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Fulton County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Fulton County Arrest Records?

Fulton County arrest records are formal documents that contain information about arrests and apprehensions carried out within the county. These records contain basic information about the arrested person and the details of the arrest. Fulton County arrest records are maintained by the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office. To get copies of Fulton arrest records, fill out the Open Records Request Form and submit it to any of the following locations:

Fulton County Sheriff’s Office
185 Central Avenue SouthWest
9th Floor
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 612-5100
info@fultonsheriff.net

Fulton County Records and Reports Office
141 Pryor Street SW
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 613-5700

How Do I Get Fulton County Police Reports

The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office makes police reports and certain non-confidential crime records available to the public. Interested persons can obtain police reports and arrest records by making Open Records requests. To do so, complete the Open Records Request Form and submit it to any of the following locations:

Fulton County Sheriff’s Office
185 Central Avenue SouthWest
9th Floor
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 612-5100
info@fultonsheriff.net

Fulton County Records and Reports Office
141 Pryor Street SW
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 613-5700

Fulton County Police Headquarters
4701 Fulton Industrial Boulevard SouthWest
Atlanta, GA 30336
(404) 613-6600

The Sheriff’s Office charges 10 cents per page for copies of records requested. Alternatively, visit the Open Records Request website. Before making requests via the website, visitors have to register and sign in.

Crime Statistics

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) is the government agency responsible for collating all crime statistics for all the counties in the state. GBI crime data for Fulton County show that there were 124 murders, 415 rapes, 2,354 robberies, and 4,286 assaults in 2017, the most recent year with a complete set of records. GBI crime records also indicate that larceny was the most common property crime in the county that year with 33,652 incidents. Fulton county also recorded 6,235 burglaries and 6,097 vehicle thefts.

Compared to 2016 figures, the county had lower incidences of all crimes except rape. There was a 39.3% year-on-year increase in rape cases. In contrast, murder (23%), robbery (28.6%), assault (1.7%), burglary (26.2%), larceny (2%), and vehicle theft (14.1%) rates fell over the same period.

What are Fulton County Criminal Records?

Fulton County criminal records are official documents and files about the crime-related activities of persons within the county. Criminal records have information like the subject’s personal identification data, arrest data, final judicial disposition, and information on incarceration (if any). Fulton County criminal records are available at the office of the Fulton County Sheriff. Felony conviction records are available at the state level with the GBI.

How Do I Get Fulton County Criminal Records?

The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office processes requests for copies of Fulton County criminal records. Where it is a third-party request, the signed consent of the record’s subject of the record. The signed consent will include the subject’s full name, address, date of birth, and social security number. To obtain criminal records, contact or query the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office at:

Fulton County Sheriff’s Office
185 Central Avenue SouthWest
9th Floor
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 612-5100
info@fultonsheriff.net

The Georgia Felon Search website provides interested persons with access to felony conviction records. Search the website with the full name of the subject, date of birth, sex, and race of the person. A requester does not need the consent of the record’s subject. Pay for this service with credit cards.

How to Find Fulton County Sex Offender Information?

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation maintains a list of registered sex offenders in all the counties of the state. The state’s sex offender database is made available to the public through the searchable sex offender registry. Use the search function to find individual sex offenders by name. Citizens can also refine their search results by providing information such as race, gender, address, and type of offense. To see every registered sex offender living in Fulton County, choose Fulton from the drop-down list of Georgia counties.

The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office also administers the sex offender registry of the county. Residents can search this online database to locate sex offenders in their neighborhoods. They can also register to receive information about these sex offenders.

How do I Visit an Inmate in Fulton County Jail?

The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office allows inmates to receive video visits once every week. The visiting hours are between 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Each visit has a maximum time of 25 minutes. Contact the jail facility with the information below:

Fulton County Jail
901 Rice Street NorthWest
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 613-2000
(404) 613-2002

Where and How to Find Fulton County Inmate Information?

The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office is the agency responsible for maintaining all inmate records in the county. It allows the public and members of the county’s justice system to access jail records on a dedicated online portal. Use the Fulton County Georgia Inmate Records webpage to find individuals booked into the county’s correctional facilities.

What are Fulton County Court Records?

