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Green County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Green County Information

Green County is a county positioned in the state of Kentucky. Back in 2010, Green County had a total human population of 11,258. The county seat is Greensburg.

It was established in 1792.

It was named for Revolutionary War hero General Nathanael Greene, but the reason why the final E is missing is unknown.

Green County Arrest Files

In Green County, arrest files are kept for each crime. Green County crime is put into two primary categorizations, property crime and violent crime. In 2018, in Green County, there were 5 violent and 33 property crimes.

Green County Sheriff’s Office
203 W. Court Street
Greensburg, KY 42743
Phone: (270) 932-5641
Fax: (270) 932-3193

Green County Criminal Files

All sex offenders within Green County are kept on a register. The Green County register includes any sex offender living, working, attending school, or imprisoned in the area. In Green County, this register is available to the public. People can look up any nearby sex offenders in Green County. Green County keeps a regularly updated record of all criminal, jail, and inmate records. This tool allows people to seek out anyone in Green County who is in jail or on release.

Green County Court Files

In Green County, the county courthouse oversees all criminal, family, and civil cases. Green County court documents are maintained by the court clerk. Residents looking for documents in Green County can obtain at:

Green County Courthouse
200 W Court St
County Judicial Center
Greensburg, KY 42743
Hours: 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F; Last Sat 8:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. EST
Phone: (270) 932-5631, (270) 932-4029
Fax: (270) 932-6468

The Court of Appeals has the power to oversee any lower court case in Kentucky when an appeal is made. These lower courts often refer to one of the 120 superior or trial courts found across Kentucky's 120 counties, including Green County.

NOTE - Average records in Green County can be sent by mail, email, or fax. Then again, official Green County records may only be delivered via mail.

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Green County Public Files

Vital records are kept on each individual resident in the state of Kentucky. These vital documents contain a person's most vital milestone life events. The vital records can include, but are not limited to, files referring to a person's birth, death, marriages, and divorces. The Kentucky state government would not be able to accumulate these files without the help of counties such as Green County. Green County is tasked with gathering and submitting copies of vital documents to the state.

Each and every county clerk in Kentucky is in charge of obtaining marriage records. The clerks, such as the one in Green County, then send the documents to the Office of Vital Statistics. County clerks have also been in charge of amassing other vital files in the past, such as birth and death files. The documents that these offices may have collected can incorporate birth certificates, death certificates, divorce decrees, marriage licenses, divorce certificates, marriage certificates, and more. One central Kentucky registry holds all state vital documents. They can later be used for statistical analysis.

These vital records are in the public domain and so can be accessed by Green County residents. The state of Kentucky passed the Kentucky Open Documents Act back in 1976, meaning that members of the public now have the fundamental right to access any public documents. The Act was amended in 1994. A person in Green County can access records at:

Green County Clerk: Jessica Shofner Baker
203 W Court St
Greensburg, KY 42743
Phone: (270) 932-5386
Fax: (270) 932-6241

NOTE - In Green County, a person must visit the office between 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Monday; 7:30 a.m.-4:30M Tuesday to Friday CST. Green County residents looking to obtain copies must also bring a form of photo ID. A person may use a driver's license, state ID, or something similar. Green County residents must also put any request for records in writing.