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Wyoming County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Wyoming County Arrest Records?

Wyoming County arrest records are official documents that provide information on arrests carried out in the county following criminal activity. Arrest records also include data of the rate of arrest warrants issued within the county. These records are processed and generated by the Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office. Individuals interested in obtaining arrest records should make requests in person to:

Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office
151 North Main Street
Warsaw, NY 14569
Phone: (585) 786-8989
Fax: (585) 786-8961

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) is the central state agency that provides crime statistics for all counties in the state. In 2018, it was reported that Wyoming County had a total of 333 crimes, including 63 violent crimes and 270 property crimes. Violent crimes reported include one murder, 13 rapes, two robberies, and 47 aggravated assaults. Property crimes reported were 41 burglaries, 221 larcenies, and eight motor vehicle thefts.

These figures, when compared with 2014, show a decline in crimes reported in Wyoming County. In 2014, the total number of violent crimes reported were 36, including 1 rape (120%) and 35 aggravated assaults (34%). While property crimes reported were 344, including 59 burglaries (-31%), 275 larcenies (20%), and 10 motor vehicle thefts (-20%).

What are Wyoming County Criminal Records?

Wyoming County criminal records are official documents that provide information about the criminal activities of individuals within the county. They're maintained, processed, and issued by the DCJS. The criminal records in the custody of the DCJS are accessible by the record’s subject only. 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 Wyoming County Criminal Records?

Wyoming County residents can request suppressed (sealed) or unsuppressed (unsealed) criminal records from the DCJS. These criminal records can only be obtained for personal use by the individual who is the subject of the record. Requests for a personal criminal record review requires a requester to schedule an appointment to submit fingerprints. The requester will be required to present photo identification at the fingerprint scan appointment. Minors without any means of 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. A request takes a processing time of 7 to 10 business days. And each criminal history records request costs $63.50. Payment can be made with a credit card, check, or money order.

Individuals that cannot afford the fee can use the application packet made available by the DCJS. To obtainable this packet, an email request is to be made. Requests to access the Record Review Fee Waiver Application Packet should include 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.

The OCA provides third parties with access to criminal records of others. Interested individuals can use this service to request uncertified criminal history record searches (CHRS) criminal records on behalf of another person. 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.

Online requests can be made through the Criminal History Record Search - Direct Access website. New users will have to create an account before they can carry out searches. Information required to carry out an online search, include 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 make a mail or walk-in request, 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 made costs $95, payable by check or money order to the N.Y.S. Office of Court Administration. It is important that a requester provides the precise name and date of birth of the person named on the record. Each request is processed within one business day.

How to Find Wyoming County Sex Offender Information

Information about all sex offenders residing in Wyoming County is made available on the county’s sex offender registry. This online database is maintained by the Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office. Residents of Wyoming County can search the registry to locate sex offenders in their neighborhoods. Sex offenders can be searched by name or by location. Interested residents can sign up for alerts to know when sex offenders relocate to their neighborhood.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Wyoming County Jail?

The Wyoming County Jail’s daily operation is administered by the Sheriff’s Office. The jail facility is located at:

Wyoming County Jail
151 North Main Street
Warsaw, NY 14569
Phone: (585) 786-8808

Inmate visitation is from Monday to Sunday. Visitation hours from Monday to Thursday is between the hours of 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., while visitation hours from Friday to Sunday is from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Inmates are allowed to receive visitors twice a week. To schedule inmate visitation or to obtain more information on inmate visitation, call (585) 786-8808 from Sunday to Thursday between the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Where and How to Find Wyoming County Inmate Information

The New York Department of Corrections maintains a public access database of inmates in all county jails in the state. Information required to search and obtain inmate information includes the NYSID or Book & Case Number or the first and last name of the individual.

What are Wyoming County Court Records?

Wyoming County court records are public records that are available to the members of the public. Court records can be requested 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 office of the Clerk of the Court. Call the applicable phone number above to make inquiries.

The Wyoming 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:

Wyoming County Courthouse
147 North Main Street
Warsaw, NY 14569
Phone: (585) 228-3200
Phone: (585) 228-3199 (Supreme and County Court)
Phone: (585) 786-8810 (Supreme and County Court)
Phone: (585) 228-3229 (Family and Surrogate Court)
Fax: (585) 228-3236 (Supreme and County Court)
Fax: (585) 228-3230 (Family and Surrogate Court)

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 Wyoming County

The Wyoming County court system consists of one Supreme Court, one County Court, one Family Court, one Surrogate’s Court, and 21 City and Town Courts. Below are the addresses and contact information of all courts of Wyoming County, New York:

Wyoming County Supreme Court
147 North Main Street
Warsaw, NY 14569
Phone: (585) 228-3199
Fax: (585) 228-3236

Wyoming County Court
147 North Main Street
Warsaw, NY 14569
Phone: (585) 228-3199
Fax: (585) 228-3236

Wyoming County Family Court
147 North Main Street
Warsaw, NY 14569
Phone: (585) 228-3200
Fax: (585) 228-3230

