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Bucks County, PA Public Records

Bucks County public records include written, audio, and video documents generated or maintained by government agencies. Provided these records are not legally restricted, they are accessible to all members of the public. Vital records may include birth certificates, marriage licenses, property deeds, and tax records. Issuing birth and death certificates is the responsibility of the Division of Vital Records, which operates under the Pennsylvania Department of Health. It charges a fee of $20 for a copy of a birth or death certificate. The Clerk of the Orphan's Court maintains marriage records in Bucks County. Requesters can access these records via the County's online Public Access Portal. Requesters can also obtain property records like copies of deeds or mortgages by contacting the Recorder of Deeds or submitting a formal request. The fee for obtaining a copy is $1 per page, and an additional fee of $1.50 applies if certification is desired.

Courts in Bucks County

Court Records in Bucks County, Pennsylvania

Bucks County Court Records are available to the public per local Right-to-Know Laws. Typically, court records are publicly accessible via online portals, though record seekers may visit the courthouse where the case was heard to access them. Requesters can obtain civil case information from the Prothonotary, criminal case information from the Clerk of Courts, and orphan court information from the Register of Wills. Alternatively, individuals can access comprehensive court records online or upon request through the Pennsylvania Unified Judicial System. Interested parties may also access an updated database of sex offender identities via a public portal. There are restrictions to accessing any records, though, which include juvenile information, child and sexual abuse, or ongoing criminal investigations.

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100 N. Main St.
3030 Bath Road
567 Newtown Road
31 East Cleveland Avenue
1277 Almshouse Rd.
4001 Durham Road
1500 Desire Avenue
1720 Kendarbren Drive
1277 Almshouse Road
962 Town Center
New Britain

Police Departments and Sheriff Offices in Bucks County

Arrest Records in Bucks County, Pennsylvania

Bucks County Arrest Records are accessible to the general public through the Right to Know Law. They are accessible through various government agencies, such as the local Police Department that carried out the arrest. These records encompass a range of information, including an individual's arrests, warrants, inquiries, reports, logs, and even mug shots. Requesters can also obtain arrest by requesting a criminal history through a paper application, which involves filling out a form and sending it along with a $10 check to the Pennsylvania State Police Central Repository. The restrictions to access depend on whether the reports include ongoing criminal investigations, juveniles, child abuse, financial crimes or sensitive national security incidents. Bucks County has 48 Police Departments and a crime rate of 14.40 per 1,000 residents.

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