Criminal E-Services

As we work to better serve our community, the Tangipahoa Parish Clerk of Court’s Office is launching a new Criminal E-Services site. We feel this new E-Service will save you time and money. Here are some of the commonly asked questions. If you still have questions, please feel free to contact the Clerk of Court’s Office at (985) 748-4146.

Q and A

How do I start using the Tangipahoa Parish Clerk of Court’s Criminal E-Services?
To start the process, go to and open an account. This will give you access to Criminal E-Inquiries and Criminal E-Filings.

Who is
The Tangipahoa Parish Clerk of Court is partnering with for our Criminal and Civil E-Services. The Clerk’s Office reviewed and vetted a number of companies and we decided has the experience and functionality we desire for our Criminal and Civil E-Services.

What are the charges to use Criminal E-Filing and Criminal E-Search?
For Criminal E-Filings: There is a nominal convenience charge to electronically file a document along with the regular criminal filing fees. A subscription is not necessary for Criminal E-Filings.

For Criminal E-Inquiry: A subscription is necessary to utilize the Criminal E-Inquiry Service. The Tangipahoa Parish Clerk of Court offers three subscription options:

  • 24 Hours for $20.00
  • 30 Days for $40.00
  • 365 Days for $300.00

There is also a $1.00 per printed page charge.

Can I get a certified copy of a document?
Yes you can. For criminal and civil documents, the certification fee is $5.00 plus $1.00 per page. The certification fee for Criminal and Civil Minutes will be $10.00 per certified copy per docket number. You must click the certified copy box before clicking the OK.

How do I get a certified copy of a document?
When you are prompted to print the page, you will be asked if you would like a certified copy.

Can I get verification the document was certified?
Yes you can. Simply click on verification and you will receive a certification number you can print for your records.

What information is available through Criminal E-Inquiry?

Criminal Information Back to 1901
Traffic Information Back to 1974
Criminal Images Back to January 2007

Please note: we are continually adding more information and images for the older court records.

Is this system integrated with the rest of the Tangipahoa Parish Courthouse?
Yes. We have integrated the system for the 21st Judicial District Court Judges. The District Attorney also has access to this system.

Can I still file criminal pleadings and motions in person?
Of course. We are always happy to provide personal service. Our Criminal E-Filing and E-Inquiry is designed to save you time and money.

What other E-Services are available?
We are in the process of converting our Civil E-Services to This should be com-pleted in October. Once functional, you will be able to use the Civil E-File and Civil E-Inquiry with

Our E-Services for Property Records will remain the same for viewing and printing. That site is

For our current Civil and Succession E-Services, you can still use our current site

The Civil Suits are back to 1974 with Images back to 1997.
The Successions are back to 1995 with Images back to 2000.