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What Are Sioux County Arrest Records?

Arrest records in Sioux County refer to reports of arrests conducted by local law enforcement agencies. These records typically contain descriptive information about the arrestee and the crimes supposedly committed. The Sioux County Sheriff is responsible for maintaining and disseminating arrest records to county residents. Statewide, the Division of Criminal Investigation generates and maintains arrest records for Iowa.

Crime Statistics

The Federal Bureau of Investigation creates an annual statistical report highlighting the crimes reported all over the nation. A 2017 report on Iowa showed that Sioux County reported two violent crimes and 51 property crimes throughout the reported year. Violent cases included one rape and one count of aggravated assault. Among the reported property crimes, there were seventeen counts of burglary, 31 counts of robbery, three counts of vehicular theft, and one arson count.

What Are Sioux County Criminal Records?

Sioux County criminal records are official documents that detail an individual’s illegal activity within the county’s boundaries. These records typically contain information on the criminals, including physical descriptors, mugshots, arrest records, court records, and incarceration information. The Sioux County Sheriff’s Office maintains criminal records and accepts requests to inspect them. Statewide, the Division of Criminal Investigation accepts requests for criminal records.

How Do I Get Criminal Records in Sioux County?

Requesters can obtain criminal records by contacting the Sheriff’s Office in person or by telephone, email, or US Mail. Interested parties must provide as much information as can be reasonably expected to assist with the search. Requesters will not be able to obtain juvenile records or traffic record dispositions. There is a reasonable search fee which varies based on the time spent searching. The price for copying documents is $.50 per page. The Sheriff’s office address is below:

Sioux County Sheriff's Office
Public Safety Center
4363 Ironwood Ave Ste 1
Orange City, IA 51041
Phone: (712) 737-2280

How Do I Find Sioux County Sex Offender Information?

The Sioux County Sheriff’s Office maintains a database of registered sex offenders in the county and makes the information available on an interactive webpage. Users can look through the names of offenders listed on the page and click on a name to see the offender’s address and tier level on a map. Users can also click through to learn more details on the sex offender, such as the offender’s date of birth, age, descriptive qualities, and the sexual crimes the offender committed.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Sioux County Jail?

To visit an inmate, that inmate must add the visitor’s name to a visitation sheet list with three other people. Contact the jail administration for information on the visitation schedule and make an appointment with the intended inmate. Each visitation session is 20 minutes long. Visitors must bring along a valid government-issued ID, and minors are not allowed to visit inmates. Visitors are subject to a full search upon admission to the facility and must dress in clothing that covers sensitive body parts. Pastors may visit prisoners in a private room but must call the jail ahead to schedule a visit at the:

Sioux County Jail
4363 Ironwood Ave.,
Suite 2
Orange City, IA. 51041

Where and How to Find Sioux County Inmate Information

The Sioux County Sheriff’s Office keeps a list of every inmate currently incarcerated in its jail. This list is regularly updated and made available on the Sheriff’s website. Interested individuals can query the roster to find inmates’ names, date of booking, and reason for booking.

What Are Sioux County Court Records?

Sioux County court records are official documents that detail court proceedings in the county. Court proceedings can be civil or criminal, and the files typically contain testimonies, depositions, evidence, judgments, and other processes. Contact the Sioux County Clerk of District Court in person or in writing to obtain court records. The address of the clerk is below:

Sioux County Clerk of Court
210 Central Avenue South
P.O. Box 47,
Orange City, IA 51041

Locations of All the Courts in Sioux County

Sioux County District Court is the central court in the county. Its address is below:

Sioux County District Court
210 Central Avenue South
P.O. Box 47,
Orange City, IA 51041

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What Are Sioux County Vital Records?

Sioux County vital records are legal documents recording important life occurrences in the county like births, deaths, marriages, and marital dissolutions. In Iowa, vital records are only available to eligible requesters like the record holders, direct family, or legal representatives. Direct family and attorneys must, typically, provide proof of eligibility to request vital records. In Sioux County, requesters can get vital records from the County Recorder or the Clerk of District Court. Iowa Department of Public Health’s Bureau of Health Statistics provides vital records at the state level.

Where and How to Get Sioux County Divorce Records

The Sioux County Clerk of District Court maintains a register of all divorces that have been conducted in the county. Eligible parties can request a divorce record by making a request in person or by mail to the following address:

Sioux County Clerk of Court
210 Central Avenue South
P.O. Box 47,
Orange City, IA 51041

Interested individuals can also request divorce records from the office of the Sioux County Recorder. Mail divorce record requests to the following address:

Sioux County Recorder
P.O. Box 48
210 Central Ave SW
Orange City, IA 51041
Phone: (712) 737-2229

Where and How to Get Sioux County Marriage Records

The Sioux County Recorder stores records of marriages that occurred in the county and makes them available to eligible requesters. To obtain a marriage record, fill out a marriage certificate application form, have it notarized, and submit it along with a copy of a valid government-issued ID to the County Recorder’s office. The fee for obtaining marriage records is $15, payable in cash, cheque, or credit card and must be included with the application. If the record request is sent by mail, include a stamped and self-addressed envelope to facilitate the delivery of the record. The address of the county recorder is below:

Sioux County Recorder
P.O. Box 48
210 Central Ave SW
Orange City, IA 51041
Phone: (712) 737-2229

Where and How to Get Sioux County Birth and Death Records

Sioux County birth and death records can be obtained by contacting the office of the County Recorder. Contact can be established in person or by mail. To request a birth or death record, fill the appropriate section of the vital records request form have it notarized. Then, attach a legible copy of a valid government-issued ID and a fee of $15 in cash or cheque to the application. If sending the application by mail, include a stamped, self-addressed envelope. The address of the county recorder is below:

Sioux County Recorder
P.O. Box 48
210 Central Ave SW
Orange City, IA 51041
Phone: (712) 737-2229

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