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Herkimer County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Crime Statistics

According to 2015 data, Herkimer county recorded 75 violent crimes and 680 property crimes (with some minor crimes not included). In that year, Herkimer county was rated 814th for property crimes.

Herkimer County Criminal Records

Criminal records in the state are handled by the New York State Criminal Justice Department.

The department processes these records using a search system based on Fingerprint. They are accessible to the subjects of the record and individuals who have “statutory right” only and they are arranged according to crime:

  • Murder
  • Rape,
  • Robbery,
  • Assault,
  • Burglary,
  • Grand larceny,
  • Auto theft.

In Herkimer County, the records can be accessed through the County Clerk’s office, the Sheriff’s Office and the Court where the case was heard. They are accessible to members of the public that make requests for them unless the record of interest is exempted or sealed by law. An inquirer may use the Court system to run a Criminal History Record Search (CHRS) using the subject’s name. All records are accessible on this portal as well, except exempted/sealed records. These records show:

  • The subject’s background data like
  • Full name and known aliases if any
  • Contact address and information
  • Gender
  • Race
  • Physical description including known scars and tattoos
  • Mugshots and fingerprints
  • Arrest information; date, location and time
  • Charges
  • Th Detention centre or jail
  • Convictions
  • Fines and bail paid
  • Sentence or jail time
  • The arresting officer(s) and agency
  • Damages involved

Additionally, the FBI maintains a database of all federal offences and criminal background checks. An investigator could contact the department directly for access to these records. Finally, an inquirer may look up an individual’s criminal records through the New York Department of Corrections and Community Supervision.

Sheriff department
320 North Main Street
Herkimer, NY 13350
Phone: Courthouse (315) 867-1167 Correctional Facility - (315) 867-1252
Fax: Courthouse - (315) 867-1354 Correctional Facility - (315) 867-1263

Herkimer County Clerk's Office
109 Mary St, Herkimer, NY 13350
(315) 867-1129

How to Find Herkimer County Sex Offender Information

The New York Division Of Criminal Justice Services is responsible for maintaining the New York Sex Offender Registry. The register is updated with information gathered from each county in the state. When sex offenders are released from prison, they are required to register with the Division of Criminal Justice Sevices, the register will then carry basic information about the offender including regular demographical data like name and contact information, address, physical description, employment information, offence, risk level and so on.

A sex offender’s risk level is usually determined by the sentencing court upon release. The court re-examines case details like number and age of victims, weapons used, relationship to the victim, etc. These details help the court’s assessment regarding if the offender is likely to repeat the offence or the level of danger the offender poses to the community. The court may assign one of the following three risk levels:

  • Level 1 ( which means there is low risk of the offender repeating the offence),
  • Level 2 (moderate risk of repeating the offence), and
  • Level 3 (high risk of repeating the offence and a potential threat to public safety).

These risk levels determine the type and amount of information to be released to the public and also affects the offender’s duration of registration. That is, Level 1 sex offenders are mandated to register for 20 years while Level 2 and Level 3 sex offenders are required to be registered for life.

Inquirers may search the database using the offender’s last name, county, zip code and custody status. It should be noted that only Level 2 and 3 offenders are included in the online database. The Inquirer must have the individual’s name, exact address, Social Security number/ License number and Date of birth available for confirmation.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Herkimer County Jail?

The county jail operations are supervised by the County Sheriff and it is located at;

Herkimer County Jail
Tom McGrail, Captain
Suite 2900
320 North Main Street
Herkimer, NY 13350-1949
TelePhone: (315) 867-1252
Fax: (315) 867-1263

Sheriff’s Department
320 North Main Street
Herkimer, NY 13350
Courthouse (315) 867-1167 Correctional Facility - (315) 867-1252
Courthouse - (315) 867-1354 Correctional Facility - (315) 867-1263

Where and How to Find Herkimer County Inmate Information

Inmate records are available at the Department of Corrections and Herkimer County Sheriff’s Office. The New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision is responsible for maintaining and storing all inmate records in the state. These records are kept online and are easily searchable with an inmate locator feature to allow members of the public conduct searches whenever they need to.

To conduct a search, the inquirer will need either or all of the following;

  • Name
  • Year of Birth
  • Document Identification Number(DIN) or New York State Identification Number (NYSID)

The results will show the inmate’s DIN, name, sex, date of birth, status, facility, and race.

