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Salem County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Salem County Arrest Records?

Salem County arrest records are official documentation of the occurrences of arrests and apprehension of individuals in the county. These records are maintained by the local law enforcement agencies of the county. The local law enforcement agency of Salem County is the Salem County Sheriff. Individuals interested in obtaining arrest records should visit or contact the Sheriff’s office at:

Salem County Sheriff’s Office
Salem County Administration Building
94 Market Street
Salem County, NJ 08079
Phone: (856) 935-7510, extension 8375
Fax (856) 935-8880

Crime Statistics

The New Jersey State Police annually reports statistics of crime-related activities in the state. The annual reports are compilations of monthly and annually data summary submitted by all law enforcement agencies in the state. In 2018, Salem County reported a total number of 496 crimes, consisting 114 violent crimes and 382 property crimes. Violent crimes reported include 5 murders, 11 rapes, 28 robberies, and 70 aggravated assaults while incidences of property crimes include 253 burglaries, 75 larcenies, and 54 motor vehicle thefts.

These figures, when compared with the 2014 numbers, represent a massive decline in total crimes reported. Between 2014 and 2018, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, and larceny rates decreased by 35%, 32%, 39%, 41%, and 92% respectively. In the same five-year period, murder and motor vehicle theft increased by 150% and 20% respectively.

What are Salem County Criminal Records?

Salem County criminal records are official documents detailing all arrests and convictions of individuals in the county. These records are not open to all members of the public. Rather, they are accessible to authorized individuals. Salem County criminal records are processed by Salem County Sheriff’s Office, and they are made available to be obtained by the New Jersey State Police (NJSP).

How Do I Get Salem County Criminal Records?

The NJSP maintains the New Jersey Criminal History Record Information (CHRI). CHRI can only be accessed by authorized individuals or agencies for authorized purposes. Authorized purposes when a person or non-governmental entity requires CHRI for the purposes of employment. CHRI provided are fingerprint-based checks and name-based checks.

The fingerprint-based checks allows residents of the state of New Jersey to request a copy of his/her own criminal history record. There are various types of fingerprint-based check requests that can be made. This includes personal requests, personal requests (notarized), personal requests (employment), Noncriminal Justice Licensing/Employment Requests, etc. Individuals interested in making fingerprint-based should visit the NJ CHRI page and follow the instructions provided. If there are questions about the process, call the Criminal Information Unit at (609) 882-2000, extension 2918.

Name-based checks can be made by filling out the SBI 212B Form. This form requires information such as the subject’s name, date of birth, social security number, and other necessary information. The valid email addresses of the requester and the record’s subject should be provided also. It is important that the record subject consent to the check. Each name-based check carried out costs $20. It can be paid with a credit or debit card. It

How To Find Salem County Sex Offender Information

The NJSP maintains publicly accessible information on sex offenders in the state of New Jersey. This information is to enable members of the public protect themselves and their family members from potential harm. It provides information on Level- 3 and Level-2 sex offenders, that is sex offenders with relatively high and moderate risk of reoffense, in the state. Information on Level-1 sex offenders are excluded.

Members of the public can use the New Jersey Sex Offender Internet Registry to search and locate sex offenders in their neighborhood. Sex offenders can be searched based on the inquirer’s area, with search tools like address, city, and zip code. Sex offenders can also be searched with their first and last names. This registry also has an email alert system. Interested individuals can sign up to get timely information on sex offenders in their neighborhood.

How do I Visit an Inmate in Salem County Jail?

The Correctional Division of the Salem County Sheriff’s Office administers the operation of the Salem County Correctional Facility. This facility is located at:

Salem County Correctional Facility
125 Cemetery Road
Woodstown, NJ 08098
Phone: (856) 769-4300
Fax (856) 769-3578

Family and friends interested in visiting inmates can use the on-site and off-site visitation systems provided by the jail facility. For information on the visitation schedules and rules, interested persons should check the Visiting page and Visiting Rules and Dress Code page.

Where And How To Find Salem County Inmate Information

The Correctional Division of the Salem County Sheriff’s Office provides members of the public with access to information on inmates currently in the county’s correctional facility. This information can be accessed through the Inmate Lookup portal. The database can be searched by using the inmate’s first name, last name, and date of birth. Inmates can also be searched with unique identifiers or values.

What are Salem County Court Records?

Salem County Court records are public records that can be requested by members of the public. These records are kept and maintained by the court that decided the case that a requester is interested in.

