Clerk of Courts

 The Westmoreland County Clerk of Courts office is responsible for maintaining the records and dockets for the Court of Common Pleas. It is the mission of the Clerk of Courts to secure and maintain accurate and up-to-date information on all criminal and juvenile proceedings. Our office provides prompt and courteous service to the courts, public, legal community, and media sources in the recording and retrieval of all records placed in our trust. The Clerk of Courts office is also responsible for collecting fines, costs, and restitution, with our main goal being to restore restitution to the victims of crime.

The Clerk of Courts office is an integral part of the Criminal Justice System. The office is dedicated to pursuing the highest standards of public services through the authority and resources made available by law and by the governing body of our jurisdiction.

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  1. Appointment Required COVID-19 Alert

    Clerk of Courts Office Open to Public by Appointment Only

    Due to current COVID-19 rates, effective Dec 1, the Clerk of Courts office will be open to public by appointment only. Call 724-830-3732 to schedule; mask is required for visitors. This will not affect individuals who have scheduled court appearances.
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    Clerk of Courts Administrative Cost Hearings Canceled

    Clerk of Courts Administrative Cost hearings that were scheduled for Monday, November 30, 2020 are canceled. If you had a hearing scheduled, please call 724-830-3734.
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    Owed money? In Westmoreland, some will get restitution on prepaid debit card

    A pilot program starting next month at the Westmoreland County Clerk of Courts office will give crime victims another option to access their restitution funds. Read full May 22, 2018 Tribune-Review article
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