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Livermore Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Livermore City Public Records?

California Public Records Act (Article 1. General Provisions 6252) defines public records as all data relating to the conduct of the public's business that is prepared, maintained, and used by a government agency. Furthermore, the term “public records” covers all data stored in digital or physical formats, such as emails, memoranda, files, symbols, charters, audio files, videotapes, SMS, emails, and maps.

The open records act enables interested persons and entities to request and view Livermore public records in the custody of local and state custodian agencies. Nonetheless, certain portions or whole public documents are restricted from public access if the disclosure will harm the public's safety or violate an individual's privacy. In Livermore City, the following public records are exempt from public access:

  • An individual's personal information;
  • Confidential information, such as social security numbers, credit/debit card details, and driver's license;
  • Trade secrets or any confidential information submitted to a public agency to obtain a license or bid for a contract;
  • Medical records that may violate a record bearer's privacy;
  • Information about attorney-client privilege.
  • Personnel data and similar files, such as salary information and employee misconduct investigations (if the charges are untrue after due investigations);
  • Architectural and official building plans of government-owned facilities;
  • Information used in voter registration, such as email address, home address, and other identifying information.
  • Preliminary or drafts used in decision-making by government agencies;
  • Law enforcement agencies’ investigatory files and procedures;
  • Juvenile records and other sensitive compiled by law enforcement agencies;
  • Information on crime witnesses and complainants;
  • Data about pending litigation that involves a public agency or entity;
  • Minutes of the meeting of public entities closed to the public.

Public city records may also be accessible from third-party websites. Record seekers may either opt to use these non-governmental platforms to search for a specific record or multiple city records. However, users will need to provide enough information to assist with the search, such as:

  • The address of the requestor
  • A case number or file number (if known)
  • The location of the document or person involved
  • The name of the subject involved in the record (not juvenile)
  • The last known or current address of the registrant

Third-party sites are not sponsored by government agencies. Because of this, record availability and results may vary.

Note: It is possible to redact exempted information from copies provided to the public, as long as most of the contained information is public.

Livermore Crime Statistics

The Livermore Police Department (LPD) generates and collates reports of all arrests and crimes within the city. It sends the city's annual crime statistics to the FBI as part of the Uniform Crimes Report. According to the FBI 2019 UCR, Livermore recorded 1,747 total crimes, including 193 violent crimes and 1,554 property crimes. The total reported crime rate consists of two murders, 30 rapes, 39 robberies, 122 aggravated assaults, 139 burglaries, 1,279 larceny thefts, 136 motor vehicle thefts, and four arson. Within two years (2017 to 2019), the city's crime statistics fell by 16 percent. Livermore documented 2,143 total crime rates in 2017. Despite the reduced rate of overall crimes in Livermore, violent crimes increased by 18 percent. In contrast, the city documented a 21 percent fall in property crimes, according to the report.

Are Livermore Criminal Records Public?

Under the state’s open records act, not all Livermore criminal records are accessible to public members. Criminal records containing sensitive information, such as the identity of crime victims and witnesses, are restricted from public view. In addition, public members can not access juvenile criminal records in the city. Only the record subject, parents or guardians, and authorized bodies can access juvenile criminal records. Persons or entities seeking to obtain Livermore criminal records must contact the Alameda County Sheriff's Office at:

Alameda County Sheriff's Office
2425 East 12th Street
Oakland, California 94601
Phone: (510) 268-7905

Per the Victims' Bill of Rights Act of 2008 (Mary's Law), the Alameda County Sheriff's Office maintains an online searchable portal for obtaining online copies of Livermore criminal records. Requesters may access criminal records via one of the following search options:

  • Search by court name and docket number;
  • Search by agency number and police report number.

Similarly, the Superior Court of California, Alameda County Division, is also a repository for obtaining Livermore criminal records. It maintains and issues copies of criminal court records.

How to Obtain Livermore Police Reports and Arrest Records

Public members may access Livermore police reports and arrest records from the Livermore City Police Department. The Records Bureau of the City's police department is responsible for generating and regularly updating reports of incidents and arrests carried out within the city. Hence, persons interested in getting these documents must visit the police department at the address below:

1110 South Livermore Avenue,
Livermore City
Alameda, CA.
Phone: (925) 371-4909

The Livermore Police Department is open to receive in-person requests from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on weekdays. Alternatively, online copies of Livermore police reports and arrest records are obtainable via an online request center. Requesters must create an account or log in to the platform before accessing the public records. Requesters must pay a $10 request fee for police reports. However, the police department may waive the request fee for victims listed on the report.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Livermore

According to the Penal Code § 290.46, all Livermore sex offender information (including absconded offenders) falls under the purview of the California Megan's Law online website. The online webpage regularly updates and provides access to sex offenders' data, such as the offender's names and aliases, race, age, sex, weight, mugshot, zip code, and place of residence. Through the online website, public members may obtain sex offender information via the following search options:

Requesters must fill out an offender's first and last name to obtain information via the name-based search. Alternatively, requesters can use the advanced search option to find sex offenders in a particular location.

How to Find Livermore Inmate Records

The Alameda County Sheriff's Office maintains records of all incarcerated inmates housed in the county's detention facilities. The Sheriff's Office maintains an online repository detailing all Livermore inmate records. Thus, interested persons may obtain inmate records on the online platform by filling out these data:

  • Offender's full name;
  • PFN;
  • Date of birth;
  • Sex.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Livermore City Jail?

Interested persons may visit Livermore inmates at the following detention facilities in Alameda County:

Santa Rita Jail
5325 Broder Boulevard
Dublin, CA 94568
Phone: (925) 551-6500

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

Friends and families of inmates and professional visitors must schedule an appointment before visiting inmates at these detention facilities. In addition, visitors must schedule appointments online via the GTL online platform. During visitation, visitors must adhere to the jail guidelines. Inmate visitors must follow these rules:

  • Visitors must dress conservatively;
  • Visitors must present a government-issued identification before entering the jail facility.
  • Also, visitors must check in with the jail officers at least 30 minutes before the appointed visitation time.
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What are Livermore Vital Records?

Livermore vital records refer to all government-generated documents that contain data on life events within the City. Vital records are accessible to the public and may cover the following life events - divorce, death, birth, and marriage records. Furthermore, public agencies at the local and state level are responsible for maintaining and issuing copies of Livermore’s vital records to record seekers.

For example, the Superior Court of California in Alameda County provides access to all document divorce events. In contrast, marriage, birth, and death records are under the purview of the Alameda County Clerk-Recorder's Office.

Where and How to Obtain Livermore Divorce Records?

City residents and non-residents can access copies of Livermore divorce decrees from the Superior Court of California in Alameda County. Copies of Livermore divorce records are accessible at the courthouse where the record was created. Thus, interested parties may request these records in - person or via mail requests. To access copies of Livermore divorce records in-person, requesters should visit the Hayward Hall of Justice at:

Superior Court of Alameda - Hayward Hall of Justice
24405 Amador Street
Hayward, CA 94544
Phone: (510) 690-2700

On the other hand, requesters can obtain Livermore divorce records by sending a written request to the following locations:

Superior Court of Alameda - Hayward Hall of Justice
24405 Amador Street
Hayward, CA 94544
Phone: (510) 690-2700

Superior Court of Alameda - Rene C. Davidson County Courthouse
1225 Fallon Street
Oakland, CA 94612
Phone: (510) 891-600.

The written request must detail the record subjects’ names, date and place of the divorce event, and the purpose of the request. In addition, record seekers must include a check or money order payable to the Supreme Court in a self-addressed stamped envelope to the above-listed locations.

Where and How to Get Livermore Marriage Records

The Alameda County Clerk-Recorder's Office is responsible for generating and maintaining marriage certificates in Livermore City. It is also responsible for issuing confidential and non-confidential Livermore City marriage certificates. Moreover, the Clerk-Recorder's Office will only release confidential copies of marriage certificates to the persons:

  • The record bearer ;
  • The record subject's immediate family members and close relations, such as parent, guardian, child, grandchildren, and sibling;
  • Legal representatives of the record bearer;
  • Other authorized agencies or personnel like law enforcement agencies, executors, and legal representatives;

Marriage records in Livermore are accessible to public members via online or offline means. To obtain the documents online, interested persons must visit the Clerk-Recorder's website and fill out the record subject's full name, marriage date and place, and the required number of copies. For an in-person request for marriage records, visit the Clerk-Recorder's Office at the address below:

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

On the other hand, requesters may obtain Livermore marriage records by filling out a request form. After filling out the form, requesters must attach a money order or check for $17 and send it to the Alameda County Clerk-Recorder's Office at:

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

Requesters submitting a mail request for marriage certificates must provide a notarized authorization form from the record subject. Otherwise, the Clerk-Recorder's Office will not respond to mail requests without a notarized authorization form.

Where and How to Find Livermore Birth Records

Livermore’s birth records are under the purview of the Alameda County Clerk-Recorder's Office. Per the state open records act, the Clerk-Recorder is responsible for maintaining and issuing unrestricted and informational copies of Livermore birth records. Only eligible persons or entities can obtain unrestricted birth records since it contains sensitive data about the record bearer. The Clerk-Recorder's Office only allows the following to access unrestricted birth records:

  • The record subject;
  • Parents listed on the birth certificate;
  • guardians;
  • Other family relations (sibling, grandparent, child, and spouse);
  • Law enforcement agencies;
  • Executors.

Birth records in Livermore City are obtainable via online or offline means. For instance, the Alameda County Clerk-Recorder's Office maintains an online database for birth records. Interested persons must state their relationship with the record bearer and fill out other essential details to access Livermore birth records.

On the other hand, record seekers may access unrestricted birth certificates by mail order. Interested persons must fill out the birth record request form, attach a money order or check for the search fee, and send it to the address below:

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

Note that requesters must provide a valid I.D. to access birth records. It costs $30 to obtain a copy of Livermore City birth certificate.

Informational copies of birth are also obtainable via an online request portal or mail orders. Requesters must fill out the record subject's details on the online request portal to obtain the public document. Alternatively, requesters may obtain informational birth records by filling out the request form for informational birth records. Mail the completed request form to the address below:

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

Where and How to Find Livermore Death Records

Unrestricted and informational copies of Livermore death records are accessible via the Alameda County Clerk-Recorder's Office. Only the following persons or entities can get unrestricted death records: the record subject, legal representatives, funeral directors, and family members.

The Alameda County Clerk-Recorder's Office provides access to Livermore death records via online, mail-in, or in-person orders. To obtain online copies of death records, visit the Clerk-Recorder's online platform and input the necessary information.

For death record requests via mail orders, requesters must fill out the death record request form and notarize the completed document before sending it to the address below:

For in-person requests for death records, requesters must present an unsigned authorization document from the record subject, a valid government-issued I.D. to the Clerk-Recorder at the location provided below:

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