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Crawford County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Crime Numbers

The Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General provides crime statistics for Crawford County. In 2018, there were a total of 639 violent crimes comprising 4 arsons, 80 aggravated assaults, 513 simple assaults, 2 murders, 23 rapes and 17 robberies. There were also 1,173 property crimes recorded in the county that year. These include 225 burglaries, 607 larcenies, 51 motor vehicle thefts, and 290 cases of vandalism.

Between 2014 and 2018, Crawford County saw increased arson (33.3%), aggravated assault (29%), rape (76.9%), robbery (70%), and motor vehicle theft (96.1%) rates. However, in the same five-year period, simple assault (-6%), burglary (-24.3%), larceny (27.7%), and vandalism (30%) rates declined in the county.

Criminal Records

The Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) provides criminal records for Crawford County and accepts requests submitted online and by mail. Each record costs $22. Notarized copies cost an additional $5 per copy. Online criminal records are accessible through the PSP’s Pennsylvania Access to Criminal History (PATCH) platform. Sign up to the platform by providing personal details and a valid Reason for Request.

To request criminal records by mail, download and complete the PSP’s Criminal History Request Form. Enclose a copy of a government-issued ID and a money order or check payable to Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Mail the request to:

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

Alternatively, contact the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office for records of crimes reported to the law enforcement agency. Call, email, or visit the Sheriff’s Office using the details listed below:

Crawford County Sheriff’s Office
903 Diamond Park
Meadville, PA 16335
Phone: (814) 333-7411
Fax: (814) 333-5062
Email: nhoke@crawford.pa.us

Crawford County’s arrest records are also available from the Sheriff’s Office. To request copies of an arrest record, contact the Sheriff’s Office with details of the incident.

The Pennsylvania State Police maintains a public database of all sex offenders in the state and provides access to it on its Megan’s Law Website. Find records of sex offenders living in Crawford County by using the County Search tool provided. Select Crawford from the list of counties and search the database by name, city, zip code, municipality, mile radius, transient offenders, and non-compliant offenders.

The Crawford County Correctional Facility is the only detention center in the County. The facility provides an online record of inmates through its Inmate List. The list contains inmates’ names, booking dates, and sentence end dates. For further details, contact the Crawford County Correctional Facility using the details below:

Crawford County Correctional Facility
2100 Independence Drive
Saegertown, PA 16433
Phone: (814) 763-1190 (General Information)
(814) 333-7300, Extension 1816 (Intake and Release)
Fax: (814) 763-1101
(814) 763-5061
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Family and friends may fund an inmate’s commissary account in person, by phone, or online. To fund an inmate’s account in person, visit the Correctional Facility at the above address. To fund an account online, use the approved Access Corrections platform. To fund an inmate’s account by phone, call (866) 345-1884.

All visitors to the Crawford County Correctional Facility must adhere to a strict dress code. Visits last a maximum of 30 minutes, and visitors must be signed in 15 minutes before their scheduled visitation times. Visitors must be 18 years or older and must present a valid government-issued photo ID. A visitor must be one of 15 names provided by an inmate during classification. Visitors may only see inmates in accordance with the stipulations of the official Visitation Schedule

Court Records

Crawford Court has 3 Courts of Common Pleas and 4 Magisterial District Courts. Listed below are the addresses and contact details of these courts:

Crawford County Court of Common Pleas (Criminal)
Crawford County Judicial Center
359 East Center Street
Meadville, PA 16335
Phone: (814) 333-7442
Fax: (814) 333-7349

Crawford County Court of Common Pleas (Civil)
Crawford County Judicial Center
359 East Center Street
Meadville, PA 16335
Phone: (814) 333-7324
Fax: (814) 337-5416

Crawford County Orphans’ Court
Crawford County Judicial Center
359 East Center Street
Meadville, PA 16335
Phone: (814) 333-7442
Fax: (814) 333-7349

Crawford County Magisterial District Court 30-2-01
894 Diamond Park
Meadville, PA 16335
Phone: (814) 724-2736
Fax: (814) 333-6587

Crawford County Magisterial District Court 30-3-01
6121 US Highway 6
P.O. Box 128
Linesville, PA 16424
Phone: (814) 683-2120
Fax: (814) 683-5319

