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What are Boone County Public Records?

Chapter 22.7 of Iowa law on examination of public records, defines Boone County public records as records that are related to investment of public funds which include but are not limited to investments, contracts, trading orders, and investment policies whether in possession of the government body in charge of the funds, a fiduciary or a third party. The Iowa pubic acts describe forms of these records as papers, documents, maps, letters, and written, printed, or typed books, e-books, or records stored in electronic format on a database.

Boone County records that are considered non-confidential and unrestricted by law are made available to the members of the public to make copies disseminate or publish. However, state law provides some exemptions to the law on public access. Members of the general public cannot inspect or obtain copies of the following records:

  • Personal information on a present, prospective or former student held by any educational institution
  • hospital records, medical records, and professional counselor records of a patient's or former patient's condition, diagnosis, care, or therapy, including outpatient records.
  • Trade secrets that are legally recognized and guarded as such.
  • Records that are related to litigation or a claim made by or against a public authority, and which represent and constitute the work product of an attorney.
  • government reports that, if made public, would benefit rivals while serving no useful purpose

In addition to government agencies, some public records may also be accessible from third-party websites. These non-government platforms come with intuitive tools that allow for expansive searches. Record seekers may either opt to use these tools to search for a specific record or multiple records. However, users will need to provide enough information to assist with the search such as:

  • The name of the subject involved in the record (subject must be older than 18 or not juvenile)
  • The address of the requestor
  • A case number or file number (if known)
  • The location of the document or person involved
  • The last known or current address of the registrant

Third-party sites are not sponsored by government agencies. Because of this, record availability and results may vary.

Boone County Crime Statistics

The Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) program created by the Iowa department of public safety is Boone County’s main source for crime and arrest information. According to the data collated for 2020, Boone County had four sexual offenses cases,35 burglary incidents,107 assault cases,139 drug-related offenses, and 21 cases of motor vehicle theft.

Compared to other counties in the state of Iowa, Boone County had a slightly lower average number of crimes which makes it a relatively safer place to live relative to other counties in Iowa.

Are Boone County Criminal Records Public?

yes, Boone County criminal records are considered public. Boone County criminal records are made available on request to inquiries as long as the criminal request form has been signed and authorized by the subject of the request, especially when done as background checks for employment or licensing purposes. Requests must be made through the Iowa criminal dissemination unit of the Iowa division of criminal investigation(DCI). Boone County criminal records requests can be made through the mail, fax, in-person, or Email

For all requests made by mail, email, and fax, requestors must download both the billing forms and request forms, and the request form should be filled with the subjects' personal information like the first name, last name, and social security number. The billing form would require requestors to indicate the method of payment. The DCI charges $15 per copy for a Boone County criminal history record check. The completed forms must be sent to

Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation
Support Operations Bureau 1st Floor
215 E 7th St
Des Moines IA 50319
Fax: (515) 725-6080

How to Obtain Boone County Police Reports and Arrest Records?

The Boone County Sheriff's Department has police reports and arrest records that are available to anyone interested. Residents who are interested in these records should get in touch with the department and provide information about the record, such as the names of the parties involved, the incident's description, the date it occurred, the officers in charge, and any other details they may be aware of. Attention: If interested parties want to get physical copies, the department may charge a copy fee. Requests for Boone County arrest records and police reports should be sent to:

Boone County sheriff's office
1019 W Mamie Eisenhower Ave,
Boone,
IA 50036

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Boone County

Iowa Division of criminal investigation maintains a statewide searchable database that contains information on the registered sex offenders in the state of Iowa. The Iowa sex offenders registry was established to assist in locating and identifying those who have committed an offense that necessitates registration on the Sex Offender Registry, in accordance with Iowa Code chapter 692A. The registry can be used by citizens to search for sex offender information by area, name, city, non-compliance status, internet name, or email address.

How to Find Boone County Inmate Records

Inmate records is a term used to describe written or electronic information about a person's personal, criminal, and medical history, behavior, and activities while in custody. Boone County inmate records are information about incarcerated individuals sent to serve time in the Boone County jail. these records can give information about

  • Full name of an inmate
  • Date of birth and approximate age of incarceration
  • Time served in jail

Interested persons can obtain Boone County inmate records by contacting the Boone County sheriff's office jail division.

1019 W Mamie Eisenhower Ave,
Boone, IA 50036
Phone number:(515) 433-0524

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Boone County Jail?

To visit inmates at the Boone County jail it is important to make an appointment with the Boone County sheriff's office. On Saturday and Sunday, the public is welcome to visit inmates from 1- 4 p.m. During these visitation hours, visitation is conducted through phone and monitors. an inmate of the Boone County jail A visitors list must be submitted by inmates five days before they are granted visitation privileges. A visitors list must be submitted by inmates five days before they are granted visitation privileges.

Boone County Court Records

The Boone County court system comprises the main district court and a juvenile court that serves as a branch of the district court. All court documents filed in the County are managed and maintained by a district court clerk. District courts in the County have broad authority over civil, criminal, juvenile, and probate cases. In district court cases, disputes between parties are first brought to court, criminal charges are brought, trials are held, lawyers present their cases, witnesses testify, juries deliberate, and judges render verdicts.

The juvenile court is a specialized court within the district court that presides over cases solely related to children, which include:

  • Child in need of help cases, usually involve abused, neglected, or abandoned kids.
  • Cases involving the termination of parental rights, which require disconnecting the child's legal connection to his or her parent
  • Commitment proceedings, entail the admission of a child to a hospital or other treatment center to address a mental health condition or a substance misuse issue.

