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Mono County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Mono County Information

The state of California contains Mono County. A local census found that Mono County had 14,202 habitants in 2010. The county seat is Bridgeport.

It was formed in 1861.

The county is named after Mono Lake which, in 1852, was named for a Native American Paiute tribe, the Mono people, who historically inhabited the Sierra Nevada from north of Mono Lake to Owens Lake. The tribe's western neighbors, the Yokut, called them Moonachie, meaning "fly people'' because they used fly larvae as their chief food staple and trading article.

Mono County Arrest Records

Arrest records are kept on all crimes within the Mono County area. Mono County crimes are put into violent crimes and property crimes. In 2018, in Mono County, there were 22 violent and 45 property crimes. Mono County Sheriff’s Office can be contacted at:

Mono County Sheriff’s Office
49 Bryant Street
Bridgeport, CA 93517
Phone: (760) 932-7549

Mono County Criminal Records

Mono County records their criminal activity in the form of criminal records. These records cover murders, rapes, burglaries, arson, motor vehicle theft, assaults, and crimes of a sexual nature. All police records in Mono County are all updated. These include any offender living, attending school, working, or jailed in the Mono County area. All Mono County inhabitants may access an up-to-date copy of this register.

Residents living in Mono County can use tools to search for any offenders in the area. The relevant search tools are found online. A given zip code acts as the focal point of a resident's search. All Mono County offenders within the given coordinates will then be revealed. People may also use the tool to search for specific offenders. The results will show all incarcerated and non-compliant offenders too.

Mono County Court Records

Mono County criminal, civil, and family cases are all managed by the county courthouse. The court clerk maintains all Mono County court records. Mono County inhabitants can access court records:

Mono County Courthouse
278 Main Street
P.O. Box 537
Bridgeport, CA 93517
Phone: (760) 932-5239
Fax: (760) 932-7520

The California Court of Appeals holds the power to assess all contested cases across the state. The 58 superior and trial courts across the 58 counties, including Mono County, are observed by the Court of Appeals.

NOTE - Average records in Mono County can be delivered by mail, email, or fax. Mono County official records can only be sent via mail.

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Mono County Public Records

In Mono County, every person has public information maintained on them. The California Department of Public Health operates the vital records system and gathers up health-related statistical data for California, including Mono County. Having a few different copies keeps the files safe, and they can then be applied for statistical analysis later on.

All Mono County residents can access and copy all vital public records per the California Public Records Act passed in 1968. All Mono County individuals can, therefore, open state and local government public records. Mono County public records are available for applications at:

Mono County Clerk’s Office
74 School Street
Annexe I
P.O. Box 237
Bridgeport, CA 93517
Phone: (760) 932-5530
Fax: (760) 932-5531

However, records come with a charge in Mono County. First copies of birth records cost $25.00 for non-government agencies and $19.00 for government agencies in Mono County. Death records in Mono County cost $21.00 for non-government agencies and $18.00 for government agencies. First copies of marriage records cost $15.00 for non-government agencies and $11.00 for Mono County government agencies.

NOTE - The office has opening times of 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. from Monday to Friday. In Mono County, some form of photo ID is needed to attain records. Both driver's licenses and state IDs would suffice. Mono County insists that all public record applications be put in writing.