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Butler County, PA Public Records

Butler County public records are all written, audio, or video materials generated, utilized, and stored by local government agencies. These are accessible to all interested parties, provided there are no legal restrictions involved. Vital records fall into the group of restrictions and include births, deaths, marriages, and divorces. These are only accessible to spouses, close relatives, legal representatives, and the person on the record. Births and deaths may be obtained from the County Division of Vital Records. Marriages are sourced from the Clerk of Orphans Court, while divorces are available via the Prothonotary’s Office. Property laws are also accessible to all interested parties, provided there are no legal contraventions. These may be obtained from the Pennsylvania County Recorder of Deed’s office. 

Courts in Butler County

Court Records in Butler County, Pennsylvania

Butler County court records are available to all requesters, provided there are no legal exemptions involved. The Clerk of the court's office presides over criminal case records, so interested parties may submit their requests in person or via mail. Record seekers can also contact the Prothonotary’s office for civil case records. The office charges 50 cents a page or $8 per certified copy. Payment options for record requests are credit cards, cash, checks, or money orders. Interested parties may also access court records online using the state-wide Unified Judicial Case Search system. To use the service, subscribers have to provide party names, docket numbers, citation numbers, and offense tracking. Some records are not available to all requesters, though, due to confidentiality. These may entail juvenile information, abuse, ongoing criminal investigations, or expunged records.

Court Name:
121 Sunnyview Circle

Police Departments and Sheriff Offices in Butler County

Arrest Records in Butler County, Pennsylvania

Butler County arrest records are available to all requesters, provided there are no legal contraventions. These records include the individual’s physical description, mugshots, witness statements, and the arresting officer’s remarks. They are maintained by the sheriff’s office so interested parties can visit or request records via mail. The sheriff’s office also charges per request before issuing non-confidential records. Some records are barred from public access due to their content. These have juvenile information, custody, victim identities, or ongoing criminal investigations. Eligible requesters may also get criminal records from the state police or the Pennsylvania Access to Criminal History. Butler County has 22 police departments. It is ranked 41st out of 67 in police departments per capita, and the crime rate is 16.9 per 1,000 residents.

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