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Cayuga County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Cayuga County Arrest Records?

Cayuga County arrest records are official documents created by the Cayuga County Police Department, showing details of arrests that occurred within the limits of the county. The department is also responsible for making arrest records available for public search. Similarly, in the state of New York, records of arrests and conviction, otherwise called rap sheets, are maintained and disseminated by the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS).

Crime Statistics

The Cayuga police department and Sheriff’s Office reports index crime that occurs within the boundaries of the county to the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services through the Uniform Crime Reporting and Incident-Based Reporting Programs. In 2018, a total of 1, 236 index crimes were reported in Cayuga County. Property crimes had a higher number of cases at 1,040, while total violent crimes reported were 196 for that year. Violent crimes incidences reported were 46 rapes, 30 robberies, 120 aggravated assaults, and no murder case was recorded. For property crimes, Cayuga County had 135 burglaries, 861 larcenies, and 44 motor vehicle thefts. The total reported index crimes for Cayuga County in 2014 were 1, 556. Compared to 2014, the county in 2018 had a reduced number of crimes by 20.5%. The reduction is attributed to the significant decline in incidences of burglaries and larcenies within the 5 years.

What are Cayuga County Criminal Records?

Criminal records in Cayuga County are official documents that contain details of crime activities/history of individuals in Cayuga County. An individual’s criminal record typically includes warrants, arrests, charges, sentences, and convictions. The information in criminal records are those generated by the Cayuga police department and the Sheriff’s office within the county. The Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) maintains and disseminates Cayuga County criminal records.

How Do I Get Cayuga County Criminal Records?

Requests for Cayuga County criminal records are processed by the New York Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS). To request a criminal record, book a date to have fingerprints taken at Identogo and ensure to hold a valid identification on the agreed date. Contact Identogo on (877) 472-6915 ahead of the appointment to confirm the acceptable form of identification. This enrollment process costs $63.50, payable by checks, money orders, and credit cards.

After forwarding the request, the Division of Criminal Justice Services processes the record within 7 to 10 business days from receiving fingerprints. The requested criminal record is then sent via surface mail by DCJS to the requester’s registered mailing address. Contact the Division further questions on this process by mail at:

Division of Criminal Justice Services
80 South Swan Street, 5th Floor
Albany, NY 12210

How to Find Cayuga County Sex Offender Information

Cayuga sex offender information can be found using the sex offender registry. Residents can conduct searches using either the offender’s last name or county (Cayuga). This online directory contains information such as full names, photos, and home addresses, among others, of registered sex offenders.

The New York State Sex offender Registration Act (SORA), was enacted to ensure the registration of individuals convicted of sex offenses in the entire state, including those of Cayuga County. The Division of Criminal Justice Services is the office charged with the responsibility of maintaining the New York state sex offender registry.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Cayuga County Jail?

Visitations at Cayuga County jail are allowed on Mondays through Fridays between 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., and Fridays through Saturdays between 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Requesters should ensure to arrive at least 15 minutes to the scheduled time. Visiting an inmate at the facility are in 2 forms:

  1. Scheduled Visit: Schedule a visit to an inmate at Cayuga County jail by calling ahead on (315) 253-2922.
  2. Walk-in Visit: Visit the Cayuga County jail unannounced but ensure to arrive 30 minutes before the actual time planned.

The Cayuga County jail is a medium-security prison facility managed by the County Sheriff’s office and located at:

Cayuga County Jail
7445 County House Road
Auburn, NY 13021

When visiting the facility, wear proper clothing, and ensure to hold a valid government-issued ID.

Where and How to Find Cayuga County Inmate Information

The New York Department of Correction oversees an online inmate locator that allows public search of inmates from all counties in New York state. To obtain Cayuga County inmate information, open the inmate lookup service, and search with either NYSI/Book and Case number or with the inmate name. The service provides information such as the location of NYC jail an inmate is detained and identity, among others.

What are Cayuga County Court Records?

Cayuga County court records are official documents generated from events of court trials and hearings that occurred within the limits of Cayuga County. These documents include pleadings, motions, allegations, sworn statements, and affidavits, among others. The Cayuga County Courts clerks have the responsibility of maintaining and disseminating court records to the public as and when required.

Location of All Courts in Cayuga County

The Cayuga County trial court system consists of Supreme Courts, County Courts, Family Courts, Surrogate’s Courts, City Courts, Town Courts, and Villages Courts. The physical addresses and contact information of Cayuga County Courts include:

Cayuga County Supreme Court
152 Genesee Street
Auburn, NY 13021
(315) 237-6450

Cayuga County Court
152 Genesee Street
Auburn, NY 13021
(315) 237-6450

Brutus Town Court
9021 North Seneca Street
Weedsport, NY 13166
(315) 834-6618

Cayuga County Family Court
157 Genesee Street
Auburn, NY 13021
(315) 237-6400

Auburn City Court
157 Genesee Street
Auburn, NY 13021
(315) 237-6420

Ira Town Court
2487 West Main Street
Cato, NY 13033
Phone: (315) 626-3500
Fax: (315) 626-3683

