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Alhambra Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Alhambra City Public Records?

Alhambra City’s representatives and employees produce and preserve public records according to the California Public Records Act (CPRA). The Act defines an Alhambra City public record as any information its employees may create while undertaking city duties. Public records may take many forms, including:

  • Handwritten and typed documents;
  • Microfilm prints;
  • Maps;
  • Photographs and videos;
  • Audio recordings and transcripts.

The Act also excludes some documents from public view, including:

  • Records containing private individual details, whose disclosure would constitute a privacy breach;
  • Records protected under client-attorney privilege;
  • Records containing information about ongoing law enforcement investigations;
  • Juvenile information;
  • Preliminary drafts, notes, or comments;
  • Classified data;
  • Trade secrets and proprietary innovations;
  • Information for citizens and private monetary information.

Alhambra City Crime Statistics

In Alhambra City, the Police Department generates and maintains records of city-wide crimes, arrests, and convictions. Its Records Bureau generates a monthly statistics document and makes it available on its crime statistics page. The Bureau also forwards annual reports to the California Criminal Justice Statistics Center and the Federal Bureau of Investigation for input in their yearly uniform crime reports.

In a 2019 report, the FBI recorded 161 violent crimes and 1,749 property crimes among its 84,837 residents. A breakdown of violent crimes showed two murders, eleven rapes, 89 robberies, and 59 cases of aggravated assault. The crime rate that year was 104.9, which was 1.7 times lower than the U.S. average of 205.8. Within California, Alhambra residents had a 0.19% chance of being violent crime victims, while the state average was 0.44%.

The FBI’s report also revealed 259 burglaries, 1,303 cases of larceny-theft, 187 vehicular-theft cases, and eight arson cases. Among Alhambra City residents, the chances of being property crime victims were 2.13%, while the statewide chances were 2.32%.

Are Alhambra City Criminal Records Public?

Per California’s rules, Alhambra City criminal records are open to some - but not all - public members. For instance, the California Department of Justice does not provide criminal background checks to individual public members. However, they will give criminal background checks to child care centers, security guard firms, law enforcement offices, public utility organizations, and other similar businesses. Similarly, individuals with criminal backgrounds may query the Department of Justice to obtain their records. At the city level, the Alhambra City Police Department also allows persons with arrest records to get them.

How to Obtain Alhambra City Police Reports and Arrest Records

In Alhambra City, the Police Department’s Records Bureau generates and maintains different arrest records and police reports. The Bureau only provides copies of arrest records to the arrestee or other authorized persons. However, it gives the public copies of Alhambra City police reports upon request. Interested persons may query the Records Bureau office anytime between Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 8:00 pm. The office is closed on Saturday and Sunday. Requesters must provide the following information:

  • Requestor’s name and address;
  • Requestor’s phone number and email address;
  • Incident date and time frame;
  • Police report number or incident number;
  • Incident location;
  • Names of parties involved.

Copies of crime reports cost ten cents per page, and applicants may pay using cash, credit card, cheque, or money order.

Alhambra City Police Department
211 S 1st St,
Alhambra, CA 91801
Phone: (626) 570-5151

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Alhambra City?

The Alhambra City Police Department holds information about all Alhambra City residents with sex convictions - as the California Penal Code § 290.46 mandates them to register with the state. The Department of Justice collects sex offender information from all municipalities and counties in California and uploads it onto its Sex Offender Registry. Anyone who wants to access Alhambra City sex offender information may search through the registry using offenders’ names, zip codes, phone numbers, or addresses. Favorable searches will return a drop-down list with all matching names. Each name - when clicked - reveals further details about each offender, including physical descriptors, photographs, conviction status, and more.

How to Find Alhambra City Inmate Records?

The Alhambra City Police Department controls the Alhambra City Jail. The facility houses residents convicted within Alhambra City. It also houses convicts from other cities in Los Angeles County that wish to serve out their time at the City Jail under the Pay to Stay program. The Alhambra City Police Department maintains a log of all persons housed in the jail but does not publish it online. Anyone interested in getting Alhambra City inmate records must query the police department in person or by telephone.

Alhambra City Police Department
211 S 1st St,
Alhambra, CA 91801
Phone: (626) 570-5151

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Hawthorne City Jail?

