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Tioga County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Tioga County Arrest Records?

Tioga County arrest records are documents that contain reports and information of each arrest, carried out in the county. The arrest reports include the arrested person's data and the circumstances that led to the arrests. Tioga County arrest records also include mugshots and court cases that emanated as a result of the arrest.

Individuals can obtain arrest records from the Tioga County Sheriff's Office. To get these records, requestors should visit or mail a request to:

Tioga County Sheriff's Office
116, Main St
Wellsboro, PA, 16901
(570) 724-3491

Crime Statistics

The Uniform Crime Reporting for the State of Pennsylvania details the state's crime statistics. According to the published data, there were 230,008 crimes in 2018. Of this total, the state recorded 39,192 violent crimes and 190,816 property crimes.

Law enforcement agencies in the state documented a collective total of 784 murders, 4,483 rapes, 3,604 robberies, 24,077 aggravated assaults, 27,104 burglaries, 150,596 larceny-thefts, and 13,116 motor vehicle thefts. Pennsylvania's total index crime rate was 1795.9 crimes per 100,000 residents (its lowest since 1967). The state's violent crime rate was 306.0 crimes per 100,000 population (its lowest since 1978), and the property crime rate was 1,489.4 crimes per 100,000 people (its lowest since 1966).

What are Tioga County Criminal Records?

Tioga County criminal records are official documents that provide detailed information about a person's criminal history in the county. Tioga County criminal records include arrest records, charges, and convictions. Tioga County criminal records are public records.

The Pennsylvania State Police is responsible for maintaining criminal history information in the state. The law of Pennsylvania empowers the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) to release criminal history data to criminal justice agencies, non-criminal justice agencies, and individuals on request. Tioga County law enforcement agencies submit criminal history information of the county to the Pennsylvania State Police.

How Do I Get Tioga County Criminal Records?

Tioga County criminal records can be accessed by individuals online. Requestors can access Tioga County criminal records through the Pennsylvania Access to Criminal Record (PATCH) platform. The Pennsylvania State Police administers the PATCH.

Individuals requesting criminal history information would be required to pay a non-refundable fee of $22 for each request and an additional non-refundable fee of $5 if a notarized copy is needed. Payment can be made by credit card or by billing a pre-established account. Individuals requesting a Criminal History Record Check should mail an SP4-164 Form alongside a money order for $22 payable to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to the:

Pennsylvania State Police Central Repository-164

1800, Elmerton Avenue
Harrisburg, PA, 17110-9758.

Requestors can find the SP4-164 Form online. Individuals requesting notarized copies of records should also attach a written request indicating that notarization is needed. The Pennsylvania State Police Central Repository will release the following criminal history information upon proper request:

  • All convictions.
  • All charges below three years from the date of arrest and the Central Repository have not received a disposition.
  • All warrants of arrest issued and reported to the Central Repository.

How to Find Tioga County Sex Offender Information

Tioga County residents can search the Pennsylvania State Police Megan's Law Website to locate sex offenders in their neighborhoods. The Pennsylvania State Police maintains the sex offender registry. Anyone in need of Tioga County sex offender information can search the state repository by inputting the County name.

Available data include the offender's name, date of birth, and address. Individuals can get more information by clicking on the offender's name. Clicking on the offender's name will redirect them to a page where they can access full information about the inmate, such as physical description, date of registration, and crime. The Sex Offender Registry is accessible for free.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Tioga County Jail?

Individuals who wish to visit inmates will have to visit the Tioga County Jail facility at:

Tioga County Prison
1768, Shumway Hill Rd
Wellsboro, PA, 16901

All visits at the county jail are non-contact and conducted through a glass partition. Individuals need to pre-register before visiting. Visitors can contact the jail on (570) 724 5911 to inquire if the county jail has approved their visits.

Visitors would be required to present government I.D. Persons below 16 would not be allowed into the facility unless they visit with an adult. Visitors should dress and conduct themselves appropriately within the jail facility. Individuals can call (570) 724 5911, to get more information on visiting an inmate.

Where and How to Find Tioga County Inmate Information

The Tioga County Sheriff's Office administers the Tioga County Jail. The County Sheriff maintains a roster of inmates housed in the County jail. Anyone can request for inmate information by contacting the County Jail’s administration and records at (570) 724-5911 ext 8. They can also be contacted by visiting in person, or sending a mail to:

Tioga County Prison
1768, Shumway Hill Rd
Wellsboro, PA, 16901

What are Tioga County Court Records?

