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Delaware County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Delaware County Arrest Records?

Delaware County arrest records are county-generated files with all the necessary information about a person's arrest history. An arrest record in Delaware County will include a history of questionings, apprehension, indictment, and detention of the subject. All local law enforcement agencies generate arrest information strictly for arrests that occurred in the county area.

Arrest records are open records and are available at the Delaware County Sheriff Office, which serves as the principal law enforcement agency in the county. Delaware County Arrest records typically describe the

  • Arrestee's full name.
  • Date of birth, race, age.
  • Body descriptions such as hair color, skin color, body weight, height.
  • Details of the arrest include the date, time, location of arrest, the arresting agency, the officer who supervised the arrest, and details of the alleged crime.
  • Crime status (pending or dismissed charges)
  • The corrections facility housing the arrested individual.

Crime Statistics

The Division of Criminal Justice Services compiles and publishes crime data for Delaware County. According to the statistical reports for 2018, the index total for the county was 583. Local law enforcement agencies reported 75 violent crimes and 508 property crimes in the same span. There was one murder, 31 rapes, three robberies, 40 aggravated assaults, 91 burglaries, 401 larceny, and 16 motor vehicle thefts. The index crime rate was 1,355.8 crime per 100,000 persons. The violent crime rate was 174.4 crimes per 100,000 population, while the property crime rate was 1,181.4 crimes per 100,000 population. The county recorded a decrease in its crime rate from the previous year (1169.4 crimes per 100,000 population)

The probability of becoming a victim of crime is lower in Delaware County than in most other counties in the State of New York. The state reported an average violent crime rate of 350.5 and a property crime rate of 1440.5 per 100,000 people in the same year.

What are Delaware County Criminal Records?

Delaware County criminal records provide detailed information on all crimes committed by anyone in the county area. All local law enforcement agencies generate criminal records. Criminal records are not the same as arrest records. Criminal records are open records under state laws, meaning anyone can request access to them. In New York, the record keeper has no right to deny records requests unless records are not available. In such exceptions, the record-keeper must give reasons for request delay or denial.

Available information on criminal records include

  • The subject's full name and aliases
  • Race, age, gender, date of birth, and a passport photograph)
  • Bodyweight, height, and skin color)
  • Complete fingerprints
  • Details of all indictments
  • Arrest history
  • Details of all crime convictions

How Do I Get Delaware County Criminal Records?

To access criminal records, record seekers should contact the Delaware County Sheriff's Office via phone or in person. Requesters may visit the Sheriff's office at;

280, Phoebe Lane
Suite One
Delhi, NY, 13753
TelePhone: (607) 832-5555
Fax: (607) 832-6051

For easy records search, the record-keeper may request details such as the full name of the individual. Local agencies such as trial courts, corrections facilities, and city law enforcement agencies issue criminal records on request. Most city and village jurisdictions only have criminal records of events that occurred in the area. Anyone can request as many criminal records as are available.

How to Find Delaware County Sex Offender Information

The New York Sex Offender Registry has information on registered sex offenders in Delaware County and is accessible to all. The state law mandates the Division of Criminal Justice Service (DCJS) to publish and update the Level 2 and 3 sex offender database. Registered sex offenders include Level 1 or low-risk, Level 2 or moderate-risk, and Level 3 or high-risk sex offenders, and the risk of reoffending in the basis for this classification. Only level 2 and 3 sex offender information are available online under the New York Sex Offender Act. Level 1 sex offender information is obtainable at the Delaware County Sheriff's Office. The County Sheriff determines the kind of Level 1 sex offender information to release as supported by law. The DCJS allows people to subscribe to free sex offender alerts. This development encourages county residents to monitor sex offender movements for safety and security. Residents may utilize either mail, phone, or fax alerts.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Delaware County Jail?

Anyone who wants to pay a visit to an inmate detained in the Delaware County Correctional Facility should arrive at the facility 30 minutes before the appointment. Visitors with medical conditions and need assistance with entering the facility should contact the jail's shift supervisor on (607) 832-5863 at least 15 minutes before the scheduled time.

The allotted period for each visit is 30 minutes. The jail's visitation schedule is by the housing unit. Visiting days are

  • 8:00 a.m. up until 9:00 a.m on Saturday and Sunday 12:15 p.m. up until 1:15 p.m. for Housing Unit A
  • Saturdays, from 12:15 p.m. up until 1:15 p.m. and Sundays, from 8:00 a.m. up until 9:00 a.m. for Housing Unit B
  • Saturdays, from 9:30 a.m. till 10:30 a.m. and Sunday between 2:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. for Housing Unit C
  • Saturdays, from 2:00 p.m. up until 3:00 p.m. and Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. for Housing Unit D

The Delaware County Detention Center is at;

280, Phoebe Lane
Suite One
Delhi, NY, 13753

Visitation rules and regulations are available on the jail inmate handbook.

