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Napa County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Crime Numbers

Napa County’s annual crime statistics are provided by the Open Justice program of the California Department of Justice. The county's most recent crime data is for the year 2018 when it recorded 683 violent crimes and 2,033 property crimes. In comparison with 2014 crime data, these figures show that Napa County's violent crime rate rose by 27.9% while its property crime rate dipped 14.8%.

Reports of Part I crimes in 2018 include 1 homicide, 84 rapes, 67 robberies, and 531 aggravated assaults. Napa County also recorded 405 burglaries, 241 motor vehicle thefts, and 1,387 larceny thefts in the same period.

The county's latest five-year crime trend indicates that homicide, burglary, and larceny-theft rates fell in 2018 from their 2014 heights by 80%, 28.4%, and 13.6% respectively. In the same period, other crimes rates climbed: rape (86.7%), robbery (13.6%), aggravated assaults (24.9%), and motor vehicle thefts (13.1%).

Criminal Records

Napa County criminal records are available from the California Department of Justice. These records are only provided to individuals on the right to review basis. Each criminal history check costs $25. To obtain a copy of a person's criminal record, complete a Live Scan form (Spanish) and take it to any Live Scan center in the county. Make sure to indicate “Record Review” as the type of application on the form. The Live Scan vendor may charge an additional fee for fingerprinting service.

Incident reports for events that occurred in Napa County are provided by local law enforcement agencies that investigated the events described in those reports. For example, the Napa Police Department provides police reports for incidents in the City of Napa, the county seat. To obtain a copy of any report from the Department, visit or call its headquarters:

1539 First Street
Napa, CA 94559
(707) 257-9223

The Department of Justice, in accordance with California’s Megan’s Law, provides public access to a database of registered sex offenders living in Napa County. To locate these offenders living in the county visit the Megan’s Law website and search the California Sex Offender Registry by name or local address. A search by a local address or zip code in Napa County returns a list of offenders residing within a 10-mile radius of the area.

Jail Information

The Napa County Jail is the detention facility in the county. It is operated by the county’s Department of Correction. The correctional facility is located at:

1125 3rd Street
Napa, CA 94559
(707) 253-4401

Friends and family can fund an inmate’s account by visiting the kiosk at the west entrance of the facility. This kiosk is available to the public all day. Deposits can also be made online at mycarepack or by telephone at (888) 277-2535. Relatives can order commissary for inmates via mycarepack website.

Court Records

The Superior Court is the only court in Napa County. It is organized into various divisions based on case type. These divisions hold proceedings at three different locations within the county including:

Napa County Superior Court - Criminal Courthouse
1111 3rd Street
Napa, CA 94559
(707) 299-1180 (Criminal)
(707) 299-1160 (Traffic)

Napa County Superior Court - Historic Courthouse
825 Brown Street
Napa, CA 94559
(707) 299-1130

Napa County Superior Court - Juvenile Courthouse
2350 Old Sonoma Road
Napa, CA 94559
(707) 299-1100

The criminal courthouse hears criminal and traffic cases while civil, family, probate and small claims cases are held at the historic courthouse. The juvenile courthouse is where matters of delinquency and dependency are heard.

The Clerk of the Superior Court files and maintains all of the county’s court records. The general public can review these records online via the case lookup page on the Napa County court website. To request for certified copies of these court records, complete the appropriate form: Civil, Family, and Probate Records Request Form or Criminal Records Request Form. Submit it in person or send it by mail with the relevant copy fee to the right address as provided above. The court charges 50 cents per page for copies of court records and $25 for each certified document. There may be an additional $15 record search fee if it takes more than 10 minutes to locate the record in question.

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Vital Records

The Vital Records (CDPH-VR) Division of the California Department of Public Health provides certified copies of Napa County divorce records from 1962 through June 1984. Each certified divorce record costs $14 and can be requested via mail. Complete the divorce record application form, enclose a check or money order for the fee, and send the request to:

California Department of Public Health
Vital Records – MS 5103
P.O. Box 997410
Sacramento, CA 95899-7410
(916) 445-2684

Note that divorce records provided by the CDPH consist only of the face sheets of the divorce action. To obtain copies of the actual divorce decrees as well as divorce records for years not provided by CDPH-VR, contact the Family Division of the Napa County Superior Court at the historic courthouse at the address provided above.

Copies of Napa County public marriage records from 2008 to the present and for the years between 1905 and 2000 are available at the CDPH-VR Office. A copy of this record costs $15 and can be requested by mail by the same process described above for divorce records. When applying for a public marriage record from this office, use the application form provided here. Certified copies of public marriage records not available at the CDPH-VR office can be obtained from the Napa County Clerk/Recorder office. To request a copy of this record from the county’s Clerk/Recorder Office, complete the application form and submit it in person or by mail to:

1127 First Street
Suite A
P.O. Box 298
Napa, CA 94559-0298
(707) 253-4247 (Clerk)
(707) 253-4105 (Recorder)

Enclose a notarized sworn statement in every request send by mail and attach a (cashier/traveler) check or money order for the processing fee of $15. Walk-in requests are accepted from Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Records of births and deaths that occurred in Napa County since July 1905 are maintained by the CDPH-VR. A certified copy of a birth record costs $25 while a certified copy of death record costs $21. Complete the birth record or death record application form to initiate a request. To submit a request to CDPH-VR, follow the steps described above for obtaining divorce records from the office.

Napa County birth and death records can also be obtained from the county's Clerk/Recorder’s Office and the Registrar of birth and deaths. The county Clerk/Recorder provides certified copies of birth records at $28 each and death records at $21 each. When making a request at the Clerk/Recorder’s Office, complete the vital records application form and submit it to the office in person or by mail at the address listed above. While requests for records of birth or death older than 12 months are to be directed to the Napa County Clerk/Recorder’s Office, requests for recent records are handled by the local Office of Vital Statistics.

The Office of Vital Statistics accepts mail and in-person requests for birth and death records. A certified copy of a certified birth record from the Office costs $28 and while the corresponding fee for certified death records is $21. Check, money order, and credit/debit cards are accepted for payment. Note that paying with a credit/debit card attracts an additional $2.50 service charge. Download and complete any of these forms when making a request:

The Vital Statistics Office is open to the public from Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. It is located at:

2751 Napa Valley Corporate Drive
Building B, First Floor
Napa, CA 94558
(707) 253-4506