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Newport Beach Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Newport Beach Public Records?

According to California Law, Newport Beach public records include any form of writing that contains information relating to the conduct of the public’s business prepared, owned, used, or retained by any state or local agency regardless of physical form or characteristics. The Newport Beach public records can be in the form of letters, pictures, words, sounds, symbols, films, or any other form in which information is stored.

Nevertheless, some records or part of it are considered exemptions from public records due to the information within. Such records are usually not available to the general public but only to those with authorized access. A public record can be regarded as an exemption if it contains:

  • Information that reveals personal records
  • Records that are active/pending investigation
  • Incidents with juveniles
  • Private personal information like medical records or financial records.

Newport Beach Crime Statistics

According to the Newport Beach Police Department (NBPD), 2020 crime statistics report, the city's total crime count was 1955. The crime count includes different offenses such as forcible rape, criminal homicide, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, larceny-theft, grand theft auto, and arson. The larceny-theft is the most common crime in Newport Beach with 1336 cases. Other crime counts include forcible rape (27), criminal homicide (1), robbery (42), aggravated assault (57), burglary (324), grand theft auto (164), and arson (4).

In 2019, Newport Beach recorded a total crime count of 1928. A further breakdown of the crime count included forcible rape (30), criminal homicide (5), robbery (33), aggravated assault (61), burglary (271), larceny-theft (1360), grand theft auto (159), and arson (9).

Are Newport Beach Criminal Records Public?

Not all Newport Beach criminal records are available for public view. Criminal histories (also known as rap sheets) compiled by law enforcement agencies are not public records. Such records are only available to authorized employers like security guard firms, law enforcement, public utility companies, and child care facilities.

How to Obtain Newport Beach Police Reports and Arrest Records

The Newport Beach Police Department provides information on how to obtain police reports and arrest records through its Inside the NBPD page. Note that the police reports and arrest records are only accessible by the arrestee or parties involved. Although some exceptions may apply. All requests or applications can be made in-person or via mail between the hours 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday to Sunday. Requestors are to present a valid photo ID and payment of a $3 fee at the time of application. For in-person requests, requestors contact the front desk at;

Newport Beach Police Department
870 Santa Barbara Drive,
Newport Beach, CA 92660,
Phone: (949) 644-3681
Email: info@nbpd.org

For mail requests, requestors are to provide their names, case number, and address. The mail request must also include a check for $3 and a valid photo ID (photocopy).

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Newport Beach

The California Department of Justice maintains a database of sex offenders for Newport Beach and other cities in California. It is, however, important to note that not all registered sex offenders are listed on the website.

Requestors can search for sex offenders on the database by using the name search option: first name and last name or the map search option: address and radius.

How to Find Newport Beach Inmate Records

The Orange County Sheriff's Department provides a central database for inmates in Newport Beach and other cities in the county. Requestors can access the database for Newport Beach inmate records by searching with the defendant’s information or booking number. The defendant’s information includes the suspected inmate’s first name and last name.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Newport Beach Jail?

All visits to any of the Orange County facilities are only available on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Visitations are done in-person. Note that there are four facilities in the county: Central Men’s Jail, Central Women’s Jail, Intake Release Center (IRC), and the Theo Lacy Facility. These facilities are located at:

Central Men's Jail
550 N. Flower Street.
Santa Ana, CA 92703

Central Women's Jail
550 N. Flower Street.
Santa Ana, CA 92703

Intake Release Center (IRC)
550 N. Flower Street
Santa Ana, CA 92703

Theo Lacy Facility
501 The City Drive
Orange, CA 92868

Inmates are only allowed one visit per day and a minimum of 30 minutes for each visit. Note that each visitor must be available 15 minutes before their scheduled time. Visitors can check-in as early as 7:00 a.m. and will not be allowed to sign-up for visits once it is after 5:00 p.m. Also, visitors must present a valid photo ID when visiting (only government-issued IDs are accepted).

Court Records

The court system in California consists of Superior Courts. Superior Courts are the type of courts that have jurisdiction over civil and criminal cases. There is a Superior Court in Newport Beach located at:

Harbor Justice Center Newport Beach (HJC/NB)
4601 Jamboree Road,
Newport Beach, CA 92660
Phone: (657) 622-5400

Are Newport Beach Court Records Public?

Not all Newport Beach court records are considered public. Although court records are usually considered public, certain records are confidential due to the information it contains. Examples of confidential court records can include juvenile court proceedings, violence cases, adoption and paternity proceedings, etc.