Court records are part of Fulton County public records that are accessible to interested members of the public. Court records are kept by court clerks or at the courthouse of the court that decided the case of interest. The Fulton County Clerk of Superior and Magistrate Courts keep records of the Superior Courts and Magistrate Courts. Fulton County State Court records are in the custody of the court’s clerk. Juvenile and Probate Court records are kept at their respective courthouses.

Any of Fulton County court records can be searched online or requested in person or by mail. To search for court records online, there are two available and publicly accessible online portals. To view documents generated in the county’s Superior Court, visit the website of the Records Inquiry Clerk of the Superior Court. Use the search tool provided to find case records by providing their citation numbers. Case records for Fulton State and Magistrate Courts are available on a separate portal. Use the Smart Search feature to find these court records. Click the Advanced Search option to filter search results by the court.

The Fulton County Clerk of Superior and Magistrate Courts charge 50 cents per page for plain copies of court records. The charge is $1 per page for records obtained with the assistance of the clerk. The fee for the first page of a certified or exemplified copy of court records is $2.50. Each additional page attracts a charge of 50 cents.

Interested persons can request copies of single or multiple court records by mail only. Superior Court records are at the File Room located on the 1st floor of the Clerk of Superior Court. Magistrate Court records are at the Ground floor of the Clerk of Superior and Magistrate Courts. Complete the Superior Court Files Request form or the Magistrate Court Files Request form. Each request must include payment for the copies and the case number that references the requested documents. Submit requests by mail to File Room for Superior Court records or the Magistrate Court for Magistrate Court records:

Attention: File Room
Clerk of Superior Court
136 Pryor Street SW
Suite C103
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 612-8482

Attention: Magistrate Court
Clerk of Superior and Magistrate Courts
185 Central Avenue
Suite TG100
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 612-8482

The Records Division of the Fulton County Probate Court provides information about how to obtain Probate Court records. Simply call (404) 612-4693 to obtain the necessary information. Or visit the Probate Courthouse.

Location of all Courts in Fulton County

Fulton County has three Superior Courts, four State Courts, one Juvenile Court, one Probate Court, four Magistrate Courts, and 14 Municipal Courts. The locations and contact information of all courts of Fulton County, Georgia are below:

Fulton County Superior Courts

Fulton County Superior Court
Lewis R. Slaton Courthouse
136 Pryor Street SouthWest
Room C-155
Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: (404) 613-5313

Fulton County Superior Court - North Service Center
7741 Roswell Road
Room 235
Atlanta, GA 30350
Phone: (404) 612-5756

Fulton County Superior Court - South Service Center
5600 Stonewall Tell Road
Room 219B
College Park, GA 30349
Phone: (404) 612-4117

Fulton County State Courts

State Court of Fulton County - Civil Division
Justice Center Tower
185 Central Avenue
Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: (404) 613-5040

State Court of Fulton County - Criminal Division
160 Pryor Street SouthWest
Suite J-150, Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: (404) 613-5085

State Court of Fulton County - North Service Center
7741 Roswell Road
Atlanta, GA 30350
Phone: (404) 613-7640

State Court of Fulton County - South Service Center
5600 Stonewall Tell Road
College Park, GA 30349
Phone: (404) 612-3056

Fulton County Juvenile Court

Fulton County Juvenile Court
Judge Romae T. Powell Juvenile Justice Center
395 Pryor Street SouthWest
Atlanta, GA 30312
Phone: (404) 224-4402

Fulton County Probate Court

Probate Court of Fulton County
136 Pryor Street SW
Suite C-230
Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: (404) 613-4070

Fulton County Magistrate Courts

Fulton County Magistrate Court
Justice Center Tower
185 Central Avenue
Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: (404) 613-5360

Fulton County Magistrate Court - Fulton County Jail
901 Rice Street
Atlanta, GA 30318
Phone: (404) 613-2000

Fulton County Magistrate Court - North Service Center
7741 Roswell Road
Atlanta, GA 30350
Phone: (404) 613-7640

Fulton County Magistrate Court - South Service Center
5600 Stonewall Tell Road
College Park, GA 30349
Phone: (404) 612-3056

Fulton County Municipal Courts

Municipal Court of Alpharetta
Crabapple Government Center
12624 Broadwell Road
Alpharetta, GA 30004
Phone: (678) 297-6250
Fax: (678) 297-6251

