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Pulaski County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Pulaski County Arrest Records?

Pulaski County criminal records are the official documents containing information on an individual’s criminal and crime-related activities in the county. The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department, which is the primary law enforcement agency in Pulaski County, is in charge of documenting arrest records within the county.

Crime Statistics

The Kentucky State Police (KSP) compiles annual reports of crime statistics in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The annual reports are a compilation of crime rate data submitted by local law enforcement agencies in the state. The 2018 report showed that there was a total number of 1,350 crimes reported in Pulaski County. This number includes 450 violent crimes and 900 property crimes. The violent crimes reported include 8 murders, 84 rapes, 18 robberies, and 340 aggravated assaults. The property crimes reported include 249 burglaries, 497 larcenies, 151 motor vehicle thefts, and 3 arsons.

The 2018 crime figures represent a significant decline in the total crime rate in the county over a 5-year period. Between 2014 and 2018, there was a decline in the total rates of 4 out of 8 major crimes in Pulaski County. Robbery, burglary, larceny, and arson rates decreased by 38%, 46%, 61%, and 50% respectively. On the other hand, murder, rape, aggravated assault, and motor vehicle theft increased by 60%, 59%, 87%, and 123% respectively.

What are Pulaski County Criminal Records?

Criminal records are the official documents detailing criminal activities within the state. Pulaski County criminal records are processed by the county’s Sheriff’s office and the state law enforcement agency. The Kentucky State Police (KSP) and Kentucky Administrative Office of Courts (AOC) are state bodies that provide the public with access to criminal background reports within the state.

How Do I Get Pulaski County Criminal Records?

The Kentucky State Police processes name-based and fingerprint-based criminal background checks. Any interested person can carry out name-based checks on another person, with the authorization of the person whose criminal record is to be checked. Persons with criminal records and statutorily authorized bodies and agencies can carry out fingerprint-based checks.

Fingerprints are not required for name-based checks. These checks can only be done via mail. Mail-in requests can be made by filling out any of the appropriate forms below:

A $20 fee is required for each request, payable through money order or check. To carry out a fingerprint-based check, interested persons should visit the Changes to Fingerprint Check and utilize any of the available and accessible means provided by the KSP. The AOC also provides the public with access to criminal records background checks for $20-25 per check. Requests can be made online, via mail, or in person.

Online checks can be done with the two online portals provided by the AOC. They are AOCFastCheck and One-Time Request. Required information requested on these portals should be provided by a requester in order to obtain criminal record reports.

Mail-in and in-person requests can be made by completing the AOC-RU-004 form. This form, accompanied with payment and a valid ID, should be submitted via mail or in-person to:

Administrative Office of the Courts
Records Unit
1001 Vandalay Drive
Frankfort, KY 40601
(502) 573-1682
(800) 928-6381.

Acceptable means of payment include Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover, credit cards, and most debit cards. Payment can also be made with checks and money orders made payable to the Kentucky State Treasurer.

How to Find Pulaski County Sex Offender Information

In accordance with the KRS 17.580, the KSP processes sex offender information for the Commonwealth of Kentucky. This sex offender information is accessible by the public in order to ensure public safety and awareness to notify the public of possible danger from sex offenders. The sex offender registry can be searched by using one or more of the following information:

  • Sex offender’s number
  • Name
  • Street address
  • City
  • County
  • ZIP code

The Neighborhood Map can also be used to locate multiple sex offenders in a particular area by using the street address, city, ZIP code, radius, or county.

Where and How to Find Pulaski County Inmate Information

The Pulaski County Detention Center manages a regularly updated Pulaski County Inmate Roster. This roster provides the names of inmates and their various booking dates.

How do I Visit an Inmate in Pulaski County Jail?

The Pulaski County Detention Center is located at:

300 Hail Knob Road
Somerset, KY 42503
Phone: (606) 678-0130
Fax: (606) 678-2050

This detention center works with the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office, Somerset Police Department, Burnside Police Department, Science Hill Police Department, Eubank Police Department, Ferguson Police Department, and the Kentucky State Police.

The detention center provides interested persons with information about the various services in the center on Connecting with Inmates. This includes information on making deposits into an inmate’s account, contacting an inmate through phone calls, video visitation rules and hours, and messaging and photo sharing.

What are Pulaski County Court Records?

