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Bullitt County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Bullitt County Arrest Records?

Arrest records are the summary of the arrests within a jurisdiction and contain the details of the arrests, the arrested criminals, and crimes that preceded the arrest. For Bullitt county, these records are generated by the Bullitt county sheriff office. On the state level, these records are generated and disseminated by the Kentucky state police.

Crime Statistics.

The Kentucky state police uniform crime report gathers all the crime report statistics and data for the state using the Kentucky state uniform crime report(UCR). According to the Kentucky state UCR, in 2018, the county of Bullit had 3 arsons cases, marking a 300% increase from 2017. It also recorded 379 cases of assault, 209 cases of burglary, 326 drug offenses, and 3 homicides. The department also recorded 12 kidnappings, 697 cases of larceny, and 162 cases of vehicle theft. Total crime reduced by 18.7% and case clearance rates remained approximately the same at 30.6%.

What are Bullitt County Criminal Records?

Bullitt county criminal records are the official records documenting the crimes that occur within the jurisdiction of the county. The Bullitt county sheriff department is responsible for generating these records for the county, while the Kentucky state police is responsible for generating, maintaining, updating, and storing these records for the whole state.

How Do I Get Criminal Records in Bullitt County?

Criminal records for Bullitt County can be obtained from the sheriff’s office. Requesters can contact the sheriff’s office either in person or by mail. The open records division of the sheriff office provides an application form that must be filled and returned to the office for processing. No fees are charged for inspections. However, paper copies will cost $0.10 for each page. If the requester requires the records to be sent electronically then there is no fee if the data is less than 9MB but if it is larger than 9MB the office may reproduce the data on a CD and mail it to the requester. The cost for the CD is $10 and the cost for shipping will vary. The costs for these services will be borne by the requester and must be provided before the record will be sent. All mail should be addressed to:

Bullitt County Sheriff's Office
Open records division
300 S. Buckman St.
Shepherdsville KY 40165

Background checks are handled by the Kentucky state police(KSP). These are done by mail and will usually take an average of 10 days to complete. The KSP website provides links to the forms to be filled for a background check. The appropriate form should be downloaded, filled, and mailed back to the KSP. The requester can request a check with or without fingerprinting, using the Kentucky database or a nationwide check using the FBI database for which fingerprints are compulsory. The cost for this service is $20 for the record and $10 for the fingerprinting service all correspondence should be sent to

Kentucky state police
Criminal identification and records branch
Criminal records dissemination section
1266 Louisville road
Frankfort KY 40601

For open records and other reports, contact the Kentucky state police record custodian in person or by mail. The request must be a written one with the name, address, signature of the requester, and an accurate description of the record required. This can be delivered by hand or by mail to:

The Kentucky state police official custodian of records

Kentucky State Police Headquarters
Attn: Open Records
919 Versailles Road
Frankfort, KY 40601

How Do I Find Bullitt County Sex Offender Information?

Sex offender information can be contained by contacting the Kentucky sex offender registry on (502) 227-8700 or emailing the office at KSPSOR@KY.GOV. The registry can also be searched online using the sex offender registry search tool located on the Kentucky state police website. Searches on the registry can be performed by name, address, city, county, zip code, etc. Bullit county sheriff department tracks and registers sex offenders residing in the county. These records are shared with the Kentucky state police who operate the Kentucky state sex offender registry.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Bullitt County Jail?

To visit an inmate at the Bullitt county detention center. a visitor will have to call and book an appointment at least 24hrs in advance. The appointment line is (502) 921-4428 and the appointment office is open Tuesdays to Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Visits for male inmates are on Thursdays and Saturdays and visits for female inmates and individuals in the substance abuse programs (SAP) are on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Inmates are allowed two half-hour visits each week and only two visitors including children are allowed at a time. Full details of visitation instructions including the exact times for visits and the general visitation rules and regulations are found on the inmate’s services section of the detention center website. Details on other inmates’ services such as bonds, inmate programs, funds and commissary, medical services, and mail are also found on this web page. Bullitt county operates the Bullitt county detention center located at:

1671 Preston Hwy,
Shepherdsville,
KY 40165,
United States
(502) 543-7263

Where and How to Find Bullitt County Inmate Information?

Bullitt county detention center operates a database containing details of all inmates currently housed by the facility. Inmate information can be obtained by contacting the detention center by phone or by searching online. A database of the current inmates at the detention center can be viewed online through the current inmate section on the Bullitt detention center website. A full list of inmates is generated on the page and search can be done by name or booking date. Information returned by the search includes full name, aliases, physical description, booking date, arrest date, the arresting officer, crime, bail bond, etc.

What are Bullitt County Court Records?

