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Department of Law and Order for Greene County

Jeffrey Marshall, Director & Chief Clerk

Greene County Office Building, 3rd Floor
93 East High Street, Waynesburg, PA 15370
Phone: 724-852-5210 / Fax: 724-852-5327
Office Hours: 8:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m., Monday—Friday


PA Court of Common Pleas:
Judges (Court of Common Pleas)
        Community Court-Ordered Service

Magisterial District Courts:
Magisterial District Judges
        District 13-3-01 (West Greene County)
        District 13-3-02 (Central Greene County)
        District 13-3-03 (East Greene County)

Court Offices:
Prothonotary — Civil
Clerk of Court — Orphans' Court
Adult & Juvenile Probation
Domestic Relations
        DRS Locate List
Jury Duty
Law Library

Court Defense Offices:
District Attorney
        Victim/Witness Services
Public Defender

  Register of Wills and Recorder of Deeds Services:
Register & Recorder

Law Enforcement Portals:
County Sheriff
        Sheriff's 10 Most Wanted List
        Sheriff's Captured List
County Buildings Security
County Prison
        Prison Emergency Alert System
        Inmate Lookup

Emergency Assistance Offices:
Emergency Management/911 Center
County Coroner

Resource Links:
"Stay-in-Touch" with Inmate
Free Public Records Directory
PA Court Records & more
Sheriff Sales Listings
Courthouse Location
Government of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania:
Like the United States, Pennsylvania’s government is defined by a constitution. And, like the United States, Pennsylvania’s government is comprised of three equal and independent branches. The legislative branch makes commonwealth laws, a responsibility carried out by the General Assembly. The executive branch administers commonwealth laws and is overseen by the Governor. And the judicial branch preserves the rule of law and guarantees citizens’ rights by resolving disputes through the courts.

There are also many forms and levels of local governance in Pennsylvania. The list below provides links to several organizations dedicated to local governance issues: At the federal level, Pennsylvania is represented by two (2) members of the United States Senate and 18 representatives of the United States House of Representatives. Each state elects two senators for staggered 6-year terms. Senators represent the entire state. FMI, visit GovTrack.us


For general information, please contact the Information Services
at 724-852-5399 / Toll Free: 1-888-852-5399
Greene County Office Building, 93 E. High Street, Waynesburg, PA 15370

 

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