How to Obtain Newport Beach Civil Court Records

Newport Beach civil court records are available to requestors either by mail or in-person. For interested persons who wish to request in-person, they are to visit the courthouse. Search for the civil court records can be by case number, person name, or business name. Note that the court provides records for the different civil cases: small claims, limited civil, and unlimited civil. The courthouse provides information for unlimited civil cases dating back to 1996 and dating back to 2005 for limited civil cases. Requestors are to complete the request form upon request. Also, a record search fee of $15 and $0:50 per page is applicable.

For mail requests, interested parties are to submit a filled request form along with a check payable to the clerk of the court. This should be sent to the courthouse address:

Harbor Justice Center Newport Beach (HJC/NB)
4601 Jamboree Road,
Newport Beach, CA 92660

How to Obtain Newport Beach Criminal Court Records

To obtain Newport Beach Criminal Court Records, requestors are to submit a completed request form to the Harbor Justice Center. Requests are available in person or via mail. A $15 fee is charged for a record search and $0:50 per page. Mail requests are to be sent to the above courthouse address.

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

What are Newport Beach Vital Records?

Newport Beach vital records are any records of life events kept under government authority, such as birth records, death records, marriage records, and divorce records. These records are kept with the local custodian agency or department and can be obtained upon request.

Where and How to Obtain Newport Beach Divorce Records

The Superior Court of California for the County of Orange (Family Law Unit) maintains and issues divorce records that are finalized within the county. Requests for the Newport Beach divorce records can be in person, via mail, or online. To obtain the Newport Beach divorce records, requestors are to complete and submit a records request form. The submission can either be done in person or via mail to the Lamoreaux Justice Center:

Lamoreaux Justice Center
Attn: Records Department
341 The City Drive South
Orange, CA 92868

Note that there is a payable $15 search fee upon request and a $0:50 per page. The certification of any other document is $25. Requestors are also to provide a valid photo ID. For an in-person request and cases opened in 1997 or later, requesters can view the files on the computers in the Clerk's office.

The courthouse also provides an online service where interested parties can search for divorce records with the case number.

Where and How to Get Public Newport Beach Marriage Records

The Orange County Clerk-Recorder maintains and issues copies of the Newport Beach public marriage records upon request. Requestors will be presented with the informational copy and can choose to request the records either in person or via mail. Note that there is a $15 charge fee for a marriage certificate copy. A completed copy of the marriage records form must be submitted to the Orange County Clerk-Recorder office:

County Administration South Building
601 N. Ross Street
Santa Ana, CA 92701

For mail-in requestors, they are required to send a mail to:

Orange County Clerk-Recorder
Attn: Vital Records
P.O. Box 238
Santa Ana, CA 92702

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Newport Beach

The Orange County clerk-recorder processes all request orders for the Newport Beach confidential marriage records. This type of marriage record is only available to authorized persons. An authorized person is usually the couples, law enforcement agents, some family law divisions, and persons with a court order. Similar to public marriage records, requestors are required to complete the marriage request form. A $15 charge fee is also applicable.

Where and How to Find Newport Beach Birth Records

Newport Beach birth records are available upon request at the Orange County clerk-recorder office. A certified copy of a requested birth record is only available to authorized persons. An authorized person includes the registrant, legal guardian, legal representatives, law enforcement agency, grandparents, child, grandchild, sibling, and spouse of the registrant. For non-authorized persons, only an informational copy is given.

Requestors can obtain Newport Beach birth records either in person or via mail and must complete the birth records request form. They can visit or send a mail to the Clerk-Recorder office:

Orange County Clerk-Recorder
P.O. Box 238
Santa Ana, CA 92702

Note that there is a $28 charge fee per copy payable upon request. Requestors for the birth records are also to present a valid photo ID.

Where and How to Find Newport Beach Death Records

Newport Beach death records are obtainable through the Orange County clerk-recorder office. Similar to birth records only authorized persons are allowed to view a certified death record. Authorized persons include legal guardians, legal representatives, law enforcement agency, child, grandchild, sibling, and spouse of the registrant.

Requestors for a Newport Beach death record are to complete the death records request form and pay a $21 charge fee per copy. Requests can be made either in person or via mail. See the birth records session for the address of the clerk-recorder office. Both in-person and mail requestors are to present a valid photo ID upon application.