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Middlesex County, NJ Public Records

Middlesex County Public records are accessible by anyone, provided there are no exemptions. These files may be accessed in person, via mail, or online, depending on the search interest. For example, to obtain vital statistics such as information on marriages, births, deaths, and divorces, one can visit Middlesex County's Department of Health (DOH) website. These records can be requested online, by mail, or in person at their vital records office. Requesters may also access birth records dating back to 1922, or marriage records and death records from 1931. Eligible individuals can access information on domestic and foreign adoptions. To access property information, interested parties can visit the Middlesex clerk's office in person or online. Basic access to property records may be free, but subscription-based access may also be available for more detailed or comprehensive records.

Courts in Middlesex County

Court Records in Middlesex County, New Jersey

The Middlesex County court records comprise official documents that provide a comprehensive account of court proceedings, from the filing of initial documents to the final verdict. Record seekers may access court records by contacting the courthouse where the case was heard in person or via mail requests. Alternatively, the New Jersey Courts web portal provides access to civil, criminal, and family case records for the Superior, Family, and Municipal Courts. Interested parties can also utilize the eCourt Civil Case Jacket to obtain civil case records, while criminal case records are accessible on the Convictions and Judgements portals. Restricted court records include those involving juveniles, domestic abuse, financial statements, and ongoing criminal investigations.

Court Name:
100 Municipal Boulevard Ground Floor
361 New Brunswick Avenue
Perth Amboy
Civic Square 25 Kirkpatrick Street
New Brunswick
1 Jean Walling Civic Center Drive
East Brunswick
1 Municipal Plaza 1630 Perrineville Road
Monroe township
540 Ridge Road, PO Box 190
South Brunswick
1000 Main Street
710 Hermann Road
North Brunswick
230 Roosevelt Avenue
2480 Plainfield Avenue
South Plainfield
221 South 5th Avenue
Highland Park
56 Paterson St.
New Brunswick

Jails and Prisons in Middlesex County

Find Inmate Search and Jail Records in Middlesex County, New Jersey

The Department of Corrections manages Middlesex County inmate records. Individuals can use the Inmate Lookup site of the Middlesex County Adult Corrections Center to search for inmates presently held in the facility per the stipulations of the New Jersey Open Public Records Act (OPRA). These searches detail the inmate's physical descriptors, charges, sentencing information, and the detaining facility. Inmates at Middlesex County Jail can only receive visits from people on their visitation list. Visits are conducted at the jail's visiting center via video conference. Inmates may have two visitors per day maximum. Only immediate family members may visit multiple inmates at once. Middlesex County is home to nine Jails & Prisons, providing services to 837,288 people in 309 square miles. The county is ranked 14 out of 21 in terms of Jails & Prisons per capita.

Jails and Prisons Name:
Apple Orchard Lane
North Brunswick Township
Apple Orchard Lane, P.O. Box 7164
North Brunswick

Police Departments and Sheriff Offices in Middlesex County

Arrest Records in Middlesex County, New Jersey

Middlesex County arrest records are created by law enforcement officials to document the specifics of arrests during investigations or confrontations with individuals suspected of committing offenses. These documents contain important information about the arrested person, including their name, physical description, and a photograph. Arrest records contain duplicates of all warrants and a comprehensive description of the entire apprehension procedure. The Middlesex County Police Department is tasked with producing these records for any arrests in the county. Middlesex County has 34 Police Departments. These departments cater to 837,288 people spread across 309 square miles. The crime rate stands at 8.75 per 1,000 residents.

Police Departments Name:
701 Livingston Ave
New Brunswick

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