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Snyder County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Snyder County Arrest Records?

Snyder County arrest records are officially-recorded documents that contain details about the arrest of an individual or frequency of apprehensions in the county following alleged involvement in criminal activity. These records include the suspect's bio-data as well as information concerning the arrest like the name of the arresting officer, alleged crimes committed, time of arrest, and location of apprehension and confinement.

The Snyder County Sheriff Office generates, maintains, and issues records of arrests made within their jurisdiction. Individuals can request for these records in person, via email, U.S. Mail, or fax by submitting a completed right-to-know form to the office at;

Snyder County Sheriff’s Office
Chief Deputy Lucas Bingman
12 South Main Street
Middleburg, PA 17842
(570) 837-3311
FAX: (570) 837-0168
Email: lbingman@snydercounty.org

Note: Arrests records do not include details of court disposition or convictions. Therefore, record-holders should not use them as proof of criminal involvement.

Crime Statistics

The Pennsylvania State Police gathers and maintains criminal information on Snyder County and other counties in the state and releases them through the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) system. The latest 2018 statistics revealed that Snyder County had 1,716 reported crimes, divided into 427 property crimes, 391 violent crimes, 388 drug, and alcohol-related offenses, and 510 other crimes. The crime-by-crime statistics for the county indicated that there were 358 assaults, 12 rapes, five robberies, and two arsons recorded within that year. There were also 241 larceny thefts, 94 vandalisms, 70 burglaries, and five motor vehicle thefts.

Conversely, the 2017 crime data showed that Snyder County had 1,792 reported crimes, divided into 583 property crimes, 335 violent crimes, 358 drug, and alcohol-related offenses, and 516 other crimes. The crime-by-crime statistics for the county indicated that there were 305 assaults, 10 rapes, five robberies, and one arson crime recorded within that year. There were also 376 larceny thefts, 114 vandalisms, 72 burglaries, and eight motor vehicle thefts.

These statistics signal that Snyder County witnessed a four percent decrease in crimes between 2017 and 2018. This decline is mainly due to the 27% decrease in property crime, although there was a 17% increase in violent crimes and an eight percent increase in drug and alcohol-related offenses witnessed within these two years.

What are Snyder County Criminal Records?

Snyder County criminal records are officially-recorded documents concerning the criminal activity of individuals within the jurisdiction of the county. These records typically contain details about the arrest, indictments, prosecution, and sentence of an individual assembled from the Sheriff Office, courts, and county jail. The information may also include the offender’s full names, aliases, mugshot, and physical descriptors. The Sheriff’s Office, Pennsylvania Unified Judicial System, and the Pennsylvania State Police maintain different forms of criminal records at state and county levels.

How Do I Get Snyder County Criminal Records?

Interested persons can obtain the criminal records of individuals who committed offenses in Snyder County from three government repositories:

  • The Pennsylvania State Police
  • Clerk of Court or Prothonotary
  • The Sheriff’s Office.

The Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) collects and manages an up-to-date database of criminal information for all counties in the state. Individuals can obtain these records from the PSP by making criminal history record checks on the PATCH system as a volunteer, for individual/company access and review, or official reasons like adoption, or VISA applications.

Volunteers and individuals can conduct background checks online or by downloading and mailing the required volunteer or individual request forms to;

Pennsylvania State Police
Central Repository – RCPU
1800 Elmerton Avenue
Harrisburg, PA 17100-9758

Volunteer requests are free while individual requests on self cost $20. On the other hand, background checks on self or others for official reasons cost $22 per search, and an added $5 to notarize. Persons can make requests by sending an application form to;

Pennsylvania State Police
Central Repository – 164
1800 Elmerton Avenue
Harrisburg, PA 17100-9758

Residents can also conduct these searches locally through the Sheriff Office by downloading the request forms, filling information, ticking the specific search type, and mailing to;

Office of the Sheriff
County of Snyder
12 South Main Street
Middleburg, PA 17842-1014
Phone: (570) 837-3311

Lastly, the conviction records are obtainable from the courts where individuals were tried and sentenced. Individuals can get these records by searching the Pennsylvania unified judicial system or making in-person or in-mail requests to the Clerk of Courts or Prothonotary at;

Office of Prothonotary and Clerk of Courts
Snyder County Courthouse
9 West Market Street
P.O. Box 217
Middleburg, PA 17842
Phone: (570) 837-4202

How to Find Snyder County Sex Offender Information?

The Pennsylvania State Police manages a central database of sexual predators and offenders who study, work, and live in Snyder County and other counties in the state. This information is publicly available and searchable on the Megan’s Law website. The county search tool on the website allows individuals to search and obtain a list of registered and incarcerated sex offenders in Snyder County. Results will also include information like names, year of birth, offense category, and employment or residential addresses.

Other search tools available can help individuals get more specific information according to an indicated city, municipality, mile radius, zip code, or offender’s name. Records on transient and non-compliant offenders are also obtainable on the site. Furthermore, persons may also use community tools on the site to obtain reports, register for email alerts, or listings of Safety and Victim information.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Snyder County Jail?

