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Warren County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Warren County Arrest Records?

Warren County arrest records are official documents about an individual's arrest history within the jurisdiction of the county. Arrest records equally describe circumstances that surround an individual's arrests. It includes information on searches, inquiries, reports, logs, arrest warrants, and mug shots. However, these records do not provide definitive proof of a subject's involvement in a crime. Thus, they may not replace detailed criminal history information. The Warren County Sheriff's Office is the primary custodian of arrest records in Warren.

Crime Statistics

Warren County reported 361 violent crimes in 2018, according to data retrieved from the Office of Pennsylvania Attorney General. This included 222 non-aggravated assaults, 72 aggravated assaults, 16 rapes, 4 arson, and 4 robberies.

From 2014 to 2018, the rate of violent crimes increased by 18.8%. Non-aggravated assault and rape increased by 2.3% and 14.3% respectively The rate of robbery remained unchanged while arson decreased by 33%.

What are Warren County Criminal Records?

Warren County criminal records are documents of an individual's criminal history within the county’s jurisdiction. These records include reports about an individual's arrests, warrants, past criminal charges, current criminal charges as well as convictions and sentences.

How Do I Get Warren County Criminal Records?

Unless sealed by state statute or court order, Warren County criminal records are public records. Members of the public can obtain criminal records from the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP). The PSP processes name-based online requests and mail requests.

  • Online request: Interested members of the public must visit the PATCH website
  • Mail requests: Interested members of the public must download and complete a Criminal History SP4-164 request form. The PSP charges $22.00 for a standard check and $5.00 for notarization. Then the requester must attach the form, payment, and photo ID in a self-addressed stamped envelope. Mail request to:

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

How to Find Warren County Sex Offender Information

The Pennsylvania State Police maintains a statewide sex offender registry. This registry is especially useful when looking for convicted and wanted sex offenders in Warren County. To query the database, select Megan Law Searches on the portal. Input a name, phone number, email address, internet name, or location to narrow the search results.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Warren County Jail?

Inmates serve time at the Warren County Jail located at:

Warren County Jail
407 Market Street
Warren, PA 16365
Phone: (814) 728-3404
Fax: (814) 726-9675

The jail allows video visitations. All visitors must contact the jail ahead to schedule a visitation. Visitors must be fully and appropriately dressed. The visitation time is from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. on all weekdays. Furthermore, visitors must be on the inmate’s visitation list and must carry a government-issued photo ID at all times.

Where and How to Find Warren County Inmate Information

Individuals may call the Warren County Jail directly to request information on a current inmate. Likewise, the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections maintains information on Warren County prisoners via its inmate locator. To query the system, enter information such as first name, last name, inmate number (if known), etc. The searcher must then select “Warren County” as the committing county.

What are Warren County Court Records?

Warren County Court Records are documents, files, and transcripts of proceedings occuring during a civil or criminal litigation process. The Clerk of Courts maintains court records in Warren County. To access a court record, the requester must visit the Clerk’s Office in person and present the litigant’s name and case number. Hearing dates and filing dates are also useful in finding court records of interest.

Address requests to:

Warren Clerk of Courts
Warren County Courthouse
204 Fourth Avenue
Warren PA 16365-2362
Phone: (814) 728-3440
Fax: (814) 728-3459

Location of All Courts in Warren County

This is a list of the addresses and contact information of courts in Warren County:

Warren County Court of Common Pleas
Warren County Courthouse
204 Fourth Avenue,
Warren, PA 16365
Phone: (814) 728-3440
Fax: (814) 728-3459

Warren County Orphans' Court
Warren County Courthouse
204 Fourth Avenue
Warren, PA 16365
Phone: (814) 728-3430
Fax: (814) 728-3476

Warren County Magisterial District Court 37-2-01
333 Hickory Street
Warren, PA 16365
Phone: (814) 723-2260
Fax: (814) 723-0221

Warren County Magisterial District Court 37-3-01
1585 Market Street, Warren, PA 16365
Phone: (814) 723-6750
Fax: (814) 406-7069

Warren County Magisterial District Court 37-4-01
37 Railroad Street
Youngsville, PA 16371
Phone: (814) 563-4682
Fax: (814) 563-7519

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What are Warren County Vital Records?

Vital records in Warren are official documents of all life events that occur within county jurisdiction. This includes documents that pertain to all births, deaths, marriages, and marriage dissolution.

Where and How to Get Warren County Divorce Records

The office of the Clerk of Court disseminates divorce or marriage dissolution records in Warren County. Eligible individuals, i.e. individuals named on the record and their legal designees may obtain certified copies of divorce records in person at the Clerk’s Office. The Clerk’s Office will provide an estimate for the associated costs.

Direct requests to:

Warren Clerk of Courts
Warren County Courthouse
204 Fourth Avenue
Warren PA 16365-2362
Phone: (814) 728-3440
Fax: (814) 728-3459

Where and How to Get Warren County Marriage Records

The Clerk of Courts issues marriage licenses and disseminate marriage records in Warren County. Individuals named on the record and their legal designees may obtain certified copies of marriage records in person at the Clerk’s Office. The Clerk’s Office will provide an estimate for associated costs for requesting marriage records.

Direct requests to:

Warren Clerk of Courts
Warren County Courthouse
204 Fourth Avenue
Warren PA 16365-2362
Phone: (814) 728-3440
Fax: (814) 728-3459

Where and How to Get Warren County Birth Records

Certified copies of birth records are available upon request to eligible persons, i.e. immediate family members, at the local Department of Health. The requester must visit the health department in person or submit a mail request by completing a request form. Each certified copy costs $20. Enclose the completed form, photo ID, and payment in a self-addressed stamped envelope.

Direct requests to:

Warren County Health Department
Division of Vital Records
101 South Mercer Street, P.O. Box 1528
New Castle, PA 16101

Where and How to Get Warren County Death Records

Certified copies of death records are available upon request to eligible persons, i.e., immediate family members of the deceased and their legal designees, at the local Department of Health. The requester must visit the health department in person or submit a mail request by completing a request form. Each certified copy costs $20. Enclose the completed form, photo ID, and payment in a self-addressed stamped envelope.

Direct requests to:

Warren County Health Department
Division of Vital Records
101 South Mercer Street, P.O. Box 1528
New Castle, PA 16101