St. Clair County Court Cases (Illinois)

St. Clair County Courts are judicial bodies that operate at the federal, state, and local level to resolve legal disputes, including both criminal and civil charges in St. Clair County, Illinois. Courts also create and preserve records about the cases they hear. Many types of courts, including criminal, civil, family, and traffic courts, provide online access to St. Clair County court case records. These public records may provide information about the defendant and plaintiffs in a case, the charges brought against an individual, the outcome of a trial, any sentences, court decrees, or probation orders, and more. St. Clair County Court records also have records on divorces, probate for wills and estates, lawsuits filed against businesses, and complaints about sexual harassment or discrimination in St. Clair County. Court databases often allow the public to search St. Clair County court cases by the names of people involved.

St Clair County Circuit Court Belleville IL 10 Public Square 62220 618-277-6832


St. Clair County Police Departments protect the community by stopping crimes and performing investigations in St. Clair County, Illinois. As part of their law enforcement responsibilities, St. Clair County Police Departments maintain court case records for any cases in which the police were involved. This can include records on criminal prosecutions for misdemeanors and felonies, police records introduced during the St. Clair County court case, details about the police investigation, and any convictions or sentences. These court cases contain important information about an individual's criminal history, making them a key part of performing a St. Clair County background check. These records also list whether an individual is on the Illinois sex offender registry. St. Clair County court case records can be accessed directly from the Police Department, and some departments provide online request forms.

Alorton Police Department East St. Louis IL 4821 Bond Avenue 62207 618-271-4586

Alorton Village Police Department Alorton IL 4821 Bond Avenue 62207 618-874-7084

Alton And Southern Railway Police East St. Louis IL 1000 South 22nd Street 62207 618-482-7707

Belleville Police Department Belleville IL 101 South Illinois Street 62220 618-234-1212

Brooklyn Police Department Brooklyn IL 612 South 5th Street 62059 618-274-2198

Brooklyn Police Department Brooklyn IL 312 South 5th Street 62059 618-274-2198

Cahokia Police Department Cahokia IL 103 Main Street 62206 618-337-9505

Caseyville Police Department Caseyville IL 10 West Morris Street 62232 618-344-2151

Centreville Police Department Centreville IL 5800 Bond Avenue 62207 618-332-1184

Dupo Police Department Dupo IL 100 North 2nd Street 62239 618-286-3397

East Carondelet Police Department East Carondelet IL 950 State Street 62240 618-286-4466

East Saint Louis Park District Police East St. Louis IL 2950 Caseyville Avenue 62204 618-874-3600

East Saint Louis Police Department East St. Louis IL 301 Riverpark Drive 62201 618-482-6767

Fairmont City Police Department East St. Louis IL 2601 North 41st Street 62201 618-274-4504

Fairview Heights Police Department Fairview Heights IL 10027 Bunkum Road 62208 618-489-2100

Fayetteville Police Department Fayetteville IL 2212 Main Avenue 62258 618-677-3343

Freeburg Police Department Freeburg IL 14 Southgate Center 62243 618-539-3132

Lebanon Police Department Lebanon IL 403 West Saint Louis Street 62254 618-537-6131

Lenzburg Police Department Lenzburg IL 215 North Charles Street 62255 618-277-3500

Marissa Police Department Marissa IL 2 West Marissa Street 62257 618-295-3022

Marissa Police Department Marissa IL 212 North Main Street 62257 618-295-3622

Mascoutah Police Department Mascoutah IL 3 West Main Street 62258 618-566-2976

Millstadt Police Department Millstadt IL 108 West White Street 62260 618-476-7250

New Athens Police Department New Athens IL 905 Spotsylvania Street 62264 618-475-2133

O'Fallon Police Department O'Fallon IL 118 East Washington Street 62269 618-624-4545

O'Fallon Police Department O'Fallon IL 285 North 7 Hills Road 62269 618-624-4545

Sauget Police Department East St. Louis IL 2897 Falling Springs Road 62206 618-332-6500

Sauget Police Department East Saint Louis IL 2897 Falling Springs Road 62206 618-332-6507

Shiloh Police Department Shiloh IL 1 Park Drive 62269 618-632-9047

Smithton Police Department Smithton IL 101 South Main Street 62285 618-233-0550

Smithton Police Department Smithton IL 116 South Main Street 62285 618-233-0550

Southwestern Illinois College - Belleville Campus Public Safety Belleville IL 2500 Carlyle Avenue 62221 618-235-2700

Swansea Police Department Swansea IL 1400 North Illinois Street 62226 618-233-8114

Washington Park Police Department Washington Park IL 5621 Forest Boulevard 62204 618-874-0115

The St. Clair County Attorney General is the chief legal officer for their jurisdiction at both the Federal and Illinois State level in St. Clair County, Illinois. They are responsible for managing St. Clair County court cases, particularly in federal and Illinois state courts, and Attorneys General maintain records on their current and former cases, including records for criminal and civil cases. These St. Clair County court cases contain a range of information on the litigants, the charges, the outcome of the case, including any prison sentences or financial restitution ordered by the court, and more. These records provide important information about an individual's court record as well as any lawsuits brought against businesses. The St. Clair County Attorney General may provide records from their court cases through their website.

Illinois Attorney General Metro East Illinois Regional Office Swansea IL 201 West Pointe Drive, 7 62226 618-236-8616


St. Clair County Sheriff's Departments help maintain safety and order by stopping crimes and conducting investigations in St. Clair County, Illinois. As part of their role in law enforcement, the St. Clair County Sheriff maintains court case records for cases in which their office was involved. This can include records on criminal prosecutions for misdemeanors and felonies, investigation records introduced during the court case, and the outcome of a trial, including convictions, sentences, and incarcerations. These St. Clair County court cases contain important information about an individual's criminal history, and checking court cases is an important step in conducting a thorough St. Clair County background check. Sheriff's Departments may provide online access to their court records.

Saint Clair County Sheriffs Department / Saint Clair County Jail Belleville IL 700 North 5th Street 62220 618-277-3505

St Clair County Sheriff's Office Belleville IL 700 North 5th Street 62220 618-277-3505


St. Clair County District Attorneys prosecute cases on behalf of the public in St. Clair County, Illinois. This can include both criminal and civil cases. The St. Clair County DA's Office maintains public records on ongoing cases as well as prior cases. These records include prosecutions for criminal felonies and misdemeanors such as assault, homicide, battery, and robbery, as well as civil cases against businesses or individuals who have violated the law. A St. Clair County court record search can identify litigants in a case and determine if an individual has any criminal convictions, making it an important part of a St. Clair County background check. District Attorneys may provide searchable databases of St. Clair County court cases on their websites.

St. Clair County State Attorney Belleville IL 10 Public Square 62220 618-277-3892