Inmate records can also be accessible via the County Sheriff’s office and obtained in person, by phone, or by mail. The Inquirer may also search all county jails using the Commissioner of Correction Database.

New York Department of Corrections
Building Two
1220 Washington Ave.,
Albany, New York 12226-205
(518) 457-8182
Website: www.doccs.ny.gov

Sheriff and Jail
Herkimer County Sheriff's Office and Jail
320 North Main Street, Herkimer, NY 13350
Phone: (315) 867-1167 Fax: (315) 867-1354
Jail Phone: (315) 867-1252 Fax: (315) 867-1263

Herkimer County Court Records

New York courts create, store and maintain all court records in the state. These records can be obtained in person by visiting the Herkimer County Court that originally filed and heard the case or by visiting the New York Courts Centralized Website.

This website allows inquirers to search through public records, case records and request criminal records at a fee.

These court records include

  • Criminal court records- Filings for misdemeanours and felonies with trial papers, sentencing details, etc.
  • Civil court records- Domestic relation cases like marriages, divorces, custody and paternity lawsuits, etc.
  • Financial Court records- Corporate financial reports, liens, bankruptcies, tax issues, etc.
  • Other records- Warrants, traffic violations and tickets, etc.

In 2004, the state started moving court records online to make them accessible to the public while simultaneously protecting sensitive information by holding back sealed and exempted records. The Federal Government forbids the court from disseminating records with bank information, corporate trade secrets, children’s identity, social security numbers, etc.

The Herkimer County courts, including, the Supreme County, Family, and Surrogate Courts are all located at;

301 N. Washington Street,
Herkimer, NY 13350.
(315) 619-3400.

All Court locations in Herkimer County with city and town court locations as well.

Herkimer County Supreme Court
301 North Washington Street, Herkimer, NY 13350
Phone: (315) 619-3400
Fax: (315) 266-4683

Herkimer County Court
301 North Washington Street,
Herkimer, NY 13350
Phone: (315) 619-3400
Fax: (315) 266-4683

Herkimer County Family Court
301 North Washington Street, Suite 2501,
Herkimer, NY 13350
Phone: (315) 619-3400
Fax: (315) 266-4534

Herkimer County Surrogate's Court
301 North Washington Street,
Herkimer, NY 13350
Phone: (315) 619-3400
Fax: (315) 266-4696

Little Falls City Court
659 East Main Street,
Little Falls, NY 13365
Phone: (315) 619-3408
Fax: (315) 266-4711

Columbia Town Court
147 Columbia Center Road,
Ilion, NY 13357
Phone: (315) 866-1309

Danube Town Court
438 Creek Road, P.O. Box 543,
Little Falls, NY 13365
Phone: (315) 823-4210
Fax: (315) 823-3518

Fairfield Town Court
Corey Hall
3 South Main Street, P.O. Box 76,
Middleville, NY 13406
Phone: (315) 823-9399 (Justice)
Phone: (315) 891-7645 (Clerk)

Frankfort Town Court
201 3rd Avenue,
Frankfort, NY 13340
(315) 895-7267
(315) 894-0910

German Flatts Town Court
66 East Main Street, P.O. Box 57,
Mohawk, NY 13407
(315) 866-3571
(315) 866-9640

Herkimer Town Court
114 North Prospect Street,
Herkimer, NY 13350
(315) 866-1280

Herkimer Village Court
118 Green Street, Herkimer, NY 13350
(315) 866-0604
Ilion Village Justice Court
49 Morgan Street,
P.O. Box 270, Ilion, NY 13357
(315) 894-4175

Litchfield Town Court
804 Cedarville Road, Ilion,
NY 13357
(315) 725-3146

Little Falls Town Court
478 Flint Avenue Extension,
Little Falls, NY 13365
(315) 823-0025
(315) 823-0781

Manheim Town Court
6356 State Route 167, P.O. Box 32,
Dolgeville, NY 13329
(315) 429-9631 ext. 2
(315) 429-9109

Middleville Village Court
Corey Hall
3 South Main Street, P.O. Box 76,
Middleville, NY 13406
(315) 823-9399 (Justice)
(315) 891-7645 (Clerk)

Newport Town Court
2788 Newport Road, P.O. Box 494,
Newport, NY 13416
(315) 845-8938
(315) 845-8060

Norway Town Court
3013 Military Road,
Newport, NY 13416
(315) 845-8719

Ohio Town Court
234 Nellis Road, Ohio, NY 13324
(315) 826-7912 ext. 7
(315) 266-1323

