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Antioch Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Antioch Public Records?

Antioch public records consist of data and information generated or maintained by a government agency in carrying out its official duties. These records include documents, photographs, audio recordings, and all other data regardless of form. Although most records may be obtained, the general public cannot access the following:

  • Preliminary drafts and notes
  • Records containing intelligence information
  • Litigation records involving the government agency
  • Certain medical records
  • Records that contain details of active law enforcement cases

Antioch Crime Statistics

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) publishes crime statistics for the city of Antioch under its Uniform Crime Reports (UCR) Program. The FBI's 2019 figures show that Antioch recorded 648 violent crimes and 3,199 property crimes. Reported violent crimes include 238 robberies and 55 cases of rape. With 343 cases, aggravated assault was the most committed violent crime in 2019. The lowest was murder and non-negligent manslaughter, with 12 reported cases.

Published property crimes include 610 motor vehicle thefts, 511 burglaries, and 59 cases of arson. Larceny-theft was the most common, with 2,078 reported cases. In total, the city of Antioch experienced a total of 3,847 crimes. This total is a 2.16% reduction in crime compared to figures for 2018.

Are Antioch Criminal Records Public?

For the most part, Antioch criminal records are not public records. Under California law, access to criminal history information is restricted to the person named on the record and some employers of labor. Record custodians may issue copies of criminal records to employers such as security firms, law enforcement agencies, and organizations involved with child or elderly care. Apart from these entities, Antioch residents are free to request copies of their criminal records for official or personal reasons.

How to Obtain Antioch Police Reports and Arrest Records

The Antioch Police Department (APD) provides access to police records through its Records Bureau. Interested persons may visit the APD's Records Bureau or send requests via mail. A request for an Antioch police report should contain all known details of the desired record. These details may include a description of the incident, time and date, specific location, arresting officer, jail booking, and other specifics that may help the Records Bureau find the report. Note that the APD may charge search or copy fees to make records accessible. Visit the APD or send the written request using the following details:

Records Bureau
Antioch Police Department
300 L Street
Antioch, CA 94509
Phone: (925) 779-6830

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Antioch?

The California Department of Justice (DOJ) maintains an online database with statewide information on registered sex offenders. Persons interested in finding Antioch sex offenders may use the search fields on the DOJ's sex offender search. Users may search by the offender's full name and address or use the provided sex offender map. Information obtainable on the platform includes a known alias for each offender, a booking photograph, date of birth, physical description, and risk assessment. Users may also view the person's offense details and last known address. Interested persons are advised to repeatedly check the database for updated information.

How to Find Antioch Inmate Records

The Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff provides online access to information on all incarcerated persons through its in-custody locator. Antioch residents may find inmate records by name or booking number. The name search requires the inmate's first and last names. If searching by booking number, ensure that the number is accurately entered. Note that the available information on the in-custody locator may change as persons move through the judicial process. If the desired inmate record is not available online, contact the Office of the Sheriff using the following information:

Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff
1850 Muir Road
Martinez, CA 94553
Phone: (925) 655-0000

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Contra Costa County?

The Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff operates three detention facilities. These include the Martinez Detention Facility, West County Detention Facility, and the Marsh Creek Detention Facility. Each visitor must submit for a search before entering the facility. Officials may search the visitor's person, vehicle, or any other personal property. Persons that refuse the search will be denied entry.

All visitors should be at least 18 years old. Persons younger than 18 may only visit in the company of a parent or legal guardian. Minors must be under supervision at all times. The number of persons allowed for each visit may vary depending on the facility. Visitors must be sober and not under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or related substances. Any visitor who breaks this rule will be denied entry and may be arrested. The Contra Costa County detention facilities do not allow physical contact between inmates and visitors.

Social visits to a facility must be scheduled by the inmate. Visits are only allowed if the visitor is on the inmate's visiting list. If there is no scheduled visit, the visitor will be asked to leave the facility immediately. Neither facility will approve visits for anyone with an outstanding warrant or a person who was confined in any Contra Costa County detention facility within the past six months.

