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Mendocino County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Crime Numbers

The California Department of Justice’s Open Justice platform provides crime statistics for Mendocino County. In 2018, Mendocino County had a total of 369 violent crimes comprising 13 homicides, 53 rapes, 50 robberies, and 253 aggravated assaults. There were also 1,199 property crimes including 325 burglaries, 206 motor vehicle thefts, 668 larcenies, and 49 arsons.

Between 2014 and 2018, Mendocino recorded increases in homicides (116.7%), rapes (120.8%), motor vehicle thefts (10.8%), and arsons (88.5%). However, burglaries (-33.5%), larcenies (-23.3%), robberies (-5.7%), and aggravated assaults (-41%) went down during the same period.

Criminal Records

The Office of the Attorney General provides criminal history records in California. However, these records are only accessible by the persons named on the records, legitimate law enforcement agencies, and other agencies authorized by the Department of Justice. A record costs $25 and requires the requester to submit fingerprint images.

To request a criminal record, download and complete the Request For Live Scan Service form for California residents, or the Application to Obtain Copy of State Summary Criminal History, for out-of-state residents. For fingerprinting services, visit the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office or the closest police department. Fingerprinting services may cost an additional fee. Enclose the application with a completed fingerprint card, and a check or money order payable to California Department of Justice. Mail the request to:

California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Information and Analysis
Record Review and Challenge Program
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170

Members of the public may access arrest records in Mendocino County using a Request a Public Record form. Complete the form with details of the desired records. Select Sheriff-Coroner from the Select A Department drop-down menu.

Mendocino County allows the public to review these records free of charge. However, varying fees may apply for duplication, data system programming, and other actions required to prepare and copy these records.

Requests for criminal justice records can also be submitted to any of the following branches of the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office :

Ukiah Office
951 Low Gap Road
Ukiah, CA 95482
(707) 463-4086

Fort Bragg Substation
700 South Franklin Street
Fort Bragg, CA 95437
(707) 961-2421

Willits Substation
470 East Valley Street
Willits, CA 95490
(707) 459-7833

The California Department of Justice provides a sex offender registry for Mendocino County, through its Megan’s Law Website. To find registered sex offenders living in the county, use the Search Offenders function on the website and select Mendocino from the County Search drop-down menu. Search results include the offenders’ addresses, cities, zip codes, photos, scars, and specific offenses.

The Sheriff’s Office runs the Mendocino County Jail and provides public access to its inmate database. Use the Booking Page to search for inmates by first name, last name, booking number, and booking date range. Search results contain demographic information, booking history, arresting agency, and charge description of all inmates. The Mendocino County Jail is located at:

951 Low Gap Road
Ukiah, CA 95482

Family and friends may fund an inmate’s account online or in person. To send money online, use the approved My Care Pack platform. To fund an inmate’s account in person, visit the money kiosk at the jail lobby. Allow up to 72 hours for money kiosk deposits to reflect in the inmate’s account.

The County Jail allows both in-person and video visitations. Schedule an in-person visit by calling (707) 463-6330 on a weekday, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., and between 1:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.

Schedule a video visitation through the approved Legacy Inmate Communications platform or by calling (888) 729-4326. Video visits cost 35 cents per minute and are only available in 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, and 50-minute increments. Some inmates are only available for in-person visitations, depending on classification, disciplinary status, and housing unit. The Mendocino County Jail records all video visits.

Court Records

Court records are available, by mail and in person, from the Mendocino County Superior Court. To order copies of court records by mail, send a written request with detailed information to the Superior Court. Each search costs $15 if the Case Number is unknown. Requests that require more than 10 minutes of search time cost $15 whether or not the Case Number is known. Certified copies cost $40 per record. Requesters may avoid search fees by obtaining Case Numbers through the Superior Court’s online Case Index.

Send the written request with an enclosed check or money order, for search and copy fees, payable to Mendocino Superior Court. Mail the request to:

Superior Court of California
County of Mendocino
Attention: Records Request
100 North State Street
Ukiah, CA 95482

To request court records in person, visit the Superior Court at the above address on a weekday, between 8:30 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. Alternatively, visit any of the other Mendocino Superior Court branches listed below:

Mendocino County Superior Court - Ukiah
Main Courthouse
100 North State Street
Ukiah, CA 95482-4416
(707) 468-2000

Mendocino County Superior Court – Ten Mile Branch
700 South Franklin Street
Fort Bragg, CA 95437-5464
(707) 964-3192

Mendocino County Superior Court – Arena Branch
Point Arena VFW Hall
24000 South Highway One
Point Arena, CA 95468
Phone: (707) 964-3192
Fax: (707) 961-2611

Property records for Mendocino County are available from the Office of the County Assessor. To request these records, contact the Assessor by visiting, calling, or sending an email using the following contact details:

Mendocino County Assessor
501 Low Gap Road
Room 1020
Ukiah, CA 95482
Phone: (707) 234-6800
Fax: (707) 463-6597
Email: acr@mendocinocounty.org

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Vital Records

Divorce records are available at the Mendocino County Superior Court. To order copies of a divorce record by mail, send a written request to the Ukiah branch of the Mendocino Superior Court using the information below:

Mendocino County Superior Court - Ukiah
Main Courthouse
100 North State Street
Ukiah, CA 95482-4416
(707) 468-2000

To request this vital record in person, visit the Ukiah branch or any of the following branches:

Mendocino County Superior Court – Ten Mile Branch
700 South Franklin Street
Fort Bragg, CA 95437-5464
(707) 964-3192

Mendocino County Superior Court – Arena Branch
Point Arena VFW Hall
24000 South Highway One
Point Arena, CA 95468
Phone: (707) 964-3192
Fax: (707) 961-2611

Birth, death, and marriage records are available from the Office of Mendocino County Recorder. Each birth certificate costs $25 while a marriage certificate costs $15 and a death certificate costs $21. All certificates are certified copies. To request these vital documents, send a request to the County Recorder at:

Mendocino County Recorder
501 Low Gap Road
Room 1020
Phone: (707) 234-6822
Fax: (707) 463-6597
Email: acr@mendocinocounty.org