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Fulton County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Fulton County Arrest Records?

Fulton County arrest records comprise details of arrested alleged violators, which are kept and disseminated by the Fulton County Sheriff office. Arrest records are vital for use by the U.S. judicial system to mete out judgment.

Crime Statistics in Fulton County

The County of Fulton has its crime statistics analyzed annually by the Fulton County Sheriff Office and relayed to the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI). According to reports in 2017, Fulton County had 22 violent crimes, including 0 murder cases, eight rape cases, one robbery case, and 13 cases of aggravated assault. The county also had a total of 310 property crimes, including 42 burglary cases, 260 larceny-theft cases, and eight motor vehicle theft cases.

By weighing the crime data in 2017 and 2018, there was a decrease in violent crimes, with 25 cases while property crimes significantly reduced by a total of 201 cases. Also, the Fulton County Sheriff's Office reported a total of 120 registered sex offenders from their sex offender database.

What are Fulton County Criminal Records?

Criminal records are official documents containing information regarding wanted criminals, inmate rosters, and arrest records. Criminal records can be used for official purposes by federal entities such as courthouses and civilians for informational purposes. Criminal records are also popularly known as "rap sheets." It comprises all crime categories such as felonies, sex offenses, misdemeanors, and violations. Fulton County Sheriff's Office sustains Fulton County criminal records.

How Do I Get Fulton County Criminal Records?

The office of the Fulton County Sheriff maintains criminal records. Requestors can obtain criminal records for $.25 cost per page by filing a Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) Records Request. Information requested to obtain criminal records may include a phone number, full name, email, and record type. The completed form with a receipt of payment should be mailed to:

Office of the Sheriff
P.O. Box 20
2712 State Highway 29
Johnstown, New York 290S
Phone: (518) 736-1128

How to Find Fulton County Sex Offender Information

Fulton County sex offender information is preserved by the Sheriff's office and can be accessed online. On the Sex Offender List, mugshots are provided to easily identify perpetrators, as well as other key information such as an address, birth date, gender, and physical descriptions.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Fulton County Jail?

Convicts incarcerated in the Fulton County Jail are privileged to get two visits a week. However, visitors will have to be approved before they can visit the facility. Inmates that have spent 24 hours or less in the correctional facility can be visited without formal approval by contacting the Fulton County Jail on (518) 736-2198 to schedule a visit. Visits are an hour each, and the times depend on the housing unit where the inmate is held. For visitations, a valid photo I.D. is required. Only two adult visitors or an adult and a minor are permitted for every visit.

By order, every visitor is subject to an electronic search. No visitor is allowed to bring in any item during visitation. Further inquiries can be made to the Department of Corrections at:

County Complex
2710 State Highway 29
P.O. Box 20
Johnstown, NY 12095

Where and How to Find Fulton County Inmate Information

Fulton County inmate information is maintained by the Sheriff's office and is publicly accessible through the New York Jail Roster. Inmates can be located using their first and last names. Details provided may include charges, booking date, mugshots, release date, and case number.

What are Fulton County Court Records?

Documentations sourced from court activities involving civil or criminal cases in print, audio, or electronic format are court records. Although most court records are available to the public, many are confidential and require unique protocols for accessibility. Fulton County court records are maintained and obtained at the Fulton County Clerk located at:

County Office Building
223 W. Main Street
Johnstown, NY 12095

Location of All Courts in Fulton County

All courthouses in can Fulton County be found at the locations below:

Supreme Courts in Fulton County
Fulton County Supreme Court
223 West Main Street,
Johnstown, NY 12095
Phone: (518) 736-5662
Fax: (518) 762-5078

County Courts in Fulton County
Fulton County Court
223 West Main Street,
Johnstown, NY 12095
Phone: (518) 736-5662
Fax: (518) 762-5078

Family Courts in Fulton County
Fulton County Family Court
223 West Main Street,
Johnstown, NY 12095
Phone: (518) 762-3840
Fax: (518) 451-8745

Surrogate's Courts in Fulton County
Fulton County Surrogate's Court
223 West Main Street,
Johnstown, NY 12095
Phone: (518) 736-5697
Fax: (518) 762-6372

