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Greenup County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What Are Greenup County Arrest Records?

Greenup county arrest records are official documents containing information relating to the frequency of arrests made in the county following criminal activities or issuance of warrants by a court. An arrest record on an individual contains the subject’s name, gender, date of birth, mugshot, arrest charge, and name of the arresting officer. It often includes details about the victim of the crime. Periodic arrest records may contain information about apprehensions made by different law enforcement agencies in the county, broken down into offense type, age, sex, and other categories. Regardless of the subject, Greenup County arrest records are primarily filed and maintained by the arresting agency such as the Sheriff’s Office, Greenup City P.D, Flatwoods P.D., and so on.

Note: An arrest record is not a definitive indication of the arrestee's conviction. Hence, this should not be used as a substitute for criminal activities and conviction rates.

Crime Statistics

The Kentucky State Police Department is responsible for the collation and maintenance of criminal data for all counties in the state, which is published through the UCR program. The 2018 report revealed that law enforcement agencies in Greenup County recorded a total of 714 crimes, of which 361 crimes were cleared.

The crime-by-crime breakdown shows that drug/narcotic offenses were the most popular offense category, with 228 reported incidents, followed by larceny/thefts with 140 offenses. Other crimes included 90 assaults, 66 burglaries, 25 motor vehicle thefts, and 39 sex crimes (forcible and non-forcible). There were also two arsons, three robberies, and no homicides recorded in 2018. Most of the crimes have less than a 50% clearance rate.

Relatively, the arrest records for the same year showed that there were 1, 267 arrests made in the county. An arrest breakdown revealed that drug/narcotics had the highest occurrence of arrests and arrest warrants issued in the county. The county had 98, 65, 22, and 18 arrests for assaults, larceny/thefts, burglaries, and sex crimes, respectively. There were no arrests for arson and homicide, while there were four MVT and three robbery arrests.

An analysis of the 2017 and 2018 statistics indicates that the county had an eight percent increase in reported arrest rates and a 20% increase in total cleared crime rates.

What are Greenup County Criminal Records?

Greenup County criminal records are official documents pertaining to the criminal activities of persons living under the county’s jurisdiction. These records include information that covers the subject's arrests, suspected offenses, criminal charges, convictions, acquittals, sentences, dispositions, paroles. Individuals may require criminal records for purposes such as employment, licensing, business registration, personal review, and so on.

Most criminal records are open to the public. However, some records may be restricted, sealed, or expunged under state laws. While the Kentucky State Police Department serves as the statewide repository for criminal data, the Sheriff’s Office is the originator of the information at the county level. The office is responsible for processing and collating criminal information as well as running background checks on and for residents.

How Do I Get Greenup County Criminal Records?

There are three official repositories for Greenup County criminal records:

  • The Kentucky Court of Justice
  • The Kentucky State Police
  • The Greenup Sheriff’s Office.

The Kentucky Court of Justice maintains a statewide database of criminal conviction information for all the 120 counties in the state, including Greenup County. This database is open to members of the public and individuals can order for records online through their internet service or via in-person or in-mail requests to:

Administrative Office of the Courts
Records Unit
1001 Vandalay Drive
Frankfort, KY 40601

The office charges $25 per check, payable to the with checks, money orders, and credit/debit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, etc.) For records from the Kentucky State Police, individuals are required to download, fill, and mail the background check form along with required fees to;

Kentucky State Police
Criminal Identifications and Records Branch
Criminal Records Dissemination Section
1266 Louisville Road
Frankfort, KY 40601

Name-based searches cost $20 per request and $10 extra if individuals request for fingerprint-based criminal history check.

Lastly, the Sheriff’s Office can also help residents search through the state repositories and the locally maintained database. Interested individuals can contact the Sheriff’s Office at;

Greenup County Courthouse
301 Main Street,
P.O. Box 318
Greenup, KY 41144
Phone: (606) 473-9833 or (606) 473-7037

How to Find Greenup County Sex Offender Information?

The Kentucky State Police Department provides information on offenders via the Sex Offender Registry. Individuals can locate specific offenders, obtain information, get listings, or track offenders in the neighborhood by using the various search tools on the website. Results can also be filtered to reveal offenders by name, address, zip code, city, county, offender number, or mile radius. In addition, the Greenup County Sheriff’s Office registers and collates a list of convicted sex offenders living, working, or studying in the county.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Greenup County Jail?

The Greenup County Detention Center permits its inmates to receive visits from family and friends who are registered on the inmates’ visitor’s list. The inmate creates this list upon detainment, and potential visitors can also apply. However, the County Jailer has to approve the list before persons can visit jail at:

100 Laurel Street,
Greenup, KY 41144
Phone: (606) 473-9660
Fax: (606) 473-6080

Individuals should contact the jail for information regarding the facility’s visitation applications, requirements, and procedures. Approved visitors should note that there are some on-site visitation rules guiding visits and these include;

  • Visitors must provide a valid identification photo when requested.
  • A parent or legal guardian (with proof of guardianship) must accompany children under 18 years.
  • Visitors are subject to search, and prohibited items will be seized.
  • Each inmate is allowed one or two visits, ranging from 15 minutes to one hour per week.
  • Wear appropriate clothing. Clothes such as tights, short skirts, and dresses, see-through, sleeveless tops, and shirts are prohibited.
  • Alcohol, cigarettes, syringes, guns, knives, and other forms of weapons are not allowed.

