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Indiana County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Crime Numbers

The FBI’s Uniformed Crime Reporting (UCR) Program provides crime statistics for Indiana County. In 2018, there were 117 violent crimes including 6 rapes, 4 robberies, and 107 aggravated assaults. There were also 140 property crimes including 13 burglaries, 123 larcenies, and 4 motor-vehicle thefts. There were no murders or arsons.

Between 2014 and 2018, rape (-33.3%), robbery (-63.6%), burglary (-70%), larceny (-44.3%), arson (-100%), and aggravated assault (-37%) rates declined in the county. The motor-vehicle theft rate remained the same during this five-year period while there was no murder in 2014.

Criminal Records

The Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) maintains criminal records in the state. Requesters may access these records either online or by mail. The PSP fulfils online requests through its Pennsylvania Access to Criminal History (PATCH) platform. Each request costs $22. To order a criminal history record by mail, download, complete, and submit the Criminal History Request Form. Notarized copies of criminal records are available for an additional $5 fee per copy.

Enclose a certified check or money order payable to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania with the form. Mail the request to:

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

The Indiana County Sheriff’s Office maintains arrest records for the county. To request an arrest record, contact the Sheriff’s Office using the information below:

Indiana County Sheriff’s Office
Third Floor
825 Philadelphia Street
Indiana, PA 15701-3973
Phone: (724) 465-3930
Fax: (724) 465-3937
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (Except public holidays)

The Pennsylvania State Police maintains a public database of the state’s sex offenders, though it’s Megan’s Law Website. Use the County Search page and select Indiana from the County Name drop-down menu. The website allows searches by Name, Municipality, City, Zip Code, Mile Radius, Non-Compliant Offenders, and Transient Offenders.

Indiana County Jail is the only detention facility in the county. To request information about an inmate, contact the facility using the details below:

665 Hood School Road
Indiana, PA 15701
Phone: (724) 471-7500
Fax: (724) 471-7303 (Administration)
Fax: (724) 471-7306 (Records Department)
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

The Pennsylvania Department of Corrections maintains public records of all inmates in the state, through its Inmate/Parolee Locator. Search for persons in the Indiana County Jail by selecting Indiana from the Committing County drop-down menu. Restrict the search with other queries such as First Name, Last Name, Inmate Number, Gender, Race and Date of Birth.

Visitation at the Indiana County Jail is scheduled according to the inmates’ classification. The jail’s Visitation Schedule has more information. To fund an inmate’s account, contact the Indiana County Jail.

Court Records

The Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania provides online court case information, including docket sheets, through its UJS Web Portal. Find a specific record by searching with a docket number, names of the involved parties, OTN, and the complaint number. This service is free.

Alternatively, download and complete the Request for Access Form and mail it to the Pennsylvania Judicial Center at:

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

Indiana County has one Court of Common Pleas, one Orphans’ Court and four Magisterial District Courts. Listed below are the contact details for each court:

Indiana County Court of Common Pleas
Indiana County Courthouse
825 Philadelphia Street
Indiana, PA 15701
Phone: (724) 465-3855
Fax: (724) 465-3968

Indiana County Orphans’ Court
Indiana County Courthouse
825 Philadelphia Street
Indiana, PA 15701
Phone: (724) 465-3860
Fax: (724) 465-3863

Indiana County Magisterial District Court 40-2-01
829 Water Street
Indiana, PA 15701
Phone: (724) 463-8781
Fax: (724) 465-3967

Indiana County Magisterial District Court 40-3-01
1450 Franklin Street
Clymer, PA 15728
Phone: (724) 254-4348
Fax: (724) 254-1111

Indiana County Magisterial District Court 40-3-02
20 West Indiana Street, #1
P.O. Box 24
Homer City, PA 15748
Phone: (724) 479-8082
Fax: (724) 479-5053

Indiana County Magisterial District Court 40-3-03
147 East Market Street
Blairsville, PA 15717
Phone: (724) 459-7203
Fax: (724) 459-0480

Indiana County provides online access to property records. To find them, sign up for, and use the Property Records Search tool.

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Vital Records

Divorce records in Indiana County are available from the Office of the Prothonotary and Clerk of Courts. To access divorce records in the county, contact the Clerk of Courts or visit the courthouse on a weekday (except public holidays), from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Use the address and contact details listed below:

Prothonotary and Clerk of Courts
Indiana County Courthouse
First Floor
825 Philadelphia Street
Indiana, PA 15701-3973
Email: pcc@indianacountypa.gov
Phone: (724) 465-3855
Fax: (724) 465-3968

Indiana County divorce and marriage records are also available from the Orphans’ Court Clerk. To request for either a divorce or a marriage record, visit or contact the Orphans’ Court Clerk at:

Orphans’ Court Clerk
Indiana County Courthouse
825 Philadelphia Street
Indiana, PA 15701
Phone: (724) 465-3860
Fax: (724) 465-3863

The Pennsylvania Department of Health’s Division of Vital Records maintains records for all births and deaths in the state. Records are available for all births and deaths since 1906 and are accessible online, by mail, phone, and in person. Online and phone requests cost $30 per record, payable by credit or debit card only. Other request methods cost $20 per record. Access to these records is restricted to the following people:

  • Person named on the record
  • Spouse
  • Parent
  • Sibling
  • Offspring
  • Grandparent or great-grandparent
  • Legal representative
  • Person with proof of financial interest to the person named on the record, for a death certificate.

All requesters must be at least 18 years old.

To order a birth certificate by mail, download and complete an Application for Birth Certificate. Include with the application, a copy of a government-issued ID and the applicable fee. 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, download and complete the Application for Death Certificate. Enclose the applicable fee and copy of a government-issued ID. Mail the request to:

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

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

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

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

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

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

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