The Alhambra City Police Department controls the Alhambra City Jail. It allows friends and family to visit inmates every day from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Inmates who have been in prison for a full calendar day may receive one visit per day, for fifteen minutes max. Allotted visitation times may reduce if the demand for visits is high.

Inmates may not receive visits from other former inmates on active parole or probation. Every visitor is subject to a search and a criminal background check and must present a valid ID in the form of:

  • Government-issued photo ID;
  • A driver’s license;
  • A valid international passport;
  • Military ID.

The following items are contraband, and visitors risk eviction or arrest by bringing them to the facility:

  • Alcohol, cigarettes, marijuana, or other illegal drugs;
  • Food or drink;
  • Knives, guns, crossbows, or other weapons;
  • Tear gas/O.C. dispensers;
  • Cellphones, tablets, cameras, or other electronic devices;

The prison staff expects all visitors to dress comfortably but conservatively. They will deny admission to anyone wearing the following items:

  • Tight skirts or leggings;
  • Sleeveless or tank tops;
  • Facecaps or sunglasses (unless medically recommended);
  • Open-toe sandals;
  • Sundresses;
  • Clothing that refers to gang affiliation or bears sexual or lewd comments or pictures;
  • Clothing that closely resembles prison or law enforcement uniforms.

Alhambra City Court Records

The Los Angeles County Superior Court is responsible for all Alhambra City legal matters. It handles all legal issues, including criminal, civil, traffic, and family cases. As a part of the California Judicial Branch, the Los Angeles County Superior Court - Northeast District lets the public request, inspect, copy dockets, oaths, trial transcripts, and other Alhambra City court records.

The Superior Court also provides online services, allowing anyone to pay for tickets online, view Alhambra City court calendars, search for court cases by name and number, and more. Interested persons may search the LA Courts Case Access Page to find various Alhambra City court records like criminal court cases, family court cases, small claims, civil court cases, and other case types. Interested persons may search for court records as guests, or they may create accounts using a valid email address. The search fee for guests is $1 per page for the first 1-5 pages per document and forty cents per page for 6+ additional pages per document. The search fee schedule for registered users is below:

  • Per search fee for search number 1 to 10: $ 1.00
  • Per search fee for search number 11 to 99: $ 4.75
  • Per search fee for search number 100 to 999: $4.50
  • Per search fee for search number 1000 to 10000: $4.25
  • Per search fee for search number 10001 and above: $4

The location of courts in Alhambra City are below:

Los Angeles County Superior Court - Northeast District
Alhambra Courthouse
150 West Commonwealth Avenue,
Alhambra, CA 91801
Phone: (626) 293-2199 (Criminal)
Phone: (626) 293-2198 (Small Claims)
Fax: (626) 943-8552 (Small Claims)

Los Angeles County Superior Court - Northeast District
Pasadena Courthouse
300 East Walnut Avenue,
Pasadena, CA 91101
Phone: (626) 396-3397 (Civil)
Fax: (626) 568-3903 (Civil)

Are Alhambra City Court Records Public?

According to California’s Public Records Act, anyone may request, view Alhambra City court records. The Act, however, exempts certain court documents from public view and allows only authorized persons to access them:

  • Juvenile criminal cases;
  • Juvenile dependency cases in which the court separates a child from his or her parents;
  • Civil harassment cases;
  • Child custody cases;
  • Some divorce cases.

How to Obtain Alhambra Civil Court Case Records

The Los Angeles County Superior Court attends to Alhambra’s civil issues at the Pasadena Courthouse. The Superior Court Clerk produces Alhambra City civil court case records and provides public copies upon request.

Online researchers may obtain Alhambra City civil court case records by querying the LA Court’s civil case search section. It allows the public to search for civil court case records using the parties’ names. Interested persons may search for court records as guests, or they may create accounts using a valid email address. The search fee for guests is $1 per page for the first 1-5 pages per document and forty cents per page for 6+ additional pages per document. The search fee schedule for registered users is below:

  • Per search fee for search number 1 to 10: $ 1.00
  • Per search fee for search number 11 to 99: $ 4.75
  • Per search fee for search number 100 to 999: $4.50
  • Per search fee for search number 1000 to 10000: $4.25
  • Per search fee for search number 10001 and above: $4

Although the Los Angeles Superior Court allows users to search for case records on the portal, it does not certify the documents.

