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Miami County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Miami County Crime Numbers

The Office of Criminal Justice Services (OCJS) of the Ohio Department of Public Safety (ODPS) publishes crime statistics for all counties in the state. In 2017, law enforcement agencies in Miami County recorded 2 murders, 71 rapes, 19 robberies, and 34 aggravated assaults. Reported cases of property crimes include 297 burglaries, 64 motor vehicle thefts, 1,530 larcenies, and 7 arsons.

Between 2013 and 2017, violent crime rates went up in the county while property crimes declined. The five-year crime trend for Miami County indicates rising rape (82.1%), and aggravated assault (126.7%) rates. In the same period, reports of burglary, arson, robbery, larceny and motor vehicle theft fell by 50.7%, 50.0%, 32.1%, 21.5%, and 15.8% respectively.

How Do I Get Miami County Criminal Records?

The Miami County Sheriff’s Office offers nationwide background and fingerprinting checks. Visit the office to request for criminal history records. The service is available Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. The Sheriff’s Office is located at:

Miami County Incarceration Facility
2042 N. County Road 25A
Troy, OH 45373

An application must include a valid Driver’s License, address to mail the background information, and certified check or money order for the correct amount as cash is not accepted. Either application for a background check or a nationwide FBI background check cost $35 while a combined application covering both background checks costs $60 if completed at the same time. Costs for ink fingerprints are $25 per card.

Incident and other police reports for Miami County are available from the various police departments of the cities, townships, and boroughs of the county. To obtain incident and accident reports for the City of Troy, the county seat, send an e-mail request to police.records@troyohio.gov or visit the Records Section of the Troy Police Department at:

100 S. Market St.
Troy, OH 45373
Phone: (937) 339-7525-5
Fax: (937) 339-6606

Requests can also be made by phone, or fax. Office hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. excluding holidays.

Where Can I Find Miami County Sex Offender Information?

Registered sex offenders in Ohio are required by law to register vital details with their local sheriff's office. Ohio State's Adam Walsh Act empowers the State Police to make a repository publicly accessible through the Electronic Sex Offender Registration and Notification system (eSORN) database.

To search for registered sex offenders in Miami County, use the sex offender lookup tool on the Sheriff’s website or visit the state's Offender Search webpage to search for specific offenders by name, email address, and phone number.

Miami County Jail Information

The Miami County Incarceration Facility and the Miami County Jail are the correctional facilities in the county. The addresses are:

Miami County Jail
201 W. Main St.
Troy, OH 45373
(937) 440-3971

Miami County Incarceration Facility
2042 N. CR 25a
Troy, OH 45373
(937) 440-3490

To send money to an inmate in any of the jails, deposit money in the inmate’s accounts at the kiosks located in both jail lobbies. Electronic deposits to inmate accounts can be completed on-line by visiting www.accesscorrections.com. Choose "Ohio" and "Miami County" and then simply follow the prompts to deposit money. The kiosks are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The Sheriff’s Office runs the correctional facilities in Miami County Department. To find individuals incarcerated in the county prison, visit or call the facility using the contact information provided above or use the Jail Roster provided on the Sheriff’s website.

What are Miami County Court Records?

The Court of Common Pleas is the primary trial court in Miami County. It has a General Division, a Juvenile Division, and a Probate Court. These are located in the same courthouse. The county also has a municipal court. Below are the addresses and contact information of these courts:

Miami County Court of Common Pleas - General Division
Miami County Safety Building
201 W Main St
Troy, OH 45373
Phone: (937) 440-6010
Fax: (937) 440-6011

Miami County Court of Common Pleas - Juvenile Division
Miami County Safety Building
201 W Main St
Troy, OH 45373
Phone: (937) 440-5970
Fax: (937) 440-3531

Miami County Court of Common Pleas - Probate Court
Miami County Safety Building
201 W Main St
Troy, OH 45373
Phone: (937) 440-6050
Fax: (937) 440-3529

Miami County Municipal Court
Miami County Courthouse
215 W Main St
Troy, OH 45373
Phone: (937) 440-3910 (Traffic/Criminal)
Fax: (937) 440-3911 (Traffic/Criminal)
Phone: (937) 440-3919 (Civil)
Fax: (937) 440-3537 (Civil)

The Miami County Clerk of Courts maintains all official records of the Common Pleas Court, and Municipal Court. To obtain the records of the courts in the County, contact them by visiting or calling at these addresses:

Common Pleas Clerk of Courts
Third Floor Safety Building
201 W. Main St.
Troy, OH 45373
Phone: (937) 440-6010
Fax: (937) 440-6011

Municipal Clerk of Courts
Courthouse
215 W. Main St.
Troy, OH 45373
Traffic and Criminal
Third Floor
Phone: (937) 440-3910
Fax: (937) 440-3911

Civil
Second Floor
Phone: (937) 440-3919
Fax: (937) 440-3537

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Where and How to Get Miami County Divorce Records

Divorce records in Miami County are maintained by the Miami County Clerk of Courts. To obtain verified copies of your final Divorce/Dissolution of Marriage Decree, visit or call Miami County Clerk of Courts at:

Third Floor Safety Building
201 W. Main St.
Troy, OH 45373
Phone: (937) 440-6010
Fax: (937) 440-6011

Where and How to Miami County Get Marriage Records

The Miami Probate Court issues certified copies of marriage licenses in the county. You can request for these in person or by mail. Complete a Certified Copy of Marriage License Request Form. Bring or mail this form along with a self-addressed stamped envelope, valid identification, and payment to:

Miami County Probate Court
201 W. Main Street
Troy, OH 45373

Each certified copy of marriage license costs $2. Pay with cash, money order, or check when making a mail request. Make checks payable to the Miami County Probate Court.

Where and How to Get Miami County Birth Records and Death Records

The Miami County Public Health Office issues certified birth certificates for anyone born in the State of Ohio. Their records date back to 1908. The office also files death records for deaths that occur in the Miami County except for those inside the Piqua City limits.

Birth and death certificates cost $24 per certified copy. The Office accepts cash, money order, check, MasterCard, Visa, or Discover. All certificated copies of these vital records may be requested by mail, telephone order, or in person, by visiting the county's Public Health office Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m-3:30 p.m.

To request a birth or death certificate from Miami County Public Health, download and complete an Application for Certified Copies of Birth Certificate or Application for Certified Copy of Death Certificate. Bring or mail this to:

Miami County Public Health
510 W Water St Suite 130
Troy Ohio 45373
Phone: (937) 573-3500
Fax: (937) 573-3501