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Broome County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Broome County Public Records?

Under the NYFIL, public records are information stored, kept, used, or created by a state agency. Public records take multiple forms, including maps, folders, files, books, pamphlets, computer disks, rules, or codes. However, not all records are open to the public. Certain records may be exempt from disclosure per federal law, state law, or court order. Some records that are exempt from disclosure include:

  • Records where disclosure will warrant an unnecessary invasion of personal privacy
  • Law enforcement records whose disclosure will jeopardize existing investigations or court cases
  • Records where disclosure could endanger the life and safety of a person

Broome County Crime Statistics

The Federal Bureau of Investigation publishes records of crimes in the state under its Uniform Crime Reporting program. In 2019 Broome County recorded 51 violent crimes and 486 property crimes. There were no murders, 22 instances of rape, and 18 aggravated assaults. The lowest recorded violent crime was robbery, with 11 cases. On the other hand, the lowest recorded property crime was arson with 1 case, while larceny-theft with 403 cases was the highest. The county also recorded 60 burglaries and 23 motor vehicle thefts within the same period.

Are Broome County Criminal Records Public?

Broome County Criminal Records are not accessible to all members of the public. Access is restricted to the owner of a record. Employers are not permitted to request a criminal history record for employment unless federal, state, or local law authorizes the request. An interested individual may conduct a personal criminal history search at the Division of Criminal Justice Services. Requesters will be required to pay a fee of $13.75 using a check, credit card, or money order.

How to Obtain Broome County Police Reports and Arrest Records?

Police reports and arrest records may be obtained through the Broome County Sheriff’s Office. Persons interested in Broome arrest records or police reports may visit the Sheriff’s Office in person at

Broome County Sheriff
Public Safety Facility
155 Lt. VanWinkle Drive
Binghamton, NY 13905

Alternatively, an interested person may file an online request form or submit a physical request form to the Sheriff’s Office in person or by mail.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Broome County

Information on sex offenders in Broome County may be obtained using the state-maintained registry. Interested persons may search the Public Registry of Sex Offenders maintained by the Division of Criminal Justice Services. Searches may be conducted by providing the last name, county, or zip code. Searchers may decide to exclude results from people incarcerated, in ICE custody, or in custody. The registry only contains records of offenders on levels 2 and 3. Information provided by the registry includes photos, names and aliases, home and work addresses, and other convictions that require registration.

How to Find Broome County Inmate Records

Inmates are held at the Broome County Sheriff's Correctional Facility. To find inmates at the facility using the inmate locator maintained by the New York State Commission of Correction. Alternatively, interested persons may visit the jail in person at

155 Lt. Vanwinkle Drive
Binghamton, NY 13905

Residents will be expected to provide as much information on the inmate as possible. This information could include the inmate’s full name, the date of incarceration, and the date of birth.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Broome County Jail?

Visitors to the Broome County Sheriff’s Correctional Facility are to follow the facility’s visitation schedule. Visits are only permitted on weekdays except for Broome County holidays. First-time visitors are required to complete a registration form. Visitors are expected to be at least 18 years old. Visitors below this age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who must present the minor’s birth certificate. Any visitor implanted with pacemakers should visit with a pacemaker identification form to skip the metal detector checks.

Court Records

Broome County courts consist of a Supreme Court, County Court, Family Court, Surrogate’s Court, City, and Town Courts. The Supreme Court is the highest in the county, and although it has general jurisdiction over criminal and civil matters, it only hears cases beyond the jurisdiction of the other courts. The County Courts also have jurisdiction over criminal and civil cases but only hear cases beyond the jurisdiction of the lower courts. Surrogate Courts handle decedent issues while the family court handles issues such as domestic violence. The jurisdiction of City Courts may vary between cities.

Location of Courts in Broome County

Broome County Supreme Court
92 Court Street, P.O. Box 1766
Binghamton, NY 13902
Phone: (607) 240-5800
Fax: (607) 240-5940

Broome County Court
65 Hawley Street, P.O. Box 1766
Binghamton, NY 13902
Phone: (607) 240-5800
Fax: (607) 240-5940

Broome County Family Court
65 Hawley Street, P.O. Box 1766
Binghamton, NY 13902
Phone: (607) 240-5799
Fax: (607) 240-5904

Broome County Surrogate’s Court
92 Court Street
P.O. Box 1766
Binghamton, NY 13902
Phone: (607) 240-5789

Binghamton City Court
Binghamton City Hall
38 Hawley Street
5th Floor
Binghamton, NY 13901
Phone: (607) 772-7006

Barker Town Court
151 Hyde Street
P.O. Box 66
Castle Creek, NY 13744
Phone: (607) 648-6961

Binghamton Town Court
279 Park Avenue
Binghamton, NY 13903
Phone: (607) 772-0357

Chenango Justice Court
1529 State Route 12
Binghamton, NY 13901
Phone: (607) 648-8603

Colesville Town Court
780 Welton Street
P.O. Box 166
Harpursville, NY 13787
Phone: (607) 693-1172

Conklin Town Court
1271 Conklin Road
P.O. Box 182
Conklin, NY 13748
Phone: (607) 775-5244

Deposit Town Court
531 Old Front Street
Binghamton, NY 13905
Phone: (607) 723-9403

Dickinson Town Court
531 Old Front Street
Binghamton, NY 13905
Phone: (607) 723-9403
Fax: (607) 723-3530

Endicott Justice Court
225 Jefferson Avenue
Endicott, NY 13760
Fax: (607) 240-5392

Fenton Justice Court
44 Park Street
Port Crane, NY 13833
Phone: (607) 648-4801

Johnson City Village Court
George Korutz Justice Building
31 Avenue C, Suite 2
Johnson City, NY 13790
Phone: (607) 798-0002