Each visitor must arrive at least 30 minutes before the scheduled visit time and present a valid government-issued photo ID. Visitors must dress appropriately, ensuring that appearance is not offensive or provocative. For information on visitation times and the maximum number of persons per visit, contact one of the detention facilities.

Court Records

The Contra Costa County Superior Court handles cases from the city of Antioch in one of its locations. The Superior Court is the highest court in the county and has several sub-divisions that handle different cases depending on case type.

Locations of Courts in Contra Costa County

Contra Costa County Superior Court (Martinez)
Wakefield Taylor Courthouse
725 Court Street
Martinez, CA 94553
Phone: (925) 608-1000

Contra Costa County Superior Court (Martinez)
A.F. Bray Courthouse
1020 Ward Street
Martinez, CA 94533
Phone: (925) 608-1000

Contra Costa County Superior Court (Martinez)
Peter L. Spinetta Family Law Center
751 Pine Street
Martinez, CA 94533
Phone: (925) 608-1000

Contra Costa County Superior Court (Pittsburg)
Richard E. Arnason Justice Center
1000 Center Drive
Pittsburg, CA 94565
Phone: (925) 608-1000

Contra Costa County Superior Court (Richmond)
George D. Carroll Courthouse
100 37th Street
Richmond, CA 94805
Phone: (925) 608-1000

Contra Costa County Superior Court (Walnut Creek)
Walnut Creek Traffic Center
640 Ygnacio Valley Road
Walnut Creek, CA 94596
Phone: (925) 608-1000

Are Antioch Court Records Public?

Most Antioch court records are public records and are available to all residents of the city. However, access to some records is restricted under California law. The general public may not inspect or obtain copies of juvenile records. These records are only accessible to persons directly connected to the case. In addition, all sealed or expunged records are exempt from public disclosure.

Can You Look Up an Antioch Court Case Online?

Antioch court case information is available online. The Contra Costa County Superior Court allows interested persons to search basic court case information remotely. Searching through the online database requires details such as the case number, the names of involved parties, and the date the case was filed.

Through the search function, the Superior Court provides access to civil, family law, small claims, and probate cases. Users cannot find minutes of a hearing or information on the following case types:

  • Criminal
  • Juvenile
  • Conservatorship
  • Paternity
  • Adoption
  • Traffic
  • Mental health

How to Obtain Antioch Civil Court Case Records

Persons interested in obtaining Antioch civil court case records may do so by mail or in person. To order by mail, download and complete the request for court records form. Fill the form with a case number, party name, case type, and a description of the requested record. Also, include the requestor's name and phone number. Each record costs a $15 name search fee and 50 cents per page. Certified documents cost $40 per copy, plus 50 cents per page. Mail requestors should pay applicable fees by money order or check made out to "Contra Costa County Clerk of the Court." Enclose the completed form with payment and a self-addressed and stamped envelope, and mail to:

Contra Costa County Superior Court
Attention: Court Records
P.O. Box 911
Martinez, CA 94553

Alternatively, visit the following location and leave the enclosed request in the Red Drop Box provided at the lobby:

1111 Ward Street
Martinez, CA 94553
Phone: (925) 608-1000
Hours: 8:00 am to 3:00 pm, Mondays through Friday (excluding court holidays)

How to Obtain Antioch Criminal Court Records

Criminal court records are public records requestable by all residents. To obtain Antioch criminal court records, complete and download a criminal records search request form. Each plain copy costs 50 cents per page, while a certified copy costs an additional $40 fee. Mail orders require payment via money order or a check made out to "Contra Costa County Clerk of the Court." Send the completed form with payment and a self-addressed and stamped envelope to:

Contra Costa County Superior Court
Attention: Court Records
P.O. Box 911
Martinez, CA 94553

Requestors may also obtain records in person at the following address:

Criminal Clerk's Office
725 Court Street
Martinez, CA 94553

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

What are Antioch Vital Records?