Municipal Court of Atlanta
150 Garnett Street SouthWest
Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: (404) 658-6940
Fax: (404) 546-9339

Municipal Court of Chattahoochee Hills
6505 Rico Road
Chattahoochee Hills, GA 30268
Phone: (770) 463-6576
Fax: (770) 463-8550

Municipal Court of College Park
3717 College Street
College Park, GA 30337
Phone: (404) 761-3131

Municipal Court of East Point
2727 East Point Street
East Point, GA 30344
Phone: (404) 559-6250
Fax: (404) 305-8219

Municipal Court of Fairburn
26 West Campbellton Street
Fairburn, GA 30213
Phone: (770) 683-4611
Fax: (770) 964-8984

Municipal Court of Hapeville
700 Doug Davis Drive
Hapeville, GA 30354
Phone: (404) 669-2149
Fax: (404) 305-7861

Municipal Court of Johns Creek
11445 Johns Creek Parkway
Johns Creek, GA 30097
Phone: (678) 512-3444
Fax: (678) 512-3243

Municipal Court of Milton
13000 Deerfield Parkway
Suite 107E
Milton, GA 30004
Phone: (678) 242-2525
Fax: (678) 242-2520

Municipal Court of Mountain Park
118 Lakeshore Drive
Mountain Park, GA 30075
Phone: (770) 993-4231
Fax: (770) 993-5903

Municipal Court of Palmetto
401 Carlton Road
Palmetto, GA 30268
Phone: (770) 463-9068
Fax: (770) 463-1456

Municipal Court of Roswell
38 Hill Street
Suite 210
Roswell, GA 30075
Phone: (770) 641-3790
Fax: (770) 641-3798

Municipal Court of Sandy Springs
7840 Roswell Road
Building 500
Sandy Springs, GA 30350
Phone: (770) 206-2075

Municipal Court of Union City
5060 Union Street
Union City, GA 30291
Phone: (770) 306-6847
Fax: (770) 306-6843

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What are Fulton County Vital Records?

Fulton County vital records are official files that provide information about life events that occurred within the county’s jurisdiction. These vital records include birth, death, divorce, and marriage records. The Fulton County Clerk of Superior and Magistrate Courts maintains divorce records, while the Fulton County Probate Court manages marriage records. The Fulton County Health Department and the Georgia State Department of Public Health processes requests for birth, death, marriage, and divorce records at the county and state level respectively.

Where and How to Get Fulton County Divorce Records?

The Fulton County Clerk of Superior and Magistrate Courts maintains copies of divorce records issued within the county. To get copies of divorce records, submit a written request in person or via mail to:

Fulton County Clerk of Court
Lewis R. Slaton Courthouse
136 Pryor Street
Suite C155
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 613-5313
(404) 613-5314

The Georgia State Department of Public Health provides interested persons with divorce verifications through mail and in-person applications. To request divorce verifications, complete the Divorce Verification Request (Form 3917). Enclose a copy of a government-issued ID and payment. Present these in person to the Vital Records Office or the Fulton County Health Department:

State Office of Vital Records
1680 Phoenix Boulevard, Suite 100
Atlanta, GA 30349
Monday-Friday; between 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Fulton County Health Department
141 Pryor Street
Suite 1029A
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 613-1260

Or by mail to:

State Office of Vital Records
1680 Phoenix Boulevard, Suite 100
Atlanta, GA 30349
Response Time: 8-10 Weeks

Where and How to Get Fulton County Marriage Records?

Fulton County marriage records are at the county’s Probate Court. Requesters can submit mail requests to get copies of marriage records at $10 per copy. Simply fill out the Marriage Records Request form. Include a money order payment and a self-addressed stamped envelope with the filled-out form and mail them to:

Fulton County Probate Court
License Division
136 Pryor Street SouthWest
Suite C-230
Atlanta, GA 30303

The Georgia State Department of Public Health provides records of marriages performed in Georgia by mail and in-person requests. To get copies of a marriage record, fill out the Request for Search of Marriage Record (Form 3913). Provide payment and a copy of a government-issued ID with the filled-out form. Submit these documents at the Vital Records Office or the Fulton County Health Department at:

State Office of Vital Records
1680 Phoenix Boulevard, Suite 100
Atlanta, GA 30349
Monday-Friday; between 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Fulton County Health Department
141 Pryor Street
Suite 1029A
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 613-1260

The documents can also be submitted via mail to:

State Office of Vital Records
1680 Phoenix Boulevard, Suite 100
Atlanta, GA 30349
Response Time: 8-10 Weeks

Where and How to Get Fulton County Birth Records?

