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6 Court St. | Geneseo, NY 14454
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Records
The Records Office staff consists of four full-time employees. Records management at the Livingston County Sheriff's Office is processed and maintained by the Records Division on the New World Aegis Records Management System.

Responsibilities
The Records Division is responsible for recording, storing, retrieving, disposing, and disseminating records. This includes motor vehicle accidents, cases, traffic tickets, arrests, family court summons, subpoenas, domestic violence reports, DWIs, etc.

Motor Vehicle Accident Reports
For your convenience, motor vehicle accident reports taken by the Livingston County Sheriff's Office are now available online. If the report you are looking for is unavailable, please call the Records Office.

Criminal Reports / Complaints
Access to criminal reports / complaints maintained by the Livingston County Sheriff's Office will be in accordance with provisions of the Freedom of Information Law as set forth by Article 6 of the New York State Public Officers Law.

Record Checks
You may contact the New York State Office of Court Administration for a name-based check by clicking here

Individuals can request their own record from the New York State Department of Criminal Justice Services by clicking here or the Federal Bureau of Investigations by clicking here.

Contact Us
Records Office

Livingston County Sheriff's Office
4 Court Street
Geneseo, NY 14454

Ph: 585-243-7140
Ph: 585-335-1747

Hours
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
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Livingston County Sheriff's Office
4 Court Street
Geneseo, NY 14454

Ph: 585-243-7100
Ph: 585-335-1742
Fx: 585-243-7104
Emergency: 911

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News & Updates
SOLVED - Identity of Jane Doe
Monday, January 26, 2015 - Livingston County Sheriff reports a major breakthrough in the 1979 unidentified homicide case commonly referred to as the Caledonia Jane Doe case.
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