Location of Boone County Courts

The Boone County district and the juvenile court are located at

201 State Street
Boone, IA 50036
Phone: (515) 433-0561
Fax: (515) 433-0563

Are Boone County Court Records Public?

Boone County records are public and available to interested parties who seek access to case records as well as information on court procedures and administration, these records are available for recording and copying unless specified otherwise by the Iowa Court Rules or state statute. Records considered sensitive or confidential is not available to members of the general public.

Requests for Boone County district court case records must be made to the clerk of court office in Boone County, where the case is filed. If the requested records are publically accessible, the district County clerk will inform the requester when, how, and if there are any fees involved in making the records available. information on Boone County court proceedings can also be accessed online via Iowa online court database.

How to Obtain Boone County Civil Court Case Records

There are numerous types of civil cases, including family law (such as divorce, child support, custody arrangements, and visiting rights), tort law (such as injury, contract law (such as breach of contract, product responsibility, agreements (written and oral), employment legislation, and petty claims.

Request for Boone County civil court case records can be made to the Boone County clerk's office

201 State Street
Boone, IA 50036
Phone: (515) 433-0561
Fax: (515) 433-0563

How to Obtain Boone County Criminal Court Records

Yes, Boone County criminal records are made available on request to inquiries as long as the criminal request form has been signed and authorized by the subject of the request, especially when done as background checks for employment or licensing purposes. Requests must be made through the Iowa criminal dissemination unit of the Iowa division of criminal investigation(DCI). Boone County criminal records requests can be made through the mail, fax, in-person, or Email

For all requests made by mail, email, and fax requestors must download both the billing forms and request form both forms must be downloaded, and the request form should be filled with the subjects' personal information like the first name, last name, and social security number. The billing form would require requestors to indicate the method of payment. The DCI charges $15 per copy for a Boone County criminal history record check. The completed forms must be sent to

Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation
Support Operations Bureau 1st Floor
215 E 7th St
Des Moines IA 50319
Fax: (515) 725-6080x

Note: Criminal court records are not the same thing as criminal records. These essentially case files generated in the court during criminal trials.

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What are Boone County Vital Records?

Boone County vital records are valuable documents that contain records of life events of individuals in Boone County, Iowa which is kept under the authority of the Boone County recorders office. some examples of these records-birth certificates, marriage certificates, marriage licenses, divorce certificates, separation agreements, and death certificates. These vital records are available, on request, to eligible individuals; some become part of public records after a while.

Where and How to Obtain Boone County Divorce Records

A formal record of a divorce, such as a divorce decree or divorce certificate, attests to the dissolution of a marriage. A divorce decree reflects the court's final decision, which includes the division of assets and debts, the custody arrangement, and child support, whereas a divorce certificate only contains the key facts of the divorce.

An application must be filled out before requesting Boone County divorce records.to obtain a divorce record in Iowa requestors must be either one of the separated couple, a legal representative, or a be given authority by the court to obtain the records. Records can be requested at the Boone County recorder's office or the Iowa department of public health. The application cost for these divorce records is $15 per copy.

Boone County recorder
201 state street
Boone, Ia 50036
Phone: (515) 433-0514
Fax: (515) 433-4972

Iowa Department of Public Health
Bureau of Health Statistics
Lucas State Office Building
1st Floor, 321 E. 12th Street
Des Moines, IA 50319-0075

Where and How to Get Public Boone County Marriage Records.

A marriage record is an official document issued by government authorities that serves as proof that a couple is legally solemnized. Boone County marriage record information and documents are available to eligible persons who request them. A request for Boone County marriage records can be made online, by telephone, by mail, or in-person by visiting the Boone County recorder's office. The Boone County recorder's office holds marriage records that date as far back as 1851. Each copy of the certified marriage records costs $15 irrespective of if the record is located or not. All record seekers may submit complete requests for Boone County marriage certificates to:

Boone County Recorder
201 state street
boone, ia 50036
Phone: (515) 433-0514
Fax: (515) 433-4972

A formal record of a divorce, such as a divorce decree or divorce certificate, attests to the dissolution of a marriage. A divorce decree reflects the court's final decision, which includes the division of assets and debts, the custody arrangement, and child support, whereas a divorce certificate only contains the key facts of the divorce.

Where and How to Find Boone County Birth Records.

A birth record is a vital document used to record the birth of a child it contains some important information like the place of birth, time of birth, and names f the parents of the child. To obtain a Certified Copy of a birth record, individuals must be entitled to it, such as the owner of the document, a legal parent, grandparent, spouse, brother, sister, child, legal guardian, or legal representative. Boone County birth records are issued at the County level from the bone County recorders office or at the state, vital records at the state level. the bone County Records office has records for individuals who were birth in Boone County that date back as far as 1889 to the present. Boone County birth records are open to the public for inspection Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. to request a Boone County birth record, interested individuals should complete the online request form and forward it to the County office.

Boone County Recorder
chris r. duncan
201 state street
boone, ia 50036
Phone: (515) 433-0514
Fax: (515) 433-4972

Where and How to Find Boone County Death Records

Boone County death records contain death details, including the name of the decedent, date of death, age at death, and the subject’s gender. Only members of the decedent’s immediate family and persons with a legal interest in the record can obtain copies after the death.

Record seekers may request Boone County death certificates from the Boone County recorder's office. The Boone County recorder's office has death records that date back as far as 1880, these records are open to the public. All interested parties should submit requests with $15.00 payments and a valid ID. Primary ID options include a passport, pilot's license, concealed weapons license, citizenship card, driver's license, or state-issued non-driver ID. Eligible parties should submit applications to:

Boone County Recorder
201 state street
boone, ia 50036
Phone: (515) 433-0514
Fax: (515) 433-4972

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