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Scott County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Scott County Arrest Records?

Scott county arrest records include documents that contain the crimes and charges of offenders in the county. These records are compiled by law enforcement agencies in the state. Scott county records also include information on active warrants issued and the solved-crime rate in the county. Interested persons in Scott county may obtain arrest records by contacting the office of the County Sheriff.

Crime Statistics

The Kentucky State Police compiles and publishes crime statistics for counties in the state. According to its 2018 crime report, Scott county recorded a total of 3585 offenses, out of which 1407 of the cases were cleared. The significant crimes reported include 86 pornography offenses 107 motor vehicle thefts, 1053 larceny offenses, 163 burglary offenses, 28 robberies, 683 assault offenses, 85 counterfeiting/forgery offenses, 312 vandalism of property offenses, 690 drug/narcotic offenses, 177 fraud offenses, 20 kidnaps, 53 sex offenses, 62 stolen property offenses, and 47 weapon law violations.

What are Scott County Criminal Records?

Scott county criminal records are documents containing the criminal history information of citizens. Alongside the duty of providing law enforcement services to the citizens of Scott County, the Scott County Sheriff is responsible for generating and disseminating criminal records within the county. However, the Kentucky Court of Justice is the central repository of criminal history information in the state.

How Do I Get Scott County Criminal Records?

The office of the Scott County Sheriff processes criminal records within the state. The Scott County Sheriff is available on all business days, excluding holidays from 8 a.m to 4:30 p.m. Requesting parties may submit applications for criminal records at:

Scott County Sheriff’s Office
Fiscal Court Building
120 N. Hamilton
Georgetown KY 40324
Phone: (502) 863-7855

Interested persons may also access county criminal records and perform background checks at the Kentucky Court of Justice by completing the criminal records request form and submitting it together with the required fee. The records are available to individuals, licensing agencies, businesses, government establishments, and others for a $25 fee, payable to the Kentucky State Treasurer by check or money order. Requests may be submitted in person or via mail to the address below:

Administrative Office of the Courts
Records Unit,
1001 Vandalay Drive
Frankfort, KY 406015

How to Find Scott County Sex Offender Information

The Kentucky State Police provides a Sex Offender Registry where the public may access information on sex offenders within the state, including Scott county. Interested persons may search the registry to ascertain the current location of the sex offender, using the full name of the offender. Citizens may also search for a specific location for the sex offenders within the area.

How do I Visit an Inmate in Scott County Jail?

The Scott County Detention Center manages inmate services in the county, such as jail visitation, commissary services, and inmate mail services. Intending visitors may schedule visits on the phone or in-person between Monday and Friday, 9 a.m to 1 p.m. at least one day before the actual appointment. The approved days for visitation are Wednesdays and Saturdays. The maximum number of visitations allowed in a week is two, and each session will last for a maximum of 30 minutes. A minor must be accompanied by an adult during visitations. All visitors must have a valid government-issued ID. The facility is located at:

Scott County Detention Center
130 N. Court Street,
Georgetown Ky, 40324
Phone: (502) 863-7880
Fax: (502) 867-3727

Where and How to Find Scott County Inmate Information

The Online Inmate Roster, under the inmate lookup section, provides access to information on inmates detained in the county jail. The portal has a list of inmates that are currently in detention, as well as their booking information, charges, and arrest details. The inmates’ list is arranged in alphabetical order, but interested persons may search by first name, last name, or an alias.

What are Scott County Court Records?

Scott County court records include documents on court cases heard in the County Court. The County Circuit Court Clerk maintains the court records in the county, and as such, interested persons may obtain copies of these records by sending an application to the Clerk of Court where proceedings took place. Requests for court records may be submitted in-person at:

Scott County Justice Center
119 N. Hamilton St.
Georgetown, KY 40324
Phone: (502) 863-0474

The method of payment for record fees includes; credit card, cash, money order, or check, but out-of-state checks are not accepted.

Location of all Courts in Scott County

Scott County Circuit Court
119 North Hamilton Street
Georgetown, KY 40324
Phone: (502) 863-0474
Fax: (502) 863-9089

Scott County District Court
119 North Hamilton Street
Georgetown, KY 40324
Phone: (502) 863-0474
Fax: (502) 863-9089

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

What are Scott County Vital Records?

Vital records in Scott county include marriage, divorce, birth, and death records. The Office of Vital Statistics under the Department of Public Health serves as the primary repository for vital records. In addition to collating and preserving vital records, the office also disseminates the records to eligible persons that request it. Generally, eligible persons include parties to the record and any other persons that can provide the required information. Requesting parties may obtain marriage and divorce records before June 1958 at the office of the County Court Clerk, where proceedings took place.

Where and How to Get Scott County Divorce and Marriage Records

The Vital Statistics office processes requests for certified or uncertified divorce and marriage records in Scott county. The office has documentation of all marriage and divorce certificates dated as far back as June 1958 to the date. The requests may be submitted via mail or in-person, together with the required fee paid by mail or in person at the office. Applications submitted via mail take up to 30 working days to process. The information necessary for processing a request includes:

  • Full name of both parties
  • Date of the marriage or divorce, including the month, day, and year.
  • The county where the marriage or divorce was finalized

The records fee, $6 per copy, is payable to the Kentucky State Treasurer by check or money order. It should be submitted together with the request application to:

Office of Vital Statistics
Frankfort, KY 40621
275 E Main St. IE-A
(800) 241-8322.

Marriage and Divorce Application (English)Marriage & Divorce Application (Spanish)

For mail-in requests, requestors should specify the address where the Office of Vital Statistics should mail the requested record, the phone number where the requestor can be reached, and the number of copies requested. The Scott County Court Clerk also provides access to marriage and divorce records within the county. To obtain records from the county court, citizens may visit the county clerk:

Scott County Circuit Court
119 North Hamilton Street
Georgetown, KY 40324
Phone: (502) 863-0474
Fax: (502) 863-9089

Where and How to Get Scott County Birth Records

Requestors may access birth records in Scott county by querying the Office of Vital Statistics by mail or in-person. The Office of Vital Statistics has a compilation of birth records from 1911 to the date. It may take up to 30 working days to process requests submitted via mail. The necessary information for treating a birth record request includes:

  • Full name of the subject of the record
  • The year, month, and day of birth
  • Mother’s maiden name
  • Father’s name
  • The county of birth

The $10 fee per certified copy of a birth record or $6 per certified copy of a stillbirth record is to be paid to the Kentucky State Treasurer by money order or check and then submitted together with the request application to the address below

Office of Vital Statistics
Frankfort, KY 40621
275 E Main St. IE-A
(800) 241-8322.

Birth Certificate ApplicationNacimiento-Birth Certificate Application (Spanish)Stillbirth Certificate ApplicationMuerte Fetal - Stillbirth Certificate Application (Spanish)

Where and How to Get Scott County Death Records

Requesting parties may obtain certified death records in Scott county by completing the request application form and submitting it to the Office of Vital Statistics in-person or by mail together with a $6 fee. The Office of Vital Statistics has documentation of death records dated as far back as 1911 to the present. The required information for processing a death record request includes:

  • Full name of the deceased
  • The year, month, and day of death
  • The county of death

Requests should be sent to:

Office of Vital Statistics
Frankfort, KY 40621
275 E Main St. IE-A
(800) 241-8322.