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Perry County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Perry County Arrest Records?

Perry County arrest records are documents that contain information on individuals who have been arrested for offenses committed in Perry County. These records are maintained by the county’s law enforcement agencies and judicial administrative institutions, and typically contain details of the arrestee and the offenses committed.

Crime Statistics

According to the 2018 Uniform Crime Reporting Data published by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, a total of 39,192 violent crimes and 190,816 property crimes were recorded in the state of Pennsylvania. Included in these figures are 784 murders, 9,848 robberies, 24,077 aggravated assaults, 4,483 rapes, 27,104 burglaries, 150,596 larceny thefts, and 13,116 motor vehicle thefts. When compared with the data published for 2017, these figures indicate a decrease in total crime recorded in the state, specifically a 2.1% decrease in violent crimes and a 9.3% decrease in property crimes.

What are Perry County Criminal Records?

Perry County criminal records are documents that contain the detailed criminal histories of individuals residing in Perry County. This information is collated and issued at the state level by the Pennsylvania State Police. Some of these records can also be accessed locally at the Perry County Sheriff’s Office.

How Do I Get Perry County Criminal Records?

Perry County criminal records may be accessed by contacting the Perry County Sheriff’s Office at:

2 E. Main Street
P.O. Box 6
New Bloomfield, PA 17068
Telephone: (717) 582-2131

Interested parties can also access criminal records in the state of Pennsylvania by contacting the Pennsylvania State Police at:

1800 Elmerton Avenue
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Phone:
(717) 783-5494

Applications for criminal background checks can also be made online through Pennsylvania Access to Criminal History site provided by the Pennsylvania State Police. Requestors will be required to provide the name and date of birth of the subject of the background check, a valid government-issued ID, and pay a fee of $22 per check.

How Do I Find Perry County Sex Offender Information?

The Pennsylvania State Police provides an online sex offender registry which can be accessed by members of the public interested in obtaining information on registered sex offenders residing in Perry County. This registry allows interested parties to perform searches based on name, county, municipality, city, zip code, or mile radius and also groups offenders under the non-compliant, sexually violent predator, and transient offender categories.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Perry County Jail?

Parties interested in visiting individuals incarcerated in Perry County may do so at the Perry County Prison located at:

300 South Carlisle St.
New Bloomfield, PA 17068
Phone: (717) 582-2262

Visitations in the Perry County prison are divided into 2 groups: official visitations and general visitations.

Official visitors include attorneys, probation/parole officers, clergy and service providers and official visitations may take place between the hours of 9:00 a.m. – 10:45 a.m., 12:30 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. – 9:15 p.m., 7 days a week.

Inmates that wish to see general visitors are required to provide the prison with a visitor list of up to 5 individuals. Visits may happen 1 day per week for a duration of 1 hour and inmates are responsible for deciding the day and time of the visitation as well as informing their visitors of the selected date and time. All visitors must be at least 18 years old and must have a valid photo ID. Parties under the age of 18 that wish to visit inmates at the Perry County prison will have to be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Visitors are also subject to a search by prison officials.

Where and How to Find Perry County Inmate Information?

The Perry County Prison handles all inmate related queries. Parties interested in obtaining information on individuals incarcerated in Perry County can contact the prison at:

300 South Carlisle St.
New Bloomfield, PA 17068
Phone: (717) 582-2262

What are Perry County Court Records?

Perry County court records are records that contain information generated during court proceedings held in Perry County courthouses. The Perry County Prothonotary & Clerk of Courts is the record custodian for these records and interested parties that wish to access them may do so by contacting the office of the Prothonotary & Clerk of Court at:

Perry County Courthouse
2 E. Main Street
P.O. Box 37
New Bloomfield, PA 17068
Phone: (717) 582-2131
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Mondays to Fridays

In addition to this, information on cases heard in Perry County courts, and court calendars, can also be accessed online by utilizing the UJS web portal provided by the Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania.

