Records Department

The Records Department is responsible for maintenance and retention of all records that are processed in the Sheriff’s Office. These include, but are not limited to:

  • Court and citizen obtained Civil papers.
  • Court, Citizen and Officer Obtained Criminal Papers.
  • Requests from Outside Agencies
  • Traffic Reports
  • Trespass Notices - Businesses & Schools
  • Register Residential or Commercial Alarms (Fire or Burglar)
  • Motor Vehicle Crash Reports


  • Assist Citizens by phone or in the lobby with matters involving Records and the Sheriff’s Office
  • Assist Communications on an emergency basis
  • Claims for Insurance Companies and attorneys
  • Distribution of Petty Cash
  • Distribution of mail and other documents to appropriate persons within the Sheriff’s Office
  • Employment Checks
  • Fingerprints for Tow Companies, Social Services and Employment
  • Notification of Circuit Court Jurors
  • Ordering of Supplies and the Forms used by officers in the field
  • Recording and submitting all Sheriff fees to the Treasurer


Cash, Check or Money Order Only Reports:

  • Fingerprints - $5 per card
  • Police Reports - $10
  • Subpoenas - $12 In Louisa County only
  • Out of State Subpoena or other Civil Service - $75 per person
  • Traffic Accidents - $10 (No fee for involved drivers, property owners or injured persons)


****Due to the Current COVID-19 State of Emergency, Fingerprinting for non-Criminal Justice Reasons has been Suspended***

Fingerprints are done Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. If you need to be fingerprinted for tow companies, job application, visas, etc. You must have a valid picture ID, and be a resident of Louisa County.