Location of all Courts in Salem County

The Salem County judicial division consists of one Superior Court, two Surrogate’s Courts, and eight Municipal Courts. Below are the locations and contact information of all courts in the judicial division:

Salem County Superior Court
Salem County Superior Court
Salem County Courthouse
92 Market Street
Salem, NJ 08079
Phone: (856) 878-5050

Salem County Surrogate’s Courts
Salem County Surrogate’s Court
Pittsgrove Township Municipal Building
989 Centerton Road
Pittsgrove, NJ 08318
Phone: (856) 935-7510, extension 8323

Salem County Surrogate’s Court
94 Market Street
Salem, NJ 08079
Phone: (856) 935-7510, extension 8323

Salem County Municipal Courts
Carneys Point Municipal Court
303 Harding Highway
Carneys Point, NJ 08069
Phone: (856) 299-1013
Fax: (856) 299-8926

Cumberland Salem Regional Municipal Court
1325 Highway 77
Bridgeton, NY 08302
Phone: (856) 455-8722
Fax: (856) 451-6489

Lower Alloways Creek and Elsinboro Municipal Court
501 Locust Island Road
P.O. Box 157
Hancocks Bridge, NJ 08038
Phone: (856) 935-1957
Fax: (856) 935-5638

Mid-Salem County Municipal Court
25 West Avenue
P.O. Box 286
Woodstown, NJ 08098
Phone: (856) 769-2424
Fax: (856) 769-3307

Penns Grove Municipal Court
1 State Street
Penns Grove, NJ 08069
Phone: (856) 299-0098
Fax: (856) 299-0975

Pennsville Township Municipal Court
90 North Broadway
Pennsville, NJ 08070
Phone: (856) 678-3089 extension 154
Fax: (856) 678-2077

Pilesgrove Joint Municipal Court
1180 Route 40 East
Pilesgrove, NJ 08098
Phone: (856) 769-1275
Fax: (856) 769-8483

Salem City Municipal Court
129 West Broadway
Salem, NJ 08079
Phone: (856) 935-1734
Fax: (856) 935-0319

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What are Salem County Vital Records

Salem County vital records are documents that contain the activity of important events in people’s lives within the county. These records include birth, death, marriage, and divorce records. These records are available only to eligible persons who can request the record. Evidence of eligibility is required from the requester to prove their status. Salem County vital records are maintained at municipal, county, state level. Divorce records are in the custody of the Salem County Superior Court. Interested parties can make requests for marriage, birth, and death records from the municipality that recorded the event. Requests can also be made to the Salem County Clerk. At the state level, the New Jersey Department of Health provides eligible members of the public with access to marriage, birth, and death records from 1919 till date.

Where And How To Get Salem County Divorce Records

Salem County divorce records can be requested by submitting a request for a certified or uncertified copy of the divorce record of interest. This request should contain information such as the name of the divorce parties, and the place and date of divorce. The request should be submitted to:

Salem County Superior Court
Salem County Courthouse
92 Market Street
Salem, NJ 08079
Phone: (856) 878-5050

It is important that all requests have a copy of the requester’s valid ID attached. This serves as evidence of the eligibility of the requester.

Where And How To Get Salem County Marriage Records

Salem County marriage records can be requested by visiting the particular municipality where the marriage was recorded. To obtain information on municipalities in Salem County, visit the municipality page or view the list of Municipality Registrars in Salem County. Each marriage record requested from municipalities costs $8. Alternatively, requests for marriage records can be sent to the Salem County Clerk at:

Salem County Clerk’s Office
110 Fifth Street, Suite 200
Salem, NJ 08079
Phone: (856) 935-7510
Fax: (856) 935-8882

Each request made to the County Clerk costs $10.

Statewide marriage records can be requested via mail from the New Jersey Department of Health. Mail-in requests can be made by completing the request form. The completed form, along with a copy of the requester’s valid ID, payment and evidence of relationship with the record subject(s), should be sent to :

Office of Vital Statistics & Registration
NJ Department of Health
P.O. Box 370
Trenton, NJ 08625-0370

Where And How To Get Salem County Birth Records

Salem County birth records can be obtained by contacting the particular municipality where the birth was recorded. The contact information of municipalities in Salem County to make requests can be obtained from the municipality page or list of Municipality Registrars of Salem County. Requests made to these municipalities cost $8 per copy. Alternatively, requests for birth records can be sent to the Salem County Clerk at:

Salem County Clerk’s Office
110 Fifth Street, Suite 200
Salem, NJ 08079
Phone: (856) 935-7510
Fax: (856) 935-8882

Each certified copy of a birth record requested from the county clerk costs $10.

Furthermore, the New Jersey Department of Health processes birth records for interested persons in the state. These birth records can be requested via mail by filling out the request form. The filled-out form, along with payment, a copy of the requester’s valid ID, and evidence of relationship with the record subject, should be sent to :

Office of Vital Statistics & Registration
NJ Department of Health
P.O. Box 370
Trenton, NJ 08625-0370

Where And How To Get Salem County Death Records

Salem County death records are available at the municipality where the death occurred. Requests for death records can be made by contacting the particular municipality where the death was recorded. To obtain information on municipalities in Salem County, visit the municipality page or list of Municipality Registrars for Salem County. Each death record obtained from municipalities costs $8.

Salem County death records can also be requested from the Salem County Clerk, by visiting the office at:

Salem County Clerk’s Office
110 Fifth Street, Suite 200
Salem, NJ 08079
Phone: (856) 935-7510
Fax: (856) 935-8882

Requests made to the County Clerk attracts a fee of $10 for each certified copy of a death record.

In addition, death records can be requested via mail from the New Jersey Department of Health. Mail-in requests should be made by completing the request form. The completed form, along with a copy of the requester’s valid ID, payment and evidence of relationship with the record subject, should be sent to :

Office of Vital Statistics & Registration
NJ Department of Health
P.O. Box 370
Trenton, NJ 08625-0370