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Lebanon County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Lebanon County Public Records?

The Pennsylvania Right to Know Law defines Lebanon County public records as documents and information that records activities of a government officer or agency during the course of public business. Lebanon public records include letters, books, texts, papers, maps, tapes, images, films, or sound recordings, electronically captured or stored material, and documents processed by data or photos. The following records are however precluded from public viewing:

  • Records that they may lead to a result in a loss of government funding;
  • Documents that may lead to a serious risk of a person's physical injury or personal safety;
  • Computer systems, software, and network records or details that would potentially jeopardize computer protection for their disclosure;
  • Records of the past or impairment of an individual in medicine, psychiatry, or psychology;
  • Some personal details, including an individual’s social security number, driver’s license number, financial information, telephone numbers, email address, and other personal information.
  • The proposal for a bill, amendment, management directive, policy statement, regulation, resolution, or ordinance prepared by or for the agency;
  • Trade secrets or confidential proprietary information;

Lebanon County Crime Statistics

Lebanon County’s annual crime reports are provided by the Pennsylvania State Police. Its latest crime report shows the county recorded 250 violent crimes and 1,790 property crimes in 2017. When compared with the 2013 crime figures, these numbers represent a 3.7% increase in violent crimes and a 28.1% decline in property crimes in Lebanon County.

A closer look at reported Part I crimes for the county in 2017 shows 3 murders, 34 rapes, 50 robberies, and 163 aggravated assaults. Reported property crimes for Lebanon County in the same year include 303 burglaries, 1,416 larcenies, 56 motor vehicle thefts, and 15 arson cases. A comparison of Lebanon County’s 2017 and 2013 crime figures shows a downward trend in the following crime rates: robbery (47.9%), burglary (19.4%), larceny (30.5%), and motor vehicle theft (12.5%). In the same period, the rates of murder, rape, aggravated assault, and arson in the county climbed by 50%, 161.5%, 25.4%, and 36.4% respectively.

Are Lebanon County Criminal Records Public?

Under Pennsylvania laws, Lebanon County criminal records are largely open to the public. Interested persons can obtain copies of Lebanon criminal records at the state level. The Pennsylvania State Police provides criminal history reports for citizens of Lebanon County. Individuals can make a quick check of a criminal history via the electronic “Pennsylvania Access To Criminal History” (ePATCH) system. This web-based check returns a ‘Record’ or ‘No Record’ response. To obtain a more detailed criminal history report, complete the standard record check request form-SP4-164 and mail it to:

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

Enclose a money order for the processing fee of $22 and an additional $5 if notarization of the report is required. Note: use form-SP4-170 when requesting a criminal history report for personal review and form SP4-164A when requesting a volunteer’s criminal history report. Each criminal history request for the purpose of individual review costs $20 while a volunteer criminal history check is provided free.

How to Obtain Lebanon County Police Reports and Arrest Records?

Lebanon County arrest records, police reports, incident reports, and accident reports are provided by the police departments in the various cities, boroughs, and towns where the events covered occurred. For example, the Lebanon Police Department provides both incident and accident reports for the City of Lebanon, the county seat. A copy of an accident report costs $15 while a copy of an incident verification letter costs $10. To obtain any of these records, go along with a valid photo ID and the appropriate fee when making the request in person at the Lebanon City Police Department located at:

Lebanon City Police Department
400 South 8th Street
Lebanon, PA 17042
(717) 272-6611

Alternatively, general requests or inquiries about these records can be made to the Lebanon County Sheriff’s Office. The contact information and address of the office is below:

Lebanon County Sheriff's Office
Room 3
Municipal Building
400 South 8th Street
Lebanon, PA 17042-6794
Phone: (717) 228-4410
Fax: (717) 279-8398
sheriff@lebcnty.org

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Lebanon County?

The Pennsylvania State Police maintains a statewide register for sex offenders living within the state. To find a registered sex offender in Lebanon County, search the registry at the Pennsylvania Megan’s Law website by a specific name. Searching by city, municipality, zip code, or mile radius from a street address will locate all registered sex offenders residing within that locality.

How to Find Lebanon County Inmate Records?

Lebanon County has a 5th-class county jail managed as a separate department by the county government. The Lebanon County Correctional Facility (LCCF) is situated at:

730 East Walnut Street
Lebanon, PA 17042
Phone: (717) 274-5451

Fax: (717) 274-1338

To obtain information about inmates in the facility call (717) 274-5451.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Lebanon County Jail?

