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Lee County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Lee County Background Information

The state of Kentucky features Lee County. In 2010, Lee County had a human population of 7,719, according to a local census. The county seat is Beattyville.

It was formed in 1870.

It was named for Confederate general Robert E. Lee, which probably indicated the politics of the time, although the area of Kentucky where Lee County is located was a pro-union region of Kentucky.

Lee County Arrest Records

In Lee County, arrest documents are also kept on every last crime within the jurisdictional area. Property crime and violent crime makeup the two primary types of crime in Lee County. Back in 2018, there were 0 violent and 7 property crimes across the whole of Lee County.

Lee County Sheriff’s Office
Sheriff: William Simms
256 W Main St
Beattyville, KY 41311
Phone: (606) 464-4140
Fax: (606) 464-4102

Lee County Criminal Files

All sex offenders within Lee County are kept on a register. This includes all offenders either living, working, attending school, or incarcerated in Lee County. This Lee County register is in the public domain. People can locate any nearby sex offenders in Lee County. Incarcerated and non-compliant offenders are also a part of these Lee County searches. In Lee County, there are regularly updated criminal, jail, and inmate documents.

Lee County Court Files

In Lee County, the county courthouse oversees all criminal, family, and civil cases. Lee County court records are monitored by the court clerk. To obtain these files in Lee County, a person must enquire at:

Lee County Courthouse
P.O. Box E
256 Main St, 2nd Fl
Beattyville, KY 41311
Hours: 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. M-F; 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. 1st Sat of month only EST
Phone: (606) 464-8400
Fax: (606) 464-0144

In the state of Kentucky, the Court of Appeals has the power to manage any lower court case in which one party appeals. These lower courts often refer to one of the 120 superior or trial courts found across Kentucky's 120 counties, including Lee County.

NOTE - Average records in Lee County can be delivered by mail, email, or fax. Lee County official documents can only be directed via mail.

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Lee County Public Records

Every last citizen in Lee County and the wider Kentucky state area has vital documents stored on them. Vital files are made up of important life events. These files range from marriage, divorce, death, and birth documents. The Kentucky state government would not be able to obtain these documents without the help of counties such as Lee County. Lee County files some vital files on behalf of the state government.

Kentucky county clerks are in charge of accumulating marriage documents. The Office of Vital Statistics then collects the files from clerks, such as the one in Lee County. County offices, such as the one in Lee County, have also gathered birth/death records in the past. These county offices, such as the one in Lee County, may have amassed birth certificates, death certificates, divorce decrees, marriage licenses, divorce certificates, marriage certificates, and more. All Lee County and wider Kentucky vital files are held in one central registry. They can then be used for statistical analysis.

In Lee County, residents can access and copy these vital documents, because they are located in the public domain. Residents of Lee County have this right thanks to the 1976 Kentucky Open Files Act. The last amendment to the Act came in 1994. In Lee County, a person must request vital files at:

Lee County Clerk: Kimberly A. Noe
256 Main St, Rm 11
Beattyville, KY 41311
Phone: (606) 464-4115
Fax: (606) 464-4102

NOTE - Anyone looking to obtain files in person should be aware that the office opens between 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. EST on Monday to Friday. Photo ID is needed to obtain any files in Lee County. In Lee County, state IDs and driver's licenses are acceptable forms of photo ID. All Lee County requests must also be in writing.