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Huntingdon County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Huntingdon County Arrest Records?

Huntingdon County arrest records are legal documents detailing an individual's arrest history within the county. These records usually comprise the events that led to the arrest and some details about the arrestee, such as names, charges, photographs, physical descriptions, and location of the arrest. Arrest records are public documents. Huntingdon county residents can request copies from the Sheriff's office or any law enforcement agency within the County.

Note: Interested parties should be aware that arrest records are not the same as criminal records. While arrest records detail only the specifics of an alleged crime, the criminal record shows a convicted individual's entire profile.

Crime Statistics of Huntingdon County

Based on the 2016 FBI Uniform Crime Report for the U.S state of Pennsylvania, a total of 16 violent crimes and 80 property crimes were recorded in Huntingdon County. Property crimes included 5 burglaries, 74 larceny-theft, and 1 motor vehicle theft. The Huntingdon County crime rate in 2018, compared to 2017, fell by 21 percent.

What are Huntingdon County Criminal Records?

Huntingdon County criminal records are legal documents created after an individual has been convicted. These documents contain information on all crimes committed inside the County. Records of crimes, such as murder, assault, kidnapping, domestic abuse, arson, rape, arson, and more, are maintained and disseminated by the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP).

How Do I Get Huntingdon County Criminal Records?

The Pennsylvania Access To Criminal History portal, otherwise known as PATCH, acts as the web-based repository for every criminal history record at the state level. Pursuant to the State's Criminal History Information Act, the portal was created to allow law enforcement agencies to conduct criminal history searches without stress. Interested persons can download and fill a request form to get criminal records. The request should arrive by mail and must be sent along with a $20 processing charge. The charge can be paid in either money order or check form. Once the form is completed, all applications must be sent to:

The Pennsylvania State Police
1800 Elmerton Ave.
Harrisburg, PA 17110-9758

Alternatively, requesters can access criminal history records by contacting the Huntingdon County Sheriff Office located at:

241 Miflin Street,
Huntingdon, PA 16652
Phone: (814) 643-0880
Email: sheriff@huntingdoncounty.net

The office offers valuable information if the interested party has some background knowledge regarding the incident. Criminal history records concerning active cases are regarded as sensitive documents; therefore, they are not accessible to the public. Another way to obtain these records is by visiting a police department in the County.

Huntingdon Borough Police Department
530 Washington Street,
Huntingdon, PA, 16652
Phone: (814) 643-3960
Fax: (814) 643-2644

Pennsylvania State Police Troop G – Huntingdon
10637 Raystown Road,
Huntingdon, PA, 16652
Phone: (814) 627-3161

Where Can I Find Huntingdon County Sex Offender Information?

Information regarding sex offenders in Huntingdon County is available on the Pennsylvania State Sex Offender Registry. Under the law, any individual convicted of a sexual crime must be recorded into the online sex offender registry. The registry aims to protect the inhabitants of the County from child victim offenders and sex offenders. This registry is continuously updated to raise awareness within the County’s borders. It is the Pennsylvania State Police's responsibility to maintain the registry and provide Individuals with constant email notifications on all the sex offenders on the registry.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Huntingdon County Jail?

The Huntingdon County Prison is the responsibility of the Sheriff's department. The prison is located at:

Huntingdon County Prison
300 Church Street,
Huntingdon, PA, 16652
Phone: (814) 643-2490

Visitors should call the facility’s visiting line on (814) 643-2490 to inquire about the inmate visitation list. This is because any individual not on the visitation list will not be permitted to enter the prison. Below are some of the visitation rules:

  • Visitors cannot be more than three persons at a time
  • Visitors should arrange for visitation 24-hours ahead
  • To enter the facility, visitors need to present a valid means of identification

Where and How to Find Huntingdon County Inmate Information

The Sheriff’s office in Huntingdon County maintains and disseminates all inmate information. However, the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections stores these documents at the state level. Requesters may use the inmate locator tool to search for details regarding an inmate. To successfully search, the individual will need the inmate's last name, first name or number.

What are Huntingdon County Court Records?

Huntingdon County Court records include affidavits, transcripts, dockets, legal statements, court trials, and charges. Under the RTK law in Huntingdon, Every member of the public is empowered to obtain court information. The Huntingdon County Clerk of Courts handles and disseminates all legal reports and documents within the borders of the County. At the state level, the Unified Judiciary of Pennsylvania offers access to all court records. Interested parties will need to download and complete a request form before obtaining a court case document (paper). Completed forms should be submitted to any Huntingdon magisterial courts.

Location of All Courts in Huntingdon County

The Huntingdon County courts are classified into two sections: the Common Pleas Courts and the Magisterial Courts. All the courthouses in Huntington are listed below.

Alexandria Magistrate Court
7561 bridge Street,
Alexandria, PA 16611
Phone: (814) 669-4550

Huntingdon Common Pleas Court
223 Penn Street,
Huntingdon, PA 16652
Phone: (814) 643-4510

Huntingdon County Magistrate Court
223 Penn Street,
Huntingdon, PA 16652
Phone: (814) 643-2270

Mount Union Magistrate Court
306 North Jefferson Street,
Mount Union, PA 17066

Orbisonia Magistrate Courts
550 Cromwell Street
Orbisonia, PA 17243
Phone: (814) 447-5561

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What are Huntingdon County Vital Records?

Huntingdon County's vital records disclose details concerning events in the region, such as birth, marriage, death, and divorce. All vital documents in Huntingdon and other counties are accessible via the Pennsylvania Department of Health (PADOH) website.

Vital records comprise private information, and as a result, the records are available only to qualified individuals. Consequently, interested persons must apply to the approved custodians before these records can become accessible. Alternatively, the Huntingdon vital records can be obtained from the County's clerk of court, located at:

Huntingdon County Clerk of Courts
223 Penn Street,
Huntingdon, PA 16652
Phone: (814) 643-8152
Email: kcoons@huntingdoncounty.net

Where and How to Get Huntingdon County Divorce Records

The clerk of court office stores the Huntingdon County divorce records. Huntingdon residents who seek these records will need to provide details, such as the Spouses’ name, record file number, and the petition date. If the individual qualifies, applications should be sent in person or through the mail. Alternatively, these documents are also accessible through The PADOH webpage at the state level.

Where and How to Get Huntingdon County Marriage Records

Marriage records in Huntingdon County are managed by the County's register & recorder office. Interested parties can obtain these records by contacting the office, located at:

Huntingdon County Register and Recorder
Courthouse 223 Penn Street,
Huntingdon, PA 16652
Phone: (814) 643-2740
Fax: (814) 643-6849
Email: regrec@huntingdoncounty.net

When applying, applicants should come to the offices as early as possible. The cost of a copy of this record is $45. Requesters should call the register & recorder’s office for further details.

Where and How to Get Huntingdon County Birth Records and Death Records

All Huntingdon County death and birth records get processed by PADOH’s vital records division. Only residents who meet the criteria can access these records. For knowledge about the requirements, the interested parties should call at the PADOH offices:

Department of Health (Bureau of Health Statistics & Registries)
Division of Vital Records
P.O. Box 1528, New Castle,
PA 16103

To obtain any of the certificates, applicants must fill a birth or death certificate application form.