Where and How to Find Delaware County Inmate Information

The State Commission of Correction inmate locator is an online platform that helps people confirm the detention facility housing each inmate. Anyone seeking to locate an inmate should input the first and (or) last name of the inmate on the provided search tool. Upon confirmation of the inmate's identity, the record seeker can then view the inmate's profile for other available information.

On the inmate's profile, one will find the inmate's

  • First, last name, and alias
  • Age
  • Gender
  • Race
  • Physical descriptions
  • Home address
  • Booking number
  • Crime descriptions
  • Special Order Number

For security reasons, the Division of Criminal Justice does not publish specific information (most notably, court information). Anyone in need of such should contact the inmate's attorney.

What are Delaware County Court Records?

Delaware County classifies any document generated by a court located in the county as court records. Statewide, many court records are considered public and are thereby available for inspection. Courts may, however, seal specific files that contain sensitive information.

The officer in charge of maintaining court records is the Delaware County Clerk of Courts. Per New York's public records law, the Clerk should grant easy access to court records that are not sealed by law.

Any person seeking to inspect court records should do so via the search tool on the Clerk of Court's website or by visiting the office in person at;

3, Court Street
Delhi, NY, 13753
Phone: (607) 376-5400
Fax: (646) 963-6402

Location of Courts in Delaware County

Delaware County Supreme Court
3, Court Street
Delhi, NY, 13753
Phone: (607) 376-5400
Fax: (646) 963-6402

Delaware County Court
3, Court Street
Delhi, NY, 13753
Phone: (607) 376-5400
Fax: (646) 963-6402

Delaware County Family Court
3, Court Street
Delhi, NY, 13753
Phone: (607) 376-5410
Fax: (646) 963-6400

Delaware County Surrogate's Court
3, Court Street
Delhi, NY, 13753
Phone: (607) 376-5405
Fax: (646) 963-6403

Andes Town Court
P.O. Box 335
Andes, NY, 13731
Phone: (845) 676-3550

Bovina Town Court
P.O. Box 1
Bovina Center, NY, 13740
Phone: (607) 832-4500

Colchester Town Court
72, Tannery Road
P.O. Box 464
Downsville, NY, 13755
Phone 1: (607) 363-7928
Phone 2: (607) 498-5774
Fax: (607) 363-7779

Davenport Town Court
11790, State Highway 23
P.O. Box 131
Davenport Center, NY, 13751
Phone: (607) 278-5105

Delhi Town Court
5, Elm Street
Delhi, NY, 13753
Phone: (607) 746-7278
Fax: (607) 746-2983

Deposit Town Court
3, Elm Street
Deposit, NY, 13754
Phone: (607) 467-3233
Fax: (607) 467-1328

Deposit Village Court
146, Front Street
Deposit, NY, 13754
Phone: (607) 467-4240
Fax: (607) 467-3002

Franklin Town Court
554, Main Street
P.O. Box 941
Franklin, NY, 13775
Phone: (607) 829-3431

Hamden Town Court
P.O. Box 37
Hamden, NY, 13782
Phone: (607) 746-6660
Fax: (607) 746-2405

Hancock Town Court
661, West Main Street
Hancock, NY, 13783
Phone: (607) 637-3650
Fax: (607) 637-4617

Hancock Village Court
85, East Front Street
Hancock, NY, 13783
Phone: (607) 637-5789
Fax: (607) 637-3698

Harpersfield Town Court
25399, State Highway 23
Harpersfield, NY, 13786
Phone: (607) 652-5060
Fax: (607) 652-5060

Kortright Town Court
51702, State Highway 10
P.O. Box 6
Bloomville, NY, 13739
Phone: (607) 538-9319
Fax: (607) 538-9313

Masonville Town Court
1890, State Highway 206
P.O. Box 63
Masonville, NY, 13804
Phone: (607) 265-4010 ext. 1

Meredith Town Court
4247, Turnpike Road
P.O. Box 116
Meridale, NY, 13806
Phone: (607) 746-3717
Fax: (607) 746-8544

