 18 years come in the company of a legal guardian or parent. For more details on inmates’ visitation policies, people can call the Cambria Prison at (814) 472-7330.

Court Records

The Cambria county court system consists of Courts of Common Pleas and Magisterial District Courts. Below are the contact information and addresses of all the courts in Cambria County, Pennsylvania:

Cambria County Court of Common Pleas - Clerk of Courts (Criminal)
Cambria County Courthouse
S Center St
Ebensburg, PA 15931
Phone: (814) 472-1540
Fax: (814) 472-0761

Cambria County Court of Common Pleas - Prothonotary (Civil)
Cambria County Courthouse
S Center St
Ebensburg, PA 15931
Phone: (814) 472-1638
Fax: (814) 472-5632

Cambria County Orphans' Court
Cambria County Courthouse
S Center St
Ebensburg, PA 15931
Phone: (814) 472-1440
Fax: (814) 472-0762

Cambria County Magisterial District Court 47-1-01
Central Park Complex
Franklin St
Johnstown, PA 15901
Phone: (814) 539-9982
Fax: (814) 539-2651

Cambria County Magisterial District Court 47-1-02
Belmont St
Johnstown, PA 15905
Phone: (814) 266-1066
Fax: (814) 266-1088

Cambria County Magisterial District Court 47-1-03
Central Park Complex
Franklin St
Johnstown, PA 15901
Phone: (814) 534-2694

Cambria County Magisterial District Court 47-3-01
Adams Ave
Mineral Point, PA 15942
Phone: (814) 322-1527
Fax: (814) 322-1100

Cambria County Magisterial District Court 47-3-03
Portage Rd
P.O. Box 211
Cresson, PA 16630
Phone: (814) 886-8879
Fax: (814) 886-8478

Cambria County Magisterial District Court 47-3-05
207 Fifth Ave
P.O. Box 481
Hastings, PA 16646
Phone: (814) 247-6588
Fax: (814) 247-6644

Cambria County Magisterial District Court 47-3-06
Mary Dr
P.O. Box 35
Sidman, PA 15955
Phone: (814) 487-5111
Fax: (814) 487-7327

Cambria County Magisterial District Court 47-3-07
Candlelight Dr
Ebensburg, PA 15931
Phone: (814) 472-6661
Fax: (814) 472-1278

Are Cambria County Court Records Public?

The Pennsylvania Right to Know Act aims to allow the public access to all government agency records, including court records. It ensures that the citizens have the right to access information that is their business. The Pennsylvania Right To Know Law (RTKL) provides that accessing public records is a fundamental right of all state citizens and is necessary to promote openness and accountability. However, some court records may not be available for public access by statute or court orders.

How to Obtain Cambria County Civil Court Case Records

The Cambria County Prothonotary Office keeps civil records for the Cambria County court system. The office has a responsibility to create, maintain, and certify matters pending or determined by the Court. The office maintains up to date and accurate information on all civil proceedings within the Cambria County Court of Common Pleas jurisdiction.

People may obtain copies of Cambria County civil court records by querying the Prothonotary's office at South Center St. Ebensburg, PA 15931. They can also call (814) 472-1638 to obtain Cambria county civil court records or send a fax to(814) 472-5632. Applicants may have to pay the requisite fees for obtaining Cambria county court records. They may also have to provide relevant details such as the parties’ names and the requested record’s case file number.

How to Obtain Cambria County Criminal Court Records

The office of the Cambria County Court Clerk maintains the criminal records of the Cambria Court system. The Clerk of Courts aims to keep up-to-date, accurate information and maintains the security and integrity of all adult criminal records entrusted to its office. The clerk’s office documents include proceedings and filings of criminal matters heard in the county court.

Requesters may obtain Cambria County criminal court records by querying the Clerk's office at South Center Street, Ebensburg, PA 1593. They can also call (814) 472-1540 to obtain Cambria county criminal court records or send a fax to (814) 472-0761. Applicants may have to pay the requisite fees for obtaining Cambria county court records. They may also have to provide relevant details such as the parties’ names and the requested record’s case file number.

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What are Cambria County Vital Records?

Cambria county vital records consist of data on life milestones as recorded by the government agencies and their proxies in the State of Pennsylvania. These Cambria County vital records cover marriage licenses, divorce records, birth certificates, and death certificates. Some records such as death and birth certificates are ordinarily available to only eligible requesters. Therefore, the responsible offices will only treat requests presented by qualified applicants. However, Interested parties may access restricted records by obtaining the required legal authority from the court. Applicants will need to pay appropriate fees and present a valid form of identification before accessing and receiving copies of Cambria County's vital record.

Where and How to Obtain Cambria County Divorce Records

Divorce Records in the US state of Pennsylvania are public information unless otherwise stated by the Courts. Certified or exemplified copies are restricted to any of the divorce parties or legally authorized people to access the records.

People can obtain Cambria County divorce records from the county’s Prothonotary office. To get a divorce record, requesters may have to provide information relevant to the record search. The required information includes the full name of the parties involved, the place of the divorce, the approximate date the court granted the divorce, and the court file number of the record (if known).

Applicants may send their requests alongside identification documents and any required fees to cover copy and certification costs to 200 South Center St. Ebensburg, PA 15931. They can also call (814) 472-163 or send a Fax to (814) 472-5632.

Where and How to Get Public Cambria County Marriage Records

Cambria County marriage records are public records by the Pennsylvania Right To Know Law (RTKL). However, certified copies of Pennsylvania marriage records are only accessible by the couple and others authorized by court order.