To visit an inmate in the jail facility, visitors must first contact the facility. Visitors can also make cash and card deposits into inmates’ commissary accounts or inmates’ phone accounts at the kiosk in the jail’s lobby. There is also the option to make a card deposit online at Connect Network. The LCCF accepts deposits into inmates’ accounts by certified bank checks and money orders made payable to inmates. Ensure to specify an inmate’s Personal Identification Number (PIN) and address. Send a money order or bank check to:

Inmate’s Name
Lebanon County Correctional Facility
730 East Walnut Street
Lebanon, PA 17042

Court Records

The court system in Lebanon County consists of Courts of Common Pleas and Magisterial District Courts. These courts handle a variety of civil and criminal cases. The court records and documents of the cases are kept by the court’s clerks and provided to interested persons upon request.

Location of Courts in Lebanon County

Lebanon County Court of Common Pleas

Lebanon County Court of Common Pleas - Clerk of Courts (Criminal)
Municipal Building
400 South 8th Street
Room 102
Lebanon, PA 17042
(717) 228-4419

Lebanon County Court of Common Pleas - Prothonotary (Civil)
Municipal Building
400 South 8th Street
Room 104
Lebanon, PA 17042
(717) 228-4418

Lebanon County Orphans’ Court
400 South 8th Street
Room 105
Municipal Building
Lebanon, PA 17042
(717) 228-4415

Lebanon County Magisterial District Courts

Lebanon County Magisterial District Court 52-1-01
502 State Drive
Lebanon, PA 17042
(717) 279-0300

Lebanon County Magisterial District Court 52-2-01
502 State Drive
Lebanon, PA 17042
(717) 279-0400

Lebanon County Magisterial District Court 52-3-01
728 East Walnut Street
Lebanon, PA 17042
(717) 272-3084

Lebanon County Magisterial District Court 52-3-03
1720 State Route 72 North
Lebanon, PA 17046
(717) 273-0024

Lebanon County Magisterial District Court 52-3-04
138 West Walnut Street
P.O. Box 2012
Cleona, PA 17042
(717) 273-0885

Lebanon County Magisterial District Court 52-3-05
325 South Railroad Street
Palmyra, PA 17078
(717) 838-8151

Are Lebanon County Court Records Public?

Lebanon County court records are open records that interested members of the public can obtain. There are however certain Lebanon court records that are exempted from public access. They include juvenile, child victim, mental health, and other court records closed to public viewing by court order.

Can You Look Up a Lebanon County Court Case Online?

The general public can view the dockets of Lebanon County court records online at the Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania Web Portal. Note that only criminal records of the Lebanon County Court of Common Pleas and its Magisterial District Courts are available on the portal.

How to Obtain Lebanon County Civil Court Case Records?

The Prothonotary’s Office maintains case files for the Civil/Family Division of the Lebanon County Court of Common Pleas. Civil court case records are available to search, view, and print at the office. Interested persons can request court records by filling out the Request for Transcript or Copy form. The form can be submitted with payment in person, by mail, or by email to:

Lebanon County Prothonotary’s Office
Room 104
Municipal Building
400 South 8th Street
Lebanon, PA 17042-6794
Phone: (717) 228-4418
Fax: (717) 228-4467
Prothonotary104@lebcnty.org

The Prothonotary’s Office is open to the public Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Photocopies of court records cost 50 cents per page while certification is $13.50 per document.

How to Obtain Lebanon County Criminal Court Records?

The Lebanon County Clerk of Courts’ Office is the repository for all criminal cases of the Lebanon County Court of Common Pleas. Criminal court records can be requested by interested persons by completing the Request for Transcript or Copy form. The completed form, along with payment, can be submitted in person, by mail, or by email to:

Lebanon County Clerk of Courts
Rooms 102
Municipal Building
400 South 8th Street
Lebanon, PA 17042-6794
Phone: (717) 228-4419
Fax: (717) 228-4467
ClerkofCourts102@lebcnty.org

The Clerk’s Office is open to the public from Monday to Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Court records cost 50 cents per page while certification is $13.50 per document.

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What are Lebanon County Vital Records?

Lebanon County vital records are official documents that provide details of the occurrence of vital events within the county. These vital records include information on events like births, marriages, divorces, and deaths. Residents of Lebanon County may request copies of vital records at the county or state level. Lebanon County divorce records are maintained by the Lebanon County Prothonotary. The Lebanon County Register of Will/Clerk of Orphans’ Court keeps Lebanon County marriage records. The Pennsylvania State Department of Health maintains the birth and death records of state residents and processes requests for these records. In Pennsylvania, vital records have certain confidential information. This makes them open to qualified persons only. Applicants must therefore be qualified persons before they have access to copies of such records.

Where and How to Obtain Lebanon County Divorce Records?