Tioga County court records are public records that can be obtained by the general public. The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania maintains the Unified Judicial System (UJS) for the state. Requesters can access Tioga County court records on the UJS portal or by submitting a request form to:

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

Requestors can also send the request form via email to ediin@pacourts.us

Individuals can also contact the Office of the Prothonotary for records of civil cases filed in Tioga County. The Prothonotary is the Chief Clerk and Recordkeeper for all filings related to Civil Cases in Tioga County. Requestors can mail requests for court records to:

The County of Tioga Prothonotary
116, Main Street
Wellsboro, PA, 16901

Location of All Courts in Tioga County

The following are the addresses and contact information of the courts in Tioga County:

Tioga County Court of Common Pleas

Tioga County Courthouse
116, Main St
Wellsboro, PA, 16901
Phone: (570) 724 9281
Fax: (570) 724-2986

Tioga County Orphans' Court
Tioga County Courthouse
116, Main St
Wellsboro, PA, 16901
Phone: (570) 724 9260

Tioga County Magisterial District Court
117, Court St
Suite C
Elkland, PA, 16920
Phone: (814) 258 7138
Fax: (814) 258 7139

Tioga County Magisterial District Court
Tioga County Courthouse
118, Main St
Wellsboro, PA, 16901
Phone: (570) 724 9220
Fax: (570) 723 8224

Tioga County Magisterial District Court
267, S Main St
Mansfield, PA, 16933
Phone: (570) 662 2904
Fax: (570) 662 2090

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What are Tioga County Vital Records?

Tioga County's vital records contain official documentation of life events that occurred within the county. The events recorded include births, deaths, marriages, and divorces. The public can access some of Tioga County's vital records, while only eligible persons can access others.

Tioga County divorce records are available through the Office of the Prothonotary. The Prothonotary is the Chief Clerk and Recordkeeper for all filings related to Civil Cases in Tioga County. The Pennsylvania Department of Health maintains and issues birth and death records that occur in the state from October 1906 to date.

Where and How to Get Tioga County Divorce Records

The Office of the Prothonotary is responsible for issuing Tioga County divorce records. The Prothonotary is the Chief Clerk and Recordkeeper for all filings related to Civil Cases in Tioga County. Tioga County divorce records are public records. Thus, individuals can have unrestricted access to them.

The following information is required to request divorce records:

  • Full name of the couple
  • The date of the divorce

Individuals can request divorce records in person or by mailing a request for divorce records to:

The County of Tioga Prothonotary
116, Main Street
Wellsboro, PA, 16901

Tioga County divorce records are accessible to individuals at a fee. Interested persons can call (570) 723 8191 for more inquiries about obtaining Tioga County divorce records.

Where and How to Get Tioga County Marriage Records

Marriage records are public records maintained and issued by the Office of the Prothonotary. The Prothonotary is the Chief Clerk and Recordkeeper for all filings related to Civil Cases in Tioga County. The following information is required to request marriage records:

  • Full name of the couple
  • The date of the marriage

Individuals can request marriage records in person or by mailing a request to:

The County of Tioga Prothonotary
116, Main Street
Wellsboro, PA, 16901

Tioga County marriage records are accessible to individuals at a fee. Interested persons can call (570) 723 8191 for more inquiries about obtaining Tioga County divorce records.

Where and How to Get Tioga County Birth Records

The Pennsylvania Department of Health is responsible for issuing Tioga county birth records to requestors. The Department of Health only issues birth certificates for births in Pennsylvania from 1906 to date. Tioga County birth records are accessible by the public, but only eligible persons can obtain certified copies of birth records.

Eligible persons include Persons named on the birth certificate, their legal representatives, or their relatives as follows:

  • Spouse
  • Parent or step-parent.
  • Brother, sister, half-brother, half-sister
  • Son or daughter
  • Step-son or step-daughter
  • Grandparent or great-grandparent
  • Grandchild or great-grandchild
  • Power of Attorney
  • Attorney or legal representative of the person named on the birth certificate

The following information is required to request birth records:

  • The birth name of the subject of the record
  • Date of birth
  • Sex
  • County or city and hospital of birth
  • Names of both parents including mother's maiden name
  • Requestors relationship to the person named in the record

The cost of obtaining a certified copy of a birth record is $20.

Individuals can request birth records in person or by mailing a request form for birth records, alongside a money order or a cheque to:

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

Requestors should also include copies of their valid I.D.

Requestors will receive a certified "No Record Certification of Birth" if the Department of Health cannot find the requested record.

Where and How to Get Tioga County Death Records

The Pennsylvania Department of Health is responsible for issuing Tioga county death records to requestors. The Department of Health only issues death certificates for deaths that occurred in Pennsylvania since 1906. Tioga County death records are accessible by the public, but only eligible persons can obtain certified copies of birth records.

Eligible persons include the relatives of the deceased person as follows:

  • Spouse
  • Ex-spouse. An ex-spouse is required documentation to establish direct interest.
  • Parent or step-parent. A step-parent will have to submit a marriage certificate to support the relationship to the person named on the death certificate.
  • Brother, sister, half-brother, half-sister
  • Son or daughter
  • Step-son or step-daughter. (They will have to submit the parent's marriage certificate to establish the relationship).
  • Grandparent or great-grandparent
  • Grandchild or great-grandchild
  • Extended family members who indicate a direct connection to the decedent (documentation may be required).

Other eligible persons include representatives or Attorney of the decedent's estate, Individual showing a direct financial interest to the decedent, or a Government office that has assumed administration of an estate. The following information is required to request death records:

  • The name, date of birth, sex, and social security number of the subject of the record
  • Date and place of death
  • Names of both parents including mother's maiden name
  • Requestors relationship to the person named in the record

The cost of obtaining a certified copy of a death record is $20. Individuals can request birth records in person or by mailing a request form for Death records to:

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

Requestors should also include copies of their valid I.D. They will receive a certified "No Record Certification of Death" if the Department of Health cannot find the requested record.