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New Rochelle Public Records

What are New Rochelle Public Records

The New York Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) defines public records as information maintained by government agencies such as government boards, bureaus, divisions, commissions, committees, councils, and other governmental entities. Public records may include reports, statements, memoranda, books, pamphlets, files, drawings, and other such information. However, certain records may be withheld or restricted from public access if the disclosure of such records may result in an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy. Such restricted records may include:

  • Medical or credit histories
  • Personal references of applicants for employment
  • Confidential information of a personal nature
  • Electronic contact information collected from a taxpayer
  • And so on.

New Rochelle Crime Statistics

The New Rochelle Police Department (NRPD) is responsible for providing a summary of crime statistics in the city. In 2018, larceny was the most committed crime in New Rochelle, with a total crime rate of 766 according to the NRPD annual report. This was a 22% decline from the rate of larceny in the previous year (2017) when the recorded larceny rate was 978. Robbery cases reduced by 64% while burglary crimes experienced a decline of about 33% between 2017 and 2018. There was a 43% decline in the rate of auto theft crimes and rape reduced from the previous year by 9%.

Are New Rochelle Criminal Records Public

New Rochelle criminal records are public records and as such, may be accessed by the public. However, certain criminal records are sealed or designated as confidential and are restricted from public access. Such records include:

  • Sealed criminal records in the favor of the accused
  • Sealed criminal records in cases against a juvenile offender where the cases are moved to the family court
  • Defendant criminal history
  • Sealed records in cases where the defendant is a youthful offender
  • Criminal records of mentally ill offenders

How to Obtain Police Reports and Arrest Records

The Records Unit of the New Rochelle Police Department is responsible for maintaining and granting public access to police reports and arrest records in the city. Requesters may obtain this information by contacting the Records unit via the office address:

Records Unit,
New Rochelle Police Department,
475 North Avenue,
New Rochelle, NY 10801.
Phone: (914) 654-2235

Alternatively, interested persons may obtain such records online by downloading and completing the New Rochelle FOIL Request form. The completed form may be submitted by email to the New Rochelle Police Department FOIL Request.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in New Rochelle

The New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) provides statewide access to Sex Offender Information in the state of New York. Hence, New Rochelle Sex Offender information may be obtained via the online search facility provided by the division. To obtain New Rochelle sex offender information, record seekers must carefully follow the following procedures:

  • Visit the online DCJS Public Registry of Sex Offenders portal.
  • Choose the desired search criteria. The criteria may be either by last name, county, or zip code.
  • To exclude any of Incarcerated, ICE Custody or In Custody options, check the appropriate button.
  • Fill in the Captcha box and click Search. The search returns a list depending on the chosen criteria.

How to Find New Rochelle Inmate Records

To obtain New Rochelle Inmate Records, requesters may visit the statewide Incarcerated Individual Locator provided by the New York State Commission of Correction. The Commission provides a search facility known as VINELink for obtaining information about inmates in the State of New York, outside New York City. Follow the steps listed below to obtain New Rochelle inmates' records.

  • Visit the Incarcerated Individual Locator website.
  • Click on "Locate an incarcerated individual in a county jail in New York"
  • On the search page that follows, choose New York as the location.
  • The search may be conducted via name or ID. Select the desired option and fill in other required details.
  • Click on Search.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in New Rochelle Jail

According to the Department of Corrections, friends and family may visit inmates within the hours of 9 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday. Visitors are required to be at the jail gate at any time not later than 3:15 pm. Any visitor who arrives later than 3:21 pm will not be granted access to visit. Weekend (Saturday and Sunday) visits start from 9 am to 12:30 am for the morning session and from 1 pm to 4:30 pm for afternoon sessions.

The jail accepts packages for inmates through the parcel window. The parcel window opens within the hours of 8 am to 11:30 am and 12 noon to 4:30 pm from Monday to Sunday. Money and money orders are allowed within the hours of 4:30 pm to 9 pm, Monday to Sunday. However, note that family visitation was suspended in a bid to curb COVID-19 effects, as revealed in a statement released by the Commissioner.

Court Records

The Westchester City Clerk's office is responsible for providing access to court records for public inspection. While court records are generally publicly accessible, certain records such as matrimonial records are restricted for access to only authorized parties such as the parties to the case and their attorneys. Court records may also be looked up online through Westchester Records Online.

Locations of Courts in New Rochelle

The courts situated in the city of New Rochelle include:

New Rochelle City Court,
475 North Avenue,
New Rochelle, NY 10801.
Phone: (914) 358-8000
Fax: (914) 358-8098

Westchester County District Attorney
475 North Avenue, 2nd Floor
New Rochelle, NY 10801
Tel: (914) 813-5800
Fax: (914) 813-5806

Westchester Family Court - New Rochelle
420 North Avenue
New Rochelle, NY 10801
Tel: (914) 831-6590
Fax: (914) 831-6588

Are New Rochelle Court Records Public?

According to the New York Freedom of Information Law, records generated and provided by government agencies are designated as public records. New Rochelle court records are generated by courts in the city which are government agencies under the New York State Unified Court System. This implies that New Rochelle court records are public records. However, court records which are set as confidential or sealed by law may not be accessible by the public. Only persons who are authorized as stipulated by law may obtain restricted records.

Can you look up a New Rochelle court case online?

The Office of the Westchester County Clerk maintains an online search registry for legal records. Interested persons may obtain court information for civil, and criminal cases in New Rochelle and other cities in the county online. Residents may search for court case information online using the name, index number, or date range of the case. To view records using the name option, interested persons must enter the name of one of the parties into the search panel. However, if requestors decide to search by index number, the person must be able to provide the exact number assigned to the case by the court.