City Courts in Fulton County
Gloversville City Court
City Hall
Frontage Road,
Gloversville, NY 12078
Phone: (518) 773-4527
Fax: (518) 773-4599

Johnstown City Court
33-41 East Main Street,
Johnstown, NY 12095
Phone: (518) 762-0007
Fax: (518) 453-8651

Town Courts and Village Courts in Fulton County
Bleecker Town Court
P.O. Box 1043,
Gloversville, NY 12078
Phone: (518) 773-8786

Broadalbin Town Court
21 Broad Street,
Broadalbin, NY 12025
P.O. Box 626,
Broadalbin, NY 12025
Phone: (518) 883-5426
Fax: (518) 542-7875

Broadalbin Village Court
P.O. Box 6,
Broadalbin, NY 12025
Phone: (518) 557-7143

Caroga Town Court
1840 State Highway 10,
P.O. Box 328,
Caroga Lake, NY 12032
Phone: (518) 835-4211
Fax: (518) 835-2744

Ephratah Town Court
3782 State Highway 10,
Town Barn,
St. Johnsville, NY 13452
Phone: (518) 568-7333, (518) 568-5458, (518) 762-5688

Johnstown Town Court
2753 State Highway 29,
P.O. Box 88,
Johnstown, NY 12095
Phone: (518) 762-6904
Fax: (518) 736-1592

Mayfield Town Court
75 North Main Street,
P.O. Box 308,
Mayfield, NY 12117
Phone: (518) 661-5254
Fax: (518) 661-7748

Northampton Town Court
412 South Main Street,
P.O. Box 479,
Northville, NY 12134
Phone: (518) 863-6921, (518) 863-8791, (518) 863-2468

Oppenheim Town Court
110 State Highway 331,
Saint Johnsville, NY 13452
Phone: (518) 568-3122, (518) 568-2181, (518) 568-2837

Perth Justice Court
1849 County Highway 107,
Amsterdam, NY 12010
Phone: (518) 843-6977
Fax: (518) 843-5317

Stratford Town Court
P.O. Box 218,
Stratford, NY 13470
Phone: (518) 429-3308
Fax: (518) 429-8326

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What are Fulton County Vital Records

Fulton County vital records are marks of milestones in a person's life, including marriage, divorce, birth, and death records. The New York State Department of Health oversees vital records in the state of New York. Hence, all vital records requests for Fulton County should be made to the Department of Health.

Where and How to Get Fulton County Divorce Records

Fulton County divorce certificates are managed and disseminated by the New York State Department of Health. A $45.00 fee is charged, and requestors must fill a printable request form and present a copy of a government-issued I.D. To mail-in a query, applicants should complete the request form, attach of $30.00 payment receipt, and mail to:

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

Where and How to Get Fulton County Marriage Records

Fulton County marriage certificates are maintained by the New York State Department of Health. Although marriage records are public records, they can only be received by eligible individuals such as spouses, kin, or legal representatives of registrants. A valid I.D., utility, or telephone bills can suffice as requirements to get a marriage record. Requestors must also pay $45.00 for first copies when making walk-in and online orders, and the cost is $30.00 for extra copies. There is a $30.00 fee for mail orders that must be attached with a completed request form and sent to:

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

Where and How to Get Fulton County Birth Records

Fulton County birth records are kept and issued by the New York State Department of Health. Only the registrant or parents, child or legal guardian of the named person are qualified to receive the document. Photo identification such as driver's license and passport are required to complete half of the process. The concluding half involves completing a request form and paying the applicable fee. Fulton County birth records can be procured in-person or via mail to:

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

Where and How to Get Fulton County Death Records

The New York State Department of Health is the repository for Fulton County death records. The spouse, parent, child, or sibling are the only ones eligible to collect death certificates, and requests can be through walk-ins, mail, or online. To order by mail, submit a copy of a utility bill, telephone bill, or a valid photo I.D. alongside an appropriate payment receipt. A request form must be completed as well. The mailing address for Fulton County death certificates is:

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