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Fremont Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Fremont Public Records?

Fremont public records refer to all non-confidential records generated and maintained by state departments, divisions, bureaus, agencies, and other state bodies. In compliance with the CPRA, Fremont provides public access to these records, including physical, written, and electronic information. While requesters are not required to provide a reason for the request, access to some public records (such as the address of a person arrested) may be contingent on additional information. Record custodians have the right to restrict access to some records if they are found to contain information exempted by law. Examples of records that may be exempted include:

  • Records containing information on pending investigations, securing procedures, or records of complaint
  • Records containing confidential information received by banking regulators or government agencies
  • Records containing geological data or confidential market reports
  • Records containing information linked with pending litigation
  • Records containing information that may pose a security threat
  • Records containing financial data or taxpayer information
  • Records that contain data used in examination data or information used in a licensing test

Fremont Crime Statistics

The Fremont Police Department provides public access to crime statistics for the city, as part of the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) program. Data compiled for 2019 reveal that the city recorded 4,523 property crimes and 400 violent crimes. With 3,408 reported incidents, larceny-theft accounted for most crimes ahead of burglaries and vehicle theft with 547 and 568 incidents respectively. Aggravated assault was the most common violent crime with 204 reports. Compared to the rest of the county, Fremont had a higher safer rating than 47% of cities. The city’s crime rate was 18 percent lower than the national average. Residents had a 1 in 54 chance of being a victim of a property crime and a 1 in 603 chance of being the victim of a violent crime. According to the five-year data published for 2015 to 2018, Fremont recorded a 15.6% year-to-year increase between 2017 and 2018, compared to the 22.81 increase recorded between 2016 and 2015.

Are Fremont Criminal Records Public?

Fremont Criminal Records fall under the umbrella of public records and can therefore be accessed by members of the public. The Fremont Police Department Records Unit processes requests for a variety of records including clearance letters, crime reports, and verification letters. Requests can be made by witnesses or victims of a crime, insurance carriers, or legal representatives of victims.

How to Obtain Fremont Police Reports and Arrest Records

The Fremont Police Departments Records Administrator processes requests for copies of public crime reports/records. To purchase a copy of a releasable crime report, individuals must submit a completed application for release of information form or visit the Records Unit Monday through Friday from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm at

Fremont Police Department
Attn: Records Division / Request for Police Report
2000 Stevenson Blvd., P.O. Box 5007
Fremont, CA 94537-5007

Residents can also request public records by submitting a public records request document to the City Clerk's Office.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Fremont

The California Department of Justice maintains an online listing of registered sex offenders in Fremont and other parts of the state. This is done in compliance with the state’s penal code. Users can search through the registry using an offender’s first and last name. Searches can also be conducted by address. Results can be filtered to reveal offenders living with a zip code or a specified geographic range. Residents can also search through the database by visiting the Fremont Police Department and using the public computers in the library or lobby. The department opens to the public between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. from Monday through Friday, and from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Sundays.

How to Find Fremont Inmate Records

The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office provides general information on arrested or in-custody persons via an online inmate locator. Residents can search through the platform using a known inmate person file number (PFN) or the inmate’s name. Results can also be filtered by sex and date of birth. The locator provides a variety of pending release dates and the expected release date. Residents can also obtain information by contacting the sheriff’s office. Persons arrested by the Sheriff’s office may either be held at the:

Glenn E. Dyer Detention Facility
550 6th Street
Oakland, CA 94607
(510) 268-7777

Santa Rita Jail
5325 Broder Blvd.
Dublin, CA 94568
(925) 551-6500

Court Records

The city of Fremont is home to a superior court, which has jurisdiction over most criminal and civil cases that occur within the region. The superior court is divided into multiple divisions, including civil, small claims, criminal and juvenile. Cases filed in the city are tried at the:

Superior Court of Alameda - Fremont Hall of Justice
39439 Paseo Padre Parkway
Fremont, CA 94538
(510) 818-7500

Are Fremont Court Records Public?

Most court records are open to the public. The Alameda County Superior Court provides public access to a variety of records, including civil case records, information on family law and probate cases, and general civil cases. Some records may be available via mail or online. Requesters may also be able to view or obtain copies of a record in person by visiting the courthouse where the case was filed. Submitted requests must provide enough information to facilitate a search, such as the name of the person on record or the case number. Interested parties who are unsure of the case number may request a record search in person or by mail. The court charges a fee for this service.

How to Obtain Fremont Criminal Court Records

Members of the public may access case records through the court’s online portal. Interested parties can access information on family law, probate, and general civil cases with the DomainWeb portal. Requesters can conduct searches using the case number, date, or the name of the parties involved. Requests for criminal case records can be made via the criminal records request portal. To access the platform, users must create an account and provide the full name of the defendant, as well as the docket number, date of conviction, or date of arrest. Application for traffic case records can be made at the traffic court.

