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Sullivan County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Sullivan County Public Records?

According to the New York FOIL, Sullivan County public records are produced, held, and kept by any government agency within the county. The county maintains the records as maps, photos, reports, microfilms, opinions, folders, files, statements, memoranda, pamphlets, forms, designs, papers, drawings, letters, and books. Sullivan County grants public access to records such as:

  • County budget records
  • Court records
  • Sex offender information
  • Historic records
  • Oath of office record

Sullivan County restricts access to the following records:

  • Certain aspects of law enforcement disciplinary records
  • Juvenile records
  • Vital records — can only be accessed by specific individuals
  • Law enforcement investigation records where disclosure would deny an individual right to a fair trial.

Sullivan County Crime Statistics

The Division of Criminal Justice Service (DCJS) in New York collates an annual index of crime reported. The data for Sullivan County is generated from crime reports from all law enforcement agencies within the county.

In 2020, the total crime recorded in the county was 847, with Larceny-theft having the most significant crime reported at 541 cases. Others crimes reported include 125 burglaries, 80 aggravated assaults, 45 rapes, 35 motor vehicle thefts, and robbers and murder crimes stood at 17 and 4 cases, respectively.

In 2016, the Sullivan County Police Department across the county reported 1,229 crimes within the county. Larceny-theft reportedly stood at 732 and burglaries at 265. Other crimes recorded were 102 aggravated assaults, 68 rape incidents, 35 motor vehicle thefts, 23 robberies, and four murders. Overall, Sullivan County recorded a decrease in crime index of 31.1% over the five years.

Are Sullivan County Criminal Records Public?

Sullivan County criminal records, commonly referred to as rap sheets, detail an individual's arrests and convictions. Only the record holder can access and request criminal records in New York. Parties interested can obtain their criminal history record from the New York DCJS; parties can also contact the Criminal Record Review Unit on (518) 457-9847 and (518) 485-7675. The DCJS charges a fee to obtain criminal history records.

How to Obtain Sullivan County Police Reports and Arrest Records

According to the New York FOIL, Sullivan County police reports and Sullivan County arrest records are publicly accessible. However, the Sheriff's department may redact some personal information such as medical history, home address, and credit card details from the record. Parties interested in obtaining a Sullivan County police report and arrest record can contact the Sheriff's Office located at:

Sullivan County Sheriff's Office
58 Old Route 17
Monticello, NY 12701
Phone: (845) 794-7100
Fax: (845) 786-2743

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Sullivan County

Searchers can obtain Sullivan County sex offender information online using the Search Public Sex Offender Registry. Searchers should have the surname, county, and zip code of the sex offender to query the database. Alternatively, interested parties can call the New York State Sex Offender Division on (800) 262-3257 Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

The New York State Sex Offender Registration Act stipulates that the DCJS establish and maintain a registry of sex offenders. The registry contains the offenders' names, aliases, sex, date of birth, weight, height, eye color, and driver's license information. It also includes pictures of the offender, a description of the offense convicted for, and the institution the sex offender currently reports.

How to Find Sullivan County Inmate Records

The Sheriff's Office manages the daily operations of the county jail. Searchers looking to obtain Sullivan County inmate records can contact the Sheriff's Office and Jail located at:

Sullivan County Sheriff's Office and Jail
58 Old Route 17
Monticello, NY 12701
Phone: (845) 794-7102
Fax: (845) 794-0810

The New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision (DOCCS) also provides an online Inmate Lookup tool to locate inmates incarcerated. Searchers should have the inmate's full name, birth year, and Department ID number to search the database.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Sullivan County Jail?

The Sheriff's Office grants visitation privileges to family and friends of inmates incarcerated in its county jail. All visitors should contact the county jail facility on (845) 794-7100 in advance to schedule visitation and ensure the inmate is entitled to visitation on the scheduled day. Visitation runs from Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM, and all visitors should adhere to the county jails rules on visiting an inmate such as:

  • All visitors should come along with valid photo identification.
  • Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Children of offenders can visit without a written permission
  • Visitors clothing must comply with the facility rule of being fully clothed and no jewelry
  • Visitors should not bring hazardous items or contraband items into the visitation area.

Sullivan County Court Records

Sullivan County court records are the documents that originated in court during a legal process. The County Clerk is the custodian of all legal documents relating to civil and criminal cases, property ownership, domestic relations, juvenile cases, and land records. Sullivan County has a Supreme Court, County Court, Family Court, Surrogate Court, and various Town and Village Courts. The Sullivan County Court is located at:

Sullivan County Courthouse
414 Broadway
Monticello, NY 12701
Phone: (845) 791-3540
Fax: (845) 791-6170

The location and contact details of other courts in the county are:

Sullivan County Supreme Court
414 Broadway
Monticello, NY 12701
Phone: (845) 791-3540
Fax: (845) 791-6170

Sullivan County Family Court
Sullivan County Government Center
100 North Street
Monticello, NY 12701
Phone: (845) 791-3505
Fax: (845) 476-3620

