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Davidson County, TN Public Records

Davidson County makes public records available under the Tennessee Open Records Act. These records include vital records, arrest records, criminal history information, court records, and inmate information. Requesters can obtain these records from record custodians through in-person requests, email requests, website access, mail requests, and phone calls. Davidson County's vital records are considered public information, but law, regulations, or a court decree may restrict their accessibility. Requesters can access divorce certificates and verification facts under 50 years old at the Tennessee vital records office. However, they must go to the Tennessee State Library and Archives if they need older records. Marriage records can be obtained at the Davidson County Clerk's Office for marriages that occurred within the last decade. The Vital Records Division maintains and issues copies of birth certificates from 1950 to the present and death certificates from 1966. Davidson County property records are public records under the Tennessee Public Records Act. Interested parties can request, inspect, or obtain copies of these records through custodian offices or by contacting the Davidson County Register of Deeds.

Courts in Davidson County

Court Records in Davidson County, Tennessee

Davidson County court records are official documents that are either maintained or issued by the courts in the County. These records contain crucial information regarding criminal, civil, and administrative cases or actions conducted by the court. They are accessible to the public in person, via mail, or online and comprise dockets, case files, video/audio records, and other court-generated materials. Requesters can obtain open records from the court clerk where the cases were conducted. The Circuit Court Clerk maintains Circuit Court records and the case documents for the Probate and General Sessions. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) collects and organizes all information related to sex offenders in the state, which is then published on a designated website for public access. Requesters can utilize the TBI Sex Offender Locator to search for registered sex offenders residing in Davidson County.

Court Name:
401 7th Ave. North
698 Thompson Lane
105 South Main Street

Jails and Prisons in Davidson County

Find Inmate Search and Jail Records in Davidson County, Tennessee

Davidson County inmate records are maintained by the Nashville/Davidson County Sheriff’s Office, which is responsible for keeping track of all inmates in the County. Individuals can visit the Sheriff’s Office’s Records Center to access jail and public records. Requesters can also utilize the inmate locator search feature on the Sheriff’s Office website to search for individuals incarcerated in Davidson County jail. Visitors wishing to see inmates residing in a Davidson County Correctional Facility must use the authorized third-party visitation website to register and schedule appointments. Davidson County has 14 Jails & Prisons serving 678,322 residents. The County is positioned 85th out of 95 in terms of Jails & Prisons per capita.

Jails and Prisons Name:
7575 Cockrill Bend Boulevard
7475 Cockrill Bend Boulevard
3881 Stewarts Lane

Police Departments and Sheriff Offices in Davidson County

Arrest Records in Davidson County, Tennessee

Davidson County arrest records are official reports and paperwork produced by law enforcement authorities in the County, providing details on individuals detained within their legal jurisdiction. Such documents comprise the personal information of the arrestee, the nature of the criminal offense, warrant particulars, the date and time of arrest, the identity of the arresting officer/agency, and other relevant facts. Individuals who wish to obtain Davidson County arrest records may do so by requesting them through the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department either via mail or in person. Davidson County has 35 Police Departments, and the crime rate is 47.10 per 1,000 residents.

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Popular Cities in Davidson

  • Antioch
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