Kirkwood Town Court
70 Crescent Drive
Kirkwood, NY 13795
Phone: (607) 775-2653

Lisle Town Court
P.O. Box 247
Lisle, NY 13797
Phone: (607) 849-4685

Maine Town Court
12 Lewis Street
P.O. Box 141
Maine, NY 13802
Phone: (607) 862-3427

Nanticoke Justice Court
766 Cherry Valley Road
P.O. Box 71
Glen Aubrey, NY 13777
Phone: (607) 692-4041

Sanford Town Court
18 Church Street
Deposit, NY 13754
Phone: (607) 467-2516

Triangle Town Court
2612 Liberty Street
P.O. Box 289
Whitney Point, NY 13862
Phone: (607) 692-7013

Union Justice Court
George Korutz Justice Building
31 Avenue C
Suite 3
Johnson City, NY 13790

Vestal Town Court
605 Vestal Parkway West
Vestal, NY 13850
Phone: (607) 748-1514

Windsor Town Court
124 Main Street
Windsor, NY 13865
Phone: (607) 655-4106

Are Broome County Court Records Public?

Broome County court records are generally open to the public. Interested persons may access court records and other information on cases before any of the courts in the county. However, not all records are accessible to the public. Certain Broome court records, such as juvenile case records, may be restricted by law or the court.

How to Obtain Broome County Civil Court Case Records

Court records in Broome County are maintained by the Broome County clerk. Broome County civil court case records may be obtained online using the IQS search portal. Interested persons will be required to login into a pre-existing account or as a guest to use this portal. Parties may search by providing the party names, search date, document description, town, and document group. Interested persons should select civil courts under the document group to access civil case records.

Residents may also obtain civil court case records by visiting the court where the case was tried or the county clerk’s office at

Broome County Office Building
Third Floor
60 Hawley Street
P.O. Box 2062
Binghamton, NY 13902

How to Obtain Broome County Criminal Court Records

Broome County criminal case records may also be found online using the IQS search portal. Users should log in with an existing account or as a guest. Filter searches by providing the names of the parties, search date, document group, document description, town, book, and instrument. Find criminal case records by narrowing the search to criminal courts under the document groups section.

Also, Broome County criminal case records may be obtained by visiting the trial courthouse or the county clerk in person at

Broome County Office Building
Third Floor
60 Hawley Street
P.O. Box 2062
Binghamton, NY 13902

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

What are Broome County Vital Records?

Broome County vital records are records of important life events maintained by the government. Records include births, deaths, marriages, and divorces and are available to interested persons through the county and state machinery.

Where and How to Obtain Broome County Divorce Records

Broome County divorce records are not accessible to all members of the public. Only parties to the divorce or individuals with a valid court order may be permitted to obtain the record. The Broome County clerk maintains a record of divorce decrees prepared within the county. The divorce decree is a court document that details the terms and conditions of the divorce. Interested persons may obtain the divorce decree by contacting the Broome County clerk via mail, email, or over the phone. Parties may also visit the clerk’s office in person on weekdays between 8 00 a.m. and 5 00 p.m. at

Broome County Office Building
60 Hawley Street, 3rd Floor
P.O. Box 2062
Binghamton, NY 13902-2062
Phone: 607.778.2451
Email: clerkinfo@broomecounty.us

The New York State Department of Health (NYSDH) provides certificates for divorces that occurred since 1963. Applications must be accompanied by a valid photo ID or a utility or telephone bill showing the applicant’s name and address. A completed application form may be sent to the NYSDH by mail or taken in person to the department. Mail requests should be sent to

New York State Department of Health
Vital Records Certification Unit
P.O. Box 2602
Albany, NY 12220-2602

Note that walk-in requests will cost $45 while email requests cost $30.

Where and How to Get Public Broome County Marriage Records

Broome County Marriage records are not open to the general public. Interested persons must be parties to the marriage, have a court order, or have a documented judicial purpose for requesting the record. Eligible persons may obtain the certificate from the city or town clerk where the license was issued or from the New York State Department of Health. To obtain the marriage certificate from the Department of Health, make an in-person request or mail a completed request form to

New York State Department of Health
Vital Records Certification Unit
P.O. Box 2602
Albany, NY 12220-2602

Mail requests cost $30 payable via money order, personal check, or certified check. In-person requests cost $45, payable by cash, money order, or check.

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Broome County

Access to marriage records in Broome County is restricted to only eligible persons. The state does not recognize confidential marriages. Eligible persons may obtain the certificate from the city or town clerk where the license was issued or from the New York State Department of Health. To obtain the marriage certificate from the Department of Health, make an in-person request or mail a completed request form to

New York State Department of Health
Vital Records Certification Unit
P.O. Box 2602
Albany, NY 12220-2602

Where and How to Find Broome County Birth Records

Broome County birth records can only be accessed by the person named on the record, a parent of the registrant if also named on the record or a person with a New York State court order. Eligible persons may obtain the birth certificate from the New York State Department of Health, after presenting a valid photo ID or utility bill.

Birth certificates may be obtained by mail or in person. To order, complete a birth certificate request form and mail it to

New York State Department of Health
Vital Records Certification Unit
P.O. Box 2602
Albany, NY 12220-2602

Birth certificates cost $30 for mail requests and $45 for in-person requests.

Where and How to Find Broome County Death Records

Broome County Death records are available at the New York State Department of Health. Eligible persons include:

  • The spouse of the deceased
  • The children of the deceased
  • Parents of the deceased
  • Siblings of the deceased
  • Persons with a documented lawful claim or right
  • Persons with a documented medical need
  • Persons with a New York State court order

To obtain a death record interested persons may visit the health department in person or send a completed death record request form to

New York State Department of Health
Vital Records Certification Unit
P.O. Box 2602
Albany, NY 12220-2602