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St. Martin Parish Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are St. Martin Public Records?

Under Louisiana Public Records Act, St. Martin Parish public records comprise all data created, stored, and amended by public bodies to fulfill official duties. St. Martin Parish public records may exist as books, maps, written reports, photographs, charters, email, and SMS. Per the Louisiana Public Records Act, public bodies are mandated to provide public records to a requester unless the law exempts them from public view. The following documents are examples of exempted public records:

  • Records containing proprietary data and trade secrets
  • Data about investigative techniques and security procedures of a public body
  • The legislative auditors’ work documents
  • Surveillance videos of executive sessions
  • Social security number of educational instructors
  • Information on accident reports, according to the R.S. 32:398
  • Protected medical information.
  • Floor plans and blueprints of public school buildings
  • Pending criminal litigation

St. Martin Parish Criminal Statistics

The Louisiana Statistical Analysis Center collates and publishes the crime statistics of all the state cities and metropolitan areas. St. Martin Parish crime rates are collated under the Lafayette Metropolitan Area. Per the 2019 crime report, Lafayette Metropolitan Area reported a total of 18,627 crimes, including 2,288 violent crimes and 15,979 property crimes. The listed violent crimes cover 44 murders, 117 rapes, 330 robberies, and 1,797 aggravated assaults. On the other hand, the recorded property crimes include 3,540 burglaries, 11,389 larceny-thefts, and 1,140 motor vehicle thefts.

Are St. Martin Parish Criminal Records Public?

Under Louisiana’s Open Records Act. not all criminal records in St. Martin Parish are public records. Criminal records containing juvenile crimes and other confidential data are restricted from public access. The St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office acts as the custodian of all criminal records generated in the parish. Members of the public can obtain criminal records and background checks at the records department of the Sheriff’s Office located at:

St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office
400 Saint Martin Street
Saint Martinville, LA 70582
Phone: (337) 394-2520
Fax: (337) 394-2542

The St. Martin Parish Clerk of Courts also provides access to criminal records through an online searchable platform. Request criminal records of Parish residents by filling out the criminal record request form. Provide the following information on the form: the record subject’s full name, birth date, and social security number. Send the completed form alongside a $20 search fee to the St. Martin Clerk of Courts at:

St. Martin Clerk of Court
415 St. Martin Street
P.O. 308
St. Martinville, LA 70582
Phone: (337) 394-2210
Fax: (337) 394-7772

Likewise, the Louisiana State Police (LSP) maintains all criminal records generated within the state. Criminal records at the LSP are accessible to interested persons through an internet background check, mail, and in-person request. Register or sign-in into an existing account on the online platform to access criminal records in St. Martin.

To get criminal records through mail or in-person, download and fill out the authorization form alongside the correct disclosure form. For instance, employers requesting a background check on an employee must use the General Disclosure Form. An interested person must fill out the Rap Disclosure Form for a criminal background check on various boards, such as the Louisiana Board of Pharmacy and State Board of Nursing.

How to Obtain St. Martin Parish Police Reports and Arrest Records

St. Martin Parish police reports and arrest records are under the St. Martin Parish Sheriff Office’s jurisdiction. Interested members of the public can obtain copies of St. Martin police reports and arrest records by contacting the Sheriff’s Office at the address below

St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office
400 Saint Martin Street
Saint Martinville, LA 70582
Phone: (337) 394-2520
Fax: (337) 394-2542

How to Find St. Martin Parish Sex Offender Information

The St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office maintains an online Sex Offender Registry. The registry aids members of the public to track convicted and wanted sex offenders. Query the database using either the name, phone number, email address, internet name, or location of the suspected sex offender. The portal also allows searchers to sign up for email alerts and share information with others.

Where And How To Find St. Martin Parish Inmate Information

The St. Martin Parish Jail maintains an online jail roster. Information on an inmate incarcerated at the facility is accessible on the webpage. Likewise, inmate information is accessible on the Offender Search portal. To use the portal, the searcher must know the inmate’s full name.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in St. Martin Parish

The St. Martin Parish Jail houses all offenders in St. Martin Parish. It's located at:

Saint Martin Parish Correctional facility
437 West Mills Avenue
Breaux Bridge, LA 70517
Phone: (337) 332-2131

Generally, the jail allows on-site visitations. Furthermore, visitors must be on the inmate’s visitation list and schedule a visit in advance. Visitors must arrive at the jail facility before the scheduled visitation time. Only five visitors are allowed per visit, and this includes children. A detailed schedule window is available on the jail’s webpage. More so, visitors must sign a visitation log upon entry at the jail lobby and carry a government-issued photo ID. A legal guardian or parent must accompany visitors under the age of 17 years.

Court Records

As part of the Louisiana 13th Judicial District, St. Martin Parish’s court system consists of a District Court, City Court, five Justice of the Peace Courts, and three Mayor’s Courts. St. Martin Parish Court Records are documents, files, and transcripts of everything that occurs during a legal process. The court generates and maintains them from when a litigant files a case to when a judge delivers a verdict and when a party files an appeal. The address and contact details of St. Martin Parish’s courts are listed below.

