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Lycoming County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Lycoming County Public Records?

Lycoming County public records comprise all data and information required by a public agency to properly dispense its statutory functions. Lycoming public records include letters, images, documents, and other data regardless of physical form or characteristic. Residents may obtain records created, received, or maintained by these agencies, and may petition a court if denied access. However, the Right-to-Know Law states that some information may not be publicly accessible. Some exempt records include:

  • Records that disclose a person's medical, psychological, or disability status
  • Autopsy records that display cause or manner of death
  • Records that may cause a public body to lose funds
  • Records where disclosure may compromise the safety of lives or property
  • All records deemed private under state or federal law

Lycoming County Crime Statistics

The Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General provides public access to crime statistics in all of the state's counties. Through the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) system, the Office of Attorney General presents crime information as compiled by the Pennsylvania State Police. The data shows that in 2018, there were 2,081 index crimes, including 762 violent crimes and 1,314 property crimes. Reported violent crimes include 12 cases of arson, 143 aggravated assault cases, 561 non-aggravated assaults, 3 murder and nonnegligent manslaughter incidents, 28 rape incidents, and 9 robberies. The violent crime rate was 6.56 offenses per 1,000 persons.

Reported property crimes include 179 burglary incidents, 43 motor vehicle thefts, and 1,557 cases of larceny-theft. The rate of property crimes was 11.31 offenses per 1,000 persons. Overall, the Lycoming County crime rate in 2018 was 17.86 crimes per 1,000 persons.

Are Lycoming County Criminal Records Public?

Pennsylvania law provides public access to Lycoming County criminal records. Residents may access third-party criminal history information online or via mail. Interested persons may send online requests through the Pennsylvania Access to Criminal History (PATCH). Users do not have to register to use the platform. Each request costs a non-refundable fee of $22, payable online through a registered billing account or by credit card. Note that the PATCH will charge for user errors, including duplicate submissions and misspellings. Persons who require notarized copies will be charged an extra $5.

Lycoming criminal records are also available by sending completed copies of the criminal history request form (SP4-164) to the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP). Pay for a mail request via a check or money order made out to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The SP4-164A is available for volunteers to access Lycoming criminal records for free. Note that obtainable criminal history information is restricted to the following:

  • All convictions
  • Charges less than three years from arrest date, where there is no disposition
  • Charges for issued warrants

How to Obtain Lycoming County Police Reports and Arrest Records

To obtain Lycoming County arrest records and police reports, requesters must contact the Lycoming County Sheriff's Office (LCSO). Record seekers will need to provide information on the arrest or incident in question. Necessary details may include relevant names, dates, charges, and a description of the incident. Persons interested in obtaining copies may have to pay copy fees for the desired records. Requestors should contact the:

Lycoming County Sheriff's Office
Lycoming County Courthouse
3rd Floor
48 West Third Street
Williamsport, PA 17701
Phone: (570) 327-2280
Fax: (580) 327-2366
Business Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Interested persons may also contact the Pennsylvania State Police's Troop F AT:

899 Cherry Street
Montoursville, PA 17754
Phone: (570) 368-5700
Fax: (570) 368-5704
TTY: (570) 368-5761

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Lycoming County

The Pennsylvania State Police operates a Megan's Law Website, which provides access to information on all sex offenders registered in Pennsylvania. The website's database allows interested residents to find sex offenders by name, municipality, city, mile radius, zip code, and county. The database provides the following information on each offender:

  • Names and known aliases
  • Birth year
  • Address
  • Address of any institution where the offender is a student
  • Employment information, such as city, zip code, and county
  • Offender's photograph, updated at least once a year
  • Offense description
  • Conviction date

How to Find Lycoming County Inmate Records

The Lycoming County Prison maintains a searchable online database with details of persons locked up in the facility. Finding a Lycoming County inmate record requires entering the last name. Users may provide a first name if available. The search result displays each inmate's booking number, commitment date, and full name.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in the Lycoming County Prison?

Only persons on an inmate's visitation list may visit the inmate. Eligible visitors must arrive at the facility at least 15 minutes before the visiting period begins. Persons that arrive late will not be allowed to visit. Also, all persons must visit with valid photo identification, and may be searched upon entry.

Visitors to the Lycoming County Prison should be at least 18 years old. Younger persons may only visit with adults on the inmate's visitation list. At each visit, a maximum of two persons and one child under three years old may gain access. Persons who were incarcerated at the facility may not visit within one month of their release. Also, assault or domestic violence victims cannot visit the offender, whether alleged or convicted.

Prohibited items include diaper bags, mobile phones, food, drinks, cameras, weapons, strollers, bags, and tobacco products. Officers at the facility will detain any visitors found with contraband items and hand them over to police officers. Violators face a possible penalty of up to five years in prison.

Inmates are available according to their location in the prison, as described on the visitation schedule. Persons interested in visiting the facility may contact the:

Lycoming County Prison
277 West Third Street
Williamsport, PA 17701
Phone: (570) 326-4623
Fax: (570) 321-9858

Court Records

Lycoming County seats a Court of Common Pleas and six Magisterial District Courts. The Court of Common Pleas has general jurisdiction over all county cases. It also features an Orphans' Court division, which hears cases regarding wills, estates, adoptions, guardianships, and other related matters. The Magisterial District Court has limited jurisdiction over some criminal and civil cases. The court also hears some DUI cases, summary offenses, and preliminary hearings. Lycoming County courts provide access to public records.