Russia Town Court
8916 North Main Street,
P.O. Box 126, Poland, NY 13431
(315) 826-3432 ext. 6
(315) 826-3614

Salisbury Town Court
Salisbury Town Hall
State Route 29A and Mechanic Street,
P.O. Box 241, Salisbury Center, NY 13454
(315) 429-8581
(315) 429-3493

Schuyler Town Court
2090 State Route 5, Utica, NY 13502
(315) 733-1093

Stark Town Court
Physical: 703 Elwood Road,
Fort Plain, NY 13339
Mailing: P.O. Box 18,
Van Hornesville, NY 13475
(315) 858-0748

Warren Town Court
Town Hall: Route 167, P.O. Box 122,
Jordanville, NY 13361
Justice: 175 Little Lakes Road,
Richfield Springs, NY 13439
(315) 858-2586 (Town Hall)
(315) 858-1283 (Justice)

Webb Town Court
Town Hall
State Route 28, P.O. Box 157,
Old Forge, NY 13420
(315) 369-3321

Winfield Town Court
179 South Street, P.O. Box 308,
West Winfield, NY 13491
(315) 822-4555
(315) 822-7005

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

Herkimer County Vital Records

Herkimer County Vital Records of deaths, births, marriages and divorces are maintained by the New York Department of Health’s Vital Records Section. The department maintains these life events from 1881 to date.

The County Clerk is the primary custodian of these records in the county and thereby maintains records of the life events that occur in Herkimer County.

Birth, Death and Marriage Records
Herkimer County Clerk
109 Mary St., Suite 1111, Herkimer, NY 13350
(315) 867-1129

Vital Records Section
The public health department in Menands, New York
800 N Pearl St, Menands, NY 12204
Phone: (855) 322-1022

How to Find Herkimer County Divorce Records

The New York Department of Health provides a Certificate of Dissolution of Marriage for all divorces and annulments since 1963. Forms for the request must be printed and filled for presentation. Divorce records are of 2 types;

The Divorce decree which is usually prepared by the court, signed by the Judge and filed by the Herkimer County Clerk. It is usually filed in the county where the plaintiff resides and It carries information about the specifics of the divorce.

Only the Herkimer County Clerk will provide an inquirer with a divorce decree.

The Divorce Certificate however only contains primary information about the spouses, the time, day and location where the marriage ended. This can be provided by the State office and the County Clerk.

How to Find Herkimer County Death Records

Certified death records are only available to an authorized group of people. They include;

  • Spouse
  • Parents
  • Child of the subject of the record
  • People with a court order or documented legal right

The non-certified death records can only be open to the public 50 years after it has been filed. Forms for the request must be printed and filled for presentation.

Who Can Obtain Death Certificates?

Subject’s spouse, child, parent or sibling.

Other people who have, Court Order, documented lawful right or medical need.

If the inquirer is not an immediate family member or authorized to receive the certificate, he/she needs to document a lawful right or claim to access the records.

How to Find Herkimer County Marriage Records

Marriage records are available from the Herkimer County Clerk where the license was obtained. Forms for the request must be printed and filled for presentation. Certified marriage records are only available to the married couple and those with a court order or people with a judicial purpose. The non-certified copies can only be made public after both bride and groom are departed and 50 years after the record has been filed.

Who Can Obtain a Certified Marriage Record?

  • Either the bride or groom
  • People with a New York State Court Order or a documented judicial purpose

Every person who is neither the bride or groom requires a documented Judicial purpose.

How to Find Herkimer County Birth Records

The certified copies of these records are only available to the subject of the record, the subject’s named parents, spouse, children and others with a court order. Non-certified copies will be available to direct descendants or relatives like children, grandchildren and the general public after 75 years of filing the event or the departure of the record's subject.

Forms for the request must be printed and filled for presentation.

Who can obtain a copy of a birth certificate?

  • The subject of the record
  • A parent named on the certificate
  • The spouse, child or anyone with an order from a New York State Court.
  • The person named on the birth certificate.

Identification is always required to process an order and the following are acceptable forms of identification.

  • A valid photo-ID
  • Passport
  • Driver’s license
  • Non-driver photocard (must be state-issued)
  • Utility or telephone bill showing name and address
  • Letter from a government office.

NB: If an applicant is applying from a foreign country, he/she is expected to submit a copy of the US passport. All forms should be mailed to;

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