Lebanon County divorce records are maintained by the Lebanon County Prothonotary’s Office. To obtain a certified record of a divorce that occurred in the county, contact the Prothonotary’s Office at:

Lebanon County Prothonotary’s Office
Room 104
Municipal Building
400 South 8th Street
Lebanon, PA 17042-6794
Phone: (717) 228-4418
Fax: (717) 228-4467
Prothonotary104@lebcnty.org

Where and How to Get Public Lebanon County Marriage Records?

Lebanon County marriage records are maintained by the Register of Wills and Clerk of Orphans’ Court. To obtain a certified copy of a Lebanon County marriage certificate, visit Room 105 of the Municipal Building or call (717) 228-4415 for any inquiry. A copy of a marriage record costs $10. The office’s location and contact information are below:

Lebanon County Register of Wills/Clerk of Orphans’ Court
Room 105
Municipal Building
400 South 8th Street
Lebanon, PA 17042-6794
Phone: (717) 228-4415
Fax: (717) 228-4460

Where and How to Find Lebanon County Birth Records?

Lebanon County birth records from 1906 to the present are maintained by the Vital Records Office of the Pennsylvania Department of Health. Certified copies of Lebanon County birth certificates cost $20 each and can be requested in person at the nearest Department of Health’s Vital Records Public Office which is in Dauphin County. The address of this public office is:

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

The office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The requirements include a completed application for a birth certificate (also available in Spanish). Other requirements are a valid government-issued photo ID and a check or money order for the fee. Cash and credit card payments are not accepted. For third-party pick up of a certificate, submit a completed “Authorization for an Individual to Pick Up Certificate” at the time of application.

Alternatively, a request for a birth record can be made by mail. Enclose all requirements in a mail addressed to:

Division of Vital Records
P.O. Box 1528
New Castle, PA 16103

To obtain copies of Lebanon County birth records prior to 1906, record seekers may need to visit the Orphan’s Court Clerk Office in Room 105 of the Municipal Building. For further inquiries about obtaining a vital record, contact the Pennsylvania Department of Health online or by calling (844) 228-3516.

Where and How to Find Lebanon County Death Records?

The Vital Records Office of the Pennsylvania Department of Health maintains copies of Lebanon County death records from 1906 to date. It costs $20 for each certified copy of a death record. Interested persons can submit an in-person request at the nearest Department of Health’s Vital Records Public Office which is in Dauphin County. The address of this public office is:

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

The office is open to the public from Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. To make a request, complete the Application for a Death Certificate form (also available in Spanish). The completed form, along with a valid government-issued photo ID and a check or money order for the fee should be submitted in person to the address above or by mail to:

Division of Vital Records
P.O. Box 1528
New Castle, PA 16103

Cash and credit card payments are not accepted. For third-party pick up of a certificate, submit a completed “Authorization for an Individual to Pick Up Certificate” at the time of application.

Requesters should include a valid email address for the confirmation of receipt of the application. To get copies of Lebanon County death records from before 1906, contact the Orphan’s Court Clerk Office in Room 105 of the Municipal Building. For further information about vital records, contact the Pennsylvania Department of Health online or call (844) 228-3516.

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Lebanon County?

Lebanon County property records are public records in compliance with the Pennsylvania Right to Know Law. Interested persons may inspect or obtain copies of any property records. Anyone can inspect property records or obtain copies by submitting official requests to the county custodian offices and paying required copy fees.

Where and How to Find Property Records in Lebanon County

Property records in Lebanon County are maintained by the Recorder of Deeds in the County. The Recorder of Deeds maintains all records and documents relating to real estate. The Assessment Office also maintains records of property and in Lebanon County. For support in obtaining records, interested persons may contact the Recorder of Deeds in person on weekdays between 8 30 a.m. and 4 30 p.m. at

Lebanon County Recorder of Deeds
Room 107, Municipal Building
400 South 8th Street
Lebanon, PA 17042-6794
Phone: (717) 228-4447
Fax: (717) 228-4456

How to Look Up Lebanon County Property Records

The Lebanon County Recorder of Deeds provides online access to property records in the County through the Landex portal. Users will be required to set up an account to make use of the portal. Users may access deeds from 1813 to 1878 and 1923 to the present and mortgages from 1933 till the present. Images of documents available online are from 1813 to 1876 and 1926 till the present. Users will be charged $0.15 per minute or $0.10 per page loaded.

Location of Lebanon County Property Assessors

Lebanon County Board of Assessment
Room 118, Municipal Building
400 S. 8th Street
Lebanon, PA 17042-6794
Phone: (717) 228-4425
Fax: (717) 228-4454