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Macomb County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Macomb County Arrest Records?

Macomb County arrest records are official documents that give information about incidents of arrests within the county. They give reports about arrested persons, the circumstances that led to arrests, and data on the rate of arrests executed within the county. The Macomb County Sheriff’s Office generates and maintains arrest records within the county. Visit or contact the office of the Macomb County Sheriff to get arrest records at:

Macomb County Sheriff’s Office
43565 Elizabeth Road
Mount Clemens, MI 48043
(586) 469-5151
sheriff@macombsheriff.com

How Do I Get Macomb County Police Reports?

The Records Office of the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for maintaining all criminal records for the county. It accepts public requests for police reports such as incident and accident reports. To obtain these reports, visit the Records Office located in the main lobby of the Sheriff’s Office at 43565 Elizabeth Road, Mount Clemens, MI 48043. The Records Office opens from 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. between Monday and Friday except for Wednesday when it closes at 7:30 p.m. A police report costs $6 per copy.

To view daily and weekly crime activity for the county, use the Interactive Crime Map on the website of the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office.

Crime Statistics

According to 2015 crime statistics, Macomb County recorded 1,833 violent crimes and 10,479 property crimes for the year. Aggravated assault was the most predominant violent crime with 1,208 incidents followed by 340 cases of robbery, 272 rapes, and 13 murders. A closer look at the county’s property crime data indicates that larceny led with 7,554 incidents. The year also recorded 1,651 burglaries, 1,205 vehicle thefts, and 46 arsons.

Compared to crime data for the previous year, Macomb County experienced 9.3% more violent crimes while the overall property crime rate dipped by 4.1%. A deeper analysis of crime statistics reveals that murder (62.5%), rape (11.9%), aggravated assault (13.6%), and arson (7%) rates grew. However, there were fewer incidences of robbery (1.9%), burglary (6.6%), larceny (4.5%), and vehicle theft (3.4%).

What are Macomb County Criminal Records?

Macomb County criminal records are official documents that provide sufficient details about the criminal activities carried out by persons within the county. A criminal record provides the name of the record’s subject, personal information or details about the subject, and information about criminal activities. The Michigan State Police manages criminal records and issues copies to interested persons within the state. Criminal records are part of Macomb public records, hence, they are available to members of the public.

How Do I Get Macomb County Criminal Records?

Macomb County criminal history information is available by carrying out name-based or fingerprint-based criminal history background checks. The Internet Criminal History Access Tool (ICHAT) allows interested persons to carry out name-based checks online. An interested person should register, then select ‘Search for Criminal History’ to conduct single or multiple criminal background checks. This service costs $10 per search. It is paid for with credit cards. To conduct a check with fingerprints, use the applicable or preferred fingerprint check method to get the required criminal records.

How to Find Macomb County Sex Offender Information?

The Michigan State Police maintains a statewide registry of sex offenders living in all the counties of Michigan. The State Police makes its sex offender database publicly accessible on a dedicated website. Visit the Michigan Public Sex Offender Registry website to search for sex offenders in different areas of Macomb County. Citizens can also use the search tool to find individual offenders by name and look up non-compliant offenders.

How do I Visit an Inmate in Macomb County Jail?

The Macomb County Jail allows inmate visits two times every week. The visiting days are from Sunday to Thursday, between the hours of 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and 5:45 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Visitation is done at the Jail Annex. The jail facility is located at:

Macomb County Jail
34625 26 Mile Road
New Haven, MI 48048
Phone: (586) 749-4900

Where and How to Find Macomb County Inmate Information?

The Sheriff’s Office is responsible for maintaining jail records for Macomb County. The county Sheriff provides a handy inmate locator tool to help enquirers search for individuals booked into any of the county’s correctional facilities.

What are Macomb County Court Records?

Macomb County court records consist of official and unofficial documents that give information about court proceedings handled by Macomb County courts. Records for all of these county courts are available on CourtView, a central online portal. Use the various search functions of this portal to find case records by name, case type, and case status. Also, search court records online through the Michigan Court registry. Court records can also be obtained by contacting the Macomb County Clerk’s Office at:

Macomb County Clerk’s Office
Court Section
40 North Main Street
Mount Clemens, MI 48043
Phone: (586) 469-5351
Fax: (586) 469-5364
Email: courtclerk@macombgov.org

Location of all Courts in Macomb County

The Judicial System of Macomb County comprises the Macomb County District Courts and the 16th Judicial Circuit Court which includes Probate, Juvenile, Drug, Mental Health, Veterans Treatment courts and the Friend of the Court. Below are the addresses and contact information of all the courts in Macomb County:

Macomb County Circuit Court
16th Circuit Court - Macomb
Macomb County Court Building
40 North Main Street
Mt. Clemens, MI 48043
Phone: (586) 469-5351

Macomb County District Courts

37th District Court - Center Line
7070 East 10 Mile Road
Center Line, MI 48015
Phone: (586) 757-8333
Fax: (586) 759-9611

37th District Court - Warren
8300 Common Road
Warren, MI 48093
Phone: (586) 574-4900
Fax: (586) 574-4932

38th District Court - Eastpointe
16101 9 Mile Road
Eastpointe, MI 48021
Phone: (586) 445-5020
Fax: (586) 445-5060

39th District Court - Fraser
33000 Garfield Road
P.O. Box 10
Fraser, MI 48026
Phone: (586) 293-3137
Fax: (586) 296-8499

39th District Court - Roseville
29733 Gratiot Avenue
Roseville, MI 48066
Phone: (586) 773-2010
Fax: (586) 445-5070

40th District Court - St. Clair Shores
27701 Jefferson Avenue
St. Clair Shores, MI 48081
Phone: (586) 445-5280
Fax: (586) 774-5430

41-A District Court - Shelby Township
51660 Van Dyke Avenue
Shelby Township, MI 48316
Phone: (586) 739-7325
Fax: (586) 726-4555

41-A District Court - Sterling Heights
40111 Dodge Park Road
Sterling Heights, MI 48313
Phone: (586) 446-2500

41B District Court - Clinton Township
22380 Starks Drive
Clinton Township, MI 48036
Phone: (586) 469-9300
Fax: (586) 469-1651

42nd District Court - Division 1 - Romeo
14713 33 Mile Road
P.O. Box 6
Romeo, MI 48065
Phone: (586) 752-9679
Fax: (586) 752-1906

42nd District Court - Division 2 - New Baltimore
35071 23 Mile Road
New Baltimore, MI 48047
Phone: (586) 725-9500
Fax: (586) 725-1404

Macomb County Probate Courts
Macomb County Probate Court - Mental Division
440 North Rose Street
Mt. Clemens, MI 48043
Phone: (586) 469-5320
Fax: (586) 783-0905

Macomb County Probate Court - Wills & Estates Division
21850 Dunham Road
Mt. Clemens, MI 48043
Phone: (586) 469-5290
Fax: (586) 783-0971

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What are Macomb County Vital Records?

Macomb County vital records are official documents that serve as evidence that certain vital events took place within the county. They include birth, marriage, divorce, and death records. Access to Macomb County vital records is restricted to certain persons. The Macomb County Clerk keeps all vital records at the county level. At the state level, the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services (MDHHS) maintains copies of all vital records.

Where and How to Get Macomb County Divorce Records?

The Macomb County Clerk provides copies of Macomb County divorce records to interested residents. Submit requests for divorce records to:

Macomb County Clerk’s Office
Talmer Building
120 North Main
Mount Clemens, MI 48043
(586) 469-5120

The MDHHS has divorce records from 1897 to date in the state in its custody. To get a divorce record, fill out the Application for Divorce Record form, enclose a copy of a valid ID and payment. Submit them as a mail request to:

Vital Records Request
P.O. Box 30721
Lansing, MI 48909

Or make a walk-in request at the Vital Records Office:

Vital Records Office
South Grand Building
1st Floor
333 South Grand Avenue
Lansing, MI 48933

Where and How to Get Macomb County Marriage Records?

The Clerk/Register of Deeds is the official responsible for maintaining and issuing marriage records for Macomb County. The County Clerk accepts in-person and mail requests. Complete the Vital Records Request Form. Bring or send it to:

Macomb County Clerk’s Office
Talmer Building
120 North Main
Mount Clemens, MI 48043
(586) 469-5120

The office opens between Monday and Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. The Clerk accepts cash for in-person requests and checks and credit/debit cards for mail requests. Make checks payable to Macomb County Clerk. The fee for the first certified copy of a marriage certificate is $15. Each additional copy of the same record ordered at the same time costs $5.

Marriage records from 1867 to date are at the Vital Records Office of the MDHHS. To request a marriage record, fill out the Application for Marriage Record form. Include payment and a copy of a valid ID with the form and mail it to:

Vital Records Request
P.O. Box 30721
Lansing, MI 48909

Or submit them in person to at:

Vital Records Office
South Grand Building
1st Floor
333 South Grand Avenue
Lansing, MI 48933

Where and How to Get Macomb County Birth Records?

