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Clark County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Crime Numbers

The annual crime statistics for Clark County are collated by the Criminal Justice Services (OCJS) division of the Ohio Department of Public Safety (ODPS). The OCJS’s latest crime data for Clark County is for the year 2017. In that year, the county recorded 393 violent crimes and 4,872 property crimes.

A breakdown of the crime statistics in 2017 shows that the county recorded 9 murders, 32 rapes, 180 robberies, 172 aggravated assaults, 1,268 burglaries, 3,274 larcenies, and 330 motor vehicle thefts. The most recent five-year crime trend for Clark County indicates that murder (50%) and motor vehicle theft (16.6%) rates went up in 2017 compared to 2013. In the same period, the rates of rape (42.9%), robbery (18.2%), aggravated assault (11.3%), burglary (25.2%), and larceny (18.4%) dropped.

Criminal Records

Clark County criminal history records are maintained by the Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) of the Ohio Attorney General’s office. It charges $22 for each criminal history record check and requires a valid photo ID to process the request. Requesters can order checks at the nearest WebCheck location in the county. The WebCheck Vendor may charge an additional convenience fee for the service. For further inquiry, contact the BCI at (877) 224-0043.

Citizens can obtain reports for incidents that occurred in Clark County from the county’s Sheriff’s Office. Request a copy of an incident report at the Sheriff’s Main Office on weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Sheriff’s Office is located at:

120 North Fountain Avenue
Springfield, OH 45502
(937) 521-2050

To find information on registered sex offenders living in Clark County, visit the online statewide sex offender registry (eSORN) maintained by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office. Search the registry by a specific name or street address to locate sex offenders living nearby. The search returns a list of registered sex offenders living or working within a mile radius of the address.

Jail Information

The Clark County Jail is managed by the Sheriff’s Office and shares the same location as the Sheriff’s Main Office (address provided above). To fund an inmate account at the jail, use the deposit kiosk in the lobby of the Clark County Public Safety Building located at:

130 North Fountain Avenue
Springfield, OH 45502

Cash and credit card deposits are accepted at this location. The jail lobby is open every day (including weekends). The inmate's ID number and correct name spelling are required to make a successful deposit. A transaction fee is charged for each deposit. Family and friends can also make a deposit online or by calling Cybersuite at (866) 345-1884.

Inmate Records

The Clark County Sheriff's Office provides a list of all inmates currently in custody on its website. This list is updated twice hourly. Search the list by a last name to find an individual booked into this jail. The search result shows the booking details of the subject along with a mugshot. For further information on an inmate, contact the Sheriff's Office at (937) 521-2050.

Court Records

Clark County courts belong to the Ohio Second District Court of Appeal. The county's primary trial court is the Court of Common Pleas. Clark County Court of Common Pleas has separate divisions for general and domestic, juvenile, and probate cases. The other courts in the county include a Municipal Court and six Mayor's Courts. The contacts of all Clark County courts are:

Clark County Court of Common Pleas - General and Domestic Relations Divisions
Clark County Courthouse
101 North Limestone Street
P.O. Box 1008
Springfield, OH 45501
(937) 521-1680

Clark County Court of Common Pleas - Juvenile Court
101 East Columbia Street
Springfield, OH 45502
(937) 521-1600

Clark County Court of Common Pleas - Probate Court
50 East Columbia Street
Springfield, OH 45502
(937) 521-1845

Clark County Municipal Court
50 East Columbia Street
Springfield, OH 45502
(937) 328-3715 (Civil)
(937) 328-3726 (Criminal/Traffic)

Catawba Mayor's Court
115 South Persimmon Street
Catawba, OH 43010
(937) 828-1345

Donnelsville Mayor's Court
15 South Hampton Street
P.O. Box 36
Donnelsville, OH 45319
(937) 882-1375

Enon Mayor's Court
363 East Main Street
P.O. Box 232
Enon, OH 45323
(937) 864-7870

North Hampton Mayor's Court
75 Church Street
North Hampton, OH 45349
(937) 964-9804

South Charleston Mayor's Court
35 South Chillicothe Street
P.O. Box X
South Charleston, OH 45368
(937) 462-8822

Tremont City Mayor's Court
26 East Main Street
Tremont City, OH 45372
(937) 969-8281

The Clark County Clerk of Courts maintains the records of the Court of Common Pleas. These are available online on the Clerk's Office website. Visit the site to search the database by name, or case number, or case type. To obtain certified copies of these court records, visit the Clerk's Office at the Clark County Courthouse. For inquiries on the fees and requirements to request a copy, call the office at (937)-521-1680.

