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Alpine County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Alpine County Background Information

Alpine County is a county situated in the state of California. Alpine County had 1,129 locals in 2010, as indicated by a local census. In Alpine County, the present seat is Markleeville.

The county was founded on March 16, 1864.

It was named Alpine County due to its resemblance to the Swiss Alps.

Alpine County Arrest Records

In Alpine County, arrest records are also kept on each and every crime within the jurisdictional area. Crimes in Alpine County are put into two categories, violent crime and property crime. In 2018, in Alpine County, there were 12 violent and 27 property crimes. Alpine County Sheriff’s Office can be contacted at:

Alpine County Sheriff’s Office
14777 CA-89
P.O. Box 278
Markleeville, CA 96120
Phone: (530) 694-2231

Alpine County Criminal Records

Alpine County records its criminal activity in the form of criminal records. These records cover murders, rapes, burglaries, arson, motor vehicle theft, assaults, and crimes of a sexual nature. The records of criminals in Alpine County are consistently up to date. These include any offender living, attending school, working, or in prison in the Alpine County area. This register is accessible by the public in Alpine County.

Citizens of Alpine County locate local offenders by using online searches. A given zip code acts as the focal point of a resident's search. All offenders within those coordinates will then be revealed to the Alpine County resident. The search tools are not limited to location-based searches, though, as residents can also lookup specific offenders. Results comprise all offenders, even those incarcerated or non-compliant.

Alpine County Court Records

The criminal, civil, and family cases in Alpine County are all supervised by the county courthouse. The court clerks maintain all Alpine County court records. To purchase court records, residents must visit the local office at:

Alpine County Courthouse
14777 State Route 89
P.O. Box 518
Markleeville, CA 96120
Phone: (530) 694-2113
Fax: (530) 694-2119

The California Court of Appeals holds power to assess all contested cases across the state. The lower courts which the Court of Appeals manages include the 58 superior and trial courts across the state's 58 counties, including Alpine County.

NOTE - Typical records in Alpine County can be sent by mail, email, or fax. On the other hand, all official records can only be delivered via mail-in Alpine County.

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Alpine County Public Records

Every particular resident within the Alpine County region has public information kept on them. For the State of California, including Alpine County, The California Department of Public Health operates the vital records system and documents health-related statistical data. Having a few different copies keeps the records protected, and they can then be used for statistical analysis in the future.

The California Public Records Act, which was introduced in 1968, states that all Alpine County citizens can access and copy all vital public records. Therefore, every last resident in Alpine County has the ability to obtain state and local government public records. To obtain public records in Alpine County, residents must enquire at:

Alpine County Clerk’s Office
14777 State Route 89
P.O. Box 518
Markleeville, CA 96120
Phone: (530) 694-2113
Fax: (530) 694-2119

Records in Alpine County do come with a charge. As an example, birth certificates in Alpine County cost $25 for the first copy. First copies of death records cost $21. First copies of marriage records cost $15.

NOTE - Requesters looking to attain records in-person should be aware that the office opens between 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. from Monday to Friday. If a requester wishes to get files, they must bring some form of photo identification. This could contain a driver’s license or state ID. Alpine County insists upon public record applications being put in writing.