Locations of Courts in Lycoming County

Lycoming County Court of Common Pleas
Lycoming County Courthouse
48 West 3rd Street
Williamsport, PA 17701
Phone: (570) 327-2251
Fax: (570) 320-8197

Lycoming County Orphans' Court
Lycoming County Courthouse
48 West 3rd Street
Williamsport, PA 17701
Phone: (570) 327-2263
Fax: (570) 327-6790

Lycoming County Magisterial District Court 29-1-01
605 West 4th Street
Williamsport, PA 17701
Phone: (570) 322-6159
Fax: (570) 322-3082

Lycoming County Magisterial Court 29-1-02
Lycoming County Courthouse
48 West 3rd Street
Williamsport, PA 17701
Phone: (570) 327-2275
Fax: (570) 327-2426

Lycoming County Magisterial District Court 29-3-01
216 Market Street
Jersey Shore, PA 17740
Phone: (570) 398-4880
Fax: (570) 398-4855

Lycoming County Magisterial District Court 29-3-02
Lysock View Complex
542 County Farm Road, #103
Montoursville, PA 17754
Phone: (570) 326-1714
Fax: (570) 326-6496

Lycoming County Magisterial District Court 29-3-03
2134 Route 405 Highway
Muncy, PA 17756
Phone: (570) 546-7480
Fax: (570) 546-6530

Lycoming County Magisterial District Court 29-3-04
1965 Lycoming Creek Road, #101
Williamsport, PA 17701
Phone: (570) 323-9982
Fax: (570) 323-9015

Are Lycoming County Court Records Public?

Lycoming County court records are open to the general public. Persons seeking court records may request copies by providing details specific to the case. Obtainable details include docket information and court judgment, among others. Although most records are available, the general public may not gain access to sealed or expunged court records. Adoption records are also private.

Can You Look Up a Lycoming County Court Record Online?

Search online for Lycoming County court records using the Pennsylvania Judiciary Web Portal. The portal provides a case information page for access to Court of Common Pleas records or Municipal District Court records. Users may conduct searches by docket number, participant name, parcel, SID, organization, police incident/complaint number, or offense tracking number (OTN).

How to Obtain Lycoming County Court Case Records

The Lycoming County Prothonotary and Clerk of Courts maintain county court records and issues copies to residents. Interested persons may contact the court to obtain Lycoming court records, providing details of the desired records. These details may include a description of related incidents and arrests, charge information, bond details, court details, litigant or attorney names, and the court's final judgment on the case. To request Lycoming court records, contact the:

Prothonotary/Clerk of Courts
Lycoming County Courthouse
48 West Third Street
1st Floor
Williamsport, PA 17701
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Phone: (570) 327-2251
Fax: (570) 320-8197

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

What are Lycoming County Vital Records?

Lycoming vital records are government-generated records that include details of marriages, divorces, births, and deaths. Vital records are available from the Clerk of Orphans' Court and the Pennsylvania Department of Health, depending on the record requested. Note that not all Lycoming County vital records are considered public.

Where and How to Obtain Lycoming County Divorce Records

Members of the public can obtain copies of Lycoming County divorce records from the Orphans' Court. Send a written request with the names of both involved parties and the case number. Include a self-addressed and stamped envelope and a check or money order. A certified copy of a Lycoming divorce decree costs $9.50. If no divorce records match the provided details, the requestor will receive a "NO RECORD FOUND" memo. Send the request to:

Lycoming County Orphans' Court
Lycoming County Courthouse
48 West 3rd Street
Williamsport, PA 17701
Phone: (570) 327-2263
Fax: (570) 327-6790
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Where and How to Get Marriage Records in Lycoming County

The Clerk of Orphans' Court maintains Lycoming County marriage records and issues copies to all requestors. Obtain copies of Lycoming County marriage certificates by contacting the clerk with details of the record. Provide the names of the married parties and the marriage date. Interested persons may send written requests to the clerk or visit in person using the following information:

Lycoming County Orphans' Court
Lycoming County Courthouse
48 West 3rd Street
Williamsport, PA 17701
Phone: (570) 327-2263
Fax: (570) 327-6790
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Where and How to Find Lycoming County Birth Records

The Pennsylvania Department of Health issues records of all births in the state through its Division of Vital Records. Lycoming County birth records are not public records. Access to these records is restricted to the following persons, if at least 18 years old:

  • The subject named on the birth certificate
  • Parent, stepparent, grandparent, or great-grandparent
  • Spouse
  • Child, grandchild, or great-grandchild
  • Sibling
  • The subject's attorney or legal representative
  • Anyone with Power of Attorney

To obtain Lycoming County birth certificates, complete the application form with the subject's name at birth, date of birth, gender, age, place of birth, and parents' information. The requestor should also specify a relationship to the subject and include the intended use for the record. Each Lycoming birth certificate costs $20, payable by check or money order made out to "Vital Records." The Division of Vital Records provides a fee waiver for members of the US armed forces if the applicant or their spouse is in active service or was honorably discharged. The fee waiver also applies if the certificate is for a dependent child. Enclose the form, a valid government-issued photo ID that carries a mailing address, and payment. Send the request to:

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

Where and How to Find Lycoming County Death Records

Lycoming County death records are obtainable from the Pennsylvania Department of Health's Division of Vital Records. The Department of Health only entertains requests from persons at least 18 years old and related to the decedent in one of the following ways:

  • Spouse
  • Ex-spouse with proof of direct interest
  • Parent, stepparent, grandparent, or great-grandparent
  • Child, stepchild, grandchild, or great-grandchild
  • Sibling or half-sibling
  • The decedent's attorney or legal representative
  • Any person with Power of Attorney

If eligible, complete a death certificate application with the decedent's name at death, date, and place of death, birth date, and parents' information. The application also requires the intended use of the record and the requestor's relationship to the decedent. Each Lycoming death certificate costs $20. Payment is acceptable by check or money order made out to "Vital Records." To request, send the form, payment, and a valid government-issued ID to:

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