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Tustin Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Tustin City Public Records?

Tustin public records comprise data and information created, used, or maintained by a public agency during its official duties. Under the CPRA, records should be available to interested requesters regardless of their form or characteristics. Public records include writings, photographs, electronic mails, and all other data storage forms. However, the CPRA considers some records too sensitive or confidential for public disclosure. Some examples of such records include:

  • Preliminary drafts, notes, and intra-agency or interagency memoranda, especially if the public interest in withholding the records outweighs the benefits of disclosure

  • All litigation records where the public agency is a party until case conclusion

  • Personnel files that contain information where disclosure would be an unnecessary invasion of the person’s privacy. However, documents related to an employee’s wrongdoing or offense may be disclosed if the allegations are substantial

  • Test questions, scoring templates, and other exam data used for a licensing, academic, or employment examination

  • Real estate appraisals, feasibility estimates, and other assessment information related to the acquisition of property or construction contracts until the conclusion of the contract or acquisition

  • Medical records, except where the patient or a legal guardian authorizes disclosure

  • Active law enforcement investigative and intelligence records

Public city records may also be accessible from third-party websites. Record seekers may either 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

Third-party sites are not sponsored by government agencies. Because of this, record availability and results may vary.

Tustin City Crime Statistics

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) publishes Tustin crime statistics through its Uniform Crime Reports (UCR) Program. According to figures published in 2019, the city recorded 2,265, crimes, including 141 violent crimes, 2,118 property crimes, and 6 cases of arson. The violent crimes comprised 1 murder and nonnegligent manslaughter case, 16 rape incidents, 61 robberies, and 63 cases of aggravated assault. Numbers for property crimes include 241 burglaries, 1,694 cases of larceny-theft, and 183 motor vehicle thefts.

In 2018, Tustin saw 2,001 index crimes, a lower total than 2019's figures. The city's most common crime was larceny-theft, with 1,506 reported cases. Others include 15 rape incidents, 49 robberies, 58 aggravated assaults, 243 burglaries, and 125 motor vehicle thefts. The least common crime was arson, with 5 reported cases. Tustin had no murder and nonnegligent manslaughter case in 2018.

The Tustin Police Department also provides statistics via crime mapping and crime alerts. Tustin residents may search for criminal activity in their immediate areas by selecting a date range, a specific address, and one or more related events to streamline search results.

Are Tustin City Criminal Records Public?

Access to Tustin City criminal records varies on a case-by-case basis. According to state law, access to criminal history information on California residents is allowed for authorized requesters. For example, the law allows access to some employers of labor, including security firms, child or elderly care organizations, and law enforcement agencies. Interested persons may also access personal criminal records regardless of their request purpose. Sometimes, record custodians may release criminal history reports on other persons to crime witnesses and victims.

How to Obtain Tustin City Police Reports and Arrest Records

The Tustin Police Department provides copies of crime reports through its Records Unit. However, access is restricted to authorized persons, such as victims, their representatives, and other involved persons. Eligible requesters may complete an Application for Release of Information Form and send it by email to policereports@tustinca.org. Law offices requesting crime reports on behalf of clients may fax requests to (714) 730-8027 or send by mail to:

Tustin Police Department
300 Centennial Way
Tustin, CA 92780
Phone: (714) 573-3225

Required details include the involved person’s name, incident location and date, the requester’s full name and phone number, and a reason for the request. The police department takes approximately 10 days to review and respond to each request.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Tustin City

The California Department of Justice (DOJ) ensures public access to information on all registered sex offenders in the state. Persons seeking information on Tustin sex offenders may search the California Megan’s Law Website using either the name or map search. The map search requires the sex offender’s street number, street name, zip code, and a search mile radius. Record seekers may also search specifically for transient sex offenders. Available details include the offender’s physical description, booking photograph, date of birth, and risk assessment. Tustin residents may periodically check the database for updates on registered sex offenders.

How to Find Tustin City Inmate Records

The Orange County Sheriff’s Department (OCSD) maintains an online database of incarcerated persons in the county. Anyone looking for Tustin City inmate records may use the search page by providing the inmate’s first name, last name, middle name, age, and gender. Users may also list inmates’ names either by gender or the first letter of the inmates’ names. Search results display each inmate’s details, including a booking number.