Individuals interested in obtaining certified copies of Alhambra City civil court case records may visit the Los Angeles County Superior Court Clerk’s office or send a written request with the following details:

  • Parties’ names;
  • Case number;
  • Approximate filing year;
  • Specific documents requested;
  • The requester’s contact details.

Los Angeles County Superior Court - Northeast District
Pasadena Courthouse
300 East Walnut Avenue,
Pasadena, CA 91101
Phone: (626) 396-3397 (Civil)
Fax: (626) 568-3903 (Civil)

How to Obtain Alhambra Criminal Court Records

The Los Angeles County Superior Court deals with criminal issues in Alhambra City at the Alhambra Courthouse. The Superior Court Clerk maintains Alhambra City criminal court case records and offers copies upon request.

Individuals conducting research online may query the LA Court Criminal Case Summary section to find Alhambra City criminal court records. In this section, researchers can search for criminal court cases using defendants’ names or search for summaries of those cases using their numbers. Interested persons may search for court records as guests, or they may create accounts using a valid email address. The search fee for guests is $1 per page for the first 1-5 pages per document and forty cents per page for 6+ additional pages per document. The search fee schedule for registered users is below:

  • Per search fee for search number 1 to 10: $ 1.00
  • Per search fee for search number 11 to 99: $ 4.75
  • Per search fee for search number 100 to 999: $4.50
  • Per search fee for search number 1000 to 10000: $4.25
  • Per search fee for search number 10001 and above: $4

Although the Los Angeles Superior Court allows users to search for case records on the portal, it does not certify the documents.

Individuals interested in obtaining certified copies of Alhambra City criminal court records may visit the Los Angeles County Superior Court Clerk’s office or send a written request with the following details:

  • Defendant’s name;
  • Case number;
  • Date of birth (if known)
  • The prosecutor’s name
  • Approximate filing year;
  • The requester’s contact details.

It costs fifty cents per page to copy an Alhambra City criminal court record and $40 to certify a document. Applicants must stipulate the exact amount of copies needed and attach a cheque and a self-stamped, addressed envelope. The cheque should have the words “not to exceed $75” written under the amount line. The Clerk’s staff will fill in the appropriate amount when they process the request.

Los Angeles County Superior Court - Northeast District
Alhambra Courthouse
150 West Commonwealth Avenue,
Alhambra, CA 91801
Phone: (626) 293-2199 (Criminal)

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What are Alhambra City Vital Records?

In Alhambra City, municipal officials create vital records when residents experience significant life events like marriage, marital dissolution, birth, and death. Los Angeles County Superior Court Clerk’s office makes and disseminates Alhambra City divorce records to eligible persons. Simultaneously, the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/Clerk’s office is responsible for issuing marriage, birth, and death records and issues copies to authorized requesters. Examples of eligible persons include:

  • The person(s) on the record;
  • Their immediate family members (spouse, parents, children, siblings, grandparents, etc.);
  • The record holder’s legal representatives or anyone with a power of attorney;
  • Anyone with a court order to view the record.

Where and How to Obtain Alhambra Divorce Records

The Los Angeles County Superior Court Clerk’s office makes Alhambra City divorce records and disseminates them to authorized people, including:

  • The divorcees
  • The divorcees’ immediate family members
  • The divorcees’ legal representatives

Online researchers may access Alhambra City civil court case records by querying the LA Court’s civil case search section. It allows the public to search for divorce court judgments using the parties’ names. Interested persons may search for court records as guests, or they may create accounts using a valid email address. The search fee for guests is $1 per page for the first 1-5 pages per document and forty cents per page for 6+ additional pages per document. The search fee schedule for registered users is below:

  • Per search fee for search number 1 to 10: $ 1.00
  • Per search fee for search number 11 to 99: $ 4.75
  • Per search fee for search number 100 to 999: $4.50
  • Per search fee for search number 1000 to 10000: $4.25
  • Per search fee for search number 10001 and above: $4

Although the Los Angeles Superior Court allows users to search for Alhambra City divorce records on the portal, it does not certify the documents.

