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Oldham County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Oldham County Arrest Records?

Oldham arrest records are official documents that show details of individual apprehension on a suspected crime. An arrest record contains information such as the booking date and nature of the crime committed, and the Oldham County Sheriff's office handles the records.

Oldham County Crime Statistics

The Kentucky State Police is tasked with collating accurate crime data, which is forwarded to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. From reports between 2015 and 2016, Kentucky State had a 4.3% rise in violent crimes rate, 18% rise in murder and non-negligent manslaughter cases, 1.7% rise in robbery cases, and 7.0% rise in aggravated assault cases. Property crimes had a decrease of 0.4%; -7.5% in burglary cases, -1.0 in larceny-theft cases, and +25.5 in motor vehicle cases. Cases of rape also decreased by -0.2%. According to the Criminal Justice Information Service Division, between the years 2017 and 2018. The State of Kentucky had a percentage change of -8.0% cases of violent crimes, -7.9% cases of murder and non-negligent manslaughter, -6.1% in rape cases, -17.2% in robbery cases and -3.5% in aggravated assault cases.

What are Oldham County Criminal Records?

Oldham County criminal records are official information of charges and offenses committed by a person against the law. It involves reports of convictions in the county jurisdiction, and it is made available online, but in exceptional cases, some are made confidential. Criminal records in Oldham County are maintained through the Sheriff's office and by the Kentucky Law Enforcement Council.

How Do I Get Oldham County Criminal Records?

Interested members of the public can obtain criminal records by visiting the Oldham County Sheriff's office or sending a written request. The Oldham County Detention Center also grants access to criminal records by inputting offenders' last names on the Oldham County Jail search portal. Written requests should be sent to Oldham Sheriff's office at:

Fiscal Court Building
100 W. Jefferson Street, Suite 2
La Grange, KY 40031
Phone: (502) 222-9501
Fax: (502) 222-3206

How To Find Oldham County Sex Offender Information

The Oldham County Sheriff's Office maintains sex offender information. To locate Sex Offender information in Oldham County, visit the Sheriff's office or use the MobilePatrol App. Another method to view Oldham County sex offender information is through the Kentucky State Police Sex Offender Registry. Interested individuals will need to provide the offender's last name, city, and ZIP code, which allows for easy tracking and search for the sex offender. Oldham County Sheriff's Office can be contacted through the address below:

100 W Jefferson St # 2,
La Grange, KY 40031

How do I Visit an Inmate in Oldham County Jail?

The Oldham County Jail allows for visitations on certain days, which excludes Mondays and Wednesdays. Visitation hours start from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. during weekends and from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays. Inmates are allowed a 140-minute visit per week. To schedule a visitation appointment, interested individuals must contact the main switchboard on (502) 222-3500 or the Oldham County Jail in advance through the following address:

100 West Jefferson Street, Suite 4
La Grange, KY 40031

Where And How To Find Oldham County Inmate Information

The Oldham County Sheriff maintains Oldham County inmate records, and members of the public can access these records by visiting the Sheriff's office or the jailbase portal. The JailTracker is another online search tool to find inmate information in the Oldham County Detention Center. Inmate details provided are the name of the criminal, type of offense committed, and conviction information.

What are Oldham County Court Records?

Oldham County court records are official documents maintained by the Oldham County Clerk and contain compiled information on criminal and civil cases sourced from court judgments and proceedings. Court records can be acquired by querying the County Clerk Office or in person.

Location of all Courts in Oldham County

Addresses and contact details of all courthouses in Oldham County are stated below:

Oldham County Circuit Court
Oldham County Courthouse
100 West Main Street
La Grange, KY, 40031
Phone: (502) 222-9837
Fax: (502) 222-3047

Oldham County District Court
Oldham County Courthouse
100 West Main Street
La Grange, KY 40031
Phone: (502) 222-5621
Fax: (502) 222-3047

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What Are Oldham County Vital Records

Oldham County vital records are documents that involve significant moments of a person's life, such as birth, death, divorce, and marriage. In Oldham County, most vital records are available to the public except for sealed records. Oldham County vital records are maintained and obtained at the Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics at a specific cost, which varies depending on the type of record being requested.

Where And How To Get Oldham County Divorce Records

Oldham County divorce records are processed and preserved by the Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics. Interested persons can get access to divorce records in person or through a completed request form sent to the Kentucky Department for Public Health. Online orders are made only through the VitalChek Network, and mail orders take 30 working days for processing. Information required includes the full name of the first and second party, date of divorce, and county where the divorce license was issued. A certified copy of the divorce certificate costs $6.00, as well as additional copies. The filled Oldham County divorce records application form must be mailed to:

Office of Vital Statistics
275 E. Main St., 1E-A
Frankfort, KY 40621

Where And How To Get Oldham County Marriage Records

Oldham County marriage records are maintained by the Oldham County Clerk through the Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics and are available online through the VitalChek webpage. However, interested persons can also pay a visit to the Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics or order through the mail, which involves completing an application form. Oldham County marriage records can be acquired at a fee of $6.00 and $6.00 for extra copies. Money order or check must be sent to the Kentucky State Treasurer coupled with the required information at:

Office of Vital Statistics
275 E. Main St., 1E-A
Frankfort, KY 40621

Where And How To Get Oldham County Birth Records

The Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics maintains Oldham County birth records. Official birth certificates can be acquired in person, online, by phone, and through the mail. Inquirers through the mail must fill the printable application form, and send it to:

Office of Vital Statistics
275 E. Main St., 1E-A
Frankfort, KY 40621

Information required includes the father and mother's name, registrant's full name, date, and mother's maiden name. A fee of $10 is charged for the certified copy and $10 for extra duplicates.

Where And How To Get Oldham County Death Records

The Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics is charged with the task of maintaining death records in Oldham County. The fee charged for certified copies of Oldham County death records is $6, and the same cost applies for additional copies. On the Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics webpage, an application form is available, which helps requesters apply for death records by mail. The form must be filled out completely and mailed to:

Office of Vital Statistics
275 E. Main St., 1E-A
Frankfort, KY 40621