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Lassen County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Lassen County Public Records?

According to the California Public Records Act, Lassen County Public records include letters, words, pictures, sounds, symbols, combinations, and other records created by government agencies. Members of the public have the right to inspect, access and copy most public records. As a result, the agencies in charge of a record must respond to a record request within 10 working days, or 14 days for unusual circumstances. Meanwhile, not all Lassen County public records are open to the public. California law prohibits public access to information considered sensitive. Some of the below are those exemptions:

  1. Preliminary drafts, notes, or interagency or intra-agency memoranda that the public agency does not retain in the ordinary course of business
  2. Records about pending litigation to which the public agency is a party or has made claims according to law
  3. Personnel, medical, or similar files if disclosure would constitute an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy.
  4. Applications filed with any state agency that regulates or supervises the issuance of securities, or financial institutions, such as banks, savings and loan associations, industrial loan companies, credit unions, and insurance companies, among others.
  5. Records of individual’s arrested by law enforcement agencies
  6. The names and images of a human trafficking victim as provided by Section 841.5 of the Penal Code
  7. Real estate appraisals, engineering or feasibility estimates, and evaluations made for or by an agency, concerning property acquisition or contract awards. This restriction remains in place until the agency completes the acquisition or awards the contract
  8. Library circulation records that identify borrowers
  9. Statements of personal worth or personal financial data required by a licensing agency and filed by an applicant with the licensing agency

Lassen County Crime Statistics

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) collates crime reports from local law enforcement agencies and publishes annual reports of crime statistics through the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program. The UCR’s record for 2019 shows that Lassen County reported a total of 251 crimes, including 78 violent crimes, (which are 8 rape, 70 aggravated assaults), 172 property crimes, (including 100 burglary crimes, and 65 larceny-theft, 7 motor vehicle theft), 1 arson. There's a crime reduction compared to 2018, which reported a total number of crimes of 288. Overall the total number of reported crimes reduced by 1.3% between both years.

Are Lassen County Criminal Records Public?

Lassen County criminal records are not public. According to the California Public Records Act, criminal records are restricted and can only be accessed by authorized agencies which include law enforcement agencies and any other body that has received a court order to access the records. Only a criminal record holder has the right to view or obtain a copy of criminal records. Although the department of Sheriff of Lassen county is not able to produce a person’s criminal record, an applicant has to go through the Sheriff to obtain one’s criminal record. To obtain one’s criminal record, first, the holder needs to make a request by completing the live scan form in either English or Spanish at the office of the Lassen County Sheriff. The standard processing fee is $25 but the Sheriff has discretionary right to impose its processing fee. Meanwhile, if a record holder finds it difficult to pay the processing fees, such a person can apply for a waiver. Also, if the applicant finds it difficult to make use of the fingerprinting services, such person should call the Record Review Unit of the DOJ on (916) 227-3849. All submitted forms should be mailed to the address below:

California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Analysis
Record Review and Challenge Section
P.O. Box 160207
Sacramento, CA 95816-0207

How to Obtain Lassen County Police Reports and Arrest Records?

Requesters can obtain Lassen police reports and arrest records from the Lassen County Sheriff’s Office or the police department in the county. Police reports and arrest records include information concerning an accident or incident, and also the arrest of a suspect. An interested person may obtain this information by sending request via email, mail or visiting the addresses below:

Lassen County Sheriff's Office
1415 Sheriff Cady Lane
Susanville, CA 96130
Phone: (530) 251-8013
Email: sheriff@co.lassen.ca.us

Susanville Police Department
1801 Main Street
Susanville, CA 96130
Phone: (530) 257-5603

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Lassen County?

Record seekers can obtain sex offender information from the California Megan's law website provided by the Department of Justice. The department maintains a registry where requesters can find sex offenders by name, city, address, zip code, and county search options. The registry contains each offender's full name, address, offense details, physical description, birth year, and status.

How to Find Lassen County Inmate Records?

