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Washington County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Washington County Arrest Records?

Washington county arrest records are documents that contain the arrest activity and information of offenders arrested at any point in time by the local law enforcement agency. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for generating and maintaining arrest records, such as arrest warrants, in the county. Interested individuals may inquire about arrest records at the Sheriff’s Office.

Crime Statistics

The New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services(DCJS) is responsible for the collation and management of crime data in the state. According to the 2018 crime statistics collated by the DCJS, Washington county recorded an index total of 426 crime cases comprising 73 violent crimes and 353 property crimes. Larceny crime had the highest number of reported property crimes with 271 cases. There were also 68 cases of burglary crime and 14 cases of motor vehicle theft crime. The county experienced a total of 35 rape cases and 32 cases of aggravated assault. Robbery offenses amounted to 5 cases in the year 2018.

What are Washington County Criminal Records?

Washington county criminal records contain the criminal history and details of criminal occurrences within the county area. Criminal records in Washington County may be obtained from the Sheriff’s Office. State-wide, The Division of Criminal Justice Services manages criminal history and background records.

How Do I Get Washington County Criminal Records?

The Sheriff’s Office is responsible for the dissemination of criminal records in the Washington county area. Interested persons may request criminal records by visiting the Sheriff’s Office and requesting in-person or sending a written request through U.S mail. Requests may be made to:

Washington County Sheriff’s Office
Law Enforcement Center
399 Broadway
Fort Edward, New York 12828
(518) 746-2475

How to Find Washington County Sex Offender Information

Sex offender information can be accessed by searching the state’s online offender registry. The New York State Sex Offender Registration Act (SORA) requires persons charged with sex offenses to register with local law enforcement agencies. New York State’s Division of Criminal Justice Services also allows access to sex offender information on the agency’s online Public Registry of Sex Offenders. The Sheriff’s Office is responsible for compiling sex offenders’ information within the Washington county area. Interested persons may search with the names and location details of sex offenders in the Washington county area.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Washington County Jail?

Washington County Correctional Facility is operated by the Sheriff’s Office. The correctional facility is located at:

399 Broadway,
Fort Edward, NY 12828
(518) 746-2476

Visitation days at the correctional facility are on Wednesdays to Sundays. Visits are granted on a first-come, first-served basis. Visitation hours are from:

  • 10 a.m. – 11 a.m.
  • 12:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
  • 2 p.m. – 3 p.m.

Per week, inmates are allowed 2 visits with a duration of an hour each. Visitors are required to report and sign at the lobby center at least 15 minutes ahead of visitation time. Only two visitors are allowed to see an inmate at a time except for infants and toddlers who do not count as part of the visitors. Visitors under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian and are required to bring a copy of their birth certificate. The facility prohibits visitors from wearing revealing clothes and sleeveless shirts. Jackets and hooded clothing are also not acceptable.

Where and How to Find Washington County Inmate Information

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office manages inmate information within the county area. The New York City Department of Correction provides an online inmate locator tool in which interested persons may access information of inmates within the state of New York.

What are Washington County Court Records?

Washington County court records are documents used in the courthouses within the county’s jurisdiction. The County Clerk serves as the custodian of court records in Washington county. The Clerk’s Office handles the management and dissemination of court records in the county area. Inquiries may be made to the Clerk’s Office to obtain court records. Requestors may obtain records in-person at the Clerk’s Office or send a written request through the mail. charges may apply following the fee schedule. Requests may be made to:

Municipal Center
383 Broadway
Building A
Fort Edward, New York 12828

Location of All Courts in Washington County

Washington County Supreme Court
383 Broadway,
Fort Edward, NY 12828
Phone: (518) 746-2521
Fax: (518) 746-2519

Washington County Court
383 Broadway,
Fort Edward, NY 12828
(518) 746-2521
Fax: (518)746-2519

Washington County Family Court
383 Broadway,
Fort Edward, NY 12828
Phone: (518) 746-2501
Fax: (518) 746-2503

Washington County Surrogate’s Court
383 Broadway,
Fort Edward,
NY 12828
Phone: (518)746-2545
Fax: (518) 746-2547

Argyle Town and Village Court
41 Main Street,
P.O. Box 38,
Argyle, NY 12809
Phone: (518) 638-8681
Fax: (518) 638-6823

Cambridge Town Court
846 County Route 59,
Cambridge, NY 12816
Phone: (518) 677-5896
Fax: (518) 677-5896

Cambridge Village Court
56 North Park Street,
Cambridge, NY 12816
(518) 677-8297

Dresden Town Court
102 Clemons Center Road,
P.O. Box 44,
Clemons, NY 12819
(518) 499-1382

