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New Hanover County, NC Public Records

New Hanover County Public records include paper documents, maps, photographs, digital recordings, or electronic data generated by governmental bodies. These are accessible to all requesters, provided there are no legal restrictions. The North Carolina Vital Records Office provides divorce, marriage, birth, and death certificates for New Hanover County. Copies of divorce records from 1958 are available at the office for $24 per copy. Requesters who need divorce records that occurred before 1958 can visit the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court. The office also holds marriage certificates from 1962 to the present, death certificates from 1930 to the present, and birth certificates from 1913 to the present. The copies also cost $24 per copy. Requesters can also access birth, death, and marriage certificates from the New Hanover County Register of Deeds. Certified copies from this office cost $10 plus a $1 processing fee, with uncertified copies available for $1 each. Requests can be made in-person or online through the NCVitals or Getcertificatenow websites. New Hanover County property records are public and can be accessed through the Register of Deeds.

Courts in New Hanover County

Court Records in New Hanover County, North Carolina

New Hanover Court records are public, provided there are no legal exemptions. The records entail court dockets, transcripts, notes, calendars, and judgments. These records are accessible through the self-service terminal located at the office of the County Clerk of the Superior Court. The terminal allows requesters to search for cases using either the case number or the names of the witnesses, defendant, or victim. A fee of $0.50 will be charged, with an additional $11 for certified documents. Some records are considered confidential, though, as the cases contain juvenile information, abuse, or ongoing criminal investigations. Interested parties do have access to a North Carolina Sex Offender Registry, though, to obtain information on registered sex offenders. This sex offender’s registry provides a valuable tool to search for offenders near your address by utilizing their name, zip code, or Sex Registration Number.

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Jails and Prisons in New Hanover County

Find Inmate Search and Jail Records in New Hanover County, North Carolina

New Hanover County inmate records are available to all record seekers. The records include the inmate’s physical information, mugshots, charges, sentencing, and detaining information kept on the search tool. The New Hanover Correctional Center (NCDPS) operates under the North Carolina Department of Corrections. The department regularly releases a list of the names of its current inmates and the specific locations where they are being held. Inmates in the regular population are allowed to have visitors on Saturday. Each visit is limited to a maximum of two hours. Only three visitors are allowed per visit, and minors must be accompanied by parents or legal guardians. They also have to adhere to all facility regulations, like wearing appropriate clothing and arriving to visits half an hour before time. New Hanover County is home to 4 Jails & Prisons, serving 219,866 people in 192 square miles. The county ranks 83rd of 100 counties in Jails & Prisons per capita.

Jails and Prisons Name:
3950 Juvenile Center Road
Castle Hayne

Police Departments and Sheriff Offices in New Hanover County

Arrest Records in New Hanover County, North Carolina

New Hanover County arrest records are considered public under North Carolina statute 15A-304. It is also provided there are no legal restrictions. Arrest records form part of an arrestee's criminal history. The records contain information about the arrested person, such as their name, age, and address, as well as their arrest's date, time, and location. They also identify the arresting officer or agency and specify the charges against the individual. Interested individuals can access New Hanover County arrest records through the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office or New Hanover Police Departments. Some records, though, are not accessible to all because they include sensitive information pertaining to juveniles, abuse, financial crimes, or ongoing criminal investigations. The New Hanover County Sheriff's Office website provides access to the Event Search portal, allowing users to obtain recent arrest records. New Hanover County has 10 Police Departments and a crime rate of 37.34 per 1,000 residents.

Police Departments Name:
3950 Juvenile Center Rd
Castle Hayne

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