Pulaski County court records are public records that can be requested and accessed by members of the public. The Pulaski County Circuit Court Clerk is the custodian of both Circuit Court records and District Court records. To obtain either of these court records, an interested requester should submit a written application to:

Pulaski County Circuit Court Clerk
Pulaski County Court of Justice
50 Public Square
P.O. Box 664
Somerset, KY 42502-0664
Phone: (606) 677-4029

Location of all Courts in Pulaski County

Pulaski County has just one Circuit Court and one District Court. The Circuit Court has general jurisdiction over all civil and criminal cases but generally only handles cases that are beyond the jurisdiction of District Courts. The District Court has limited jurisdiction over certain types of civil and criminal cases. Below are the addresses and contact information of all the courthouses in Pulaski County, Kentucky:

Pulaski County Circuit Court
Pulaski County Court of Justice
50 Public Square
P.O. Box 664
Somerset, KY 42502
Phone: (606) 677-4029
Fax: (606) 677-4002

Pulaski County District Court
Pulaski County Judicial Center
50 Public Square
P.O. Box 664
Somerset, KY 42502
Phone: (606) 677-4029
Fax: (606) 677-4002

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What are Pulaski County Vital Records

Pulaski County vital records are files detailing and documenting life events that occured within the county. Vital records include birth, marriage, divorce, and death records. Divorce and marriage records are maintained by the Pulaski County Clerk. The Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics of the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services maintains all vital records, including marriage, divorce, birth, and death records, on a statewide basis.

Where and How to Get Pulaski County Divorce Records

Pulaski County divorce records can be obtained from the Pulaski County Clerk. To request this record, a written request should be submitted, providing the following information:

  • The full names of the divorced parties
  • The place of the divorce
  • The date of the divorce
  • The full name and contact information of the requester
  • Mailing address of the requester
  • Number of copies required

This written request should be submitted in person or via mail to:

Pulaski County Clerk
100 North Main Street, Room 208
Somerset, KY 42502

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 739
Somerset, KY 42502
Monday - Friday; between 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Phone: (606) 679-2042
Fax: (606) 678-0073

The Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics also processes certified copies of divorce records in the state from June 1958 to date. To request certified copies of divorce records, complete the Application for a Certified Copy of Marriage/Divorce Certificate. Payment, a valid ID of the requester and this completed form should be submitted in person or via mail to:

Office of Vital Statistics
275 East Main Street 1E-A
Frankfort, KY 40621

Where and How to Get Pulaski County Marriage Records

Pulaski County marriage records are maintained by the Pulaski County Clerk. Individuals interested in making marriage record requests should make a written request providing the following information:

  • The full names of the married couple
  • The place of the marriage
  • The date of the marriage
  • The full name and contact information of the requester
  • Mailing address of the requester
  • Number of copies required

The written request should be submitted to:

Pulaski County Clerk
100 North Main Street, Room 208
Somerset, KY 42502

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 739
Somerset, KY 42502
Monday - Friday; between 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Phone: (606) 679-2042
Fax: (606) 678-0073

The Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics administers a central system of statewide divorce records from June 1958 till date. Individuals interested in requesting divorce records should fill out the Application for a Certified Copy of Marriage/Divorce Certificate. The filled-out form, along with payment and a valid ID, should be submitted in person or via mail to:

Office of Vital Statistics
275 East Main Street 1E-A
Frankfort, KY 40621

These requests cost $6 per certified record requested, this can be paid through money order or check made payable to the Kentucky State Treasurer.

Where and How to Get Pulaski County Birth Records

Birth records from 1911 to date in the Commonwealth of Kentucky are maintained by the Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics. Requests to obtain birth records can be made by filling out the Application for a Certified Copy of Birth Certificate. The filled-out form, along with proof of relationship, payment, and a valid ID, should be submitted via mail or in person to:

Office of Vital Statistics
275 East Main Street 1E-A
Frankfort, KY 40621

Requests for birth records cost $10 per copy. This fee is payable via check or money order.

Where and How to Get Pulaski County Death Records

The Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics serves as the central repository of death records from 1911 to date in the state. To request death records, a requester should complete the Application for a Certified Copy of Death Certificate, The completed form, accompanied with proof of relationship, payment, and a valid ID, should be submitted via mail or in person to:

Office of Vital Statistics
275 East Main Street 1E-A
Frankfort, KY 40621