The Fulton County Department of Health is the agency responsible for keeping and issuing certified birth in the county. Birth records are available only to the record’s subject and any person with direct and tangible interest (e.g. parent, guardian, siblings, descendants, or legal representatives). To obtain fill out the Birth Certificate Application form, include payment of $25, and a valid ID and submit it in person or by mail to:

Fulton County Health Department
141 Pryor Street
Suite 1029A
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 613-1260

A birth record costs $25 for the first certified copy. Each additional copy requested at the same time attracts a charge of $5. Fees are payable by cash, money order, personal check, and credit/debit card.

Alternatively, get birth records from the Georgia State Department of Public Health. The State Health Department issues records of birth registered in the state. Make requests for birth records by mail and in person. Complete the Request for Search of Birth Record (Form 3918). Bring a copy of a government-issued ID and payment and submit an in-person request to either:

State Office of Vital Records
1680 Phoenix Boulevard, Suite 100
Atlanta, GA 30349
Monday-Friday; between 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Fulton County Health Department
141 Pryor Street
Suite 1029A
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 613-1260

The above mentioned documents may also be sent by mail to:

State Office of Vital Records
1680 Phoenix Boulevard, Suite 100
Atlanta, GA 30349
Response Time: 8-10 Weeks

Where and How to Get Fulton County Death Records?

The Fulton County Department of Health keeps certified Fulton County death records in its custody. Similar to birth records, access to Fulton County death records is restricted to applicants having a direct and tangible interest, primary family members, or legal representatives of the family. Any of these persons can fill out the Death Certificate Application form to get death records. Attach payment and a valid ID to the filled-out form and submit them in person or by mail to:

Fulton County Health Department
141 Pryor Street
Suite 1029A
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 613-1260

The county’s department of health charges $25 for the first certified copy of a birth or death certificate. Each additional copy requested at the same time attracts a charge of $5. Make payment with cash, money order, personal check, and credit/debit card.

Records of deaths registered in Georgia are at the Georgia State Department of Public Health. Interested and eligible applicants can submit requests for death records by mail and in person. Simply fill out the Request for Search of Death Record (Form 3912), attach payment and a copy of a government-issued ID. Submit these documents by mail to:

State Office of Vital Records
1680 Phoenix Boulevard, Suite 100
Atlanta, GA 30349
Response Time: 8-10 Weeks

Or submit an in-person requests to any of the locations below:

State Office of Vital Records
1680 Phoenix Boulevard, Suite 100
Atlanta, GA 30349
Monday-Friday; between 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Fulton County Health Department
141 Pryor Street
Suite 1029A
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 613-1260

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Fulton County?

Under the Georgia Open Records Act, Fulton County property records are open to the public’s inspection. Anyone in need of a property record can obtain copies by querying the office that keeps it.

Where and How to Find Property Records in Fulton County

The Fulton County Clerk of Superior and Magistrate Courts Deeds and Records' Room maintains its property room. Anyone in search of a property record should visit the Courthouse at:

Lewis R. Slaton Courthouse
136 Pryor Street
Suite C155
Atlanta, GA 30303

The Records and Deeds office cannot conduct any form of legal research over the phone. The record seeker can only gain access to property documents by conducting an independent search at the Deed's Room located on the ground floor of the Courthouse. The Office will provide a computer lab for this cause.

How to Look Up Fulton County Property Records

Anyone can look up a Fulton County property record by utilizing the Georgia Superior Court Clerk’s online search service. The fee is $5 per 4 hours of using the search tool. Researchers on the website can utilize different indexes. For example, record seekers can use the Real Estate Index to search records by name, book/page number, instrument type, or may conduct a property search by counties. Other search indexes include the UCC, PT-61, Plat, Lien, Notary, and Carbon Registry.

Location of Fulton County Property Assessors

Fulton County Tax Assessor
141 Pryor Street
Suite 2052
Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: (404) 730-6440