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Kentucky Public Records
Officially named the Commonwealth of Kentucky, the state of Kentucky has a population of 4,454,189 residents, making it the 26th most populous state in the U.S. The Kentucky Historical Society and Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives hold historical vital records, including birth records, death records and marriage records. The records date back to 1852, but they were not registered in an orderly manner until 1911. The Office of Vital Statistics holds vital records from 1911 to the present. As for divorce records, they can be obtained at the clerk of court in the desired county as they are court records.
Kentucky Crime Rate and Criminal Records
The crime rate in the Commonwealth of Kentucky is 2,396 violent and property crimes committed per every 100,000 residents. The criminal population in Kentucky is 40,897 inmates in both jails and prisons across the state, and the state of Kentucky operates 13 correctional facilities in various security levels. Criminal records and criminal reports are kept by the Administrative Office of the Courts that releases them for a fee.
As of 2017, the two major cities in Kentucky are Louisville/Jefferson County with a population of 616,261 residents, and Lexington-Fayette with a population of 318,449 residents. The median household income in Louisville/Jefferson County is $48,100, and in Lexington-Fayette, the median household income is $51,948. Kentucky's economy is comprised of several major industries such as manufacturing, automotive, aerospace, metals, logistics, the food industry and chemicals that are the biggest contributors to the Commonwealth of Kentucky's revenue.