Location of All Courts in Perry County

Perry County Court of Common Pleas
Perry County Courthouse
2 E Main St
P.O. Box 325
New Bloomfield, PA 17068
Phone: (717) 582-2131

Perry County Orphans' Court
Perry County Courthouse
2 E Main St
P.O. Box 223
New Bloomfield, PA 17068
Phone: (717) 582-2131

Perry County Magisterial District Court 41-3-03
3351 Susquehanna Trail
Duncannon, PA 17020
Phone: (717) 834-4990

Perry County Magisterial District Court 41-3-04
133 S Fifth St
Newport, PA 17074
Phone: (717) 567-6365

Perry County Magisterial District Court 41-3-05
3553 Shermans Valley Rd
P.O. Box 908
Loysville, PA 17047
Phone: (717) 789-4117

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What are Perry County Vital Records?

Perry County vital records are official records that contain information on vital events, such as births, deaths, marriages, and divorces, that occur in the county. Some of these records are maintained and issued locally. The Pennsylvania Department of Health also maintains and issues some of the records at a state level. Parties interested in accessing these records will be required to present a valid government-issued photo ID and pay any applicable fees necessary for obtaining copies of these records.

Where and How to Get Perry County Divorce Records

Perry County divorce records are maintained by the Perry County Prothonotary & Clerk of Courts. Parties interested in obtaining copies of these records may do so by contacting the Prothonotary & Clerk of Courts’ office between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Mondays to Fridays, at:

Perry County Courthouse
2 E. Main Street
P.O. Box 37
New Bloomfield, PA 17068
Phone: (717) 582-2131

It is important to note that the payment of a fee may be required before copies of these records can be obtained.

Where and How to Get Perry County Marriage Records

The Perry County Register & Recorder is the record custodian for marriage records in Perry County. Interested parties that wish to obtain copies of these records may do so by contacting the Register & Recorder's office at:

Perry County Courthouse
2 E. Main Street
P.O. Box 223
New Bloomfield, PA 17068
Phone: (717) 582-2131
Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Mondays to Fridays

Requestors may be required to pay a fee before obtaining copies of these records.

Where and How to Get Perry County Birth Records

Pennsylvania birth records are maintained by the Pennsylvania Department of Health. These records are considered confidential and access to them is typically restricted to the registrant named on the record, the registrant’s immediate family including step-parents, step-children, great grandparents and great-grandchildren, and a legally authorized representative of the registrant. However, birth records for deceased registrants may also be obtained by a non-immediate member of the registrant’s family that can provide a copy of the deceased’s death certificate.

Eligible parties interested in obtaining copies of Pennsylvania birth records will be required to submit a completed Application for a Birth Certificate either in person or via mail to:

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

In-person submissions should be done between the hours of 7:15 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. from Mondays to Fridays. Requestors must be at least 18 years old, have a valid government-issued photo ID and pay a fee of $20 per copy requested. However, this fee is waived for members of the U.S. Armed Forces who are either in active service or were honorably discharged from service. It should be noted that this waiver only applies when eligible Armed Forces members are requesting copies of their own birth certificates, the birth certificate of a current spouse, or a late spouse if the requestor is not remarried and the birth certificate of a dependent child.

Queries can be directed to (724) 656-3100

Where and How to Get Perry County Death Records

The Pennsylvania Department of Health issues copies of death records to eligible parties that are at least 18 years old and have a valid government-issued ID. Copies of death records are typically issued to members of the decedent’s immediate family, including step-parents, step-children, great grandparents, and great grandchildren. Ex-spouses, legally authorized representatives of the decedent and individuals with a direct financial interest in the decedent may also obtain copies of death records if they can provide documentation that establishes a direct interest in the requested record. In addition to this, Pennsylvania death records may also be issued to extended family members of the decedent that indicate a direct relationship to the decedent; parties that fall under this category may be required to provide documentation establishing their relationship to the decedent.

Requestors will be required to complete an Application for Death Certificate which may be submitted either in person between the hours of 7:15 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. from Mondays to Fridays or via mail to:

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

Copies of Pennsylvania death records cost $20 per record, however this fee is waived for parties that wish to obtain copies of death records for members of the U.S. Armed Forces who were either in active service or honorably discharged at the time of death. It should be noted that this waiver only applies if the requestor is a legal spouse or dependent child of the decedent. Authorized representatives of the decedent’s estate and funeral directors listed on veteran decedent’s death record also qualify for this waiver. Queries can be directed to (724) 656-3100.