Individuals interested in obtaining certified copies of Alhambra City divorce records may visit the Los Angeles County Superior Court Clerk’s office or send a written request with the following details:

  • The divorcees’ names
  • The divorce date
  • The case number
  • The requester’s contact details

Los Angeles County Superior Court - Northeast District
Pasadena Courthouse
300 East Walnut Avenue,
Pasadena, CA 91101
Phone: (626) 396-3397 (Civil)
Fax: (626) 568-3903 (Civil)

Certified copies of Alhambra City divorce records cost $15 per copy. Applicants must pay an additional $15 if they do not know the divorce case number. Mailing applicants must include a self-addressed, stamped envelope and a cheque with the appropriate fee, payable to “Clerk of Court.”

Where and How to Get Public Alhambra Marriage Records

The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/Clerk’s office issues marriage licenses in Alhambra City. The public may - at will - request certified informational copies of Alhambra City marriage certificates by completing and submitting a Marriage Certificate Application Form to the Recorder’s Office by mail. The Recorder’s Office charges $15 per certificate and returns them to requesters within twenty working days. Applicants must note that informational copies of Alhambra City marriage certificates have the words "INFORMATIONAL, NOT A VALID DOCUMENT TO ESTABLISH IDENTITY" written on their faces.

Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk
Birth, Death and Marriage Records Section,
P.O. Box 489,
Norwalk, CA 90651-0489

Where and How to Get Confidential Alhambra Marriage Records

In Alhambra City, the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/Clerk’s office gives residents marriage licenses and allows the following eligible individuals to request certified copies:

  • The married couple;
  • The couples’ parents or legal guardians (with documentation);
  • The couples’ family members;
  • Law enforcement agents or other government agencies conducting official business;
  • The couples’ legal representatives;
  • A party with a court order to receive the record.

The County Recorder’s Office allows authorized individuals to order confidential Alhambra City marriage certificates online. It also allows individuals to send in mail applications by completing a Marriage Certificate Application Form, notarizing it, attaching an envelope and a money order for $15, and sending the entire package to the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s office.

Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk,
Birth, Death and Marriage Records Section,
P.O. Box 489,
Norwalk, CA 90651-0489

Where and How to Get Alhambra Birth Records

In Alhambra City, the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/Clerk’s office issues new birth certificates and allows the following eligible individuals to request certified copies:

  • The registrant (above eighteen years old);
  • Parents named on the record;
  • The registrant’s spouse;
  • The registrant’s siblings
  • The registrant’s legal representatives

The public can - at will - request certified informational copies of Alhambra birth certificate. Requesters (public and authorized alike) may obtain Alhambra birth certificates by filing an application for a Birth Record and Notarized Certificate of Identity form. Applicants must provide the following:

  • The child’s full name;
  • The child’s date of birth;
  • The mother’s full maiden name;
  • The father’s full name;
  • The place of birth;
  • The requester’s return address;
  • A sworn, notarized statement (if requesting a certified copy).

Both informational and confidential copies of birth certificates cost $28. The fee is non-refundable even if the search does not produce a record. Applicants must make cheques or money orders payable to the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk.

Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk,
Birth, Death and Marriage Records Section,
P.O. Box 489,
Norwalk, CA 90651-0489

Where and How to Get Alhambra Death Records

When an Alhambra City resident dies, the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/Clerk’s office issues the death certificate. It allows the following eligible individuals to request certified copies:

  • The deceased’s spouse
  • The deceased’s immediate family members (parents, siblings, children, etc.);
  • The deceased’s legal representatives;
  • Anyone with a legal order to obtain a certified copy.

The public can - at will - request certified informational copies of Alhambra City death certificates.

Requesters (public and authorized alike) may obtain Alhambra City death certificates by filing a Death Record and Notarized Certificate of Identity form. Applicants must provide the following:

  • The deceased’s full name at the time of death;
  • The deceased’s date of birth (if known);
  • The date of death;
  • The place of death;
  • The requester’s return address;
  • A sworn, notarized statement (if requesting a certified copy).

Both informational and confidential copies of birth certificates cost $21. The fee is non-refundable even if the search does not produce a record. Applicants must make cheques or money orders payable to the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk. Applicants must note that Alhambra City death certificates’ informational copies have the words "INFORMATIONAL, NOT A VALID DOCUMENT TO ESTABLISH IDENTITY" written on their faces.

Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk,
Birth, Death and Marriage Records Section,
P.O. Box 489,
Norwalk, CA 90651-0489