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Crittenden County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Crittenden County Background Information

Kentucky is home to Crittenden County. Crittenden County had 9,315 total occupants back in 2010. The current county seat is Marion.

It was formed in 1842.

It was named for John J. Crittenden, senator and future Governor of Kentucky.

Crittenden County Arrest Documents

Each crime committed in Crittenden County is recorded by the authorities. Property crime and violent crime makeup the two major groups of crime in Crittenden County. In Crittenden County, there were 2 violent and 19 property crimes in 2018.

Crittenden County Sheriff’s Office
107 S. Main Street
Marion, KY 42064
Phone: (270) 965-3400

Crittenden County Criminal Documents

All sex offenders within Crittenden County are kept on a register. This register includes any offender incarcerated, attending school, living, or working in Crittenden County. This Crittenden County register is in the public domain. People can investigate any nearby sex offenders in Crittenden County. In Crittenden County, there are regularly updated criminal, jail, and inmate files.

Crittenden County Court Files

In Crittenden County, all civil, criminal, and family cases are overseen by the county courthouse. All Crittenden County court documents are maintained by the court clerk. Records can be obtained at:

Crittenden County Courthouse
107 S Main St, #202
Marion, KY 42064
Hours: 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CST
Phone: (270) 965-4200, (270) 965-4246
Fax: (270) 965-4572

In the state of Kentucky, the Court of Appeals has the power to watch over any lower court case in which one party appeals. These lower courts often refer to one of the 120 superior or trial courts found across Kentucky's 120 counties, including Crittenden County.

NOTE - Typical files can be delivered to the requested by fax, email, or mail. Nonetheless, official Crittenden County files may only be delivered via mail.

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Crittenden County Public Records

Every single citizen in Crittenden County and the wider Kentucky state area has vital files stored on them. These records refer to Crittenden County and Kentucky residents' most vital life events. These records can include vital records on divorces, marriages, births, deaths, and more. These files could not be accumulated without the help of Crittenden County. Crittenden County is in charge of obtaining some vital files from citizens and distributing them on to the state.

Marriage documents are compiled by every last county clerk in Kentucky. The Office of Vital Statistics then collects the files from clerks, such as the one in Crittenden County. County clerks have also been in charge of amassing other vital records in the past, such as birth and death documents. County clerks in Crittenden County may have accumulated the following at some stage: birth certificates, death certificates, divorce decrees, marriage licenses, divorce certificates, marriage certificates, and more. One central Kentucky registry stores all vital documents from the state counties, including Crittenden County. The files can then be used further down the line for statistical analysis.

In Crittenden County, residents can access and copy these vital documents, because they are located in the public domain. Every single Crittenden County resident can access vital documents thanks to the 1976 Kentucky Open Records Act. The Act was amended in 1994. In Crittenden County, a person must request vital files at:

County Clerk: Carolyn Byford
107 S Main, #203
Marion, KY 42064
Phone: (270) 965-3403
Fax: (270) 965-3447

NOTE - In Crittenden County, a person must visit the office between 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Monday, Friday; 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday; Closed Saturday CST. Photo ID is needed to obtain any documents in Crittenden County. Driver's licenses and state IDs are acceptable. In Crittenden County, every request must also be in writing.