Sullivan County Surrogate's Court
Sullivan County Government Center
100 North Street
Monticello, NY 12701
Phone: (845) 791-3500
Fax: (845) 481-9337

Bethel Justice Court
3586 Route 55
P.O. Box 691
White Lake, NY 12786
Phone: (845) 583-7420
Fax: (845) 583-7804

Bloomingburg Village Court
13 North Road
P.O. Box 341
Bloomingburg, NY 12721
Phone: (845) 733-6881
Fax: (845) 733-6883

Callicoon Town Court
19 Legion Street
P.O. Box 687
Jeffersonville, NY 12748
Phone: (845) 482-5390 ext 301
Fax: (845) 482-9017

Cochecton Town Court
Cochecton Town Hall
74 Smales Road
Lake Huntington, NY 12752
Phone: (845) 9322-8360 ext 20

Delaware Town Court
104 Main Street
P.O. Box 129
Hortonville, NY 12745
Phone: (845) 887-5250 ext 8
Fax: (845) 887-5185

Fallsburg Justice Court
19 Railroad Plaza
P.O. Box 2019
South Fallsburg, NY 12779
Phone: (845) 434-4574
Fax: (845) 434-4372

Forestburgh Justice Court
332 King Road
P.O. Box 2019
Forestburgh, NY 12777
Phone: (845) 794-0611 ext 29
Fax: (845) 794-0678

Fremont Justice Court
12 County Road 95
P.O. Box 69
Fremont Center, NY 12736
Phone: (845) 887-3115
Fax: (845) 887-5890

Highland Town Justice Court
P.O. Box 207
Barryville, NY 12719
Phone: (845) 557-8132
Fax: (845) 557-0509

Jeffersonville Village Court
17 Center Street
P.O. Box 555
Jeffersonville, NY 12748
Phone: (845) 482-4275
Fax: (845) 482-5298

Liberty Town Court
167 North Main Street
Liberty, NY 12754
Phone: (845) 292-2250
Fax: (845) 292-2376

Liberty Village Court
Town Hall
120 North Main Street
Liberty, NY 12754
Phone: (845) 292-6980
Fax: (845) 887-2562

Lumberland Town Court
1054 Proctor Road
P.O. Box 226
Glen Spey, NY 12737-0226
Phone: (845) 856-8600 Ext. 10
Fax: (845) 856-6080

Mamakating Justice Court
2948 Route 209
Wurtsboro, NY 12790-0226
Phone: (845) 888-3000 opt 1
Fax: (845) 888-2805

Monticello Village Court
10 Jefferson Street
Monticello, NY 12701
Phone: (845) 794-1222
Fax: (845) 794-1254

Neversink Justice Court
273 Main Street
P.O. Box 307
Grahamsville, NY 12740
Phone: (845) 985-2262 Ext 311
Fax: (845) 985-2149

Rockland Justice Court
1939 Old Route 17
P.O. Box 28
Roscoe, NY 12776
Phone: (607) 498-4320
Fax: (607) 498-6191

Thompson Town Court
4052 Route 42
Monticello, NY 12701
Phone: (845) 794-7130
Fax: (845) 794-0165

Tusten Justice Court
210 Bridge Street
P.O. Box 195
Narrowsburg, NY 12764
Phone: (845) 252-7146 Ext. 1007
Fax: (845) 252-7509

Woodridge Village Court
P.O. Box 655
Woodridge, NY 12789
Phone: (845) 434-3474
Fax: (845) 434-0916

Wurtsboro Village Court
7 Pennsylvania Avenue
P.O. Box 157
Wurtsboro, NY 12790
Phone: (845) 888-2522
Fax: (845) 888-2816

Are Sullivan County Court Records Public?

The Sullivan County Court Clerk serves as the record keeper of records and legal documents and grants access to these records. Sullivan County Court Clerk requires requesters to book an appointment to access some records, while interested parties can obtain other records in person. Although the County Clerk grants access to its court records, the New York FOIL exempts some court records from public view. Sullivan County court records exempted from public access include:

  • Juvenile record
  • Law enforcement officers investigation records
  • Documents disclosing private information of jurors
  • Divorce records - can only be viewed by the couple
  • Mental health records

How to Obtain Sullivan County Civil Court Case Records

A Civil court case arises when one party files a lawsuit against another due to a dispute. Sullivan County Clerk maintains the civil court case records in the county and makes them accessible. Parties interested in obtaining a Sullivan County civil court case record can visit Search IQS, an online database from which searchers can obtain civil court case records. There is an access fee to use this service. Alternatively, requesters can visit the County Clerk's Office in person to obtain civil court case records. The Sullivan County Clerk's Office is located at:

County Clerk's Office
County Government Center
100 North Street
P. O, Box 5012
Monticello, NY 12701
Phone: (845) 807-0411
Fax: (845) 807-0434

How to Obtain Sullivan County Criminal Court Records

Criminal court records are official records created during a criminal case. Sullivan County Clerk maintains the county's criminal court case records as part of the legal documents in its custody. Parties interested in getting a Sullivan County criminal court case record can visit the County Clerk's Office located at:

County Clerk's Office
County Government Center
100 North Street
P. O, Box 5012
Monticello, NY 12701
Phone: (845) 807-0411

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

What are Sullivan County Vital Records?