The court charges a $15 fee for records that take longer than 10 minutes to find and $10 for files or documents stored off-site. A $25 is charged for any certified record or file. Requests for letters that carry the court seal and signature may be made in writing and sent to:

Attn: Criminal Division
East County Hall of Justice,
5151 Gleason Drive,
Dublin, CA 94568

Access to criminal case information can be viewed online through the Odyssey portal. It contains records for cases that have been active since 2005. Records are also available in public terminals at the court locations where the case was heard.

Fremont Hall of Justice
39439 Paseo Padre Parkway, Fremont
CA 94538

Where and How to Obtain Fremont Divorce Records

The Family Law Division of the Alameda County Superior Court manages records of divorce decrees issued within the county. Eligible applicants can request records in person or by mail. The court charges $15 for a certified copy of a marriage or domestic partner dissolution request made by an applicant and $10 when the request is made by a public agency.

How to Find Divorce Verification Letters

The Vital Records office of the California Department of Public Health also maintains marriage and divorce records for Oakland and other parts of the state. The records office issues certificates of record for divorces that were issued from 1962 to 1984. It includes the names of the involved parties, court case number, and the county where the divorce was filed. However, it does not include copies of the actual divorce decree.

Where and How to Obtain Marriage Records

The Alameda County Clerk-Recorder’s office stores and manages records for marriage licenses issued in Alameda County after 1854. Marriage certificates can be ordered in person, by mail, and online. For certificates that cannot be found in the Clerk Recorder’s office, a research request must be sent to the State. The processing time for this may be as long as two (2) months. In a situation where a certificate is also not found in the State records, a “Certificate of No Record” will be issued.

Ordering Marriage Records by Mail

All requests by mail should include a notarized and completed application for an unrestricted certified copy of the marriage form. Note that requests from other countries for unrestricted copies must be notarized at a United States embassy. Applications should be mailed with the applicable fees to the:

Alameda County Clerk-Recorder’s Office
1106 Madison Street
Oakland, CA 94607

Acceptable payment methods for mail orders include personal checks, bank checks, cashier’s checks or money order. International payments must be made in U.S dollars. Card payments are not accepted for mail orders.

Ordering in Person

Requesters must complete a written application indicating their eligibility. Requests must also include a copy of a government-issued ID and the applicable fee. Acceptable forms of payment are cash, debit card, personal check, bank check, cashier’s check, or money order. Applications can be submitted at the:

Clerk Recorder’s Office at 1106 Madison Street, Oakland, CA
Dublin Satellite Office at 7600 Dublin Blvd, CA 94568

Where and How to Find Fremont Birth Records

The California Department of Public Health maintains birth records for events that occurred in Fremont and other parts of the state from 1905 till date. Interested parties can obtain certified copies of a birth record by submitting a sworn request to the

To order an unrestricted birth record, requestors must either be the named registrant or related to the registrant. Unrestricted records may also be released to third parties authorized to receive a certificate, such as an attorney or representative of the estate. Eligible individuals can order a birth certificate via mail by sending a notarized, written application with supportive documents to the:

California Department of Public Health
Vital Records – MS 5103
P.O. Box 997410
Sacramento, CA 95899-7410
(916) 445-2684

Residents in Fremont can also obtain copies of a birth record by contacting the local county recorder’s office at:

Alameda County Clerk-Recorder's Office
1106 Madison Street
Oakland, CA 94607

The office charges $30.00 per copy for birth certificates. Payments must be paid in advance. The department issues two types of certificates.

  • Informational certificate: Intended as an informational document and not to be used to authenticate identity. It contains the same information as an unrestricted certificate but has a legend across it with the statement “Informational. Not a valid document to establish identity”
  • Unrestricted certificate: Intended to establish identity. Applications for unrestricted certified copies of birth certificates must include a signed statement, under penalty of perjury, confirming authorization to receive such a copy.

In situations where a certificate is not found, the office issues a Certificate of No Record.

Note: Same-day requests for birth certificates from 1940 or death certificates from 1960 take an average of 24 hours to complete in most cases.

Where and How to Find Fremont Death Records.

The California Department of Public Health compiles and processes requests for death records. It maintains public records of deaths that occurred in the state from July 1905 till date. Applications for a certified copy of a death record must be accompanied by a notarized sworn statement, attesting to the requester’s eligibility to access the record. Completed applications can be mailed to the:

California Department of Public Health
Vital Records – MS 5103
P.O. Box 997410
Sacramento, CA 95899-7410
(916) 445-2684

Similarly, to order an unrestricted death record from the county office, requestors must either be the named registrant or related to the registrant. Unrestricted records may also be released to third parties authorized to receive a certificate, such as an attorney, funeral director, or representative of the estate. Eligible individuals can order a birth certificate via mail by sending a notarized, written application with supportive documents to the:

The office charges $23.00 per copy for death certificates. Payments must be paid in advance before the request is processed.

Note: Requests for birth certificates from 1880 to 1939 or death certificates from 1871 to 1959 take a minimum of 3 business days.