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Calaveras County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Calaveras County Arrest Records?

Calaveras County arrest records are papers that give details on the arrest of offenders in the county. Arrest records contain information on the crime the record’s subject was arrested for and the offender's personal information such as official address, age, and offense. Calaveras County arrest records are generated and kept at the Calaveras County Sheriff's Office. Requesters may submit a written request to the Records Division of the Sheriff's Office or call fax, or email to make requests at;

Calaveras Sheriff's Office
1045, Jeff Tuttle Drive,
San Andreas, CA, 95249.
P.O. Box: 891, Mountain
Ranch Road, San Andreas,
CA 95249.
Phone: (209) 754-6500
Fax: (209) 754-6581

The Calaveras Sheriff's Office keeps a daily log of arrests on their official website where requesters can search for recent arrest records.

Crime Statistics

The State of California Department of Justice published Calaveras crime statistics in 2019. The county's total crime count was 983, including 145 violent crimes and 838 property crimes. County law enforcement agencies reported one homicide, 34 rapes, nine robberies, 101, and aggravated assaults, among other violent crimes. Under the property crime category, the county recorded 297 burglaries, 472 larceny crimes, and 69 motor vehicle thefts, among the many other reported crimes. The index crime rate was 2,141.37 crimes per 100,000 persons. The violent crime rate was 315.86 crimes per 100,000 population, while the property crime rate was 1,825.5 crimes per 100,000 population. The 2019 total crime count is the county's lowest since 2016.

Statewide, California recorded a total of 1,088,402 crimes in 2019. The state's total crime rate was 2,754.75 per 100,000 residents. This statistic suggests that people living in Calaveras County are less likely to become victims of crime than in other regions.

What are Calaveras County Criminal Records?

Calaveras County criminal records are files that contain the full criminal history of county residents. Criminal records show the name, charges, convictions, jail sentence, fingerprints, DNA, etc. of the person named on the documents. The Calaveras County Sheriff's Office handles the responsibility of generating and maintaining criminal records in the county. Criminal records are not considered public records in California. According to California State laws, only certain employers like public offices, law enforcement, security guard firms, and childcare institutions can access criminal records. The California Department of Justice provides access to criminal records in the state.

How Do I Get Calaveras County Criminal Records?

The Calaveras County Superior court has a record of criminal dockets for cases tried in the county. Criminal records in the state are within the purview of the California Department of Justice’s office. County criminal records are accessible by visiting the Superior court at:

Calaveras County Superior Courthouse
400, Government Center Drive,
San Andreas, CA, 95249.
Phone: (209) 754-9800

Requesters can also visit the California Department of Justice’s official website and complete the live scan form to request criminal records. A $25 fee is required to use this service. Low-income earners that can not afford the fee may fill a DOJ Application Waiver of Fee form. Requests for criminal records usually take one to two months to process.

How to Find Calaveras County Sex Offender Information?

Calaveras County residents can search the California Sex Offender Registry to locate sex offenders in their neighborhoods. Applicants can carry out a search using the offender's name, or by searching for offenders in a particular area. Calaveras County inhabitants can also contact the County Sheriff for more information about sex offenders at;

Calaveras Sheriff's Office
1045, Jeff Tuttle Drive,
San Andreas, CA, 95249.
P.O. Box: 891, Mountain
Ranch Road, San Andreas,
CA 95249.
Phone: (209) 754-6500
Fax: (209) 754-6581

How to Visit an Inmate in Calaveras County Jail?

Individuals who wish to visit inmates at the Calaveras County Jail must schedule a visit on the Sheriff’s Detention facility website. Visitors are required to arrive at the prison and sign in at least 15 minutes before their scheduled appointments. All unaccompanied visitors must be 18 years or above. Visitors below the age of 18 need to be accompanied by their parents or a legal guardian. All visitors are required to come along with an official and valid means of identification. Visitors need to be appropriately dressed and submit to a pat-down search. The County jail is located at;

Calaveras County Jail
1045, Jeff Tuttle Dr,
San Andreas, CA 95249
Phone: (209) 754-6499
Fax: (209) 754-6716

Where and How to Find Calaveras County Inmate Information

The Calaveras County Sheriff’s office is responsible for managing the county jail. The Sheriff’s Department keeps records of all inmates. The Sheriff’s Office maintains a booking log on their website, which contains information on all inmates in the County jail. Information regarding Calaveras County inmates is obtainable either by calling the Sheriff’s office or sending an application via mail or fax. Requesters can also visit the Sheriff’s office in person at;

Calaveras County Jail
1045, Jeff Tuttle Dr,
San Andreas, CA 95249
Phone: (209) 754-6499
Fax: (209) 754-6716

What are Calaveras County Court Records?