Vital records are documents of significant life events kept by the government. Sullivan County vital records include birth, death, marriage, and divorce records. In New York, vital records are not subject to FOIL and are only accessible by specific individuals.

Where and How to Obtain Sullivan County Divorce Records

A divorce decree is a document issued by the court specifying the conditions to end a marriage formally. Divorce records are not subject to the New York FOIL; they are not public records and are only accessible by the couple or their attorney. Interested parties can only obtain divorce decrees from the County Clerk of the courthouses that issued the divorce, usually for a fee. Eligible parties can get Sullivan County divorce records from the County Clerks in the various courthouses across the county or contact the Sullivan County Clerk office located at:

County Clerk's Office
County Government Center
100 North Street
P. O, Box 5012
Monticello, NY 12701
Phone: (845) 807-0411

Divorce certificates contain brief information about the couple, the place, and the date the marriage ended. The couple or someone with a court order from New York State can access the divorce records. Requesters can obtain divorce certificates from the New York State Department of Health in person or by mail order for a fee. Requesters can order a divorce certificate by mail by filling out a mail-in application for a copy of a divorce certificate and submitting it to the New York State Department of Health located at

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

It costs $30 to order a divorce certificate by mail, and requesters can make payment with a certified or personal check or a money order. Requesters should have a valid government-issued ID that contains the photo and signature of the requester. In the absence of a picture ID, requesters can provide two documents with their names and address.

Where and How to Get Public Sullivan County Marriage Records

In New York, marriage records are not subject to FOIL and are not accessible by the public. To obtain a marriage record in Sullivan County, the requester must be:

  • The couple
  • An individual with a court order from the state
  • An individual in possession of a documented judicial purpose

Interested parties can obtain Sullivan County marriage records from the County Clerk's Office in the town, city, or village where parties purchased the marriage license. The county clerk charges a fee to obtain this record.

Requesters can also obtain Sullivan County marriage records from the New York Department of Health. Parties can obtain the documents in person or by mail order. Requesters of a Sullivan County marriage record should fill out the mail-in application for a copy of a marriage certificate form and submit the completed form to:

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

Marriage records ordered by mail cost $30 are payable using a personal check, certified check, or money orders to the New York State Department of Health. Requests in-person cost $45.00, and payment is by cash, money orders, or checks only.

All requesters should submit a request for a marriage record with a valid means of identification containing the requester's picture and signature. Requesters can submit two documents issued by two different government agencies with the requester's name and address where this is not available.

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Sullivan County

A court officer conducts a confidential marriage without witnesses, and only the couple has access to the marriage record. Generally, marriages in New York are public marriages; confidential marriage records in Sullivan County do not exist.

Where and How to Find Sullivan County Birth Records

Birth records in Sullivan County are not available to the public, and only eligible parties can access the documents. Eligible parties include:

  • The birth certificate holder
  • The parents of the record holder named on the birth record
  • The children of the record holder in possession of a New York court order
  • The spouse of the record holder, who must have a court order from the state

Eligible parties can obtain birth records in Sullivan County from the County Clerk's Office in the town, city, or village court of birth.

Alternatively, parties can obtain Sullivan County birth records from the New York Department of Health in person or by mail order. Requesters can obtain a birth record in person from the Health Department for a fee of $45.00 payable using credit or debit cards, money orders, or cash.

Eligible parties ordering a birth record by mail can fill out the mail-in application for a copy of a birth certificate form and submit the completed form with a valid photo ID to the Department of Health. A $30 fee applies, and requesters can pay using a money order, personal check, or certified check. The completed form is submitted to the Health Department located at:

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

Where and How to Find Sullivan County Death Records

A requester of a death record in Sullivan County must be:

  • The spouse of the decedent
  • The children of the deceased
  • The parent of the deceased
  • Siblings of the dead person
  • A person who has a documented lawful claim
  • An individual with a detailed medical need
  • A person in possession of a court order issued by the state

Eligible parties can obtain Sullivan County death records from the County Clerk vital statistics office in the city, town, or village where the deceased was pronounced dead. The County Clerk charges a fee to obtain the death record.

Also, Sullivan County death records are accessible by mail order or an in-person request from the Department of Health in New York. Eligible parties can order a death record by mail by completing the mail-in application for a copy of a death certificate form and mailing completed forms to:

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

Mail-ordered birth records cost $30.00, and requesters can make payment with a money order, personal checks, and certified checks. Lastly, requesters can request a death record in person at the state Department of Health. In-person requests cost $45, and requesters can only pay with cash, money orders, or checks. Requesters should submit a copy of valid photo identification when requesting a birth record. ID approved by the Department of Health includes:

  • Driver's license
  • Passport
  • Military photo ID
  • Photo ID issued by the state order than a drivers license

Requesters who do not possess a valid photo ID can submit two documents with the requester's name and address. The record could be a utility bill, telephone bill, or documents issued by a government agency within the last six months.