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Carroll County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Carroll County Background Information

The state of Kentucky features Carroll County. There were 10,811 habitants in Carroll County in 2010. The county seat is Carrollton.

It was formed in 1838.

It was named for Charles Carroll of Carrollton, the last living signer of the Declaration of Independence.

Carroll County Arrest Records

Each crime that occurs within Carroll County is officially recorded. Crimes in Carroll County are split into two principal groups, violent crime and property crime. Back in 2018, there were 2 violent and 6 property crimes across the whole of Carroll County.

Carroll County Sheriff’s Office
Sheriff: James T. DeWees
440 Main Street
Carrollton, KY 41008
Phone: (502) 732-7010

Carroll County Criminal Files

The police in Carroll County must keep an up to date register of all sex offenders in the vicinity. The Carroll County register includes any sex offender living, working, attending school, or incarcerated in the area. This register is in the public domain. Inhabitants of Carroll County can therefore seek out any sex offenders within a certain distance of their homes. In Carroll County, there are regularly updated criminal records, including jail and inmate documents.

Carroll County Court Documents

In Carroll County, the county courthouse oversees all criminal, family, and civil cases. Court records in Carroll County are stored by the court clerk. To obtain a record in Carroll County, a person must enquire at:

County Courthouse
802 Clay St # 2, Carrollton, KY 41008
Hours: 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. EST
Phone: (502) 732-4305, (502) 732-4307
Fax: (502) 732-8138

In the state of Kentucky, the Court of Appeals has the power to supervise any lower court case in which one party appeals. The lower courts in question might include one of the 120 superior or trial courts in Kentucky, such as the one in Carroll County.

NOTE - Standard documents can be delivered to the requested by fax, email, or mail. At the same time, all official documents can only be sent via mail in Carroll County.

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Carroll County Public Files

Every last resident in Carroll County and the wider Kentucky state area has vital files stored on them. These vital documents contain a person's most vital milestone life events. These documents may incorporate marriage files, divorce papers, birth certificates, death documents, and more. These records could not be gathered without the help of Carroll County. Carroll County is tasked with collecting and providing copies of vital documents to the state.

Every single county clerk in Kentucky is in charge of compiling marriage files. The Office of Vital Statistics then collects these files from the clerks. In the past, county offices in Kentucky have also been tasked with amassing birth and death records. County clerks in Carroll County may have obtained the following at some stage: birth certificates, death certificates, divorce decrees, marriage licenses, divorce certificates, marriage certificates, and more. One central Kentucky registry holds all state vital records. These vital documents can be used in coming years for statistical analysis.

Carroll County residents can access these vital files, because they are in the public domain. The 1976 Kentucky Open Documents Act granted the fundamental right for residents to access these files. In 1994, the Act was amended. A person in Carroll County can access files at:

County Clerk: Alice W. Marsh
440 Main St
Carrollton, KY 41008
Phone: (502) 732-7005
Fax: (502) 732-7007

NOTE - On the other hand, a person must visit the Carroll County office between 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. EST from Monday to Friday in order to obtain a copy. A person must have a form of photo ID in order to obtain documents in Carroll County. In Carroll County, state IDs and driver's licenses are acceptable forms of photo ID. In Carroll County, every last request must also be in writing.