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Lawrence County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Lawrence County Criminal Records?

Lawrence county criminal records provide information and data about past crimes committed in the county. The Lawrence County Clerk of Courts maintains criminal records from the Court of Common Pleas. Requesters can obtain criminal records by contacting the office at:

Court Administration
Lawrence County Government Center
430 Court Street New Castle, PA 16101
(724) 656-1930

The Pennsylvania State Police also offers criminal history record check services through the Pennsylvania Access To Criminal History (PATCH). The service costs $22 for each request of criminal history record information. A notarized copy of criminal history record information attracts an additional fee of $5. Requests for notarized copies of criminal history record information must be sent via mail. Interested parties must submit a completed Criminal History Request Form along with the appropriate fee to:

Pennsylvania State Police Central Repository - RCPU
1800 Elmerton Avenue
Harrisburg, PA 17110-9758
(888) 783-7972

How to Find Crash Reports in Lawrence County

The Pennsylvania State Police maintains crash reports from all counties in the state. Crash reports are issued to persons involved in the crash, their insurer, attorney, and the Federal Government. Other persons authorized by Section 3751(b) of the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code to obtain this record are officials of political subdivisions, branches of the military service, commonwealth agencies, agencies of other states and nations, and their political subdivisions.

It is possible to request for a crash report 15 days after the crash occurred. The Pennsylvania State Police charges $22 for each copy of a crash report. Crash reports can be requested online or by mail. For online requests, use the Crash Report Request Website.

To obtain a crash report by mail, complete the Crash Report Application Form. The fee for mail requests must be a certified check or money order payable to the “Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.” Submit the completed application form and the fee to:

Pennsylvania State Police
Attention: Crash Reports Unit
1800 Elmerton Avenue
Harrisburg, PA 17110

How to Find Lawrence County Sex Offender Information

The Pennsylvania State Police maintains the Megan’s Law Website which contains a database of registered sex offenders from all counties in the state. The database is available to the general public and can be searched using the names and addresses of sex offenders.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Lawrence County Jail?

To set up a visit with an inmate, intending visitors must be on the inmate’s visitation list. The Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office oversees the Lawrence County Corrections, which is the primary detention facility in the county. It is open to visitations from interested members of the public. An intending visitor whose name is on the inmate’s list must schedule the visit by calling the jail the night (7:00 p.m. - 7:00 a.m.) before the intended date of the visit. Visitations are held every night from 6:30 p.m. This is the address of the Lawrence County Corrections:

Lawrence County Corrections
111 S. Milton Street
New Castle, PA 16101
(724) 654-5384

It is possible to send money to inmates’ accounts by mail, phone, or kiosk. To deposit money by mail, send a money order with the inmate’s name to the Lawrence County Corrections address. Alternatively, the depositor should call (866) 345-1884 to fund an inmate’s account. The last option is to make deposits using the kiosk located outside the jail’s lobby.

There are six police departments in Lawrence county: Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office, Canonsburg Police Office, Chartiers Twp Police Dept, North Strabane Twp Police, Peters Twp Police Adm, and Peters Twp Police Dept. These are their contact information:

Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office
Lawrence County Government Center
430 Court Street
New Castle, PA 16101
Phone: (724) 614-1303
Fax: (724) 656-2477

Canonsburg Police Office
45 E Water St
Canonsburg, PA 15317
(724) 745-8020

Chartiers Twp Police Dept
2 Buccaneer Dr
Houston PA 15342
(724) 745-8030

North Strabane Twp Police
1929 Route 519
Canonsburg PA 15317
(724) 746-8474

Peters Twp Police Adm
200 Municipal Dr
Mc Murray, PA 15317
(724) 942-5030

Peters Twp Police Dept
610 E Mcmurray Rd
Canonsburg PA 15317
(724) 941-8550

How to Find Court Records

The Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania Web Portal is an online repository of court docket sheets from the various Courts of Common Pleas in all the counties of the state. This web portal is available to the general public to search for court cases from any of the counties, including Lawrence County. Requesters can search for records using docket number, OTN, names of parties, SID, or police incident/complaint number.

Lawrence County has one Court of Common Pleas, one Central Court, and four magisterial district courts. They are Lawrence County Court of Common Pleas, Lawrence County Central Court, Lawrence County Magisterial District Court 53-1-01, Lawrence County Magisterial District Court 53-3-01 , Lawrence County Magisterial District Court 53-3-02, Lawrence County Magisterial District Court 53-3-04. These are the locations of the courts:

Lawrence County Court of Common Pleas
Lawrence County Government Center
430 Court St
New Castle, PA 16101
Phone: (724) 656-2143
Fax: (724) 656-1988

Magisterial District Courts in Lawrence County
Lawrence County Central Court
202 Milton St
New Castle, PA 16101
Phone: (724) 656-2290
Fax: (724) 656-2291

Lawrence County Magisterial District Court 53-1-01
Lawrence County Government Center
430 Court St
New Castle, PA 16101
Phone: (724) 652-8555
Fax: (724) 652-8576

Lawrence County Magisterial District Court 53-3-01
607 Lawrence Ave
Ellwood City, PA 16117
Phone: (724) 752-1185
Fax: (724) 752-2155

Lawrence County Magisterial District Court 53-3-02
4834 State Route 18
New Castle, PA 16102
Phone: (724) 667-8010
Fax: (724) 667-0377

Lawrence County Magisterial District Court 53-3-04
3455 Wilmington Rd
New Castle, PA 16105
Phone: (724) 652-9615
Fax: (724) 652-3762

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Where and How to Get Lawrence County Divorce Records

The Family Division of the Court of Common Pleas maintains divorce records of divorces that were finalized in the county. To obtain a divorce record, contact the court at:

Family Division
Lawrence County Government Center
430 Court Street
New Castle, PA 16101-3503
(724) 656-2475

Where and How to Get Lawrence County Marriage Records

The Lawrence County Prothonotary maintains marriage records of all marriages that were contracted in Lawrence County. To request for a certified copy of a marriage certificate, contact the Lawrence County Prothonotary Office located at:

Lawrence County Prothonotary
430 Court St, Government Ctr
New Castle, PA 16101-3593
Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Phone: (724) 656-1943
Fax: (724) 656-1988

Where and How to Get Lawrence County Birth and Death Records

The Vital Records Branch Office of Pennsylvania maintains all records of birth that occurred in all counties of the state from 1906 to date. Certified copies of birth certificates can be ordered by mail or in-person. To request a birth certificate by mail, complete the Application for a Birth Certificate form. The Vital Records office of Pennsylvania charges $20 for each copy of a birth certificate. Send the completed application form, applicable fee, and a valid photo ID to:

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

For in-person requests, the Vital Records Office of Pennsylvania charges $20 for each birth certificate ordered. The completed form is to be submitted alongside the appropriate fee, and photo ID to the Vital Records Office.

The Vital Records Branch Office of Pennsylvania maintains all records of death that occurred in all counties of the state from 1906 to date. It is possible to request a certified copy of a death certificate by mail or in-person.

To request a birth certificate by mail, complete the Application for a Death Certificate form. The Vital Records office of Pennsylvania charges $20 for each certified copy of a death certificate. Send the completed application form, appropriate fee, and a valid ID to:

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

For in-person requests, the Vital Records Office of Pennsylvania charges $20 for each certified copy of a death certificate ordered. Submit the completed application form, a valid ID, and the applicable fee at the Vital Records Office.