Court Services is responsible for maintaining security at the Justice Center, Common Pleas Court and the Juvenile/Probate Court. In addition they are responsible for transporting prisoners and juvenile detainees to and from the appropriate detention facilities as well as court hearings. The Civil Process Clerk processes all court paperwork including civil papers and warrants for service by the Patrol Division; with assistance from a Court Service Deputies; handles all aspects of Sheriff Sales and property executions; coordinates transports with Court Service Deputies; enters and maintains files for citations and friendly warnings. The Records Clerk is responsible for all background checks including Web Check requests for the public and insurance companies for copies of accident and incident reports; handles all requests for statistics for officers, outside agencies and general public. Court Services is also responsible for registering Sex Offenders within the county, civilian fingerprinting and handling the new Conceal Carry registrations.