Montezuma Town Court
8102 Dock Street
Montezuma, NY 13117
(315) 776-9163

Cayuga County Surrogate's Court
152 Genesee Street
Auburn, NY 13021
(315) 237-6210

Aurelius Town Court
1241 West Genesee Street Road
Auburn, NY 13021
(315) 255-0065

Fleming Town Court
2433 Dublin Road, Auburn, NY 13021
(315) 252-1204

Port Byron Village Court
52 Utica Street
Port Byron, NY 13140
(315) 776-9692

Cato Town Court
11320 Shortcut Road
Cato, NY 13033
(315) 626-6904

Conquest Town Court
1289 Fuller Road,
Port Byron, NY 13140
(315) 776-6063

Genoa Town Court
1000 Bartnick Road
Genoa, NY 13071
(315) 364-6722

Ledyard Town Court
1099 Poplar Ridge Road
Aurora, NY 13026
(315) 364-5707

Locke Town Court
900 Main Street
Locke, NY 13092
(315) 497-2932

Meridian Village Court
11320 Shortcut Road
Cato, NY 13033
(315) 626-6904

Moravia Town Court
Village Justice Center
49 West Cayuga Street
Moravia, NY 13118
(315) 497-0968

Owasco Town Court
2 Bristol Avenue
Auburn, NY 13021
(315) 253-9021

Scipio Town Court
3705 State Route 34
Scipio Center, NY 13147
Phone: (315) 364-5325
Fax: (315) 364-6802

Mentz Town Court
14 Sponable Drive
Port Byron, NY 13140
(315) 776-992

Sempronius Town Court
2481 State Route 41A
Moravia, NY 13118
Phone: (315) 496-2376
Fax: (315) 496-2518

Sennett Town Court
Town Hall
6931 Cherry Street Road
Auburn, NY 13021
(315) 253-3712

Victory Town Court
1323 Town Barn Road
Red Creek, NY 13143
(315) 626-6964

Weedsport Village Court
8892 South Street
Weedsport, NY 13166
(315) 834-8634

Springport Town Court
859 State Route 326
Cayuga, NY 13034
(315) 889-5020

Sterling Town Court
1290 State Route 104A
Sterling, NY 13156
(315) 947-6602

Summerhill Town Court
13606 State Route 90
Locke, NY 13092
(315) 497-3496

Throop Town
7471 Robinson Road
Auburn, NY 13021
(315) 252-6998

Venice Town Court
2479 State Route 34
Venice Center, NY 13147
(315) 364-6875

Moravia Village Court
Village Justice Center
48 West Cayuga Street
Moravia, NY 13118
(315) 497-9295

Niles Town Court
5921 New Hope Road
Moravia, NY 13118
(315) 497-0066

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What are Cayuga County Vital Records?

Cayuga County Vital Records are official documents in the custody of government authorities that contain records of life events that occurred in Cayuga County. Vital records include birth, death, divorce, and marriage records. In Cayuga County, most vital records are maintained by the office of the clerk or registrar of the towns, villages, or cities within the County. While all towns in Cayuga County may not have some records for past events, the vital records division of the New York Department of Health is a repository to most Cayuga County vital records. Access to Cayuga County’s vital records is restricted and generally available to record owners or members of the immediate family.

Where and How to Get Cayuga County Divorce Records

Requesters can obtain Cayuga County divorce records from the office of the County Clerk of Court where the divorce occurred or from the vital statistics office of the New York State Department of Health. Divorce records are only accessible by either spouse or persons in possession of a New York State Court Order. A valid government-issued ID is required to order for one. The records are available at $30 for mail-in and $45 for in-person requests, payable via check, money order, or cash. Get a Cayuga County Divorce record by forwarding a completed Application to:

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

Where and How to Get Cayuga County Marriage Records

Cayuga County marriage records are available at the office of the town or city clerk that issued a marriage license. To obtain a marriage record, the requester must provide a valid Photo ID. Completed applications and mail request or appear in person to/at:

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

Obtaining a Cayuga marriage record costs $30 for mail and $45 for in-person orders. Payments may be done via cash, money order, or check.

Where and How to Get Cayuga County Birth Records

Cayuga County birth records may be obtained from the office of the county vital statistics registrar or at the New York State Department of Health. Cayuga County birth records are accessible by the record owners and parents whose names must be on the birth certificate. A requester must provide a valid government-issued ID to be able to access a Cayuga County birth record. Find a Cayuga County birth record by sending a completed application via mail to:

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

Ordering for a Cayuga County birth certificate costs $30 for mail-in and $45 for in-person requests via cash, checks, or money order.

Where and How to Get Cayuga County Death Records

Interested parties can obtain copies of a death record by contacting the office of the local registrar of vital statistics of the town where a death occurred. These records are accessible by the parents, spouse, children, or siblings of the deceased. Persons with documented medical needs, documented lawful claim/right, or a New York State Court Order may also be able to access Cayuga County death records. A valid government-issued ID is required of the requester to be able to obtain these records. It costs $30 to order a death record via mail and $45 for in-person requests, payable by cash, checks, or money order. Request for a Cayuga County death record by sending a filled Application to:

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