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Madison County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Madison County Arrest Records?

Arrest activity is documented in the Madison county arrest records. The Madison County Sheriff’s Office generates and manages arrest records in the county. It’s also responsible for the apprehension of offenders within the county area. Interested individuals may request arrest records from the office.

Crime Statistics

The state’s Division of Criminal Justice Services collates crime data from all county areas in the state and compiles them in an annual report. In 2018, an index total of 940 crimes was recorded in Madison county. It comprised of 134 violent crimes and 806 property crimes. Larceny offense was the most common property crime committed with 665 cases reported. 108 cases of burglary offense were reported and 33 cases of motor vehicle theft. Rape and aggravated assault were the most reported violent crimes with 64 cases each. Madison County also had one murder case and 5 cases of robbery reported, during the year 2018.

What are Madison County Criminal Records?

Madison County criminal records consist of documented criminal history and criminal activity within the county area. The Sheriff’s Office generates and manages local criminal records, while the Division of Criminal Justice Services handles the maintenance of criminal records in the state of New York. Members of the public may obtain criminal records from their custodians.

How Do I Get Madison County Criminal Records?

Madison county criminal records are managed and disseminated by the criminal division of the Sheriff’s Office. Interested individuals may request criminal records in-person or by sending a written request through the mail. Requests may be made out to:

138 N Court Street,
Building 7,
Wampsville, NY 13163
(315) 366-2318

Requestors are advised to check the fee schedule for charges that may apply. At the state level, the Division of Criminal Justice Services manages New York State criminal records.

How to Find Madison County Sex Offender Information

Following the New York State Sex Offender Registration Act (SORA), convicted sex offenders are required to register with the Division of Criminal Justice Services or any local law enforcement agency in the state. The DCJS hosts an online search registry that members of the public may retrieve sex offender information from. Information required to facilitate search includes the name of offenders, zip code, and incarceration status. To obtain sex offender information in Madison county, interested individuals may choose Madison county among the list of counties to modify the result.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Madison County Jail?

Visitors to Madison County Jail are required to follow a set of rules to visit incarcerated inmates in the county jail. The visitation days are on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays and the time allowed is from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on all visitation days. All visitors are required to provide a government-issued identity document before they can see inmates. Visitors under 18 are only allowed if they are accompanied by a custodial parent or legal guardian.

Madison County Jail is managed by the Sheriff’s Office. The county jail is located at:

138 N Court Street,
Building 7,
Wampsville, NY 13163
(315) 366-2300

A limit of 2 visitors is allowed to see an inmate but two children, aged 5 and below, may accompany an adult. Visitors are expected to abide by a dress code that prohibits revealing clothing, head wears or jackets, hooded sweatshirts or sweaters, outfits with removable metal items, and all visitors must put on shoes. All visitors will be required to go through a metal detector and items not cleared will be prohibited from the visiting area.

Where and How to Find Madison County Inmate Information

The Sheriff’s Office manages inmate information within the Madison county area. Inmate information may be obtained from the online search tool. Interested individuals may search for inmate information by their names or inmate number.

What are Madison County Court Records?

Madison County court records are used in court proceedings within the Madison county area. The Office of the County Clerk is responsible for keeping and disseminating court records in Madison county. Interested members of the public may obtain court records from the clerk’s office. Requests for court records may be done in-person or through an application sent via U.S mail. Requests may be made to:

County Clerk
138, N Court Street,
Building 4,
Wampsville, NY 13163.
(315)366-2261

Fees may be charged for requests, following the clerk’s office fee schedule. The clerk’s office also hosts an online search tool to retrieve documents managed by the clerk.

Location of All Courts in Madison County

Madison County Supreme Court
Madison County Courthouse
138 North Court Street,
P.O. Box 545,
Wampsville, NY 13163
(315) 231-5301

Madison County Court
138 North Court Street,
P.O. Box 545,
Wampsville, NY 13163
(315) 231-5301

Madison County Family Court
138 North Court Street,
P.O. Box 607,
Wampsville, NY 13163
(315) 231-5310

Madison County Surrogate’s Court
138 North Court Street,
P.O. Box 607,
Wampsville, NY 13163
(315) 231-5321

Oneida City Court
108 Main Street,
Oneida, NY 13421
(315) 266-4740

Brookfield Town Court
10535 Main Street,
P.O. Box 103,
Brookfield, NY 13314
(315) 899-5856

Canastota Village Court
205 South Peterboro Street,
Canastota, NY 13032.
(315) 697-9410

Cazenovia Town Court
90 Albany Street,
Cazenovia, NY 13035.
(315) 655-9213 ext. 7 (Justice Moore)
(315) 662-3169 (Justice Palmer)