Clark County Municipal Court case records are also available online on the court's website. To find specific Municipal Court records, search the database by a name or a case, social security, citation, driver license, or license plate number. Request for certified copies of these records at the Municipal Court from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. For further inquiries, contact the court at the address above.

To obtain the records of the Mayor’s Courts in the county, visit or call their courthouses.

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

Vital Records

Clark County divorce records are available at the Domestic Relations Division of the Court of Common Pleas. For copies of divorce records prior to 1991, contact the Division at the address above to request a copy of a divorce record. To request for divorce records from 1991 to date, visit the Division’s office at the A.B. Graham Memorial Building located at:

31 North Limestone Street
Springfield, OH 45502

Clark County marriage records from 1818 to the present are maintained by the county’s Probate Court. Certified copies of marriage records before 1991 cost $5 for the first copy and $2 for additional copies while certified copies of marriage records after 1991 cost $2 each. Visit the Probate Court at the address provided above to make a request. The public can view available Clark County marriage records from 1992 to date on the Probate Court website.

The Bureau of Vital Statistics of the Ohio Department of Health maintains Clark County birth records from December 20, 1908, and death records from 1964 to the present. A certified copy of a birth or death record costs $21.50 and can be requested online, by mail, or in person. Making a request online is the fastest way to get these records. Online orders are completed within five business days and require a credit card for the payment of fees.

To submit a mail-in request, complete the application form and enclose a check or money order for the fee, before sending these to:

Ohio Department of Health
Bureau of Vital Statistics
P.O. Box 15098
Columbus, OH 43215-0098

A requester may present this application with the fee in person at the state office of the Bureau of Vital Statistics in Neilston Street, Columbus, OH. The state office is open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Alternatively, submit this request in person at the local Vital Statistics office in:

Clark County Combined Health District
529 East Home Road
Springfield, OH 45503
(937) 390-5600

The office is open from Monday through Friday between 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Each copy of a vital record requested at the local office costs $22.

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Clark County?

Clark County property records are public records in compliance with the Ohio Open Records Law. Interested persons may inspect and obtain copies of property records without providing reasons before obtaining such data. Property records within the state are generally maintained by the office of the auditor. For further inquiries, interested persons may contact the auditor at

31 N Limestone St
Springfield, OH 45502
(937) 521-1860

Where and How to Find Property Records in Clark County

Property records in Clark County are maintained by the Clark County Auditor. The auditor is tasked with maintaining a record of property within the county and is responsible for storing and indexing these property records in a manner that is easy to access by members of the public. The auditor also ensures that all the property is properly appraised for tax purposes. Copies of public property records may be obtained in person by visiting the auditor in person on weekdays between 8 00 a.m. and 4 30 p.m. at

Clark County Auditor
31 N Limestone St
Springfield, OH 45502
(937) 521-1860

How to Look Up Clark County Property Records

The office of the Clark County Auditor provides online access to property records through its property search application. Users may access an online map of properties within the county and conduct searches on properties registered within the county. Interested persons may conduct either a basic search, an advanced search, or a comparison of sales. A basic search may be conducted by providing the parcel number, address, and owner name. To conduct an advanced search other information that may be provided include: the school district, township, Neighbourhood, land use, class, sale date, Sale price, seller, buyer, bedrooms, bathrooms year built, stories, or acres. For a comparable sales search, information such as the pin, sales date, number of rooms, year built, stories, and style are some of the information which may be used to carry out a search. In-person support is provided by the auditor’s office at

Clark County Auditor
31 N Limestone St
Springfield, OH 45502
(937) 521-1860

Location of Clark County Property Assessors

Hillary Hamilton – Appraisal, Board of Revision, Tax Incentive Review
Phone: (937) 521-1890
Email: www.clarkcountyauditor.org/contact-us

Bethany Moehn – Homestead & Owner Occupancy Program
Phone: (937) 521-1880
Email: www.clarkcountyauditor.org/contact-us

Jill Roller – Special Assessments
Phone: (937) 521-1877
Email: www.clarkcountyauditor.org/contact-us

Jim LaFollette – New Construction, General Appraisal
Phone: (937) 521-1879
Email: www.clarkcountyauditor.org/contact-us