St. Martin Parish District Court
St. Martin 16th Judicial District Court
St. Martin Parish Courthouse
415 South Main Street
P.O. Box 308,
St. Martinville, LA 70582
Phone: (337) 394-2210
Fax: (337) 394-7772

St. Martin Parish City Court
Breaux Bridge City Court
101 Berard Street,
Breaux Bridge, LA 70517
Phone: (337) 332-4117
Fax: (337) 332-8511

St. Martin Parish Justice of the Peace Courts
Justice of the Peace Ward 1
1029 Nelson Road,
St. Martinville, LA 70582
Phone: (337) 394-3390

Justice of the Peace Ward 2
304 Governor Mouton Street,
St. Martinville, LA 70582
Phone: (337) 394-1202

Justice of the Peace Ward 3
1024 Joe Mouton Road,
St. Martinville, LA 70582
Phone: (337) 342-0306

Justice of the Peace Ward 5
1006-B Legrand Road,
Breaux Bridge, LA 70517
Phone: (337) 280-3649

Justice of the Peace Ward 6
1018 Florence Court,
Morgan City, LA 70380
Phone: (985) 518-2419

St. Martin Parish Mayor’s Courts
Henderson Mayor’s Court
1007 Amy Street,
P.O. Box 595,
Henderson, LA 70517
Phone: (337) 228-7109
Fax: (337) 228-7115

Parks Mayor’s Court
1010 Martin Street,
P.O. Box 2867,
Parks, LA 70582
Phone: (337) 845-4139
Fax: (337) 845-9151

St Martinville Mayor’s Court
120 South New Market Street,
P.O. Box 379,
St. Martinville, LA 70582
Phone: (337) 394-2230
Fax: (337) 394-2244

Are St. Martin Parish Court Records Public?

Under Louisiana’s Open Records Act, St. Martin Parish court records are accessible to the public. However, access to court records generated in St. Martin Parish varies. Court records containing confidential information are mostly redacted or restricted from public access. For example, records of pretrial intervention programs, juvenile criminal records, and child adoption court cases are exempt from public access.

The St. Martin Parish Clerk of Courts is responsible for generating and maintaining court records at the parish level. Hence, any interested persons can obtain copies of court records, such as criminal, civil, probate, and traffic court cases, from the Clerk of Court’s Office at:

St. Martin Clerk of Court
415 St. Martin Street
P.O. 308
St. Martinville, LA 70582
Phone: (337) 394-2210
Fax: (337) 394-7772

The Clerk of Court’s Office handles all in-person requests on weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., excluding public holidays.

Can You Look Up a St. Martin Parish Court Record Online?

Interested persons can look up St. Martin Parish court records online. The Parish Clerk of Courts maintains a subscription-based online platform where requesters can access court records. Register an account on the online platform, and pay a subscription fee to access court records. The subscription cost to access court records is as follows: $750 for 1-year, $400 for six months, $125 for a month, and $20 for a day.

How to Obtain St. Martin Parish Civil Court Case Records

In St. Martin Parish, the Clerk of Court is the custodian of civil court records. Also, it provides access to civil court records through online or in-person requests. Obtain St. Martin Parish civil court case records by contacting the Parish Clerk of Courts at:

St. Martin Clerk of Court
415 St. Martin Street
P.O. 308
St. Martinville, LA 70582
Phone: (337) 394-2210
Fax: (337) 394-7772

On the other hand, parish residents and non-residents can also access civil court case records online via a subscription-based search platform. Open an account on the online platform, and choose the subscription duration to obtain civil court case records. The subscription cost to access court records is as follows: $750 for 1-year, $400 for six months, $125 for a month, and $20 for a day.

How to Obtain St. Martin Parish Criminal Court Case Records

St. Martin Parish criminal court case records are open to the public. However, juvenile criminal records are exempt from public access. The St. Martin Parish Clerk of Courts maintains all criminal records generated within the parish. Obtain copies of criminal records from the Clerk of Courts through online or in-person requests. To access civil court case records in-person, parish residents can visit the Clerk of Courts at:

St. Martin Clerk of Court
415 St. Martin Street
P.O. 308
St. Martinville, LA 70582
Phone: (337) 394-2210
Fax: (337) 394-7772

Alternatively, criminal records are obtainable through the Clerk of Courts’ online platform. Register an account on the online platform, and pay a subscription fee to access court records. The subscription cost to access court records is as follows: $750 for 1-year, $400 for six months, $125 for a month, and $20 for a day.

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

What are St. Martin Parish Vital Records?

Vital records in St. Martin are official documents of all life events that occur within the parish’s jurisdiction. This includes documents that pertain to all births, deaths, marriages, and marriage dissolution. The Clerk of Courts is the official custodian of vital records in St. Martin Parish. Whereas the Louisiana Department of Health, via the Vital Record Office, provides access to birth, death, and marriage records to all state residents.