Cazenovia Village Court
90 Albany Street,
Cazenovia, NY 13035
(315) 655-4011

Chittenango Village Court
222 Genesee Street,
Chittenango, NY 13037.
(315) 687-3937

DeRuyter Town Court
Genevieve D. Staley Civic Center
735 Utica Street,
P.O. Box 384,
DeRuyter, NY 13052
(315) 367-1356 (Judge VanNordstrand)
(315) 367-1357 (Judge Fox)

Eaton Town Court
35 Cedar St,
P.O. Box 66,
Morrisville, NY 13408
(315) 684-3154

Fenner Town Court
3151 Fenner East Road,
Cazenovia, NY 13035
(315) 655-2062

Georgetown Town Court
995 State Route 26,
Georgetown, NY 13072
(315) 837-4226

Hamilton Town Court
60 Montgomery Street,
Hamilton, NY 13346
(315) 824-3508

Hamilton Village Court
60 Montgomery Street,
Hamilton, NY 13346
(315) 824-3508

Lebanon Town Court
1210 Bradley Brook Road,
Earlville, NY 13332
(315) 837-4844

Lenox Town Court
205 South Peterboro Street,
Canastota, NY 13032
(315) 697-9410

Lincoln Town Court
3849 Timmerman Road,
Canastota, NY 13032
(315) 697-8830

Madison Town Court
7358 State Route 20,
P.O. Box 42,
Madison, NY 13402
(315) 893-7544

Morrisville Village Justice Court
35 Cedar Street,
P.O. Box 66,
Morrisville, NY 13408
(315) 684-3154

Nelson Town Court
4085 Nelson Road,
Cazenovia, NY 13035
(315) 655-8582

Smithfield Town Court
5255 Pleasant Valley Road,
Peterboro, NY 13134
(315) 684-7929

Stockbridge Town Court
P.O. Box 143,
Munnsville, NY 13409
(315) 495-2586

Sullivan Town Court
7507 Lakeport Road,
Chittenango, NY 13037
(315) 687-3347 (Justice Button)
(315) 510-3674 (Justice St. Leger)

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What are Madison County Vital Records

The Vital Records division of the New York Department of Health is responsible for the generation and management of vital records state-wide. Vital records document significant life experiences such as birth, marriage, divorce, and death. Interested persons may obtain vital records if they are eligible. Madison county’s vital records are kept and managed by the City, Town, and Village Clerks, where the event occurred. The office of the County Clerk also maintains some vital records within the county area. Requests for vital records may be made in-person or via the mail.

Where and How to Get Madison County Divorce Records

Madison county divorce records are managed and disseminated by the County Clerk. Divorce records may be requested from the County Courthouse. Interested individuals may put in requests in-person or via the U.S mail to the address:

County Clerk
138, N Court Street,
Building 4,
P.O. Box 545
Wampsville, NY 13163.
(315) 366-2261

Charges may apply according to the clerk’s office fee schedule.

Where and How to Get Madison County Marriage Records

Madison county marriage records are primarily generated and maintained by the Madison town and village clerks, depending on where the marriage took place. Interested persons may obtain records in-person or by writing a request sent through U.S mail. Requests may be made to the addresses of the clerks:

Madison Town Clerk
Tracy McClain
7358 State Route 20
Madison, NY 13402
(315) 893-7544

Madison Village Clerk
Douglas Bush
7358 US Route 20
P.O. Box 333
Madison, NY 13402
(315) 893-1894

Where and How to Get Madison County Birth Records

Birth records in Madison County may be obtained from the town or village clerks, where the event took place, within the county area. Access to birth records in the state of New York is limited to the person with names on the certificate and their family members. A government-issued identity document must be submitted by the requestor. Requests may be made in-person or via U.S mail to the addresses:

Madison Town Clerk
Tracy McClain
7358 State Route 20
Madison, NY 13402
(315) 893-7544

Madison Village Clerk
Douglas Bush
7358 US Route 20
P.O. Box 333
Madison, NY 13402
(315) 893-1894

At the state level, birth records may be ordered from the Vital Records division.

Where and How to Get Madison County Death Records

Madison county death records are generated and managed by the clerks of the village and town within the county boundaries. Eligibility to obtain death records is limited to the immediate family members of the deceased, persons with documented claims, and the state’s court orders. An acceptable identity document must be presented along with requests. The Vital Records division of the state’s health department also offers services to retrieve death records. Requests may be made out to:

Madison Town Clerk
Tracy McClain
7358 State Route 20
Madison, NY 13402
(315) 893-7544

Madison Village Clerk
Douglas Bush
7358 US Route 20
P.O. Box 333
Madison, NY 13402
(315) 893-1894