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Pomona Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Pomona Public Records?

According to California’s Public Record Act (PRA), Pomona public records include any “writing” that contains information associated with the conduct of public business. Public records may exist in different forms, ranging from handwritten or typed notes to documents sent via electronic mail. Not all records are open to the public. Some of the records that government agencies may exclude under the state’s PRA include documents containing:

  • Information linked with pending litigation.
  • Scoring keys and test questions for employment exams
  • Medical or personal information of government employees
  • Intelligence records or details of investigations and complaints
  • Protected taxpayer information
  • Preliminary notes, memoranda, and drafts

In addition to official sources, public city records may also be accessible from third-party websites. Record seekers may opt to use these non-governmental platforms to search for a specific record or multiple city records. However, users will need to provide enough information to assist with the search, such as:

  • The address of the requestor
  • A case number or file number (if known)
  • The location of the document or person involved
  • The name of the subject involved in the record (not juvenile)
  • The last known or current address of the registrant

Government agencies do not sponsor third-party sites. Because of this, record availability and results may vary.

Pomona Crime Statistics

According to the FBI UCR data for 2020, the City of Pomona recorded 5,530 reported crime incidents over a 12 month period—made up of 4,759 cases of property crime and 780 violent crime incidents. Larceny-theft was the most recurring crime with 3,015 cases, followed by vehicle theft and burglary with 1,080 and 658 cases, respectively. Property crime increased by 14%, while violent crime reports dipped by 17% compared to the previous year. Overall, City residents had a 1 in 28 chance of being victims of a crime, making Pomona safer than 13% of the cities in the U.S. The city’s crime rate was 55% higher than the national average.

Are Pomona Criminal Records Public?

Access to Pomona public records varies on a case-by-case basis. For instance, arrest reports and police reports may be accessible to some parties. Residents can also request copies of their criminal records. That said, although California’s CPRA provides broad access to public records, certain criminal records may be restricted from public view. For instance, requests for juvenile information will require the permission of the presiding judge of Juvenile court. Access to records may be prevented if they are found to:

  • Identify victim information
  • Include sealed/confidential information
  • Include information that may deprive a person of a fair trial or disclose investigation techniques
  • Identify juvenile information
  • Include information that may endanger the safety of a person or witness

How to Obtain Pomona Police Reports and Arrest Records

The Records Bureau of the Pomona Police Department is tasked with managing and providing copies of police reports to citizens, companies, and government agencies. Eligible residents can obtain copies of a police report by submitting an application to the Records Bureau of the police department at 490 West Mission Blvd. Requests to the Records Bureau must be made in writing. However, records are not issued at the front counter. Instead, they are mailed within seven to 10 days of an application.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Pomona

The State of California Department of Justice maintains an online registry that provides information on sex offenders in the state. Regularly updated, it lists registered sex offenders residing in Ponoma and other parts of the state. Searches can be done for registered offenders using different fields such as the registrant’s name, address, city, or zip code. Requesters can also conduct proximity searches to find registrants close to their location.

How to Find Pomona Inmate Records

Individuals who are arrested by Pomona Police are usually booked and processed at the city jail. Residents may be able to obtain information by contacting the center at:

Pomona City Jail,
490 W. Mission Blvd, 91766.

In addition, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department maintains an online inmate center that provides information on persons housed in local correctional facilities. Residents and non-residents can search through the database using a known first and last name. Searches can also be filtered using the inmate’s date of birth.

Court Records

The City of Pomona falls under the jurisdiction of the Superior Court for Los Angeles County, which presides over a variety of cases, including civil cases, family law cases, felony hearings, and misdemeanors. Members of the public may inspect records by contacting the court clerk or using the eBranch self-service kiosk located at:

Los Angeles County Superior Court - East District
Pomona Courthouse South
400 Civic Center Plaza
Pomona, CA 91766
(909) 802-1198 (Civil Unlimited)
(909) 802-1199 (Criminal)
(909) 802-1197 (Family Law)
(909) 802-1195 (Juvenile)

Access to court records can also be gained using the court’s Case Access Service, which allows users to search through court records by case number and location.

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

What are Pomona Vital Records?

Pomona vital records refer to documented records of life events that have occurred within the county. Examples of such records include separation agreements, marriage licenses, death records, divorce certificates, and birth records. Vital records in Pomona may also include records of domestic partnership.

Where and How to Obtain Pomona Divorce Records

Certified copies of divorce decrees issued in Pomona can be obtained by contacting the clerk of the Superior court where the case was heard. Requests can also be inspected at the:

East District Superior Court Building
400 Civic Center Plaza, 1st Floor,
Court Clerk's Office Lobby, 1st floor
Pomona, CA 91766

The courthouse opens from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. between Monday and Friday.

Residents may also be able to obtain copies of a divorce certificate by contacting the California Department of Public Health. An application for a divorce record certificate will require a completed Certified Divorce Record form. Completed forms may be submitted to the:

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

Where and How to Get Public Pomona Marriage Records

Records of marriage licenses granted within the City of Pomona can be obtained by contacting the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder. The office provides two types of records:

  • Confidential marriage records
  • Public marriage records

Certified copies of confidential marriage records are generally restricted to only the parties named on the record. However, copies may be obtained using a court order. In contrast, public marriage records can be obtained by a wider group, including:

  • Both parties named to the marriage
  • A direct family relation, such as a child, grandchild, domestic partner, sibling, parent, or grandparent
  • Any attorney representing either spouse

Where and How to Find Pomona Birth Records

Eligible parties can obtain certified copies of birth records by contacting the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk (RR/CC) Office. It maintains birth records from 1866 and processes same-day requests for birth events since 1964. To obtain copies of a record by mail or in person, requesters will need to submit a completed application form with the stated fee. Accepted forms of payment may include cash, credit/debit card, check, and money order made payable to the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk.

Alternatively, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health maintains birth records of children up until their first year. To obtain records in person, requesters must complete and submit the application form provided at the DPH office. Walk-in requests can be made at:

DPH Vital Records Office
313 N. Figueroa Street, Room Lobby-1
Los Angeles, CA 90012

The office charges $28.00 per certified copy for each record. Accepted forms of payments for walk-in requests include cash, checks, money order or credit card payments, and cash or money order for mail requests. Requests for birth records made by mail should be sent to:

DPH Vital Records Office
Attn: Birth Section
313 N. Figueroa Street, Room Lobby-1
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Where and How to Find Pomona Death Records

The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk office maintains and provides death records as old as 1877. The office also offers same-day processing for deaths that occurred since 1995. Record seekers can request records in person or by mail. Interested parties can obtain records by submitting a completed application form to the office. Walk-in requests can be made at:

DPH Vital Records Office
313 N. Figueroa Street, Room Lobby-1
Los Angeles, CA 90012