The Clerk/Register of Deeds maintains and issues copies of birth records for Macomb County. The County Clerk accepts in-person and mail requests for birth records. Interested persons should fill out the Vital Records Request Form. Submit it in person or by mail with a copy of a valid ID and payment to:

Macomb County Clerk’s Office
Talmer Building
120 North Main
Mount Clemens, MI 48043
(586) 469-5120

In-person requests are accepted from Monday to Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Cash payments are accepted for in-person requests, while check and credit/debit cards are for mail requests. Make checks payable to Macomb County Clerk. The fee for the first certified copy of a birth record costs $15. Each additional copy of the same record requested at the same time costs $5.

The MDHHS Vital Records Office also keeps birth records. To request birth records, complete the Application for Certified Copy of Birth Record form. Enclose a valid ID and payment with and submit them by mail to:

Vital Records Request
P.O. Box 30721
Lansing, MI 48909

Or in person at:

Vital Records Office
South Grand Building
1st Floor
333 South Grand Avenue
Lansing, MI 48933

Where and How to Get Macomb County Death Records?

The Clerk/Register of Deeds keeps all records of deaths registered in Macomb County. Interested persons may get death records in person or via mail by filling out the Vital Records Request Form. Submit the filled-out form with payment and a copy of a valid ID to:

Macomb County Clerk’s Office
Talmer Building
120 North Main
Mount Clemens, MI 48043
(586) 469-5120

Requesters can make in-person requests from Monday to Friday between 8:00 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. The Clerk accepts cash for in-person requests. Accepted mail requests payment methods include credit/debit cards. Make checks payable to Macomb County Clerk. The first certified copy of a death record costs $15. Each additional copy of the same record ordered at the same time costs $5.

The DHHS maintains records of deaths in Michigan and provides interested individuals with access through in-person or by mail requests. To get a copy of a death record, complete the Application for Certified Copy of Death Certificate form. Attach payment and a copy of a valid photo ID. Mail the documents to:

Vital Records Request
P.O. Box 30721
Lansing, MI 48909

Or submit an in-person request to:

Vital Records Office
South Grand Building
1st Floor
333 South Grand Avenue
Lansing, MI 48933

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Macomb County?

Pursuant to the Michigan State Freedom of Information Act, Macomb County property records are open records and can be accessed by members of the public. All records maintained by the government should be available to anyone, unless otherwise stated.

Where and How to Find Property Records in Macomb County

Macomb County property records are under the purview of the Macomb County Recorder of Deeds. People can obtain copies online, via mail or in person. Requesters who intend to submit search requests by mail or in person should download and complete a Search Form, attach the required fees and submit to:

Macomb County Register of Deeds, 120 North Main Street
Mount Clemens, MI 48043
Phone: (586) 469-7953
Fax: (586) 469-5130

The office opens between 8:00 a.m. and 4:15 p.m., from Mondays to Fridays (except on holidays). The Register of Deeds charges $5 for a 10 year-based search, and 50 cents for each additional year searched. Copy fee is $1 per page, and an additional $5 per document for certification, if needed.

How to Look Up Macomb County Property Records

Anyone can look up Macomb County property records online. The Macomb County Recorder of Deeds provides a free search option and allows people to check for property records strictly by name. The free name-based search will not provide complete information about the record like images and other document details. Record seekers using this service for the first time will need to create an account using a valid e-mail address. Registered users should log-in with a preexisting account.

Alternatively, a complete property record search option is available. Users will need to subscribe before they can utilize this service. The database contains indexes and images of property records filed since 1818. Interested parties may subscribe to either a Free Unlimited Search where they can search a vast number of records without paying, or a Per-month Subscription Service for a fee charge. The limited service option, although free, will charge $6 per document view. The fees for a Per-month Subscription Service include:

  • $44 per month or after 80 searches
  • $90.10 per month or after 170 searches
  • $135.20 per month or after 260 searches
  • $220.50 per month or after 450 searches

Users' registered Credit Cards will be charged every month should they cross the search limits or not.

Location of Macomb County Property Assessors

City of Warren Assessor
Suite 310
One City Square
Warren, MI 48093
Phone: (586) 574-4532

City of Sterling Heights Assessor
40555 Utica Road
Sterling Heights, MI 48313
Phone: (586) 446-2340

City of Royal Oak Assessor
211 South Williams Street
Room 108
Royal Oak, MI 48067
Phone: (248) 246-3110

City of Roseville Assessor
29777 Gratiot
Roseville, MI 48066
Phone: (586) 445-5430