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Hart County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Hart County Background Information

Hart County is found in Kentucky. Back in 2010, there were 18,199 total inhabitants. The county seat is Munfordville.

It was founded in 1819.

It was named for Captain Nathaniel G. S. Hart, a Kentucky militia officer in the War of 1812 who was wounded at the Battle of Frenchtown and died in the Massacre of the River Raisin.

Hart County Arrest Records

Arrest files are kept for every last crime in Hart County. Hart County crimes are split up into property crime and violent crime. In Hart County, there were 3 violent and 40 property crimes in 2018.

Hart County Sheriff’s Office
Sheriff: Jeff Wilson
100 Main St, Munfordville, KY 42765
Phone: (270) 524-2341
Fax: (270) 524-2342

Hart County Criminal Documents

All sex offenders within Hart County are kept on a register. This is not limited to those purely living and working in Hart County, but also those attending school or jailed within the county. The sex offenders register in Hart County is in the public domain. People in Hart County can seek out any sex offenders nearby their home. In Hart County, there are regularly updated criminal documents, including jail and inmate files.

Hart County Court Documents

In Hart County, all civil, criminal, and family cases are overseen by the county courthouse. Court files in Hart County are preserved by the court clerk. Hart County court records can be obtained at:

Hart County Courthouse
P.O. Box 248
117 E South St
Judicial Center
Munfordville, KY 42765
Hours: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. M; 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. T-F CST
Phone: (270) 524 5181
Fax: (270) 524-7202

In Kentucky, including Hart County, the Court of Appeals can watch over any lower court case after 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 Hart County.

NOTE - Regular court records in Hart County can usually be delivered by mail, email, or fax once payment is received. Yet, any official or credentialed files in Hart County can only be delivered via mail.

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Hart County Public Files

Vital records are kept on each and every Hart County citizen. Vital documents are made up of important life events. Marriages, divorces, births and deaths are the most widespread vital files. Hart County plays an important role in getting vital records for the Kentucky state government. Hart County amasses some vital records on behalf of the state government.

Each individual county clerk in Kentucky is in charge of compiling marriage records. The Office of Vital Statistics then collects the documents from clerks, such as the one in Hart County. County clerks have also been in charge of amassing other vital files in the past, such as birth and death files. These county offices, such as the one in Hart County, may have accumulated birth certificates, death certificates, divorce decrees, marriage licenses, divorce certificates, marriage certificates, and more. In the state of Kentucky, every single one of these vital records is stored together in one central registry, including those from Hart County. They can then be used for statistical analysis.

In Hart County, residents can access and copy these vital documents, because they are located in the public domain. Each Hart County resident can access vital documents thanks to the 1976 Kentucky Open Files Act. The last amendment to the Act came in 1994. In order to access records, a Hart County resident must apply at:

County Clerk: ​ Lisa Hensley
200 Main St
Munfordville, KY 42765
Phone: (270) 524-2751
Fax: (270) 524-0458

NOTE - The office only opens between 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Monday to Friday; 9:00 a.m.-ON Saturday CST. A person must have a form of photo ID in order to obtain files in Hart County. Driver's licenses and state IDs are acceptable. Hart County residents must also put any request for documents in writing.