Wyoming County Surrogate’s Court
147 North Main Street
Warsaw, NY 14569
Phone: (585) 228-3217
Fax: (585) 228-3230

Wyoming County Town Courts and Village Courts
Arcade Town Court
17 Church Street
Arcade, NY 14009
Phone: (585) 492-4479
Fax: (585) 492-3052

Arcade Village Justice Court
17 Church Street
Arcade, NY 14009
Phone: (585) 492-4479
Fax: (585) 492-3052

Attica Town Court
9 Water Street
Attica, NY 14011
Phone: (585) 591-4613
Fax: (585) 708-5066

Attica Village Court
9 Water Street, Attica, NY 14011
Phone: (585) 591-2957

Bennington Town Court
905 Old Alleghany Road
Attica, NY 14011
Phone: (585) 591-2157

Castile Town Court
53 North Main Street
P.O. Box 179
Castile, NY 14427
Phone: (585) 493-2233, extension 1003

Covington Town Court
584 Perry Road
Pavilion, NY 14525
Phone: (585) 584-8498

Eagle Town Court
3560 East Main Street
Bliss, NY 14024
Phone: (585) 322-7547

Gainesville Town Court
43 North Main Street
P.O. Box 351
Silver Springs, NY 14550
Phone: (585) 493-3395

Genesee Falls Town Court
6645 Church Street
Portageville, NY 14536
Phone: (585) 468-6043
Fax: (585) 468-5473

Java Town Court
4222 Route 98
North Java, NY 14113
Phone: (585) 535-4048

Middlebury Town Court
51 Sherman Avenue
Wyoming, NY 14591
Phone: (585) 495-6040

Orangeville Town Court
3529 Route 20A
Warsaw, NY 14569
Phone: (585) 786-2883
Fax: (585) 371-3949

Perry Town Court
46 North Main Street
Perry, NY 14530
Phone: (585) 237-4090
Fax: (585) 237-0332

Perry Village Court
46 North Main Street
P.O. Box 31
Perry, NY 14530
Phone: (585) 237-2149
Fax: (585) 237-3491

Pike Town Court
Town Hall
60 Main Street
P.O. Box 157
Pike, NY 14130
Phone: (585) 493-5140

Sheldon Town Court
1380 Centerline Road
Strykersville, NY 14145
Phone: (585) 535-0468
Fax: (585) 535-0115

Silver Springs Village Court
43 North Main Street
P.O. Box 317
Silver Springs, NY 14550
Phone: (585) 493-3395

Warsaw Town Court
83 Center Street
Warsaw, NY 14569
Phone: (585) 786-3361
Fax: (585) 786-2976

Warsaw Village Court
83 Center Street
Warsaw, NY 14569
Phone: (585) 786-3361
Fax: (585) 786-2976

Wethersfield Town Court
4362 Route 78
Gainesville, NY 14066
Phone: (585) 322-9160

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What are Wyoming County Vital Records

Wyoming County vital records include birth, marriage, divorce, and death records. These records are available at municipality and state levels. Divorce records can be requested from the Wyoming County Clerk. Marriage, birth, and records can be available with the Town or Village Clerk of town or village in Wyoming County where the event occurred and was registered.

At the state level, vital records are maintained by the Bureau of Vital Records of the New York State Department of Health. This state department processes and issues records of all birth, marriage, divorce, and death registered in the State of New York.

Where and How to Get Wyoming County Divorce Records

Wyoming County divorce records can be obtained by the record subject(s) and persons with court order authorization only. New York divorce records are classified into two types: divorce decrees and divorce certificates. Divorce decrees are in the custody of the Wyoming County Clerk at:

143 North Main Street
Suite 104
Warsaw, NY 14569
Phone: (585) 786-8810
Fax: (585) 786-3703

The State Department of Health maintains divorce certificates and requests for divorce certificates can be made by mail or in person. Interested individuals should complete the Divorce Records Request form. The completed 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 Wyoming County Marriage Records

Wyoming County marriages are recorded at the town or village where the marriage occurred. Towns in Wyoming County include Attica, Bennington, Castile, Covington, Middlebury, Perry, Sheldon. The county’s villages include Arcade, Attica, Castile, Perry, and Warsaw. Individuals interested in obtaining marriage records should contact the Town or Village Clerk.

Alternatively, marriage records can be requested by mail or in person from the State Department of Health. A requester should fill out the Marriage Record Application Form. The filled-out 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 Wyoming County Birth Records

Wyoming County birth records are primarily kept in the town or village where the birth occurred. To request Wyoming County birth records contact the Clerk of the Town or Village.

Birth records can also be obtained by mail or in person from the State Department of Health. To request birth records, complete 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 Wyoming County Death Records

Wyoming County death records are primarily in the custody of the town or village where the death occurred. To obtain death records, contact the Town or Village Clerk of the town or village where the death occurred.

Interested persons can also request death records from the State Department of Health. Death records can be requested by mail or in person. Simply fill out the Death Record Request Form. The filled-out 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)