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Harrison County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Harrison County Background Information

Harrison County is positioned in Kentucky. Back in 2010, there were 18,846 total people. The current county seat is Cynthiana.

It was founded in 1793.

It was named for Colonel Benjamin Harrison, an advocate for Kentucky statehood, framer of the Kentucky Constitution, and Kentucky legislator.

Harrison County Arrest Documents

In Harrison County, arrest records are kept for each and every crime. Crimes in Harrison County are divided into two principal classifications, violent crime and property crime. In Harrison County, there were 1 violent and 86 property crimes in 2018.

Harrison County Sheriff’s Office
Sheriff: Shain Stephens
113 W. Pike Street
Cynthiana, KY 41031
Phone: (859) 234-7135

Harrison County Criminal Files

All sex offenders within Harrison County are kept on a register. This register includes any offender imprisoned, attending school, living, or working in Harrison County. This Harrison County register is in the public domain. Inhabitants of Harrison County can therefore locate any sex offenders within a certain distance of their homes. In Harrison County, there are regularly updated criminal, jail, and inmate records.

Harrison County Court Records

Harrison County features the county courthouse, which oversees all criminal, family, and civil cases. The court clerk maintains all court records in Harrison County. A person must enquire at:

Harrison County Courthouse
115 Joe B Hall Ct, Cynthiana, KY 41031
Hours: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F; 9:00 a.m.-N Sat EST
Phone: (859) 234-1914
Fax: (859) 234-6787

After an appeal is made, the Court of Appeals can oversee any lower court case. These lower courts often refer to one of the 120 superior or trial courts found across Kentucky's 120 counties, including Harrison County.

NOTE - Standard court documents in Harrison County can usually be delivered by mail, email, or fax once payment is received. Harrison County official documents can only be delivered via mail.

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Harrison County Public Files

Vital files are kept on every single Harrison County citizen. Vital documents are made up of important life events. Marriages, divorces, births and deaths are the most widespread vital records. The Kentucky state government would not be able to accumulate these records without the help of counties such as Harrison County. Harrison County is tasked with obtaining and submitting copies of vital files to the state.

In Kentucky, marriage records are currently accumulated by every individual county clerk. The clerks then send these files to the Office of Vital Statistics. County offices, such as the one in Harrison County, have also accumulated birth/death records in the past. The files that Harrison County would have gathered on these life events consist of birth certificates, death certificates, divorce decrees, marriage licenses, divorce certificates, marriage certificates, and more. All Kentucky vital documents, including those from Harrison County, are saved in one central registry. The files can then be used further down the line for statistical analysis.

These vital documents are in the public domain and so can be accessed by Harrison County residents. The 1976 Kentucky Open Records Act granted the fundamental right for residents to access these documents. The most recent amendment to the Act came in 1994. To obtain these records in Harrison County, a person must enquire at:

Harrison County Clerk: ​ Linda S. Barnes
111 S Main St, #102
Cynthiana, KY 41031
Phone: (859) 235-0513
Fax: (859) 234-8049

NOTE - The Harrison County office opening times are 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Monday,Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday; 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Thursday EST. A person must have a form of photo ID in order to obtain documents in Harrison County. In Harrison County, this may include a driver's license or state ID. Harrison County residents must also put any request for records in writing.