The Civil & Records Division is responsible for the execution of civil processes and various mandates of the courts. Its purpose and function is to serve and execute the various legal processes issued by, and for, the several non-criminal courts of New York State and for the jurisdications of other states and countries throughout the world.
The division handles pistol permit applications and amendments, Sheriff ID's, as well as the serving of court-ordered divorce actions, eviction papers, orders of protection, income executions, warrants, and notices of appearance.
For copies of our fee schedule, Sheriff's ID application, pistol permit instructions or other commonly requested forms please click on the FORMS tab to your right.
This division is also responsible for the securing and dissemination of all police reports.
Police Reports: Copies of police reports can be obtained by calling the Records Office in advance. Reports are .25 cents per page and photographs are $2.00 a piece. In most instances police reports are not available for at least 3-5 business days from the time of the report.