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Taylor County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Taylor County Background Information

The state of Kentucky contains Taylor County. There were 24,512 people in Taylor County in 2010. Campbellsville is the current county seat in Taylor County.

It was organized in 1848.

It was named for United States Army General Zachary Taylor, later President of the United States.

The Campbellsville Micropolitan Statistical Area includes all of Taylor County.

Taylor County Arrest Records

In Taylor County, arrest files are also kept on each individual crime within the jurisdictional area. Taylor County crimes are split up into property crime and violent crime. Back in 2018, there were 11 violent and 188 property crimes across the whole of Taylor County.

Taylor County Sheriff’s Office
Sheriff: Allen Newton
203 N. Court Street
Campbellsville, KY 42718
Phone: (270) 465-4351

Taylor County Criminal Documents

A register is kept for all sex offenders in Taylor County. This register includes any offender incarcerated, attending school, living, or working in Taylor County. This register is in the public domain. People in Taylor County can do a search for any sex offenders within a certain distance of their home. Non-compliant and jailed offenders are also included in these Taylor County searches.

All criminal, jail, and inmate records in Taylor County are kept up to date.

Taylor County Court Records

In Taylor County, the county courthouse oversees all criminal, family, and civil cases. Taylor County court files are monitored by the court clerk. Residents looking for documents in Taylor County can obtain a copy of court record in person at:

Taylor County Courthouse
300 E Main St
Campbellsville, KY 42718
Hours: 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F; 8:00 a.m. N 2nd Sat of month EST
Phone: (270) 465-6686
Fax: (270) 789-4356

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 in question refer to the 120 superior or trial courts across the 120 counties in Kentucky, such as Taylor County.

NOTE - Typical files can be shipped to the requested by fax, email, or mail. Taylor County official documents can only be delivered via mail.

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Taylor County Public Documents

In Kentucky state, files called vital files are kept on every single resident within the jurisdiction. These vital records contain a person's most important milestone life events. These files might include marriage, divorce, death, and birth files. The Kentucky state government would not be able to acquire these records without the help of counties such as Taylor County. In Kentucky, counties such as Taylor County are in charge of getting some vital documents, before sending them on to the state.

Each and every county clerk in Kentucky is in charge of obtaining marriage records. The Office of Vital Statistics then collects the documents from clerks, such as the one in Taylor County. In the past, county offices in Kentucky have also been tasked with amassing birth and death files. County clerks in Taylor County may have collected the following at some stage: birth certificates, death certificates, divorce decrees, marriage licenses, divorce certificates, marriage certificates, and more. One central Kentucky registry holds all state vital documents. These vital files can be used later on for statistical analysis.

These vital files are in the public domain and so can be accessed by Taylor County residents. Residents of Taylor County have this right thanks to the 1976 Kentucky Open Documents Act. The Act was amended in 1994. A person in Taylor County can obtain copies in person at:

Taylor County Clerk: Mark Carney
203 N Court St, #5
Campbellsville, KY 42718-2298
Phone: (270) 465-6677
Fax: (270) 789-1144

NOTE - On the other hand, a person must visit the Taylor County office between 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F; 8:00 a.m.-N Sat EST in order to obtain a copy. Photo ID is also needed for any Taylor County citizen looking for documents. In Taylor County, this may include a driver's license or state ID. Each and every request must be in writing in Taylor County.