Court records are the official documenting the court cases that take place within the Bullitt county jurisdiction. This includes all judgments, rulings, depositions, testimony, affidavits, and evidence given during a court case. These records are generated by the county’s courts and maintained and handled by the circuit court clerk of Bullitt county. Costs for copies of records are $0.25 per page for paper photocopies and $5.00 for certified copies. Records for confidential cases will only be released to requesters who are part of the case and only after they appear in person to the clerk’s office with a valid photo ID. the circuit court clerk of Bullitt county can be located at

Bullitt County Judicial Center
250 Frank E. Simon Ave.
P.O. Box 746
Shepherdsville, KY 40165
(502) 543-7104, (502) 955-7764

Locations of all the courts in Bullitt county.

The names, addresses and contact details of the courts in Bullitt county are listed below

Bullitt County Circuit Court
Bullitt County Judicial Center
250 Frank E. Simon Avenue, P.O. Box 746, Shepherdsville, KY 40165
Phone: (502) 543-7104 ext. 3
Fax: (502) 543-7158

Bullitt County District Court
Bullitt County Judicial Center
250 Frank E. Simon Avenue, P.O. Box 746, Shepherdsville, KY 40165
Phone: (502) 543-7104 ext. 4
Fax: (502) 543-7158

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What are Bullitt County Vital Records?

Vital records are the records of vital life events occurring within the county. These events include births, marriages, divorces, and deaths. The county clerk of Bullit county is in charge of these records for the county. Requests for marriage records and certificates can be made to the office of the county clerk. These records are also maintained and stored at the office of vital statistics of the Kentucky Department of health which acts as the central repository for vital records in the state. Mail requests and physical requests for all vital records can be made there.

Where and How to Get Bullitt County Divorce Records

To get divorce records for Bullitt county, interested parties must contact the county clerk office or the department of vital statistics of the Kentucky Department of health. Requests can be done either by mail or in person. The application form with all the relevant information needed for a record search can be obtained on the department of vital statistics website. Information needed for the search includes the full names of the parties who got divorced, the date of the divorce, and the county where the divorce was obtained. The requester will also have to give a name, address, and contact details. Each copy of the request costs $6.00 which is taken as a search fee if no record is found. Payment should be made out to the Kentucky state treasurer and request and inquiries by mail should be addressed to

Office of Vital Statistics
Department for Public Health
Cabinet for Health and Family Services
275 East Main Street 1E-A
Frankfort, KY 40621

Where and How to Get Bullitt County Marriage Records.

Marriage records for Bullit county can be obtained from the office of the county clerk of Bullitt county and the office of vital statistics of the Kentucky Department of health. An application form can be downloaded from the website of the office of vital statistics filled out and handed into the office. Information required includes the names of each of the couple, the date of the marriage and the county the marriage took place at. The cost of each copy is $6.00 which is a search fee and is non-refundable. Payments are made in either a money order or cheque and made payable to the Kentucky state treasurer. Marriage and divorce records in Kentucky are available since 1958.

Where and How to Get Bullitt County Birth Records.

Birth records are only obtainable from the vital statistics office of the Kentucky department of health. The website for the agency provides an application form with all the details needed to perform a search for the birth record. The information required includes name at birth of the person on the record, mother’s maiden name, father’s name, date, and place of birth. The fee for each copy is $10.00 for birth and $6.00 for a stillbirth. The requester will also provide his name and a mailing address, the number of copies required, and a working phone number. Payment should be made by cheque or money order made payable to the treasurer of the state of Kentucky.

All correspondence should be addressed to

Office of Vital Statistics
Department for Public Health
Cabinet for Health and Family Services
275 East Main Street 1E-A
Frankfort, KY 40621

Where and How to Get Bullitt County Death Records.

Death records are obtained from the office of vital statistics of the department of health of the state of Kentucky. An application form is provided on the website of the vital statistics office. This form can be filled and brought in person or mailed to the office of vital records. The information to be filled in includes the full name of the deceased, the full date of death, and the county where the death took place. Also needed are the full name of the requester, relationship to the deceased, a mailing address where the record will be sent, and a working phone number. The fee for each copy of a death certificate is $6.00 paid by money order or cheque. All payment should be made out to the treasurer of the state of Kentucky and all mails should be addressed to

Office of Vital Statistics
Department for Public Health
Cabinet for Health and Family Services
275 East Main Street 1E-A
Frankfort, KY 40621

The Office of Vital Statistics for the Kentucky Department of Health has birth and death certificates on file since 1911. The requests can be brought in physically or made by mail or phone. On receipt of the fees, a search for the record will be performed and if the records are on file it will be mailed to you. If the record is not on file, the fee is retained as a search fee and is nonrefundable. The office also does not issue non-certified copies or paper photocopies of these records.