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San Bernardino County, CA Public Records

San Bernardino County allows access to information that is not exempt from disclosure following the California Public Records Act. San Bernardino County public records do not have a central database. Therefore, any applications not immediately available to the public via the portal would be pursued at the specific agency or identified designated personnel. The county recorder clerk's office is the custodian of marriage licenses. Only eligible individuals can attain marriage records. Requesters have to visit the Vital Statistics Registration Office, though, to get birth records. A notarized statement also has to be submitted along with applications sent by mail. Property records are also considered public information per the California public records act. These records are accessed at the Recorder of Deeds, where members of the public charge $3 per page.

Courts in San Bernardino County

Court Records in San Bernardino County, California

The state mandates that court documents are accessible to the general public unless sealed or have confidential information. Requesters can find these files at the superior court clerk in San Bernardino County. These include civil, criminal, traffic, and minor offenses cases. Alternatively, applicants can seek the San Bernardino County court records from the specific courthouses. They store these in paper form or electronic format. Requesters would have to go to the courthouse to get the paper format files or view the electronic records. The public can usually view court records unless the case details are confidential. One example is juvenile cases which are only accessible to eligible parties. If one is a party to a case, one may use remote access to see confidential electronic case records. The other parties in the case also have viewing privileges.

Court Name:
247 West Third Street
San Bernardino

Jails and Prisons in San Bernardino County

Find Inmate Search and Jail Records in San Bernardino County, California

San Bernardino inmate records are public records as the state offers a lookup tool. To see if a person is in a jail in the county, one can check the inmate search tool on the Sheriff’s department website. Required information includes the inmate’s name, date of birth, and gender. If one knows the booking details, one can search for the inmate using the ten-digit booking number. A search will provide the inmate's details, such as the physical descriptors, booking information, detaining facility, and the charges. San Bernardino County has 21 jails and prisons, serving 2.5 million residents. The Sheriff’s department also provides continually updated lists of recently released inmates. Requesters can check out-of-custody search documents to see newly freed people.

Jails and Prisons Name:
10450 Rancho Rd
17005 Upland Avenue
2500 South Archibald Avenue
14931 Dale Evans Parkway
Apple Valley
225 East Mountain View Street
477 Summit Boulevard, Post Office Box 2803
Big Bear Lake
1111 Bailey Avenue
212 Brookside Avenue
710 North D Street, PO Box 1559
San Bernardino
18000 Institution Road, P.O. Box 9490
14200 Amargosa Road
9500 Etiwanda Ave
Rancho Cucamonga

Police Departments and Sheriff Offices in San Bernardino County

Arrest Records in San Bernardino County, California

Arrest records detail the detainment information, which law enforcement agencies store despite being public information. These include personal details, the time the arrest was made, the arresting officer, and the context of the detainment. Applicants can get the San Bernardino arrest records from the police department's online platforms. Most law enforcement agencies will post the booking logs on their site. These logs are compiled under uniform crime statistical data each year. To access the log, the goal would be to choose when the arrests were made and then to use the month to narrow the search. These arrest logs are in PDF format, so requesters would have to download a PDF reader to view them. There are 13 police departments and one Sheriff’s department in San Bernardino County. The crime rate is about 2,713 per 100,000, which is relatively high but has been reducing steadily since 2008.

Police Departments Name:
655 East Third Street
San Bernardino

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