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Warren County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Criminal Records

The Warren County Sheriff’s Office serves as the main law enforcement agency for the county. It processes requests for crash reports, background records, and other public documents. County residents can request local background checks for free by submitting an application in person, by mail, or by completing an online records request form.

Office Manager/Records Custodian
822 Memorial Drive
Lebanon, OH 45036

Note: The results of the local search are limited to arrest records within the county only.

How to Obtain Sex Offender Information

The Warren County Sheriff’s Office publishes an online list of sex offenders in the county. Residents can also subscribe for a notification service, which alerts them when an offender moves within a mile of their residence. In addition, the Ohio Attorney General's Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) maintains an online registry that offers a broader state-wide search.

How to Obtain Inmate Information

Records of inmates currently held in county jails can be obtained from the Warren County Sheriff’s Office online in-custody list. Interested parties can search for records by the last name. In addition, the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction provides access to an online database that displays data of offenders held in correctional inmate facilities across the state. Members of the public can conduct searches by name, county, zip code, or using any known offender number.

Court Records

Warren County’s court system is made up of multiple courts, including the court of common pleas, county courts, and courts of claims. Interested parties can obtain court records by contacting the clerk of court. Records for cases filed at the courts of common pleas may also be viewed at public terminals at:

Warren County Court of Common Pleas (General and Domestic Relations Divisions)
Common Pleas Courts Building
500 Justice Dr, P.O. Box 238
Lebanon, OH 45036
Phone: (513) 695-1120
Fax: (513) 695-2965

Warren County Court of Common Pleas (Probate and Juvenile Division)
Probate/Juvenile Justice Center
900 Memorial Drive
Lebanon, OH 45036
Phone: (513) 695-1160 (Juvenile)
Fax: (513) 695-2948 (Juvenile)
Phone: (513) 695-1180 (Probate)
Fax: (513) 695-2945 (Probate)

Querying parties will be required to provide relevant information such as the case number and specific case type. Records of criminal, civil, and traffic cases filed in the county court can also be obtained online using the record search tool. Requesters can base search by name, case number, citation number or court type. Warren County is also home to multiple Municipal and Mayor’s courts, covering different cities, towns, and villages. Records of cases filed at these courts may be available at each respective courthouse location.

Lebanon Municipal Court
50 S Broadway
Lebanon, OH 45036
Phone: (513) 933-7210
Fax: (513) 933-7212

Franklin Municipal Court
1 Benjamin Franklin Way
Franklin, OH 45005
Phone: (937) 746-2858
Fax: (937) 743-7751

Mason Municipal Court
5950 S Mason Montgomery Rd
Mason, OH 45040
Phone: (513) 398-7901
Fax: (513) 459-8085

Morrow Mayor's Court
150 E Pike St
Morrow, OH 45152
Phone: (513) 899-2821
Fax: (513) 899-3170

South Lebanon Mayor's Court
99 N High St
South Lebanon, OH 45065
Phone: (513) 494-2296

Waynesville Mayor's Court
1400 Lytle Rd
Waynesville, OH 45068

Springboro Mayor's Court
Springboro Municipal Building
320 W Central Ave
Springboro, OH 45066
Phone: (937) 748-4366
Fax: (937) 748-2261

Harveysburg Mayor's Court
79 W Main St, P.O. Box 189
Harveysburg, OH 45032
Phone: (513) 897-3998

Carlisle Mayor's Court
760 W Central Ave
Carlisle, OH 45005
Phone: (937) 746-0117
Fax: (937) 746-3958

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

Vital Records

Warren County provides access to vital records at the county and state level. To secure records, interested parties may be required to provide a copy of a valid ID. Accepted options include U.S. passport, driver's license, or a military ID card.

How to Find Divorce Records

Members of the public can obtain records of divorce decrees granted in the county by contacting the clerk of court at the:

Common Pleas Courts Building
500 Justice Dr, P.O. Box 238
Lebanon, OH 45036
Phone: (513) 695-1120
Fax: (513) 695-2965

Requests must include relevant details such as the case number and the name of the attorneys involved in the case.

How to Find Birth and Death Records

The Warren County Health District maintains records for births and deaths that occurred in the county. Interested parties can obtain certified copies of a birth/death record by submitting a completed request form. Requests should include the full name and contact details of the applicant as well as relevant information on the person on record. Mailed requests should be sent with the appropriate fee to:

Warren County Combined Health District
416 South East Street
Lebanon, OH 45036

The department charges $22.00 for each copy of a record.

Note: Certified copies of birth records are only available to the person on record and members of the immediate family.

County residents can also obtain records from the Vital Statistics Office of the Ohio Department of Health. It processes both same day (in-person) and mail requests. To obtain a certified copy of a birth/death record by mail, interested parties must send a completed application form to the:

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

The department charges $21.50 for each copy of a birth or death records.

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Warren County?

Warren County property records are considered public under the Ohio Public Records Law. These records are accessible by anyone who submits a request to the county's record keeper. In Warren County, requestors may apply to the Auditor's or Recorder's Offices.

Where and How to Find Property Records in Warren County?

Persons seeking property records may contact the Warren County Auditor's Office. The office is responsible for the appraisal and tax assessment of county properties through its Real Estate Department. Ohio law mandates general reappraisals for all real properties every six years and an update after three years.

This Auditor's Office maintains information on all real properties in the county, including ownership, building description, property address, legal description, appraised value, building footprint, and property transfer information. Parties interested in one or more of these records may contact the Auditor's Office with their requests. Applications should be sent using the following details:

Warren County Auditor's Office
406 Justice Drive
Lebanon, OH 45036
Phone: (513) 695-1235 (Real Estate Department)
Email: auditor@wcauditor.org
Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The Warren County Recorder's Office also maintains documents on all recorded real property in the county. Requestors can purchase records at the Recorder's Office or obtain desired information via an online search. For offline records, interested persons may contact the:

Warren County Recorder's Office
406 Justice Drive
Lebanon, OH 45036
Phone: (513) 695-1382
Phone: (513) 625-1382
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays

How to Look Up Warren County Property Records

The Warren County Auditor's Office maintains an online property search in collaboration with the county's Recorder, Treasurer, and IT departments. Users can search by entering names, addresses, parcel IDs, subdivisions, lots, or account numbers. The page also features an advanced search option with more search criteria. Multiple property images are available online, along with the option of a printable property report.

Land records are also available online via the Recorder's Office's search page. Searchers can input basic criteria such as names, dates, document types and numbers, as well as book and page numbers. An advanced criteria option allows requestors to enter parcel numbers. For the most relevant search results, users are advised to search by entering the property's 10-digit parcel number. Limited information, including parties and fees, are available through the Recorder's search function.

Location of Warren County Property Assessors

Warren County Auditor's Office
406 Justice Drive
Lebanon, OH 45036
Phone: (513) 695-1235 (Real Estate Department)
Email: auditor@wcauditor.org
Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.