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Richmond County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Arrest Records

The New York Division of Criminal Justice Services (NYS DCJS) provides adult arrest records for all of the counties in the state, including records that cover up to the most complete year, 2017. Richmond County has arrest records available online and available for download. These records provide a detailed breakdown of felony and misdemeanor arrests in the county. The NYS DCJS also provides a 10-year trend data of parolee and probationer arrests in Richmond County.

The NYS DCJS also collates juvenile arrest records for those between ages 16 and 17 in all counties. They offer both five year records for 2013 to 2017, and a statewide juvenile arrest record, which details the months between January and June in 2018.

Total Crime

Richmond County recorded a total of 5,969 crimes in 2017. Out of these 1,451 were violent crimes while 4,518 fell under property crimes. The most frequent violent crime was aggravated assault with 1,020 incidents. In the same period, there were 328 robberies, 90 rapes, and 13 murders. Larceny recorded the most arrests for property crimes with 3,883 cases. There were 401 burglaries and 234 motor vehicle thefts. Crime trends in Richmond County over the last five-years reveal that overall reported cases fell by 12%. Detailed breakdown shows a reduction in robbery (38%), aggravated assault (7%), larceny (17%), and burglary (40%). However, murder (86%), rape (181%), and motor vehicle theft (4%) rose over the last 5 years.

Most Dangerous Areas

The 120th precinct (located at 76 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, and serves Sunnyside, West Brighton, Livingston, Randall Manor, New Brighton, St. George, Ward Hill, Stapleton, Clifton, Silver Lake, Grymes Hill, Fox Hills, Shore Acres, and Rosebank) was the most dangerous precinct in Richmond County. It recorded 846 crimes in 2017 and has 760 cases as of October 2018. The 121st precinct (located at 970 Richmond Avenue, Staten Island, and serves Esterleigh, Port Richmond, Mariner's Harbor, Elm Park, Port Ivory, Chelsea, and Bloomfield) comes second with 674 cases in all of 2017 and 600 crimes between January 1 and October 14, 2018.

Offense20132014201520162017
Murder715142113
Rape3231949990
Robbery526417456422328
Aggraavated
Assault
1,0931,0881,0871,0471,020
Violent
Crime Total
1,6581,5511,6511,5891,451
Burglary669589557488401
Larceny4,6814,5054,0383,9893,883
Motor Vhicle
Theft
226220219247234
Property
Crime Total
5,5765,3144,8144,7244,518
Index
Crime Total
7,2346,8656,4656,3135,969
NYS DCJS

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Criminal Records

Criminal records for Richmond County can be found online while relevant officials are available at (718) 675-7700. Alternatively, interested parties may use the website of the New York State Unified Court System. They will be directed to submit request forms directly to the county clerk of the Richmond County. Applicable fees vary depending on the types of records sought. The CPLR § 8019(f) provision of the Judiciary Law stipulates that there are specific fees that a county clerk may charge for copying and certifying records, and a court clerk similarly may charge the same fees to copy and certify court records. Using the New York Statewide Criminal History Record Search (CHRS) attracts a fee of $65. Those using this service may submit request forms online or download CHRS application forms and send them by mail to Criminal History Record Search, NYS Office of Court Administration, Office of Administrative Services.

Criminal History Record Search, 25 Beaver Street (Room 840 - Front Desk), New York, NY 10004. Applications can also be hand-delivered to the address between 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. from Monday to Friday.

Sex Offenders

Sex offender registry information for the entire state is available on the website of the New York Division of Criminal Justice Services. Search the registry by searching by name, county, or zip code. To get a list of sex offenders in Richmond County, simply select it in the drop-down list of New York counties. The search tool also allows visitors to exclude offenders in police custody, in ICE custody, and in prison.

Inmate Records

To request for inmate records for the county, visit the website of the New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision. Use the inmate lookup/locator tool to find individual inmates. For other inmate records for Richmond County, fill the Open FOIL NY form. It’s also possible to send a completed FOIL (Freedom of Information Law) request form by email. Alternatively, submit the request form at this address: FOIL Unit, Office of Counsel, NYS Department of Corrections and Community Supervision, Building 2, 1220 Washington Ave, Albany, New York 12226-2050.

Court Records

Property records for Staten Island are available at the Office of the Richmond County Clerk. It is located on the 2nd floor of 130 Stuyvesant Place, Staten Island. The office remains open between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. from Monday to Friday. Property records are kept on the 2nd floor of the building while court records are on the first floor. Visitors looking for Richmond County Supreme Court case records can find them in the basement.