Calaveras County court records are the documentation of court proceedings. Court records are public records and, as such, do not require special permission to access. Court records are kept in the courthouse after court sessions. To obtain a court record, requesters can check the Calaveras County Superior Court records search website and look up the case record. Requesters may also visit the superior court at:

Calaveras County Superior Courthouse
400, Government Center Drive,
San Andreas, CA, 95249.
Phone: (209) 754-9800

Location of All Courts in Calaveras County

The Calaveras County court system consists of one Superior Court which handles all court proceedings in the county. Below is the address and contact information of the court:

Calaveras County Superior Courthouse
400, Government Center Drive,
San Andreas, CA, 95249.
Phone: (209) 754-9800

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What are Calaveras County Vital Records?

Calaveras County’s vital records are records of birth or death certificates, marriage certificates, divorce records, wills, etc. The government or local authorities issue vital records. Some of these vital records can be accessed by any member of the general public, while others are reserved for specific individuals. The Clerk of Superior Courts maintains Calaveras County divorce records while the Clerk Recorder’s office keeps birth, death, and marriage records. The California Department of Public Health creates and issues birth, death, marriage, and divorce records at the state level. Record seekers can contact either of the offices for vital records.

Where and How to Get Calaveras County Divorce Records

Divorce Records in California's state are maintained by the Clerk of Superior Court of the county that granted the divorce. Record seekers may also send an application request to the California Department of Public Health to access divorce records at:

Department of Public Health – Vital Records
MS: 5103
P.O. Box: 997410
Sacramento, CA 95899-7410

The Calaveras Clerk of Superior Court keeps and maintains divorce records in the county. Record seekers may contact the Clerk of Superior court at:

Calaveras County Superior Courthouse
400, Government Center Drive,
San Andreas, CA, 95249.
Phone: (209) 754-9800

Where and How to Get Calaveras County Marriage Records

Marriage Records include marriage licenses and marriage certificates. Marriage Records in the state of California can either be public marriage certificates or confidential marriage certificates. Marriage records are under the purview of the Clerk Recorder’s office in the county where the marriage occurred or at the California Department of Public Health at:

Department of Public Health – Vital Records
MS: 5103
P.O. Box: 997410
Sacramento, CA 95899-7410

Confidential marriage certificates can be accessed only by the individuals named on the document or as a result of a court order. Record requesters may include a clear government-issued photo ID or a notarized application form in their request. Anyone can receive informational copies of public marriage certificates. Applicants can contact the Clerk Recorder's office at:

Clerk Recorder’s Office
891, Mountain Ranch Road
San Andreas, CA 95249
Phone: (209) 754-6372
Fax: (209) 754-6733
Working hours: Mon - Fri, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Where and How to Get Calaveras County Birth Records

Calaveras County birth records fall under the purview of the Calaveras County Clerk recorder’s office and California Department of Public Health. The state’s health department charges 25$ per copy for birth records. Birth records can be accessed by sending a mail application to any of the two agencies and then visiting the Clerk recorder’s office to complete the application in person at;

Clerk Recorder’s Office
891, Mountain Ranch Road
San Andreas, CA 95249
Phone: (209) 754-6372
Fax: (209) 754-6733
Working hours: Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Record requesters may include a clear government-issued photo ID or a notarized application form. Only specific individuals can access certified birth records; others can only receive informational copies. Individuals allowed access to the original documents includes:

  • The person named on the certificate
  • Parents or grandparents of the person named on the certificate
  • The spouse of the person named on the certificate
  • Children or grandchildren of the person named on the certificate
  • Siblings of the person named on the certificate
  • Individuals with a proven legal interest in the certificate
  • A law enforcement representative
  • An attorney of the person named on the certificate

Where and How to Get Calaveras County Death Records

Death Records for citizens of Calaveras County are within the purview of the Clerk Recorder’s office and the California Department of Public Health. The state’s health department charges $21 per copy for death records. Calaveras County death records are accessible by applying to the California Department of Public Health at:

Department of Public Health – Vital Records
MS: 5103
P.O. Box: 997410
Sacramento, CA 95899-7410

Applicants can also apply to the Clerk-Recorder’s office at:

Clerk Recorder’s Office
891, Mountain Ranch Road
San Andreas, CA 95249
Phone: (209) 754-6372
Fax: (209) 754-6733
Working hours: Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The state of California issues only informational copies of death certificates since 2013. Death records are available to anyone.