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Hamilton County, TN Public Records

Hamilton County public records are available in accordance with the local Public Records Act. The Circuit Court is responsible for handling and keeping records of all divorce cases. Anyone seeking a copy of divorce judgments can visit or contact the Circuit Court Clerk's Office. For marriage records, the Hamilton County Clerk manages and issues marriage records and has an online search tool requesters can use to access records dating back to 1857. Copies of marriage certificates cost $5 each and can be obtained in person or by mail for an additional fee. The Chattanooga-Hamilton County Office of Vital Records is the go-to source for birth and death certificates. They offer records for births from the past 100 years and deaths in the last 50 years and charge $15 for each copy. Hamilton County, Tennessee, property records are public and can be accessed through the Hamilton County Assessor of Property.

Courts in Hamilton County

Court Records in Hamilton County, Tennessee

Hamilton County court records are public. Requesters can access Chancery, Juvenile, Circuit, Sessions - Civil, and Criminal Courts court records on the Hamilton County website. However, the Municipal and City Courts' records are not hosted on the site. To obtain copies of court records, visit the respective court pages and use the contact information provided to request them from the Clerks. Additionally, Hamilton County offers public access to records for the Criminal Court and Criminal Division of the General Sessions Court, which can be searched through the Criminal Court and General Sessions Court portals. Requesters can search the Tennessee Sex Offender Registry to find registered sex offenders living in Hamilton County. This database is maintained by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) and is searchable by name, offender ID, and zip code.

Court Name:
600 Market Street
1517 Tombras Avenue
9835 Dayton Pike
3105 Dayton Blvd
4910 Swinyar Drive

Jails and Prisons in Hamilton County

Find Inmate Search and Jail Records in Hamilton County, Tennessee

Hamilton County inmate records refer to the documents containing information about individuals currently incarcerated in jails or prisons within Hamilton County. The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office maintains these records and is available for public access under the Tennessee Public Records Act. Requesters can search for individuals booked into the county jail using the daily booking reports or inmate lookup tool provided by the Sheriff's office. Inmate records include personal information such as name, date of birth, gender, race, and physical description (including mugshot). They also have details about the inmate's arrest, charges, court proceedings, sentencing, inmate custody status, the facility where they are being held, the housing unit, and their release date. Hamilton County, Tennessee, has four Jails & Prisons to accommodate its population of 354,589 residing in 543 square miles. In terms of jails and prisons per capita, Hamilton County ranks 91st out of 95 counties in Tennessee.

Jails and Prisons Name:
7609 Standifer Gap Rd., P.O. Box 23148
601 Walnut Street

Police Departments and Sheriff Offices in Hamilton County

Arrest Records in Hamilton County, Tennessee

The public can access Hamilton County arrest records. These records contain information about individuals, such as the individual's name, age, gender, race, address, booking date, charges, and mugshot. The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office manages and distributes arrest records within the county. To obtain these reports, interested parties can fill out the web form provided on the Sheriff's Office website or visit their offices. It is important to note that seven other law enforcement agencies in Hamilton County cover specific areas. Individuals must contact those agencies directly to acquire their respective arrest records. However, agencies may decline to provide access to requested documents if they fall under one of the nine exemptions outlined in the Freedom of Information Act, those specified under the Tennessee Public Records Act, or if a court order seals the records in question.

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