The Snyder County Prison allowed detainees to receive visits from family and friends who are added to the inmate's visitation list and approved by the prison warden after making background checks. Interested persons can schedule visits or obtain information about visit application, visitation rules, and dress code by contacting the jail at;

Snyder County Prison
600 Old Colony Road
Selinsgrove, PA 17870-8610
Phone: (570) 374-7912
Fax: (570) 374-7921

Where and How to Find Snyder County Inmate Information?

Individuals can locate inmates in the Snyder County Prison or obtain inmate information by directing detailed requests to the prison at:

600 Old Colony Road
Selinsgrove, PA 17870-8610
Phone: (570) 374-7912
Fax: (570) 374-7921

Requesters can also use the locator tool on the inmate database maintained by the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections.

What are Snyder County Court Records?

Snyder County court records are court-generated documents that hold information about legal proceedings and administrative actions done in courts under the county’s jurisdiction i.e. Courts of Common Pleas and Magisterial District Courts in Snyder County. Examples of court records include transcripts, affidavits, minutes, dockets, case files, and decrees that originated from civil and criminal proceedings or were created by the court clerk.

Excluding private or sealed documents, individuals can obtain Snyder County court records by;

Location of All Courts in Snyder County

Courts of Common Pleas in Snyder County
Snyder County Courts of Common Pleas
Snyder County Courthouse
9 West Market Street,
P.O. Box 217
Middleburg, PA 17842
Phone: (570) 837-4202

Magisterial District Courts in Snyder County
Snyder County Magisterial District Courts 17-3-03
U.S. Route 522,
Selinsgrove, PA 17870
Phone: (570) 374-0111
Fax: (570) 374-2771

Snyder County Magisterial District Courts 17-3-04
32 East Market Street,
Middleburg, PA 17842
Phone: (570) 837-4213
Fax: (570) 837-4355

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

What are Snyder County Vital Records?

Snyder County vital records are the official documentation of life events that occurred within the county territory. Examples include records of divorces, marriages, deaths, and births that occur in Stephens County and are documented by departments in the county or state. Prospective requesters should note that some vital records like birth and death records are confidential by law. However, some divorce records can be sealed by court order due to the sensitive information contained in the document.

Where and How to Get Snyder County Divorce Records?

Individuals can obtain records of divorces and annulments that were granted in the Snyder County Court of Common Pleas by making written or in-person requests to the Clerk of Courts or Prothonotary at;

Office of Prothonotary and Clerk of Courts
Snyder County Courthouse
9 West Market Street
P.O. Box 217
Middleburg, PA 17842
Phone: (570) 837-4202

Requesters should include the names of the divorced party, approximated date of divorce, and location of divorce in the request to streamline the search. The clerk may also request for unexpired photo identification and fees for searching, duplicating, or certifying the record. Sealed divorce records are strictly available to those mentioned in the records, direct relatives, and persons with legitimate interests who have disclosure orders from the court.

Where and How to Get Snyder County Marriage Records?

Individuals can obtain records of marriages that happened in Snyder County from 1885 to present by submitting requests to the Clerk of Courts or Prothonotary in person or via mail to;

Office of Prothonotary and Clerk of Courts
Snyder County Courthouse
9 West Market Street
P.O. Box 217
Middleburg, PA 17842
Phone: (570) 837-4202

Requesters should include the names of the married couple before marriage, approximated date of marriage, and location of marriage in the request. The clerk may also request for a valid photo I.D and fees for searching, duplicating, or certifying the record.

Where and How to Get Snyder County Birth Records?

Records of births that occurred in Snyder County from 1906 to date are available at the Vital Records Division of the Pennsylvania Department of Health at $20 per copy. However, these records are only available to parties with direct interests and legitimate claims such as the adult subject, parents/legal guardians, and legally authorized persons. Individuals can obtain these records by submitting application forms and valid identification in person or via mail to;

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

Information required to streamline the search includes the subject’s name at birth, sex, parents’ full names (including the mother’s maiden name), and place of birth. Interested persons can also obtain stillborn birth certificates upon request.

Note: Records of births that occurred in the county from 1893 to 1905 are open to the public. These are available at the office of the Clerk of Courts or Prothonotary.

Where and How to Get Snyder County Death Records?

Records of deaths that occurred in Snyder County from 1906 to date are available at the Vital Records Division of the Pennsylvania Department of Health at $20 per copy. However, these records are only available to parties with direct claims and legitimate interests such as the subject’s spouse, parents/legal guardians, direct descendants, and court-authorized persons. Individuals can obtain these records by submitting application forms and valid identification in person or via mail to;

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

Information required to streamline the search includes the subject’s name, place of death, date of death, and date of birth. Interested persons can also obtain fetal death certificates upon request.

Note: Records of deaths that occurred in the county from 1893 to 1905 are open to the public. These are available at the office of the Clerk of Courts or Prothonotary.