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Warren County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Warren County Arrest Records?

Warren County arrest records are official documents showing arrest information and numbers of the county. These records are compiled by the Warren County Sheriff’s Office. Individuals interested in obtaining arrest records should make requests in person to:

Warren County Sheriff’s Office
1400 State Route 9
Lake George, NY 12845
Phone: (518) 743-2500

Although arrest records may imply that an individual has been taken into custody as part of an active investigation, it does not definitively evidence that the person was involved in the crime. Therefore, arrest records should not be used as an alternative for criminal history information.

Crime Statistics

The New York Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) provides crime statistics for all counties in the state. These statistics are a compilation of information gotten from the Sheriff’s offices and police departments in every county. In 2018, Warren County reported a total of 1,209 crimes, including 40 violent crimes and 1,169 property crimes. Of the violent crimes reported, there were 9 rapes, 6 robberies, 25 aggravated assaults, and no murders. Whereas property crimes reported 156 burglaries, 998 larcenies, and 15 motor vehicle thefts.

When compared to the crime statistics in 2014, these figures show that four out of the seven crimes reported in Warren County declined. Violent crimes that declined were murder (-100%), rape (-82%), robbery (-14%) and aggravated assault (-34%). Property crimes such as burglary and larceny dropped by (-123%) and (-29%) respectively. Arson rates in the county remained the same.

What are Warren County Criminal Records?

Warren County criminal records are the official files which contain the criminal activities of an individual in the county. Warren County criminal records are documented by the county’s sheriff’s office. The DCJS manages and processes a central repository of criminal history records in the state. Criminal records available at the DCJS are accessible only by the subject of the record. The New York State Office of Court Administration (OCA) provides members of the public with access to criminal records of others.

How Do I Get Warren County Criminal Records?

Residents of Warren County can request either suppressed (sealed) or unsuppressed (unsealed) criminal records from the DCJS. These criminal records can only be obtained by the individual who is the subject of the record, for personal use. To make a personal criminal record review request, a requester has to schedule an appointment to submit fingerprints. The requester’s photo identification will be required at this fingerprint appointment. Minors who do not possess any identification can submit the New York Photo ID Waiver for Minors along with their request. This waiver must be signed by a parent/legal guardian at the time and location of fingerprinting.

It takes a time of 7 to 10 business days to process each request. These criminal history records requests cost $63.50. The fee can be paid by credit card, check, or money order.

An application packet for individuals who cannot afford the fee is made available by the DCJS. To obtainable this packet, an email request is to be made. To access the Record Review Fee Waiver Application Packet, the request is to have the full, current mailing address of the requester. The completed Record Review Fee Waiver Application Packet, fingerprint card, and a photocopy of a valid public assistance benefits card or notarized financial statement should be mailed to:

Records Review Unit,
New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services
80 South Swan Street, 5th Floor
Albany, NY 12210

For more inquiries, contact the Record Review Unit by email or phone: (518) 457-9847 or (518) 485-7675.

For individuals who cannot request criminal records on behalf of another person from the DCJS, the OCA provides access to criminal records of third-parties. Interested persons and corporations can carry out uncertified criminal history record searches (CHRS). There are however exceptions to the information that can be obtained. This criminal history record search can be done online, via mail, or in person.

To request online, simply use the Criminal History Record Search - Direct Access website. New users are required to create an account. To carry out an online search, each search is required to provide the full name and date of birth of the record subject. Each search request costs $95, payable by credit or debit card, or by using a checking account (ACH).

To request via mail, or in person, submit a completed Criminal History Record Search (CHRS) application form 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
Monday to Friday; between 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Each request costs $95, payable by check or money order to the N.Y.S. Office of Court Administration. It is essential to have the precise name and date of birth of the person named on record for the agency to fulfill the request. Processing time is within one business day.

How to Find Warren County Sex Offender Information

Sex offender information of the State of New York is administered by the DCJS. Each registered sex offender is given a risk level by a judge, between Levels 1-3. The sex offenders database of the state includes information on Level 2 and 3 sex offenders in the state. Sex offender information is provided on the Public Registry of Sex Offenders. This registry can be searched with the sex offender’s last name, county, or zip code.