Middletown Town Court
42339, State Highway 28
P.O. Box 552
Margaretville, NY, 12455
Phone: (845) 586-2575
Fax: (845) 586-2577

Roxbury Justice Court
Grand Gorge Civic Center
60991, State Highway 30
P.O. Box 381
Grand Gorge, NY, 12434
Phone: (607) 588-7507
Fax: (607) 588-7589

Sidney Town Court
44, Grand Street
Suite 2
Sidney, NY, 13838
Phone: (607) 561-9375

Sidney Village Court
21, Liberty Street
Sidney, NY, 13838
Phone: (607) 561-2308

Stamford Town Court
101, Maple Avenue
P.O. Box M
Hobart, NY, 13788
Phone: (607) 538-1825

Tompkins Town Court
148, Bridge Street
P.O. Box 78
Trout Creek, NY, 13847
Phone: (607) 865-4949
Fax: (607) 865-4949

Walton Town Court
129, North Street
Walton, NY, 13856
Phone: (607) 865-5182
Fax: (607) 865-4616

Walton Village Court
21, North Street
P.O. Box 27
Walton, NY, 13856
Phone: (607) 865-6150

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What are Delaware County Vital Records?

Delaware vital records are government documentation of significant events that occurred in the county. Examples of these records are birth, death, marriage, and divorce records. These records are open to qualified individuals only, as stated in The New York Consolidated Laws, Public Health Law.

All vital county records are available at the New York State Department of Health. Eligible persons can order copies of vital records online. Another possible option is to contact the department in person at;

Certification Unit
Vital Records Section (2nd Floor)
800, North Pearl Street
Menands, NY, 12204

All divorce decrees and divorce case settlements are pieces of information one will find on Delaware County divorce records. In Delaware, only divorce judgment decrees are available for public inspection. All other kinds of divorce information are available to either of the two divorced parties or their legal representatives.

Where and How to Get Delaware County Divorce Records

A divorcee can contact the New York State Department of Health for copies of divorce certificates. The office has divorce records as early as January 1963, and the fee for each copy is $30, as stated in New York Consolidated Laws, Public Health Law. Identity verification is compulsory since divorce records are sealed records. Therefore, the requester should submit a valid means of identification when placing an order online or visiting the office in person at;

Certification Unit
Vital Records Section (2nd Floor)
800, North Pearl Street
Menands, NY, 12204

For Delaware County residents, the Clerk of Courts has recent and earlier divorce records. The fee for each copy of a divorce certificate is $5, and the requester could pay in advance. The qualified party may order for copies of divorce records by contacting the Clerk at;

3, Court Street
Delhi, NY, 13753
Phone: (607) 376-5400
Fax: (646) 963-6402

Where and How to Get Delaware County Marriage Records

Any qualified individual seeking copies of Delaware County marriage records should contact the New York State Department of Health. A valid means of identification that tallies with the data on the marriage certificate is an essential requirement. Each copy costs $30, as mandated under the New York Consolidated Laws, Public Health Law. Eligibles may request records on the state's website or visit the office at;

Certification Unit
Vital Records Section (2nd Floor)
800, North Pearl Street
Menands, NY, 12204

Another option is to contact the city clerk in the city where the event occurred. City clerks charge copies of marriage records at different rates. The city clerk has limited copies of marriage records and may not have documents as early as 1881.

Where and How to Get Delaware County Birth Records

For Delaware County birth records, persons aged 18 and above can order certified copies at the New York State Department of Health. The department charges $30 per copy. Requesters from other countries should pay fees by check drawn on a U.S. bank or by international money order only. Nationals can place orders for birth certificates via the health department's website or contact the office in person at;

Certification Unit
Vital Records Section (2nd Floor)
800, North Pearl Street
Menands, NY, 12204

When placing an order, the requester should submit a valid means of identification that depicts the record's owner. Parents or close relatives who wish to obtain birth certificates for underaged individuals should provide proof of relationship. Pre-adoption birth certificates are also available for order.

Where and How to Get Delaware County Death Records

The New York State Department of Health issues death records since 1881. Each copy costs $30, and requesters can order for prints on the department's website or in person. The state office to contact is;

Certification Unit
Vital Records Section (2nd Floor)
800, North Pearl Street
Menands, NY, 12204

Death records are also available at the local registrar's office in the city where the event occurred.

For requests from the U.S., requesters should pay fees via personal check or money order. Anyone requesting death records from outside the U.S. can only make payments by international money order or by check drawn on a U.S. bank. The state office does not accept cash payments.