Requesters can contact the Lassen County Sheriff’s Office to find inmates in custody. Record seekers can obtain Lassen county inmates records from the Lassen County Sheriff’s Office. The Lassen county sheriff - adult detention (jail) unit maintains and updates inmates records, the Lassen County adult detention (jail) houses both pre-trial and sentenced inmates. Interested persons can obtain inmates records in-person, phone call or by e-mail at:

Lassen County Sheriff's Office
1415 Sheriff Cady Lane
96130 Susanville, CA
Phone: (530) 251-5245

Requesters can find Lassen County inmate Records from the Lassen county court clerk's office.

Online Inmate Locator

Lassen County Court Records

Lassen County, California, has a unified court system, so all court proceedings are conducted in Superior Courts. The Lassen county superior court handles court matters. The superior court hears criminal, civil, probate, small claims, infractions, domestic and minor offenses.

Lassen County Superior Court
Hall of Justice
2610 Riverside Drive,
Susanville, CA 96130
Phone: (530) 251-8205

The Superior Court is in charge of all the courts in the county. Superior Courts are divided.

The following are the locations of the Lassen County courts, each of which has a system for keeping track of all cases tried in the court. addresses below:

Are Lassen County Court Records Public?

According to the California Rules of Court, the public has reasonable access to view and copy court records. Interested parties can view and copy court records from the Lassen county superior court. An interested person can request access to records like civil, criminal, traffic infractions etc. However, it is worthy of note that not all court records are available for public disclosure. Some court records are restricted by the statute of limitation, while others are restricted by a court order. For records that are unrestricted, an interested person can obtain such online via the online case search. On the other hand, a requester can send a mail or visit the office of the Superior Court Clerk at the address below:

Lassen County Superior Court
Hall of Justice
2610 Riverside Drive
Susanville, CA 96130
Phone: (530) 251-8205

Only parties involved or granted permission by the court can access disclosed records, and government-issued photo identification must be presented.

How to Obtain Lassen County Civil Court Case Records?

Record seekers can obtain Lassen County Civil Court Case Records from the Court Clerk's Office. Record seekers should note that it takes one week after a request has been made for the court clerk to respond to the request. Each request costs $0.50 per page (double-sided sheet equals 2 pages) and $25.00 per certified copy. Dissolution of Marriage records cost $15 in addition to the per-copy fee. Acceptable payment options include cash, checks, and money orders. Requesters seeking civil court case records by mail must include the following specifics:

  • The case number,
  • Case name and Payment
  • To receive copies by mail, enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope.

Requesters can visit the court at:

Lassen County Superior Court Clerk
Hall of Justice
2610 Riverside Drive
Susanville, CA 96130
Phone: (530) 251-8205

The court clerk looks up the request one week from the date the court receives the request.

How to Obtain Lassen County Criminal Court Records?

Record seekers can obtain Lassen county criminal Court Records from the Lassen court clerk. The court clerk maintains and disseminates criminal court records to the public. The court clerk cannot find any criminal records over the telephone; therefore, record seekers must make their request in writing to obtain the records and must be sure to include the following when making the record request:

Make a check payable to "Lassen County Superior Court" in the amount specified on the Statewide Civil Fee Schedule. To obtain a certified copy of the document record, seekers will need to pay an extra $25.00 fee plus $0.50 per copy per page (two-sided pages count as two pages).

  • A sampled envelope to be used to return the document
  • The defendant's name, date of birth (if known)
  • The name of the documents record seekers wants to be copied

Record seekers seeking Lassen County criminal court records may visit the courthouse at:

Lassen County Superior Court
Hall of Justice
2610 Riverside Drive
Susanville, CA 96130
Phone: (530) 251-8205

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

What are Lassen County Vital Records?

Vital records in Lassen County contain information about a life event. The records include; Birth, marriage, divorce, death records. Lassen County vital records are open to all interested persons. However, only a few authorized persons may obtain certified copies. A requester can obtain Lassen County vital records from the California Department of State Health Service and from Lassen County Superior Court where the event occurred.

Where and How to Get Lassen County Divorce Records?

