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Pike County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Arrest Records in Pike County?

Arrest records are official documents that detail an individual’s encounters with law enforcement within the jurisdiction of Pike County. Arrest records usually comprise information on arrests, searches, inquiries, reports, warrants, and mug shots of a person. The Pike County Sheriff’s Office serves as the primary custodian of these records.

How Do I Get Pike County Criminal Records?

The Pike County Sheriff’s Office creates, maintains, and disseminates local criminal records, while the Pennsylvania State Police performs a statewide criminal history check for a fee. Members of the public can obtain criminal records from these offices

Pike County Sheriff’s Office
412 Broad Street
Suite 5 Milford, PA 18337
Phone: (570) 296-6459 Ext. 1270
Fax: (570) 296-3564

Or

Download and complete the criminal records check form and mail to:

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

Third-party service providers also manage and disseminate publicly available records online. These online service providers, untethered by geographical location, are very useful when searching for specific or multiple records.

However, these third-party service providers cannot guarantee record availability since they are not government-sponsored. To find a record using the search engines on third party sites, the requesting party must know:

  • The location of the record in question
  • The name of the individual involved (juvenile records are usually unavailable)

How to Find Pike County Sex Offender Information

The Pennsylvania Police Department maintains a sex offender registry that’s useful for locating sex offenders in Pike County. To find information on a sex offender, interested parties must query the database. A list of sex offenders, including those incarcerated, will be provided.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Pike County Jail?

Offenders in Pike County serve time at:

Pike County Correctional Facility
175 Pike County Blvd
Hawley, PA 18428

All visitors are encouraged to read the Visitors Information Sheet. Generally, a visitor must not be on felony probation and must produce a valid government-issued photo. A parent or legal guardian must accompany underage visitors. Visitors must be fully and properly clothed during the visitation. Personal items are not allowed inside the jail.

Where and How to Find Pike County Inmate Information

The Pennsylvania Department of Corrections provides public access to inmate information via an inmate locator platform. Searches can be done by first name, last name, inmate number (if known), etc.

What are Pike County Court Records?

Pike County Court Records consist of the documents, files, and transcripts generated during a legal proceeding. The court generates them from when a litigant files a case to when a judge delivers a verdict as well as when a litigant files an appeal. The office of the Prothonotary and Clerk of Courts is the official custodian of civil and criminal court records in Pike County. To obtain court records, the requester must visit the Clerk’s Office in person.

Clerk of Courts Office
412 Broad Street Milford, PA 18337
Phone: (570) 296-7231 (Extension 1210)

Alternatively, the requester may request an electronic court record from the Pennsylvania Judiciary Web Portal. This often involves completing a public court record request form and submitting it at:

Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts
Information Technology – Public Access Unit
P.O. Box 62307 Harrisburg,
PA 17106-2307
Phone: (717) 795-2000
Fax: (717) 795-2002

Location of All Courts in Pike County

Pike County Court of Common Pleas
Pike County Courthouse
412 Broad St, Milford, PA 18337
Phone: (570) 296-7231
Fax: (570) 296-1931

Pike County Magisterial District Court 01
103 W High St, P.O. Box 632, Milford, PA 18337
Phone: (570) 295-8108
Fax: (570) 296-3503

Pike County Magisterial District Court 02
106 Shook Rd, #100, Hawley, PA 18428
Phone: (570) 226-9650
Fax: (570) 226-6354

Pike County Magisterial District Court 03
502 Little Walker Rd, Shohola, PA 18458
Phone: (570) 296-7726
Fax: (570) 296-3558

Pike County Magisterial District Court 04
213 Silver Lake Rd, Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328
Phone: (570) 828-2880
Fax: (570) 828-2942

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

What are Pike County Vital Records?

Pike County’s vital records are official documents of all life events that occur in Pike County. This includes records that pertain to all birth, death, marriage, and marriage dissolution that occur within the county limits. Specific local and state custodians maintain and disseminate these records.

Where and How to Get Pike County Divorce Records

The Prothonotary & Clerk of Courts is the official custodian of divorce records in Pike County. To obtain a divorce record, the concerned party must visit the Prothonotary’s office in person along with a valid means of identification such as a passport, driver’s license, or birth certificate. The associated fee is $11.00, according to the fee schedule maintained on the Clerk of Court’s website.

Clerk of Courts Office
412 Broad Street Milford, PA 18337
Phone: (570) 296-7231 (Extension 1210)

Where and How to Get Pike County Marriage Records

The Clerk of Courts issues marriage licenses in Pike County. Marriage records may also be obtained from the Clerk’s Office. To obtain a marriage record, the requester must visit the Clerk’s Office in person. The associated fee is $11.00, according to the fee schedule maintained on the Clerk of Court’s website.

Pike County Courthouse
500 E. Market Street, Suite 103
Kittanning, PA 16201
Phone: (724) 548-3252

Where and How to Get Pike County Birth Records

The Clerk of Courts maintains and disseminates birth & death records in Pike County. To obtain either record, the concerned party must visit the Clerk’s office in person along with a valid means of identification such as a passport, driver’s license, or birth certificate. The associated fee is $11.00, according to the fee schedule maintained on the Clerk of Court’s website.

Likewise, the Pennsylvania Department of Health maintains and disseminates birth and death records through the Vital Records division. Only immediate family members, authorized attorneys, or individuals with tangible proof of legal interest can request these records. The applicable fee for certified copies is $20.00. The requester must make a personal check or money order payable to Vital Records. To order a record, the requester must complete a birth record application form or a death record application form, as applicable.

Send mail requests to:

Division of Vital Records
P.O. Box 1528
New Castle, PA 16103
(724) 656-3100.