Cambria County marriage records are managed and disseminated by the Register of Wills/Clerk of the Orphans Court Office. Requests for these records can be made in person or via mail to:’

The register of wills
South Center Street
Ebensburg, PA 15931

The office of the register of wills/Clerk of Orphans Court keeps marriage records from 1885 to the present and is open to requesters from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. every weekday. Applicants can also call (814) 472-1440 for more information on obtaining Cambria County birth records. Requesters may include the couple’s names, the date of marriage, the wedding location, the marriage license number, and the approximate issuing date in their applications. They may also have to include a business-sized self-addressed & stamped envelope for mail requests.

Besides providing the information mentioned above, requesters may also have to present a government-issued ID to prove their eligibility to access the record. Cambria marriage records cost $5, while photocopies of applications cost $1. A research fee of $5 applies for genealogy records for up to 5 names.

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Cambria County

All marriage records in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, are considered public records. Cambria County marriage records are public records by the Pennsylvania Right To Know Law (RTKL). However, certified copies of Pennsylvania marriage records are unavailable to the couple and others authorized by court order. Cambria County marriage records are managed and disseminated by the Register of Wills/Clerk of the Orphans Court Office. Requests for these records can be made in person or via mail to:’

The register of wills
South Center Street
Ebensburg, PA 15931

The office of the register of wills/Clerk of Orphans Court keeps marriage records from 1885 to the present and is open to requesters from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. every weekday. Applicants can also call (814) 472-1440 for more information on obtaining Cambria County birth records. Requesters may include the couple’s names, the date of marriage, the wedding location, the marriage license number, and the date of issue in their applications. They may also have to include a business-sized self-addressed & stamped envelope for mail requests.

Besides providing the information mentioned above, requesters may also have to present a government-issued ID to prove their eligibility to access the record. Cambria marriage records cost $5, while photocopies of applications cost $1. A research fee of $5 applies for genealogy records for up to 5 names.

Where and How to Find Cambria County Birth Records

Birth records are not public information in the US state of Pennsylvania. However, these birth records are available to eligible requesters, which include:

  • Registrants 18 years or older
  • The parents or legal guardian of the registrant named on the record
  • The subject’s spouse and descendants
  • The registrant’s siblings and other immediate family members
  • People with court-approved power of attorney
  • A legal representative of the registrant
  • Family members capable of providing a death certificate of the registrant.
  • Persons who are authorized by a court to access the record.

The Pennsylvania Department of Health maintains a statewide database of birth data and issues these records on request. Eligible requesters may have to download, complete, and send the Birth Certificate Application in person or via mail to:

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

They may have to enclose alongside the application a legible photocopy of a government-issued photo ID. The Register of Wills / Clerk of the Orphans Court Office issues birth certificates for Cambria County from 1893 to 1905. Eligible requesters can apply in person or by mail to:

200 South Center Street
Ebensburg, PA 15931

The office of the register of wills/Clerk of Orphans Court is open to requesters from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. every weekday. Applicants can also call (814) 472-1440 for more information on obtaining Cambria County birth records. Cambria birth records cost $20.

Where and How to Find Cambria County Death Records

According to the Pennsylvania Right To Know Law (RTKL), certified copies of death records are not available to eligible requesters, but people can access information copies for genealogical functions. Eligible people include:

  • The parents/legal guardian or the deceased
  • The former or current spouse of the deceased
  • An immediate family member (with proof of relationship and a direct, tangible interest)
  • Legal representatives of any of the mentioned eligible persons
  • Persons who can demonstrate a financial interest
  • Persons legally authorized by a Pennsylvania court or a government office

Requesters can obtain Pennsylvania death records in person or via mail at the Vital Records Division of Pennsylvania’s Department of Health. Requestors are required to complete and submit a Death Certificate Application detailing the personal information of the deceased, the place, and date of death, to:

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

The Register of Wills / Clerk of the Orphans Court Office also issues death certificates for Cambria County from 1893 to 1905. Eligible requesters can apply in person or by mail to:

200 South Center Street
Ebensburg, PA 15931

The office of the register of wills/Clerk of Orphans Court is open to requesters from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. every weekday. Applicants can also call (814) 472-1440 to obtain Cambria County death records. Cambria death records cost $20.

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Cambria County?

In accordance with the Pennsylvania Right to Know Law, Cambria County grants open access to property records created and maintained within the county. Applicants can obtain copies of property records by submitting requests to the custodian’s office.

Where and How to Find Property Records in Cambria County?

The Cambria County Register of Deeds maintains copies of land and property records from 1804 to date and issues them to interested persons upon request. These records can be requested by telephone, by mail, or in person. To make a telephone request, a requester should call (814) 472-1473. In-person and mail requests can be made to the address below:

Cambria County Register of Deeds
200 South Center Street
Ebensburg, PA 15931
Phone: (814) 472-1473
Fax: (814) 472-1412

How to Look Up Cambria County Property Records?

The Cambria County Assessment Office keeps property records in Cambria County for the valuation of real property. The property records consist of all property features and ownership records. The Assessment Office provides this information online through the Cambria County GIS Center. Residents can also visit the Assessment Office to obtain this information:

Cambria County Assessment Office
200 South Center Street
Ebensburg, PA 15931
Phone: (814) 472-1451
Fax: (814) 472-6573

Location of Cambria County Property Assessors

Cambria County Assessment Office
200 South Center Street
Ebensburg, PA 15931
Phone: (814) 472-1451
Fax: (814) 472-6573