Note: The detention center also allows inmates to contact pre-approved family members and friends through phone calls and video visitation.

Where and How to Find Greenup County Inmate Information?

The Greenup County Jailer is in charge of managing the operations of the Detention Center and keeping records of inmates incarcerated in its facility. Interested individuals can obtain inmates’ information by directing requests to the County Jailer at;

100 Laurel Street,
Greenup, KY 41144
Phone: (606) 473-9660
Fax: (606) 473-6080

To find information about inmates in the county’s jail, interested individuals can use the JailTracker tool to search for inmates by name, date of birth, day of detention, charge arrest, booking number, and so on.

What Are Greenup County Court Records?

Court records in Greenup County are official documents that contain information pertaining to court proceedings and administrative operations of courts in Greenup County. Examples of these records are case files, affidavits, dockets, transcripts, and so on. These records are available to members of the public unless restricted by law or court order.

The Greenup County Circuit Court Clerk is responsible for collating and managing the court records of both County and Circuit Courts in the county. Interested persons can obtain court records online on the Circuit Clerk website or request for these records by sending requests to the office of clerk’s office via fax, mail, or visit the office at;

Greenup County Courthouse Annex
101 Harrison Street
Greenup, KY 41144
Phone: (606) 473-9869 or (606) 473-9860

Note: Requesters often have to pay service charges.

Location of All Courts in Greenup County

Circuit Courts in Greenup County
Greenup County Circuit Court
Greenup County Courthouse Annex
101 Harrison Street,
Greenup KY 41144
Phone: (606) 473-9869
Fax: (606) 473-7388

District Courts in Greenup County
Greenup County District Court
Greenup County Courthouse Annex
101 Harrison Street,
Greenup KY, 41144
Phone: (606) 473-9869
Fax: (606) 473-7388

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

What Are Greenup County Vital Records?

Greenup County's vital records are government-generated documents pertaining to the life events that happened in the county. Certified or uncertified copies records are often required by individuals for different reasons, especially as evidence that the event took place. Examples of these records are divorce decrees and certificates of births, deaths, divorces, and marriages.

Vital records in Greenup County are available at different departments in the county and their state equivalents. Typically, custodians have different requirements, charge fees, and accepted forms of identification. However, interested persons should note that not all vital records are accessible by the public. In fact, open records may have sensitive information like social security numbers and medical reports removed from the copies given to ineligible requesters. In this case, qualified persons include the registrant or record subject, close relatives, and legally authorized persons.

Where and How to Get Greenup County Divorce Records?

In Greenup County, the Circuit Clerk is responsible for producing and maintaining records of annulments and dissolution of marriages that were granted by the Circuit Court in the county. These records are available to members of the public and are obtainable by sending in requests with detailed information, required fees, and a valid identification form to;

Greenup County Courthouse Annex
101 Harrison Street
Greenup, KY 41144
Phone: (606) 473-9869 or (606) 473-9860

The court also forwards these records to the Office of Vital Statistics under the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services. This office issues certificates of divorces that happened from June 1958 to date at $6 per copy. Individuals can request these records directly or obtain them locally through the Greenup County Health Department (GCHD). This process involves submitting application forms and requirements via mail or in-person to the specific custodian at;

Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics
275 East Main Street, 1 E-A
Frankfort, KY 40621

Or

Greenup County Health Department
P.O. Box 377
806 Seaton Avenue
Greenup, KY 41144

Where and How to Get Greenup County Marriage Records?

In Greenup County, the County Clerk is responsible for issuing marriage licenses and maintaining records of marriages that happened in the county. These records are available to members of the public and obtainable by sending in requests with detailed information, required fees, and a valid identification form to the branch where licenses were issued.

These records are also available at the Office of Vital Statistics under the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services. This office issues certificates of marriages that happened from June 1958 to date at $6 per copy. Individuals can request these records directly or obtain them locally through the Greenup County Health Department (GCHD). This process involves submitting application forms and requirements via mail or in-person to the specific custodian at;

Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics
275 East Main Street, 1 E-A
Frankfort, KY 40621

Or

Greenup County Health Department
P.O. Box 377
806 Seaton Avenue
Greenup, KY 41144

Where and How to Get Greenup County Birth Records?

The Office of Vital Statistics, Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services is responsible for issuing records of births and stillbirths that happened in the county from 1911 to date at $10 per copy. However, these are only available to individuals with legitimate interests or claims on the record, such as the registrant, direct descendants, parents, and legal representatives.

Individuals can request these records directly or obtain them locally through the Greenup County Health Department (GCHD). This process involves submitting application forms and requirements via mail or in-person to the specific custodian at;

Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics
275 East Main Street, 1 E-A
Frankfort, KY 40621

Or

Greenup County Health Department
P.O. Box 377
806 Seaton Avenue
Greenup, KY 41144

Where and How to Get Greenup County Death Records?

The Office of Vital Statistics, Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services is responsible for issuing records of deaths that happened in the county from 1911 to date at $6 per copy. However, these are only available to individuals with legitimate interests or claims on the record, such as the registrant, direct descendants, parents, and legal representatives.

Individuals can request these records directly or obtain them locally through the Greenup County Health Department (GCHD). This process involves submitting application forms and requirements via mail or in-person to the specific custodian at;

Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics
275 East Main Street, 1 E-A
Frankfort, KY 40621

Or

Greenup County Health Department
P.O. Box 377
806 Seaton Avenue
Greenup, KY 41144