Information on Level 1 sex offenders can be gotten by calling (800) 262-3257, from Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m, with the following information:

  • The individual’s name, and one of:
  • The individual’s exact address
  • Date of birth
  • Driver’s license number, or
  • Social Security number.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Warren County Jail?

Warren County has one correctional facility located at:

Warren County Correctional Facility
1400 State Route 9
Lake George, NY 12845
(518) 743-2500

Individuals interested in obtaining information about visiting hours, schedules, and rules, and sending items to inmates should call (518) 743-2500 and select the option for the Correction Division.

Where and How to Find Warren County Inmate Information

The New York Department of Corrections administers a public access database of inmates in all county jails in the state that can be searched online. Information required for a search includes the NYSID or Book & Case Number or the first and last name of the individual.

What are Warren County Court Records?

Request court records at the Clerk of Court’s office in the County Court where the case was handled. To enable the Clerk of Court to locate the requested records, make sure to provide relevant and specific information about the record. The fees and payment methods for each request are determined by the County Clerk’s office. Call the applicable phone number above to make inquiries.

The Warren County Clerk maintains court records of the Supreme and County Courts, while the Family and Surrogate Courts each have their own court clerks. Individuals interested in obtaining these court records should query the Clerk’s office at:

Warren County Municipal Center
1340 State Route 9
Lake George NY 12845
(518) 480-6335 (County Clerk)
(518) 480-6305 (Family Court Clerk)
(518) 480-6360 (Surrogate Court Clerk)

Requests for City and Town Court records can be made by visiting the court that decided the case of interest.

Location of All Courts in Warren County

Warren County Courts
Warren County Supreme Court
Warren County Supreme Court
1340 State Route 9
Lake George, NY 12845
Phone: (518) 761-6430
Fax: (518) 761-6253

Warren County Court
Warren County Court
1340 State Route 9
Lake George, NY 12845
Phone: (518) 761-6430
Fax: (518) 761-6253

Warren County Family Court
Warren County Family Court
1340 State Route 9
Lake George, NY 12845
Phone: (518) 761-6500
Fax: (518) 761-6230

Warren County Surrogate’s Court
Warren County Surrogate’s Court
1340 State Route 9
Lake George, NY 12845
Phone: (518) 761-6514
Fax: (518) 761-6511

Warren County City Court
Glens Falls City Court
Glens Falls City Hall
42 Ridge Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Phone: (518) 798-4714
Fax: (518) 453-8623

Warren County Town Courts and Village Courts
Bolton Justice Court
4949 Lake Shore Drive
P.O. Box 478
Bolton Landing, NY 12814
Phone: (518) 644-2202
Fax: (518) 644-2726

Chester Town Court
6307 State Route 9
P.O. Box 486
Chestertown, NY 12817
Phone: (518) 494-3133

Hague Town Court
9793 Graphite Mountain Road
P.O. Box 509
Hague, NY 12836
Phone: (518) 543-6981
Fax: (518) 543-8047

Horicon Town Court
6604 State Route 8
P.O. Box 31
Brant Lake, NY 12815
Phone: (518) 494-7958
Fax: (518) 494-3845

Johnsburg Town Court
2370 State Route 28
P.O. Box 178
Wevertown, NY 12886
Phone: (518) 251-5120
Fax: (518) 251-5529

Lake George Town Court
20 Old Post Road
Lake George, NY 12845
Phone: (518) 668-5420
Fax: (518) 668-5420

Lake Luzerne Town Court
539 Lake Avenue
Lake Luzerne, NY 12846
Phone: (518) 696-4294

Queensbury Town Court
81 Glenwood Avenue
Queensbury, NY 12804
Phone: (518) 745-5571

Stony Creek Town Court
Town Hall
52 Hadley Road
Stony Creek, NY 12878
Phone: (518) 696-3575 extension 304 (Office)
Phone: (518) 696-4518 (Clerk)

Thurman Town Court
Town Hall
311 Athol Road
P.O. Box 134
Athol, NY 12810
Phone: (518) 623-9660
Fax: (518) 623-9678

Warrensburg Town Court
3797 Main Street
Warrensburg, NY 12885
Phone: (518) 623-9776
Fax: (518) 623-4367

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What are Warren County Vital Records

Warren County vital records consist of birth, marriage, divorce, and death records. These records are available at both county and state levels. Divorce records can be obtained from the Warren County Clerk. Other vital records can be requested from the town in Warren County where the vital event occurred.