In Lassen County, Divorce records are open to the general public. However, there are instances where divorce records may be sealed from the public. Requesters may not obtain sensitive information such as; financial account numbers, social security numbers, domestic violence or child abuse victims, and proprietary business information.

Copies of the certifieddivorce records can only be obtained from the Superior Court in the county where the divorce occurred. The California Department of Public Health can only provide you with a Certificate of record with the following information, which includes the names of the parties, the filing date, the county where the divorce was filed, and the divorce case number. A divorce certificate can be obtained in person or via mail by submitting a request to the CDPH. Requesters must send a completed Application of Divorce Records to the following address:

The California Department of Public Health
Vital Records - MS 5103
P.O. Box 997410
Sacramento, CA 95899-7410
Phone: (916) 445-2684
Email: CHSIVitalrecords@cdph.ca.gov.

The cost of obtaining a certificate of the divorce record is $16. The California Department of Public Health receives Payment in a money order or check. The department does not receive cash as Payment.

Where and How to Get Lassen County Marriage Records?

In Lassen County, there are two types of marriage records: public and confidential. Confidential marriage records are only available to the parties to the marriage and can be obtained from the Lassen County Clerk of the county that handles the records where the license was issued. The Public Marriage Records can be obtained from the California Department of Public Health that occurred from 1905 - 2001 and 2010 to the present. The should note that the cost of obtaining a marriage record certificate is $15, and payment can be made in a money order or check payable to the CDPH. To obtain a marriage record by mail, interested parties must fill out an Application of Marriage Record to the following address:

Lassen County Clerk
220 South. Lassen Street, Suite 5
Susanville, CA 96130
Phone: (530) 251-8217
Fax: (530) 257-3480

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

Marriage records in Lassen County are public. However, sensitive information is restricted from the public. The requester will provide the following information in person to obtain a marriage certificate:

  • The bride's full name at the time of marriage
  • The groom's name
  • The marriage date
  • If applicable, the complete address to which the copy will be mailed
  • A signed, sworn statement with a notary acknowledgment.

Where and How to Get Lassen County Birth Records?

In Lassen County, birth records are maintained by the Department of Public Health since July 1905. The County Clerk Office also handles and maintains the records in the county where the event occurred. These agencies make public birth records information available to the general public upon request. However, not all birth records are open to the public, and only qualified persons can access these records. An eligible person can get birth records by mail by submitting an Application for Certified Birth Record form to the California Department of Public Health. The cost of obtaining a birth record is $25. A requester can obtain the birth certificate within the specified timeline. Also, the requester can obtain copies of birth records in-person by visiting the office of the state's Department of Public Health or the County Clerk Office at:

Lassen County Clerk
220 South. Lassen Street, Suite 5
Susanville, CA 96130
Phone: (530) 251-8217
Fax: (530) 257-3480

California Department of Public Health
Vital Records - MS 5103
1501 Capitol Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95814

Where and How to Get Lassen County Death Records?

In Lassen County, death records are maintained by the Department of Public Health since July 1905. The County Clerk Office also handles and maintains the records in the county where the event occurred. These agencies make public birth records information available to the general public upon request. However, not all death records are open to the public, and only qualified persons can access these records, which are:

  • The immediate members of the family.
  • The Surviving next of kin
  • Law enforcement agents or representatives of governmental agencies.
  • An agent or employee of a funeral establishment
  • Any individual or agency empowered by statute or appointed by a court to represent the decedent or the decedent's estate, or any attorney representing the decedent or the decedent's estate.

To obtain death records, an interested person can get death records by mail by submitting an Application for Certified Copy of Death Record Forms to the California Department of Public Health. Also, the requester can obtain copies of birth records in-person by visiting the office of the state's Department of Public Health or the County Clerk Office at:

Lassen County Clerk
220 South. Lassen Street, Suite 5
Susanville, CA 96130
Phone: (530) 251-8217
Fax: (530) 257-3480

California Department of Public Health
Vital Records - MS 5103
1501 Capitol Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95814

Obtaining a certificate of the death record is $21. Lassen County health department offices are open from Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 2:00 pm.