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Lake County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Lake County Arrest Records?

Lake county arrest records are the official documents detailing the arrests in the county and the criminal acts that preceded them. These include the names of the offenders, details of the crimes, and details of arrests. These records are gathered and maintained by the Lake County sheriff’s office. On the state level, these records are handled by the California Bureau of investigation of the California Department of Justice.

What are Lake County Criminal Records?

Criminal records are the official documents detailing the criminal history and criminal activities within the jurisdiction of the county. These records are generated by the Lake County sheriff’s office. On the state level, records can be obtained from multiple law enforcement agencies like the California department of justice and the California Bureau of investigation.

How Do I Get Criminal Records in Lake County?

Criminal history records and background checks in Lake county can be obtained by contacting the Lake county sheriff office. The requester will need to visit the website of the lake county sheriff’s office and obtain the relevant forms for either background checks or records from the application forms section of the website. The completed forms, as well as other inquiries about the process, can be presented in person or by mail at the:

Lake County Sheriff Office
Administration
1220 Martin Street
P.O. Box 489
Lakeport, CA 95453
(707) 262-4200

The requester will need to provide a government-issued photo ID and give a clear and accurate description of the record being requested.

On the state level, the criminal justice information services section of the California Department of Justice is responsible for criminal records and background checks. The requester will usually need to submit a fingerprint along with their application and a processing fee of $25. Full details on how to obtain a criminal record or background check can be found on the criminal records section of the department of justice website.

How Do I Find Lake County Sex Offender Information?

Sex offender information for lake county can be obtained by visiting the California Sex Offender Registry. It provides information about sex offenders registry for the state and also has a search tool that allows you to search for sex offenders within the state by name, address, city, and zip code.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Lake County Jail?

The Lake County Sheriff’s office oversees the Hill road jail located at:

Hill Road Jail
4913 Helbush Drive
Lakeport, CA 95453
(707) 262-4240

Visitors are required to book 24 hrs in advance for visits by calling (707) 262-4240 from Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. Each inmate is entitled to one 30 minute visit each visiting day and visitors are encouraged to learn the visiting times and rules. Each inmate housing unit has a particular time for visits and they are divided into contact and non-contact visits. Visitors are required to be signed and ready 15mins before their actual visiting time. Full details on inmates’ visitation can be found on the visiting hours and visiting rules sections of the website of the county sheriff’s office.

Where and How to Find Lake County Inmate Information?

The Lake County Sheriff’s Office website provides an inmate search tool that allows a requester to search the jail database for current inmates by name. A surname is required for an accurate search. The website also provides a full roster of the current inmates in custody at the jail in the inmates in custody section of the website. This section gives information on each inmate in custody such as full names, the arresting agency, and their booking date.

What are Lake County Court Records?

Court records are the official records of the proceedings of court cases in the county. They include all evidence, testimony, rulings, convictions, etc. These records are managed by the clerk of the superior court where the case was heard. The Law library section of the Lake County website has information on how to locate details of different types of court cases for both the county and state.

Locations of All the Courts in Lake County.

The locations and contact details of the courts within Lake county are listed below:

Lake County Superior Court - Clearlake Division
7000 A South Center Drive,
Clearlake, CA 95422
Phone: (707)994-6598

Lake County Superior Court - Lakeport Division
255 North Forbes Street,
Lakeport, CA 95453
Phone: (707)263-2374

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What are Lake County Vital Records?

Vital records for lake county are the official records documenting life events that take place within the county. This includes events like births, marriages, divorces, and deaths. The clerk of the county is in charge of gathering these records for the county while the county assessor recorder is in charge of requests for these records. These records will only be given to authorized persons like owners of the records and their authorized or legal representatives. On the state level, these records are obtained from the vital records office of the California department of public health. Vital records can also be obtained by online orders from vitalchek, the government-licensed vendor for the state.

Where and How to Get Lake County Divorce Records.

Divorce records in lake county can be obtained by visiting the superior court in the county where the case was held. These records can also be obtained from the vital records office of the California department of public health. The vital records office gives a certificate of records that contains the names of the couple involved, the county where it was filed, and the case number. The fee is $14 for each certified copy. All payments are by check and money order made payable to the vital records office, California department of health. The requester will be required to follow the instructions on the form VS113-B fill it and mail with the appropriate fees and a stamped self-addressed envelope to the following address:

California Department of Public Health
Vital Records – MS 5103
1501 Capitol Avenue
P.O. Box 997410,
Sacramento, CA 95899-7410

Where and How to Get Lake County Marriage Records.

Marriage certificates in Lake county can be obtained from the county recorder office for the county where the marriage took place or the vitals records office of the CDPH. The requester can download a request form from the website of the county recorder. The form must be filled accurately and mailed with the appropriate fee to the county recorder’s office at:

Lake County Courthouse
255 North Forbes Street
Rm. 223
Lakeport, CA 95453

Request forms can also be mailed to the vital records office of the CDPH. The fee for this record is $15 per copy. Urgent requests can be made by calling Lake County Public Health at (707) 263-1090.

Where and How to Get Lake County Birth Records.

Birth records from the county of Lake can be obtained by contacting the county recorder for Lake county. The appropriate form can be downloaded from the county recorder’s website. The form should be filled accurately and mailed back to the county recorder’s office. Birth records can only be provided to the person on the record, the parents, a legal guardian, or a legal representative. To obtain a certified copy of the birth record which can be used as proof of identity the requester must fill and notarize the sworn statement attached to the application form. The notarized statement is not needed if the requester needs an informational copy of the record. The fee for this record is $25. Payments should be in a money order and cheques made out to the county recorder’s office.

Where and How to Get Lake County Death Records.

Death records and certificates in Lake county can be obtained by contacting the county recorder’s office. The requester will need to download the appropriate form and submit to the county recorder’s office. Requesters who do not fill and notarize the sworn statement attached to the form will only receive an informational copy and not a certified copy. The fee for this record is $21 and can be paid in a cheque and money order made out to the lake county recorder. All vital records can be obtained by contacting the vital records office of the California department of public health (CDPH). Information on how to obtain these vital records from the California department of public health can be found on the vital records section of the website for the CDPH.