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Laurel County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Laurel County Arrest Records?

Arrest records in Laurel County are documents that summarize a person’s arrest history. They may also provide details of property confiscations (if any). Arrest records are public records meaning individuals can access these records under state laws. The Laurel County Sheriff’s Office maintains arrest records. Persons who need to access arrest records can contact the office at:

203, S Broad St # 1
London, KY, 40741
Phone: (606) 864-6600

What are Laurel County Crime Statistics?

In 2018, There were 275,931 reported felonies in the state of Kentucky. At least 1 felony offense was committed every 2 minutes and there was at least 1 murder every day. At least 1 car was stolen and 1 person was raped every hour. At least 1 robbery was committed every 3 hours.
According to data provided by the Kentucky State Police, a crime is committed in laurel county approximately every 3 hours. The rate of violent crime in Laurel County in 2018 was 119 crimes per 100,000 residents. This is almost half the rate of violent crime in the state which is 216 crimes per 100,000 residents.

What are Laurel County Criminal Records?

Criminal records are documents that summarize a person’s offense history. In Kentucky, criminal records are not the same as arrest records, although both records are quite similar. Arrest records do not contain information about criminal convictions, dropped charges, and or dismissed charges. The Laurel County Sheriff maintains arrest records in the state, and these records are available upon request under the Kentucky Open Records Law. Criminal documentations from other agencies such as the London Police Department, county courts, and the county correctional facility are also available at the County Sheriff’s Office.

How Do I Get County Criminal Records?

Interested parties can contact the Laurel County Sheriff’s Office for criminal records. The state laws do not oblige citizens to state a reason for records requests. The office and contact addresses of the County Sheriff is:

203, S Broad St # 1
London, KY, 40741
Phone: (606) 864-6600

The County Sheriff has an obligation to intimate requesters about any delays or difficulties in granting records requests. In most cases, the County Sheriff may face difficulties in accessing a person’s criminal record if requesters do not provide adequate information. Laurel County residents can file for complaints if they feel the office is deliberately denying their request.

How to Find Laurel County Sex Offender Information

Laurel County sex offender information is available as a database called the Kentucky Sex Offender Registry, and persons who need this information can access it online. Information about sex offenders from other counties is also available to Lauren County residents. Anyone in Kentucky can access sex offenders’ information by name, street address, city, county, and zip code. Persons can also track sex offenders living close to them. The Kentucky State Police is the agency responsible for publishing sex offender information. The agency aims to protect citizens from the dangers sex offenders may pose. Therefore, Kentucky residents are encouraged to make the most of this free access to sex offender information.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Laurel County Jail?

Visitation hours at Laurel County jail fall between 8:00 a.m. and 10:30 p.m. every day. Individuals must schedule visits six hours before the visitation period. Anyone who fails to register, who does not tender a valid means of identification, or under the influence of alcohol or drug will not receive permission to visit.

The facility allows two up to two visits per week to each inmate except disciplinary separated inmates. Only two persons can visit an inmate at a time, and the duration of each visit is thirty minutes. The first two-thirty minutes of visitation are free. Persons can visit inmates remotely or by visiting the facility at:

204, W 4th St.
London, KY, 40741

Anyone who wishes to visit an inmate must create an account and tender necessary information and a valid means of identification. After the successful creation of the inmate’s account, visitors can schedule an appointment.

Where and How to Find Inmate Information

Inmate information for offenders housed in Laurel County jail can be obtained via the jail roster. Details available on the jail roster include:

  • Name.
  • Race,
  • Mugshot,
  • Age.
  • The crime committed,
  • Bail bond

Persons can also search inmates by inputting personal information. Requesters can also obtain information by contacting the jail facility at (606) 878-9431. The phone line is active throughout the day.

Court Records

What are Laurel County Court Records?

Court records in Laurel County detail essential court information that may be open to the public or only to specific individuals. Court records containing non-confidential information such as criminal prosecutions, civil lawsuits, and small claims are available to the public. Court records containing confidential information such as some lawsuit settlements and prenuptial agreements are unavailable to the public. At Laurel County, the Clerk of Courts serves as the court administrator tasked with maintaining all court records. Anyone in need of court records will need to write to the County Clerk to search or obtain copies of court records. The office address and contact information of the County Clerk of Courts are:

305, South Main Street
London, KY, 40741
Phone: (606) 330-2079

Location of All Courts in Laurel County

Laurel County Circuit Court
Laurel County Judicial Center
305, South Main Street
P.O. Box 1798
London, KY, 40741
Phone: (606) 330-2079
Fax: (606) 330-2084

Laurel County District Court
Laurel County Judicial Center
305, South Main Street
P.O. Box 1798
London, KY, 40741
Phone: (606) 330-2055
Fax: (606) 330-2084

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Vital Records

What are Laurel County Vital Records?

Vital records in Laurel County depict events that are essential in a person’s life. They contain sensitive information that is not available to the general populace under state laws. Individuals who can access vital records include record owners, close relatives of the record owners, and legal attorneys.

The Kentucky Department of Public Health maintains vital records. Eligible persons who need vital records can write to the office for copies. The office and contact address are:

275, East Main Street 1E-A
Frankfort, KY, 40621
Phone:(502) 564-4212

At the county level, the Clerk of Laurel County Court has vital records. Individuals who need county vital records can forward a request to the office via mail, phone, or by picking up a form at the Clerk’s Office. The office address:

305, South Main Street
London, KY, 40741
Phone: (606) 330-2079

Where and How to Get Laurel County Divorce and Marriage Records

Marriage and divorce records since June 1958 are available at the Kentucky Department of Public Health to eligible individuals. The fee for a copy is $6. Individuals can purchase a copy via phone or fax. The office and contact address of the state’s public health department is:

275, East Main Street 1E-A
Frankfort, KY, 40621
Phone:(502) 564-4212

Persons will need to submit a valid means of identification upon request. Marriage and divorce records are only available to persons who meet the requirements for eligibility.

At the county level, the Clerk of Laurel County Court has marriage and divorce records of persons who obtained their license in the county. Laurel County residents who obtained licensing in another county can only request marriage and divorce records at the state’s health department.

Where and How to Get Laurel County Birth Records

Birth records are available at the Kentucky Department of Public Health. Copies of birth records since January 11 are available at the office. Each copy costs $10, and payment is by a personal check or money order. For stillbirths, a copy costs $6, and the state office also keeps records since January 1911. The same method of application applies to stillbirth records. The office address of the Kentucky Department of Public Health is:

275, East Main Street 1E-A
Frankfort, KY, 40621
Phone:(502) 564-4212

Where and How to Get Laurel County Death Records

Kentucky State (and by implication, Laurel County) death records are available at the Kentucky Department of Public Health. Eligible citizens can request copies at $6 each. Requesters must direct payment to the Kentucky State Treasurer via a personal check or money order. Persons in need of records can request directly by visiting the office of the Vital Statistics division located at:

275, East Main Street 1E-A
Frankfort, KY, 40621
Phone:(502) 564-4212