Cortland County, NY Arrest Records and Warrants

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Performing a warrant search in Cortland County is frustrating because of the lack of online resources. Neither the Sheriff’s Office nor the court system has an online database for researching arrest warrants or court records. Therefore, obtaining information about active warrants in Cortland County requires actual legwork. The Sheriff’s Office does provide links on its website for the NYS 100 Most Wanted Fugitives list, the New York State Offender Registry, and the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list. Beyond this, you will need to visit the Clerk of Court’s office and the Sheriff’s Office to obtain information about arrest warrants and court cases.

The Sheriff’s Office is located at 54 Greenbush Street in Cortland, NY 13045 (telephone: 607-758-5599). Ask to speak with someone in the records division to request information about outstanding warrants, arrest records, and criminal history background reports. There may be fees associated with arrest warrant searches and copies of records, so you may want to call before visiting the Sheriff’s Office. The office may also have special procedures and hours that you will want to be aware of before going in person to do your warrant search.

To search for criminal cases and obtain copies of court records, you must go to each of the courts that issue arrest warrants for Cortland County. The Supreme Court and the County Court are located at 46 Greenbush Street, Suite 301 in Cortland, NY 13045 (telephone: 607-753-5013). You should also check for arrest warrants with the Cortland City Court, located in City Hall at 25 Court Street, Cortland, NY 13045 (telephone: 607-428-5420). You may want to call before you go to each court to ask about copy fees and procedures for the public to search court records.

Cortland County, NY crime data

Over ten years from 1998 through 2008, crime rates increased in Cortland County by six percent. Unfortunately, the level of violent crimes rose by approximately fifty percent for the same period. Even though violent crimes rose at such an alarming rate, only one murder occurred during this time in Cortland County.

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