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Montgomery County, PA Public Records

Montgomery County Public records are accessible through the local "Act 3 of 2008" Open Records Law. The County allows individuals to inspect and obtain copies of public records. To make an Open Records Request, interested individuals can contact the County's Open Records Officer in person, by mail, by fax, or by email. The Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Montgomery County Clerk of Orphans Courts maintain the County's vital records. These include records of births, deaths, marriages, and divorces in the County. The Recorder of Deeds in Montgomery County is responsible for maintaining all records and indexes related to land transactions. Fees associated with requested records may vary, depending on the type of record requested. In some instances, such as a request for a deed, the applicable fee will be set by statute. Copies of records will be provided once any applicable fees have been paid.

Courts in Montgomery County

Court Records in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

Montgomery County Court records are presumed available to the public through the Open Records Law, provided no exemptions prevail. Both civil and criminal court records are accessible by visiting the county courthouses in person. Criminal court records may also be accessed via the Clerk of Courts in person or online. To obtain these records in person, one can visit the Clerk of Courts' office during office hours from Monday to Friday. Alternatively, criminal court records can be accessed online through the Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania Web Portal by searching for case docket numbers. Civil court and divorce records are stored on a separate web portal and can be accessed by requesting the civil records online form.

Court Name:
117 York Road
160 W. Germantown Pike
168 Allendale Rd
King of Prussia
1301 S. Bethlehem Pike
903 Sheehy Drive – Suite A
102 York Road
Willow Grove
1 Security Plaza
1 Security Plaza
497 West Ridge Pike
653 Skippack Pike
Blue Bell
4002 Center Ave.
Lafayette Hill
430-440 Pennbrook Parkway
430-440 Pennbrook Parkway
625 W. Ridge Pike
430-440 Pennbrook Parkway
653 Skippack Pike
Blue Bell
160 W. Germantown Pike
840 Harleysville Pike

Jails and Prisons in Montgomery County

Find Inmate Search and Jail Records in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

Montgomery County inmate records are considered public records. The responsibility of providing inmate records for the correctional facilities in various counties of Pennsylvania lies with the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections. Anyone looking for records of individuals incarcerated in Montgomery County can utilize the inmate locator search tool. This tool permits users to search for inmates based on their name, race, date of birth, inmate number, or County. Inmates may receive visits on a weekly basis, provided they are on the approved list. Visitors also have to adhere to the stipulated correctional facility regulations such as clothing, scheduling, and the number of children per adult. Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, has four correctional facilities catering to a population of 818,677 individuals residing in an area spanning 483 square miles.

Jails and Prisons Name:
Route 29, P.O. Box 246

Police Departments and Sheriff Offices in Montgomery County

Arrest Records in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

Montgomery County Arrest records also referred to as police reports, detail the arrest history of an individual. These records include the individuals' physical details, charges, the arresting officer, and details of the arrest. The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office is responsible for maintaining these records locally. According to county laws, these records are considered public records, meaning any third party can request copies of an individual's arrest history provided they are not confidential. Confidential arrest records include those which include juvenile cases, domestic disputes, ongoing criminal investigations, and sexual abuse. Interested parties that want criminal records may obtain them from the State police platforms. Montgomery County has 56 Police Departments. It is ranked 56th out of 67 counties in departments per capita. The crime rate stands at 14.17 per 1,000 residents.

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