Vital records in New York are maintained by the Bureau of Vital Records of the New York State Department of Health. This state department is responsible for managing all birth, marriage, divorce, and death records in New York State.

Where and How to Get Warren County Divorce Records

Divorce records are only available to the record subject(s) and persons with court order authorization. New York divorce records are of two types: divorce decrees and divorce certificates. Divorce decrees can be obtained by visiting the Warren County Clerk:

Warren County Clerk
Warren County Municipal Center
1340 State Route 9
Lake George NY 12845
(518) 480-6335 (County Clerk)

Divorce certificates are maintained by the Department of Health. Requests for divorce certificates can be made via mail or in person. This can be done by filling out the Divorce Records Request form. The filled-out form, with the required fees ($45 for walk-ins and $30 for mail request) and a government-issued ID, should be submitted to:

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

Where and How to Get Warren County Marriage Records

Warren County marriage records are administered by the town where the marriage occurred. Towns in Warren County include Bolton Landing, Brant Lake, Chestertown, Glens Falls, Hague, Lake George Village, Luzerne, North Creek, North River, Pottersville, Queensbury, Stony Creek, Thurman, Warrensburg, and Wevertown. To obtain marriage records, an interested individual should contact the town clerk of the town on the Warren County phone directory.

Marriage records can be obtained via mail or in-person from the State Department of Health. This can be done by completing the Marriage Record Application Form. The completed form should be submitted, along with the required fees ($45 for walk-ins and $30 for mail request) and a government-issued ID to:

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

Acceptable ID could be any of the following:

  • Driver’s license
  • Non-driver photo ID (state-issued)
  • Passport
  • U.S. Military-issued photo ID

Acceptable payment methods include:

  • Walk-In Orders: Check, money order, or cash
  • Mail Orders: Personal or certified check, money order addressed to the NYS Department of Health. Requesters who want to order from other countries are required to pay by check (drawn on a US bank) or money order (international)

Where and How to Get Warren County Birth Records

Warren County birth records are primarily in the custody of the town where the birth occurred. Requests for birth records can be made by contacting the town clerk of the town on the Warren County phone directory.

Alternatively, birth records can be requested via mail or in-person from the State Department of Health. Interested individuals should fill out the Birth Record Application Form. The completed form, along with the required fees ($45 for walk-ins and $30 for mail request) and a government-issued ID should be submitted to:

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

Acceptable government-issued IDs include any of the options below:

  • Driver’s license
  • Non-driver photo ID (state-issued)
  • Passport
  • U.S. Military-issued photo ID

Payment can be made through any of the following means:

  • Walk-In Orders: Check, money order, or cash
  • Mail Orders: Personal or certified check, money order addressed to the NYS Department of Health. Requesters who want to order from other countries are required to pay by check (drawn on a US bank) or money order (international)

Where and How to Get Warren County Death Records

Warren County death records are maintained by the town where the death occurred. Death records can be obtained by contacting the town clerk of the town on the Warren County phone directory.

Also, the State Department of Health provides interested persons with access to request death records of the state. These death records can be requested either via mail or in person. Interested persons should complete the Death Record Request Form. The completed form, along with any of the acceptable forms of a government-issued ID and the required fees ($45 for walk-ins and $30 for mail request) should be submitted to:

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

Acceptable ID forms include one of the options below:

  • Driver’s license
  • Non-driver photo ID (state-issued)
  • Passport
  • U.S. Military-issued photo ID

Payment methods include:

  • Walk-In Orders: Check, money order, or cash
  • Mail Orders: Personal or certified check, money order addressed to the NYS Department of Health. Requesters who want to order from other countries are required to pay by check (drawn on a US bank) or money order (international)