Crawford County Magisterial District Court 30-3-03
10996 Perry Highway
Meadville, PA 16335
Phone: (814) 724-6322
Fax: (814) 333-6834

Crawford County Magisterial District Court 30-3-06
325 West Central Avenue
Titusville, PA 16354
Phone: (814) 827-6514
Fax: (814) 827-3757

Crawford County court records are maintained by the Office of the Clerk of Courts. The Clerk’s Office charges a $15 search fee for up to 5 names. Each record costs 50 cents per page, and an additional $6 per record for certified copies. To request copies of a court record, contact the Office of the Clerk of Courts by calling or visiting:

Judicial Center
Second Floor
359 East Center Street
Meadville, PA 16335
Phone: (814) 333-7442
Fax: (814) 333-7349
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania also provides public access to court case information. Use the UJS web portal free of charge to find records from the Courts of Common Pleas and Magisterial District Courts. Search for these records by docket number, organization, OTN, participant name, and complaint number.

Anyone may also request court records by mail. Start by downloading and completing the Request for Access Form. Mail the completed form to:

Pennsylvania Judicial Center
601 Commonwealth Avenue
P.O. Box 61260
Suite 1500
Harrisburg, PA 17106

Crawford County property records are available from the Office of the Register of Wills and Recorder of Deeds. The Recorder of Deeds provides online access to property records through the approved Landex platform. Using this platform costs 15 cents per minute and 10 cents per loaded page.

Alternatively, send a written request directly to the Register and Recorder’s Office. This office charges 50 cents per page for copies of property records. Mail the request to:

Register of Wills and Recorder of Deeds
903 Diamond Park
Meadville, PA 16335
Phone: (814) 373-2537
Fax: (814) 337-5296
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

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Vital Records

The Office of the Prothonotary maintains and provides divorce records for Crawford County. Each copy of this vital record costs $4.75. To request copies of a divorce record, contact the Prothonotary using the information below:

Crawford County Prothonotary
Crawford County Judicial Center
359 East Center Street
Meadville, PA 16335

Crawford County marriage records are accessible from the Office of the Clerk of Orphans Court. The Office charges $10 for each copy of these records. To request a marriage record, contact the Clerk by calling or visiting:

Crawford County Orphans’ Court
Crawford County Judicial Center
359 East Center Street
Meadville, PA 16335
Phone: (814) 333-7442
Fax: (814) 333-7349

Crawford County birth and death records are available from the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s Division of Vital Records. Members of the public can request these records online, by phone, mail, and in person. Pennsylvania Vital Records charges $30 per copy for requests made online and accepts credit/debit cards for payment. A copy requested by mail or in person costs $20.

Note that in Pennsylvania, birth and death records are only accessible by the persons named on the records and their parents, offsprings, siblings, grandparents, great-grandparents, and legal representatives. Death records are also accessible by persons with proof of financial interest to the persons named on the records.

To order a Crawford County birth certificate by mail, submit a completed Application for Birth Certificate along with a copy of a government-issued ID and a check or money order payable to Vital Records. Mail the request to:

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

To order a death certificate by mail, send a completed Application for Death Certificate with a copy of a government-issued ID, and a money order or check payable to Vital Records. Mail the request to:

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

Call (866) 712-8238 to order a birth or death certificate by phone. To order either certificate in person, visit any of the following Pennsylvania Vital Records Offices:

Philadelphia Vital Records Office
110 North Eighth Street
Suite 108
Philadelphia, PA 19107-2412

Erie Vital Records Office
1910 West 26th Street
Erie, PA 16508-1148

Harrisburg Vital Records Office
Forum Place Building
555 Walnut Street
First Floor
Harrisburg. PA 17101-1914

Scranton Vital Records Office
Scranton State Office Building
Room 112
100 Lackawanna Avenue
Scranton, PA 18503-1928

New Castle Vital Records Office
105 Nesbitt Road
New Castle, PA 16105

Pittsburgh Vital Records Office
411 Seventh Avenue
Suite 360
Pittsburgh, PA 15219-1973