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Trumbull County, OH Public Records

Trumbull County, Ohio, is home to the birthplace and childhood home of the 29th President of the United States, Warren G. Harding. Trumbull County public records are available to all requesters per the Ohio Open Records Law. Record seekers may access vital records from the Warren City Health Department. The department provides birth and death records from December 1909 to the present. Record seekers may complete and submit a request form and pay the required fees to obtain the certificate. The office charges a fee and accepts requests in person or via mail. Older birth and death records are available from the Trumbull County Archives and Records Center. Record seekers may contact or visit the archives to inquire about obtaining the documents. Marriage records are available at the Trumbull County Probate Court. The court keeps marriage records online and accessible to the public through the Probate Court View. Individuals may contact the Court Clerk to inquire about obtaining copies of marriage records. Divorce records are also accessible from the County Clerk of Courts at a fee. The office accepts mail and in-person requests. Mail requests must go to the Family Court Clerk’s address. Trumbull County property records are available from the Trumbull County Auditor Office. The office provides a property search tool for public record seekers with two options; a real estate search and a manufactured homes search.

Courts in Trumbull County

Court Records in Trumbull County, Ohio

Trumbull County court records are for the highest trial court in the county, the 11th District Court of Appeals, two County Courts, the Court of Common Pleas, two Mayor’s Courts, and four Municipal Courts. Record seekers may access case files for the Court of Common Pleas, 11th District Court of Appeals, and Domestic Relations court from the Clerk of Courts Office. The clerk’s website provides a CourtView portal for public record seekers. Alternatively, individuals may request copies of the documents from the clerk at a fee in person or via postage. Court records for other courts in the county are available at the courthouses. Record seekers may visit or send requests to the courthouse to acquire case files.

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141 South Street S.E.
15 East State Street

Jails and Prisons in Trumbull County

Find Inmate Search and Jail Records in Trumbull County, Ohio

Trumbull County inmate records are available through the Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office. The Sheriff’s Office manages and keeps records for the primary correctional facility, the Trumbull County Jail. The Corrections Division of the county sheriff provides access to information about current and past inmates through the online Inmate Roster Search. Record seekers can search the roster by name, age, status, race, and gender. Each inmate profile provides a mugshot, physical attributes, date of birth, name, booking date, list of offenses, current housing, and the arresting agency. The division also provides a Detailed Inmate Information link for authorized personnel only. Trumbull County has four jails and prisons, with one jail and prison per 154 square miles. The county ranks 36th in jails and prisons per square mile.

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Police Departments and Sheriff Offices in Trumbull County

Arrest Records in Trumbull County, Ohio

Trumbull County arrest records are accessible from the County Sheriff’s Office. Record seekers may request accident and incident reports from the office via email by filling out and submitting an Incident Report Form. The form requires details such as the location of the incident, city/township/village, type of incident, report number, and the requester’s name and email address. Individuals may also make accident report requests through the Crash Retrieval Portal provided by the Ohio Department of Public Safety. Trumbull County has 30 police departments, with one police department per 20 square miles. The county ranks 12th in the state in police departments per square mile. Trumbull County has a crime rate of 30.08 per 1,000 residents.

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