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The Open Records Act, KRS 61.870 to KRS 61.884 of 1976, establishes the right of public access to government records. According to Transparency.ky.gov, "The General Assembly recognized that free and open examination of public records is in the public interest. All public records, whether they are stored in a computer or on paper, must be open for inspection unless the records are exempted by one or more of the fourteen exemptions found in the Act. You may inspect any nonexempt public record regardless of your identity, and you may seek enforcement of the Act if you are denied this right."
Public records are created, stored, and maintained by state and local government agencies. These agencies may include:
According to the Kentucky Open Records Act, a public record is "all books, papers, maps, photographs, cards, tapes, discs, diskettes, recordings, software, or other documentation regardless of physical form or characteristics, which are prepared, owned, used, in the possession of or retained by a public agency. "Public record" shall not include any records owned or maintained by or for a body referred to in subsection (1)(h) of this section that are not related to functions, activities, programs, or operations funded by state or local authority."
The Attorney General's Office in Kentucky has information on public records and requests. They also provide instructions on how to request records through their office via the mail. Additionally, they make decisions regarding access or detail to public records.
The Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives is the government agency in Kentucky that maintains all public record archives. They store a lot of information online for easy public access. Along with vital records (births, deaths, marriages, and divorces), they also have information on county courthouse disasters, state and local government public records, and much more. You can also visit them in person to view records that are not stored online.
To access Kentucky Public Records, you must follow the explicit instructions of the agency of whom you are requesting records from. Some general guidelines are:
You can visit many of the government offices in person to request information or copies of records.
The Kentucky State Police has information on how to request public criminal records. You can only request them in writing. However, the Kentucky Court of Justice is another government agency that handles criminal record reports. You can request one easily online through their website. They charge $25 apiece for each criminal record. You can also order them in person rather than online if you prefer.
Some common types of criminal records in Kentucky include (but are not limited to):
Court records in Kentucky are maintained and disseminated by the Kentucky Court of Justice. They have a user-friendly website where the public can easily request court records, criminal reports, and other information quickly. Their search tool is called KyCourts, and you can search using various criteria like name, business name, birth dates, etc.
Some types of court records in Kentucky are:
The Kentucky court system is split into four levels starting with the Supreme Court, then the Court of Appeals, the Circuit Court and Family Court, and finally, District Court.
You always have the option of visiting the courthouse in person also to request records.
Kentucky arrest records are available in a few different ways in Kentucky. First, you can contact the Kentucky State Police for a public records request and find arrest records there. You can visit local law enforcement to get copies of arrests. You can also use the court's website to locate court documents and arrests for offenders, and finally, you can consult the Kentucky Department of Corrections website to find an offender and lookup arrest records that way.
Some different types of arrests records in Kentucky are:
The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services is the entity in charge of protecting, storing, and issuing copies of all vital records for the state. They keepbirths, deaths, marriages, divorce andstillbirths records and supply certificates upon request, for a fee. This agency uses the VitalChek service for ordering certificates online, but you can also request them through the mail or in person at their offices.
Along with criminal, court, arrest, and vital records, other types of public records you can find in the state of Kentucky include, but are not limited to:
According to Kentucky's Public Record Act, the following (partial list) are not considered public records: