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San Leandro Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are San Leandro Public Records

The California Public Records Act defines all San Leandro public records as any information created and preserved by custodian agencies at the state and local levels. Furthermore, the term “public records” covers data stored in physical or digital formats, such as books, maps, photographs, papers, maps, statistical tables and graphs, tapes, films, audio recordings, and computer-generated documents. Custodian agencies may choose to restrict or redact parts or whole public records if it contains at least one of the following data:

  • Criminal offender information.
  • Medical records.
  • 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.
  • Information used in voter registration, such as email address, home address, and other identifying information.
  • Juvenile records and information compiled by law enforcement agencies.
  • Data about pending litigation that involves a public agency or entity.
  • Law enforcement agencies’ investigatory files and procedures.
  • Preliminary or drafts used in decision-making by government agencies.
  • Minutes of the meeting of public entities closed to the public.

San Leandro Criminal Statistics

The San Leandro Police Department is responsible for recording and collating arrest events in the city. Furthermore, it generates yearly crime statistics and reports included in the FBI Uniform Crime Report. According to the FBI Uniform Crime Report in 2019, San Leandro reported a total of 4,559 crimes, including 454 violent crimes and 4,105 property crimes. The listed violent crimes include 18 rapes, 283 robberies, and 153 aggravated assaults. No murder case was reported. On the other hand, the report’s property crimes cover 375 burglaries, 2,941 larceny-theft incidents, 789 motor vehicle thefts, and 16 cases of arson.

In contrast with the 2016 UCR for San Leandro City, crime rates increased slightly by 17 percent. In addition to this, the rate of violent crimes fell by seven percent, while property crimes increased by 17 percent. The percentage difference in violent crimes is as follows - murder (-300%), rape (-41%), robbery (-1%), and aggravated assault (-12%). On the other hand, the percentage difference in the listed property crimes is as follows - burglary (-25%), larcenies-thefts (42%), motor vehicle thefts (-17%), and arson (-30%).

Are San Leandro Criminal Records Public?

According to the California Open Records Act, not all San Leandro criminal records are open to the public. For instance, the Open Records Act restricts criminal juveniles from public access. Custodian agencies maintain all criminal records in San Leandro City at the local and state level. The Alameda County Sheriff is the custodian of criminal records in San Leandro City. So, interested persons can obtain San Leandro criminal records by contacting the Sheriff’s Office at:

Alameda County Sheriff
San Leandro, CA
Phone: (510) 272-6878

Similarly, the California Department of Justice handles all criminal records at the state level. The California Department of Justice restricts all criminal records to authorized applicant agencies and state or local law enforcement agencies. Individuals can request and get copies of their criminal records by submitting fingerprint images via the Livescan platform.

To get copies of criminal records from the California Department of Justice, record seekers must download the BCIA 8016RR Livescan form. Select the "Record Review" in the "Application Type" section. Fill in the following personal details, such as sex, date of birth, driver's license number, height, weight, eye color, street address, zip code, and telephone number. Submit the completed form alongside the non-refundable $25 processing fee to any of the following Livescan centers:

California Live Scan Service
1151 Harbor Bay Parkway
Suite 134
Alameda, CA 94502
Phone: (510) 775-6100
calivescanservice@gmail.com

IdentoGO by IDEMIA
1101 Marina Village Parkway
Suite 201
Alameda, CA 94501
Phone: (800) 315-4507
cafingerprint@morphotrust.com.

How to Obtain San Leandro Police Reports and Arrest Records

The Records Unit of the Alameda Sheriff’s Office processes, tracks, and stores all police reports and arrest records in San Leandro. The records section is also responsible for releasing police reports to specific persons, businesses, and agencies. To request San Leandro police reports or arrest records from the Records Unit, record seekers must use the online request platform or fill out a written request form. The written request should contain the incident’s date and time, place of the event, persons involved in the incident, and the reason for the requested report. Also, record seekers must input the applicant’s first name, last name, zip code, and mail address to get the arrest record or police report. Send the completed report through one of the following methods:

By mail:
2000 - 150th Avenue
San Leandro, CA 94578
By email: ACSORecords@acgov.org
By fax: (510) 667-3970

To access a restricted San Leandro police report or arrest record, requesters must fill out the authorization to release protected information alongside the completed request form. A representative from the Sheriff’s Office will determine if the applicant is eligible to obtain the restricted information.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in San Leandro

Under the Penal Code § 290.46, the California Megan's Law website maintains and updates a list of all sex offenders in San Leandro City. Sex offenders' data, such as names, aliases, photographs, physical descriptions, and addresses, are accessible on the platform. Furthermore, it enables requesters to search for sex offenders via a simple name-based sex offender search and an advanced sex offender search.

To utilize the name-based sex offender search, record seekers must input the sex offender's first name and last name into the search boxes. On the other hand, the advanced sex offenders search allows requesters to get information about sex offenders in a particular location. Requesters can find sex offenders using the distance in miles. As an alternative, requesters may use their device as a GPS device to find sex offenders in their vicinity.

How to Find San Leandro Inmate Information

The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office maintains an online database of all incarcerated persons in the county jails. Through the online database, interested persons can search for inmates housed at Glenn E. Dyer Detention Facility and Santa Rita Jail. So, input the inmate’s first name, middle, name, last name, PFN, sex, and birth date, and select “search” to obtain San Leandro inmate information.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in San Leandro Jail?

Alameda County inmates, including San Leandro City inmates, are housed in two different detention facilities - Glenn E. Dyer Detention Facility and Santa Rita Jail. The facilities are located at:

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

In-person and remote visitation to the jail facilities is through appointment only. Visitors must schedule a visit three days before the scheduled visit. Reserve an appointment on the Alameda County GTL Visitme website. Register a new account or login into an existing one to schedule an appointment in the detention facilities.

Furthermore, visitors must check in with lobby employees in the detention center at least 30 minutes before the visitation schedule. Find the visitation schedule for Glenn E. Dyer Detention Facility through an online platform.

Court Records

As a part of the California Northern District, Alameda County court generates and provides access to different court records, such as small claims, traffic, criminal, and civil court cases. Generally, court records in San Leandro and Alameda County consist of documents like affidavits, party pleadings, motions, and appeals filed.

Location of All Courts in San Leandro

San Leandro City and Alameda County are home to ten Superior Courts. The courts’ contact details are listed below:

Alameda County Superior Courts

Superior Court of Alameda - Berkeley Courthouse
2120 Martin Luther King, Jr. Way
Berkeley, CA 94704
Phone: (510) 647-4439
Fax: (510) 883-9359

Superior Court of Alameda - County Administration Building
1221 Oak Street
Oakland, CA 94612
Phone: (510) 891-6012

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

Superior Court of Alameda - Gale-Schenone Hall of Justice
5672 Stoneridge Drive
Pleasanton, CA 94588
Phone: (925) 227-6700

Superior Court of Alameda - George E. McDonald Hall of Justice
2233 Shoreline Drive
Alameda, CA 94501
Phone: (510) 263-4300

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

Superior Court of Alameda - Juvenile Justice Center
2500 Fairmont Drive
Suite C3013
San Leandro, CA 94578
Phone: (510) 618-1106

Superior Court of Alameda - Rene C. Davidson County Courthouse
1225 Fallon Street
Oakland, CA 94612
Phone: (510) 891-6000

Superior Court of Alameda - U.S. Post Office Building
201 13th Street
Oakland, CA 94612
Phone: (510) 268-5104

Superior Court of Alameda - Wiley W. Manuel Courthouse
661 Washington Street
Oakland, CA 94607
Phone: (510) 627-4700

Are San Leandro Court Records Public?

Under state law, not all San Leandro court records are open to the public. Generally, court records containing confidential information are not accessible to the public. Exempt San Leandro court records include juvenile delinquency cases, civil harassment cases, juvenile dependency cases, and child custody cases.

The California court system only allows eligible persons to obtain court records from the court in charge of generating the records. The Superior Court of California in Alameda County is responsible for generating and granting access to San Leandro court records.

Can You Look Up a San Leandro Court Record Online?

The Superior Court of California in Alameda County provides access to online copies of San Leandro court records through third-party online search portals. For instance, San Leandro’s civil court records are accessible through the DomainWeb online platform. On the other hand, online access to criminal records in San Leandro is via the Odyssey online portal. In addition to this, interested persons may utilize the criminal record request platform to get online copies of San Leandro’s criminal records.

How to Obtain San Leandro Civil Court Case Records

San Leandro’s civil case records are under the supervision of the Superior Court of California in Alameda County. Interested persons can access these court records in person or through the DomainWeb online platform. Obtain San Leandro civil court records at the following locations:

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

Superior Court of Alameda - George E. McDonald Hall of Justice
2233 Shoreline Drive
Alameda, CA 94501
Phone: (510) 263-4300

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

Alternatively, get San Leandro civil court records through the DomainWeb online portal. Through the DomainWeb, interested persons can access civil court records using a name search, calendar search, public records search, and case number search.

How to Obtain San Leandro Criminal Court Case Records

The Superior Court of California in Alameda County only provides information on criminal court cases from 1974 to the present. Hence, interested persons can access San Leandro criminal court records within that timeframe at the Odyssey Kiosk at the following court locations:

Superior Court of Alameda - Rene C. Davidson County Courthouse
Criminal Division
Room-107
1225 Fallon Street
Oakland, CA 94612
Phone: (510) 891-600

Superior Court of Alameda - Wiley W. Manuel Courthouse
661 Washington Street
Oakland, CA 94607
Phone: (510) 627-4700

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

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

Get access to online San Leandro criminal court case records through the Odyssey Portal and Criminal Records Request Portal. Through the Odyssey Portal, search criminal court case records using preferred search criteria. On the other hand, the criminal record request portal enables requesters to send an online request for criminal records in San Leandro.

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What are San Leandro Vital Records?

San Leandro’s vital records are official documents that contain data about life events recorded in the city. The life events include birth, death, divorce, and marriage events. Vital records in San Leandro are maintained at the state and city level by public bodies. These public bodies also provide interested persons with access to vital records. For instance, the Superior Court of California in Alameda County provides access to all San Leandro divorce records. In contrast, the Alameda County Clerk Recorder’s Office maintains records of all birth, marriage, and death events.

Where and How to Obtain San Leandro Divorce Records

Residents and non-residents can access copies of San Leandro’s divorce decrees from the Superior Court of California in Alameda County. Request copies of divorce records at the courthouse where the record was generated by visiting in-person or through mail orders. To access copies of 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

To request San Leandro’s divorce records by mail, requesters must send a written request detailing the record subjects’ names, date and place of the divorce event, and the request’s purpose. Send a written request and a check payable to the Supreme Court in a self-addressed stamped envelope 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.

Where and How to Obtain San Leandro Marriage Records

San Leandro’s marriage records are under the supervision of the Alameda County Clerk Recorder’s Office. Only the following persons can obtain certified copies of San Leandro marriage records from the Clerk Recorder’s Office - the registrant, immediate family members (parents, legal guardians, siblings, grandparents, children, grandchildren, and spouse), law enforcement agencies, and executors. Furthermore, certified copies of San Leandro marriage records are accessible via an online search platform or mail.

Before ordering certified copies of marriage records, requesters must present a notarized statement to show authorization to request marriage records. To access certified marriage records online, visit the online search platform, select the requester’s category, and fill out the record subjects’ full names, marriage location and date, and the number of copies requested.

Order a San Leandro marriage certificate via mail by filling out the request form. Notarize the completed request form. Furthermore, include a $17 money order or check and send it to the:

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

Also, interested persons can access copies of San Leandro’s informational marriage records via an online platform or mail. Access San Leandro’s informational marriage certificates through mail order by fill out the informational marriage record request form. Mail the completed form and a $17 fee payable to the:

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

Where and How to Obtain San Leandro Birth Records

Certified copies of San Leandro unrestricted and informational are obtainable through mail or in-person requests to the Clerk Recorder’s Office. Unrestricted birth records contain the record subject’s full birth details and are only accessible to eligible persons. The following are eligible to obtain unrestricted birth certificates: the record subject, parents, legal guardians, siblings, grandparents, children, grandchildren, and spouse), law enforcement agencies, and executors.

Requesters can access San Leandro unrestricted birth records through an online request platform. To get birth records, they must fill out the requester category, the record subject’s full name, mother’s maiden name, birth date, place, and select the number of requested copies.

In addition to this, requesters 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 sent to the address below:

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

San Leandro’s birth certificates cost $30 per copy. On the other hand, access informational birth certificates in San Leandro City through an online request platform or a mail request. On the online request platform, record seekers must input the record subject’s full name, mother’s maiden name, birth date, birth location, and the number of requested copies to access birth records in San Leandro. 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 Obtain San Leandro Death Records

The Alameda County Clerk-Recorder’s Office is responsible for providing access to unrestricted and informational copies of death records. Death records are accessible through an online request portal or mail request. The Clerk-Recorder’s Office releases unrestricted death records to only eligible persons, such as parents, legal guardians, siblings, grandparents, children, grandchildren, and spouses), law enforcement agencies, and executors.

San Leandro unrestricted death records are obtainable through an online request platform. Via the online request platform, requesters must fill out the requester category, the record subject’s full name, death date, death location, and select the number of requested copies.

In addition to this, access unrestricted death certificates by mail order. Record seekers must fill out the death record request form, attach a money order or check for the search fee. The notarized request form should then be sent to the:

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

Alternatively, requesters can access informational death certificates in San Leandro City through an online request platform or a mail request. On the online request platform, eligible applicants must input the record subject’s full name, death date, and city, and the number of requested copies to access death records in San Leandro City. Alternatively, obtain informational death records by filling out the request form for informational death records. Mail the completed request form to the address below:

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

Death records in San Leandro City cost $23 per copy.