Where And How To Get St. Martin Parish Divorce Records

The office of the Clerk of Court disseminates divorce or marriage dissolution records in St. Martin Parish. Interested individuals must contact the Clerk’s Office to obtain certified copies of divorce records or submit a public record request online. Direct divorce records requests to the:

St. Martin Parish Clerk of Court
415 St. Martin Street
P.O. Box 308
St. Martinville, LA 70582
Phone: (337) 394-2210
Fax: (337) 394-7772

Where and How to Find St. Martin Parish Marriage Records

The Clerk of Courts issues marriage licenses and disseminates marriage records in St. Martin Parish. Interested individuals must contact the Clerk’s Office to obtain certified copies of divorce records. The Clerk’s Office will provide an estimate for the associated costs. Alternatively, a requester may submit a public record request online.

Direct requests to:

St. Martin Parish Clerk of Court
415 St. Martin Street
P.O. Box 308
St. Martinville, LA 70582
Phone: (337) 394-2210
Fax: (337) 394-7772

Where and How to Find Confidential St. Martin Parish Marriage Records

All marriage records in St. Martin Parish are public records.

Where and How to Get St. Martin Parish Birth Records

The Clerk of Courts issues birth records in St. Martin Parish. Since St. Martin Parish birth records are confidential records, only the following can access the documents:

  • The record subject (above the legal age)
  • The record subject’s immediate family members (the parents listed on the birth record, legal guardians, grandparents, siblings, children, current spouse)
  • Legal representatives

To obtain St. Martin Parish’s birth record, the requester must download and fill out the birth record application form. Fill out the following information on the application form; the record subject’s full name, birth date, place of birth, mother’s maiden name, and father’s full name. In addition to this, attach a copy of a federal or state-issued photo ID. Submit the birth record application in person or send it through mail to the address below:

St. Martin Parish Clerk of Court
415 St. Martin Street, P.O. Box 308
St. Martinville, LA 70582
Phone: (337) 394-2210
Fax: (337) 394-7772

Birth records at the Clerk of Courts cost $34, while birth records with cards cost $48.

Likewise, the LDH’s Vital Records Office maintains records of all birth events documented in the state’s counties and cities. Since Louisiana is a closed records state, birth records are confidential, and only eligible persons can access the records. As a result, to obtain birth records, eligible persons are required by the Vital Records Office to provide a completed application form, a valid photo ID, and the appropriate fee.

The Vital Records Office enables eligible persons to access birth records through in-person visits or mail requests. To obtain St. Martin Parish birth records in-person, bring the completed form, a federal or state-issued photo ID, and the appropriate fees to the Vital Records Office at:

1450 Poydras Street
Suite 400
New Orleans, LA 70112
Phone: (504) 593-5100
Fax: (504) 568-8716
Email: dhh-vitalweb@la.gov

Walk-in hours are on weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Credit/debit cards, cash, money orders, and checks are acceptable for in-person requests.

To request certified copies of St. Martin Parish birth records through mail requests, requesters must send a completed form, a copy of a photo ID, and the appropriate fee to the:

Vital Records Registry
P.O. Box 60630
New Orleans, LA 70160.

It costs $15 to get a certified birth record from the Vital Records Office, while birth records with birth cards cost $24 per pair.

Where and How to Get St. Martin Parish Death Records

All St. Martin Parish death records are under the Clerk of Court’s purview. St. Martin Parish’s death records are not public records. As a result, these records are only released to eligible individuals. Copies of St. Martin Parish’s death records are obtainable through mail or in-person visits to the Clerk of Court’s Office. Obtain death records by filling out the death record application form. Fill out the following information on the application form; the record subject’s name, death date, city and parish of death, mother’s maiden name, and father’s full name. In addition to this, attach a copy of a federal or state-issued photo ID. Submit the death record application in person or send it through mail to the address below:

St. Martin Parish Clerk of Court
415 St. Martin Street, P.O. Box 308
St. Martinville, LA 70582
Phone: (337) 394-2210
Fax: (337) 394-7772

Certified copies of death records at the Clerk of Courts cost $26.

Similarly, the LDH’s Vital Records Office is the custodian of all death records in the state’s counties and cities. Since Louisiana is a closed records state, death records are confidential, and only eligible persons can access the records. The following persons are eligible to obtain death records from the Vital Records Office:

  • The record subject’s surviving spouse, parents, grandparents, children, and siblings.
  • A beneficiary of the record subject’s insurance policy or trust.
  • A succession representative (must be backed by a Letter of Administration or Testamentary)

The Vital Records Office requires eligible requesters to provide a completed application form, a valid photo ID, and the appropriate fee.

There are two ways of obtaining death records at the Vital Records Office: in-person or through mail request.

To obtain St. Martin Parish death records in-person, bring the completed form, a federal or state-issued photo ID, and the appropriate fees to the Vital Records Office at:

1450 Poydras Street
Suite 400
New Orleans, LA 70112
Phone: (504) 593-5100
Fax: (504) 568-8716
Email: dhh-vitalweb@la.gov

Walk-in hours are on weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Credit/debit cards, cash, money orders, and checks are acceptable for in-person requests.

To request certified copies of St. Martin Parish death records through mail requests, send a completed form, a copy of a photo ID, and the appropriate fee to the:

Vital Records Registry
P.O. Box 60630
New Orleans, LA 70160.

It costs $7to get a certified death record from the Vital Records Office.