Antioch vital records contain government-generated information on life events in the city. These records record details of marriages, divorces, births, and deaths. Note that access to certified copies of Antioch vital records is not available to members of the general public.

Where and How to Obtain Antioch Divorce Records

The Costa County Superior Court maintains countywide records of finalized divorces. Interested persons may order Antioch divorce records by sending completed copies of records request forms to the court. Each record costs a $15 search fee and 50 cents per page. However, certified copies of the court's final judgment cost $15. Mail requests should be sent with checks or money orders made out to Contra Costa County Clerk of the Court". Send the request or visit the court using the contact details below:

Mail-in orders:
Contra Costa County Superior Court
Attention: Court Records
P.O. Box 911
Martinez, CA 94553

In-person orders:
1111 Ward Street
Martinez, CA 94553
Phone: (925) 608-1000
Hours: 8:00 am to 3:00 pm, Mondays through Friday (excluding court holidays)

Where and How to Get Public Antioch Marriage Records

The Contra Costa County Clerk-Recorder issues copies of existing marriages to all requesters. To obtain a public Antioch marriage certificate, complete and notarize a request form. Fill the form with the married parties' full names, the date of marriage, and the number of requested copies. Each record costs $19. Mail requests are payable by money orders or checks made out to the County Clerk-Recorder's Office. Request fees are non-refundable. Note that a public Contra Costa marriage record is clearly marked as an informational copy and is not a valid document to establish identity. To place an order by mail, send the notarized form with payment to:

Contra Costa County Clerk-Recorder's Office
555 Escobar Street
Martinez, CA 94553

Interested parties may also visit the above address to request physically. Notarization is not needed for in-person requests.

Where and How to Get Confidential Antioch Marriage Records

Confidential Antioch marriage records are only requestable from the Contra Costa County Clerk-Recorder. Access is restricted to the following persons:

  • Either party to the marriage
  • A child, grandchild, parent, grandparent, spouse, or domestic partner of either party to the marriage
  • Any person with a certified copy of a court order granting access to the record
  • A law enforcement official or a person representing a government agency, if the record is required to conduct official business
  • An attorney representing either party to the marriage.

If eligible, send a completed request form and payment for $19 by mail. Alternatively, visit in person at the following address:

Contra Costa County Clerk-Recorder's Office
555 Escobar Street
Martinez, CA 94553

Where and How to Find Antioch Birth Records

The Contra Costa County Clerk-Recorder maintains records of births in the county. The Clerk-Recorder's Office issues informational copies to members of the general public. Certified copies are not public records and are only accessible by the following persons:

  • The registrant named on the record
  • The registrant's parent, grandparent, legal guardian, sibling, child, grandchild, domestic partner, or spouse
  • Any party with a court order granting access
  • A law enforcement or government agency representative if requesting for official business

To order by mail, complete and notarize a birth record request form. Each copy costs $32. Payment for mail requests must be by money orders or checks made out to the County Clerk-Recorder's Office. Send the notarized form with payment or visit using the details below:

Contra Costa County Clerk-Recorder's Office
555 Escobar Street
Martinez, CA 94553

Where and How to Find Antioch Death Records

Persons interested in Antioch death records may request them from the Contra Costa County Clerk-Recorder. While all persons may request and receive informational copies, access to certified copies is restricted to the decedent's immediate family members, an attorney, or a legal representative of the decedent. In some cases, a funeral director may also obtain a certified copy.

To order, complete a death record request form. Each record costs $25 payable by check or money order made out to the County Clerk Recorder's Office. Mail requestors must notarize death record request forms. Send the form with payment to the Clerk-Recorder's Office, or visit in person at the following address:

Contra Costa County Clerk-Recorder's Office
555 Escobar Street
Martinez, CA 94553