Easton Town Court
Burton Hall
1071 State Route 40,
Greenwich, NY 12834
(518) 692-0027
Fax: (518) 692-7876

Fort Ann Town Court
80 George Street,
P.O. Box 295,
Fort Ann, NY 12827
Phone: (518) 639-4088
Fax: (518) 639-8665

Fort Edward Town Court
118 Broadway,
P.O. Box 127,
Fort Edward, NY 12828
Phone: (518) 747-2252
Fax: (518) 747-4662

Fort Edward Village Court
118 Broadway,
Fort Edward, NY 12828
Phone: (518) 747-2252
Fax: (518)747-4662

Granville Town Court
42 Main Street,
P.O. Box 177,
Granville, NY 12832
(518) 642-1500

Granville Village Court
51 Quaker Street,
P.O. Box 208,
Granville, NY 12832
(518) 642-9386

Greenwich Town Court
2 Academy Street,
Greenwich, NY 12834
Phone: (518) 692-7611
Fax: (518) 855-4055

Greenwich Village Court
6 Academy Street,
Greenwich, NY 12834
Phone: (518) 531-4097
Fax: (518)692-8657

Hampton Town Court
2629 State Route 22A,
P.O. Box 125,
Hampton, NY 12837
(518) 282-9625

Hartford Town Court
Town Hall,
165 Hartford Main Street,
P.O. Box 14,
Granville, NY 12832
Phone: (518) 632-9274
Fax: (518) 632-0032

Hebron Town Court
3165 County Route 30,
Hebron, NY 12865
P.O. Box 415,
Phone: (518) 854-9300
Fax: (518) 854-7623

Jackson Town Court
2355 State Route 22,
Cambridge, NY 12816
Phone: (518) 677-8896
Fax: (518) 677-8896

Kingsbury Town Court
6 Michigan Street,
Hudson Falls, NY 12839
Phone: (518) 747-2188
Fax: (518) 747-5925

Putnam Town Court
14 Putnam Center Road,
P.O. Box 104,
Putnam Station, NY 12861
Phone: (518) 547-8303
Fax: (518) 547-9705

Salem Town Court
Proudfit Hall
181 Main Street,
Salem, NY 12865
(518) 854-3433

White Creek Town Court
28 Mountainview Drive,
Cambridge, NY 12816
(518) 677-3182

Whitehall Town Court
57 Skenesborough Drive, Suite 3,
P.O. Box 272,
Whitehall, NY 12887
Phone: (518) 499-0772
Fax: (518) 499-1392

Whitehall Village Court
57 Skenesborough Drive, Suite 3,
P.O. Box 272,
Whitehall, NY 12887
Phone: (518) 499-0772
Fax: (518) 499-1392

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What are Washington County Vital Records?

Washington county vital records document significant life occurrences such as birth, death, marriage, and divorce. Washington county town clerks and city clerks are responsible for the dissemination of vital records in the county. Interested persons may obtain vital records in the specific town or city the event happened.

State-wide, the Vital Records division of the New York Department of Health manages and disseminates vital records. Interested persons may obtain vital records if they are eligible.

Where and How to Get Washington County Divorce Records

The County Clerk serves as the custodian of divorce records in Washington county. Interested persons may request for divorce records in-person or via mail. Requests may be addressed to:

Municipal Center
383 Broadway
Building A
Fort Edward, New York 12828

Divorce records may also be obtained from the Vital Records section of the New York Department of Health (NYDH). Interested persons may complete the divorce records application form and submit it via mail to the address stated in the form. Only the couple and persons with a court order are eligible to obtain divorce records. A valid identification document is required to be enclosed with the request form. A fee of $30 is charged per certified copy of a record.

Where and How to Get Washington County Marriage Records

In Washington county, marriage records may be primarily obtained from the town clerk or city clerk where the marriage occurred. Interested persons may request marriage records from the city clerk or town clerk in-person or via mail. The county’s directory document contains the compilation of the addresses of clerks of Washington county cities and towns.

Marriage records may also be obtained from the NYDH by completing and submitting the marriage records application form. Marriage records are only obtainable to the spouses and persons with a court order. A valid, state-issued photo ID document must be enclosed with the application form. A certified copy of a record costs $30.

Where and How to Get Washington County Birth Records and Death Records

Washington county birth records and death records may be retrieved from the town clerks or city clerks where the birth or death event took place. Requests may be made in-person or via US mail to the clerks’ addresses in the county’s directory document. Birth records and death records may also be obtained from the Vital Records section of the NYDH by completing the birth records application form or death records application form and following the requirements stated. A copy or each certified record costs $30.