How to Obtain New Rochelle Civil Court Case Records

New Rochelle civil court case records may be obtained via the online search facility provided by the Office of the Westchester County Clerk. To obtain civil court case records, interested persons may follow these guidelines:

  • Visit the Westchester Records Online portal.
  • Click on the Legal Records link by the top left of the page.
  • Enter the last name or business name (mandatory) and an optional first name.
  • Under the Advanced Search Options section, enable the Civil checkbox and disable the Criminal box. This filters the search to deliver only civil records.
  • The search results may be narrowed down to a particular date range by specifying the start and end date of the intended range.
  • Select any other desired option.
  • Click on Search.

How to Obtain New Rochelle Criminal Court Records (not done)

Like civil court records, New Rochelle criminal court records may be accessed via the Westchester county online records portal. Requesters may follow the procedures listed below.

  • Visit the Westchester Records Online portal.
  • Click on the Legal Records link by the top left of the page.
  • Enter the last name or business name (mandatory) and an optional first name.
  • Under the Advanced Search Options section, enable the Criminal checkbox and disable the Civil box. This filters the search to deliver only criminal records.
  • The search results may be narrowed down to a particular date range by specifying the start and end date of the intended range.
  • Select any other desired option.
  • Click on Search
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What are New Rochelle Vital Records?

New Rochelle Vital Records entail important information about a person's legal identity and key life events. Such vital records include marriage licenses, birth and death certificates. New Rochelle vital records are designated as confidential and as such, are not accessible to the general public. It is the responsibility of the Office of the City Clerk to maintain and provide access to vital records in the city of New Rochelle.

Where and How to Obtain New Rochelle Divorce Records

The Office of the Westchester County Clerk, Legal Division provides access to the New Rochelle Divorce records. Interested persons may obtain the records by sending record requests to the County Clerk either in person or via mail. For in-person requests, the requesting party must provide a valid ID such as a driver's license or passport. Only parties to the action or attorneys to the record are authorized to obtain divorce decrees. Interested persons apart from the above-mentioned persons may obtain a notarized release from any of the parties to be eligible.

To obtain divorce records by mail, requesters must include a request letter with a notarized signature, names of the divorced parties, an approximate divorce date, and a self-addressed stamped envelope. Mail requests require fee payment via an enclosed check and do not accept credit card or cash payments.

The fee for a certified copy of divorce records is $1.25 per page, a minimum of $5 and a maximum of $40. If the requester does not provide the Index Number of the case, an additional search fee of $5 is incorporated. Requests may be submitted or mailed to the following address:

Richard J. Daronco Courthouse,
111 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd,
White Plains,
NY 10601.

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in New Rochelle

The Office of the City Clerk maintains and provides confidential marriage records in New Rochelle. New Rochelle confidential marriage records include Marriage Licenses and Marriage Transcripts. To obtain a marriage license, the requester must provide a current official photo ID which may include a U.S driver's license, a driver's photo ID obtained from the Department of Motor Vehicles, or a passport. A marriage License request also requires a certified birth certificate bearing the parents' information. It attracts a fee of $40 which can be paid via cash, money order, or credit card.

For Marriage Transcripts, interested persons are required to complete a Marriage Transcript Application form. The requester must provide any of the valid IDs mentioned above, and a fee of $10 per transcript. Note that Marriage Transcripts requests via mail must include a notarized signature on the application and a self-addressed and stamped envelope. New Rochelle Marriage Records requests may be submitted either via mail or in person to the following address:

New Rochelle City Hall
City Clerk's Office
515 North Avenue
New Rochelle, NY 10801

Where and How to Get Public New Rochelle Marriage Records

New Rochelle Marriage Records are designated as confidential records by the city. This implies that these records are not accessible to the general public. Therefore, only persons shortlisted as eligible may apply for marriage records in the city. For marriage licenses, both the bride and the groom must be present to obtain the license. Only the bride or the groom is eligible to apply for Marriage Transcripts.

Where and How to Find New Rochelle Birth Records

New Rochelle Birth Records are maintained and provided to requesters by the New Rochelle Office of the City Clerk. New Rochelle Birth records are confidential and may be obtained by only eligible persons which include the person named on the certificate (only if they are above 18 years), the father and/or father named on the record, and a person bearing a certified New York State Order. Interested persons may request birth records either via mail or in person. To apply for birth records via mail, requesters may obtain and complete the Birth Certificate Application form. Alongside the request form, requesters must provide a clear copy of any of the following official photo IDs:

  • United States Driver's License
  • Non-Drivers photo ID card obtained from the Department of Motor Vehicles
  • Passport

The requester must also provide a notarized signature, a self-addressed stamped envelope, and must attach the appropriate fee ($10 per copy) to the application. The acceptable payment options for mail requests include U.S money order, credit or debit cards. With all the required documents, the requester may mail the request to the following address:

New Rochelle City Hall,
City Clerk's Office,
515 North Avenue,
New Rochelle, NY 10801.

Where and How to Find New Rochelle Death Records

The Office of the New Rochelle City Clerk is responsible for providing New Rochelle Death Records. To obtain death records, requesters may complete and submit a Death Certificate Application either in person, via mail, or by Attorneys. For in-person requests, requesters may submit the death records request to the Office of the City Clerk. The request must include an official government-issued ID, additional proof of relationship with the deceased, and the appropriate fees ($10 per copy).

To request via mail, interested persons may send the complete death certificate application form and the corresponding requirements to the following address:

New Rochelle City Hall,
City Clerk's Office,
515 North Avenue,
New Rochelle, NY 10801.

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