Note: Online information is only available for inmates who are currently in custody or were released in the past 30 days.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Orange County Jail?

The Orange County Sheriff’s Department maintains three jail facilities, including the:

Prospective visitors must first confirm the inmate’s holding facility. All three facilities allow visitors on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays, except the Central Men’s and Women’s Jails which excludes Mondays.

Visitation is allowed from 8:00 am to 5:00 am on scheduled days and is only possible by appointment. Although visitors may not visit more than one inmate each week, the facility may periodically reassess and alter this provision without notice. Interested persons may schedule visits by calling the IRC AT (714) 647-6050 or the Theo Lacy Facility at (714) 935-6202.

Visitors must note that the inmate’s booking number - obtainable from the sheriff’s search page - is required. Furthermore, the scheduler must provide contact information so the facility can reach out if an incident that may affect the visit occurs.

All scheduled visitors must arrive at the lobby 15 minutes before the appointment and show a government-issued ID, such as a state driver's license, consular card, state identification card, passport, etc. Each visit will last at least 30 minutes and cannot have more than two adults and two minors who must be under adult supervision at all times. However, an unsupervised minor child may visit a relative in custody with permission from the facility's Watch Commander.

Visitors released from jail within the previous 60 days are not eligible for visits. Nonetheless, the Watch Commander may approve a visit from such a person if the visit is between blood relatives, such as a sibling or parent. Persons who have served time in California State Prison due to a felony conviction may only visit by completing the “Parolee/Felon Request to Visit” form available at each facility’s lobby.

Prohibited items include food, drinks, gum, matches, lighters, and pepper spray. Bulk items, such as books, baby diaper bags, purses, and backpacks are also prohibited. Visitors who are either unruly or are in possession of a prohibited item may be denied entry. Furthermore, persons who visit under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be allowed and may be arrested.

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

What are Tustin City Vital Records?

Tustin vital records are records of life events that happen in the city. These vital records include details of marriages, divorces, births, and deaths, and are created by government agencies. According to California law, vital records are open to the general public. However, the law restricts access to certified records to the persons named on the record and a small group of related persons. Generally, Tustin vital records are available at the county Superior Court and the Clerk-Recorder’s Office.

Where and How to Obtain Tustin City Divorce Records?

Interested persons may obtain Tustin divorce decrees from the Orange County Superior Court. Records are available online, in person, and by mail. Record seekers may conduct online searches for varying fees by filling the search boxes on the court’s case search page. Users may search by case number, a litigant’s name, business name, and filing date. Only records of divorces since 1989 are available.

In-person requesters may use public computer terminals at any of the Superior Court of Orange County Justice Center locations. Requesters may find records of dissolution, legal separation, and nullity opened since 1997. Older records may be available for viewing but stored offsite. Interested persons may order records opened before 1997 by calling (657) 611-8457. If available, such cases would be open for viewing and copying at the following address:

Lamoreaux Justice Center
Family Law Division Clerk’s Office
Seventh Floor
341 The City Drive South
Orange, CA 92868-3205
Phone: (657) 622-8457 (Records Office)

Record seekers may also visit the above address to obtain physical copies. Visitors must submit a completed Copy Request form (L-0696), filled with the case number, case name, type of record, and the requester’s contact information. Plain copies cost 50 cents per page, while certified and exemplified copies cost $40 and $50, respectively.

Mail requesters may also send completed copy request forms to the same address. Each request must include payment and a self-addressed and stamped envelope. The clerk will mail all documents purchased by mail within 30 to 45 days from the payment date.

Where and How to Get Public Tustin City Marriage Records

The Orange County Clerk-Recorder’s Office maintains Tustin City marriage records. While all interested persons may obtain copies of informational certified copies of Tustin marriage records, only the following authorized persons may receive certified copies:

  • The person named on the record
  • The person’s parent, sibling, spouse, child, grandchild, grandparent, domestic spouse, or legal guardian
  • The person’s legal representative
  • A law enforcement or other governmental representative conducting official business as provided by law

Interested persons may request by mail or in person. Each mail request requires a Vital Records Request Form, completed with the parties’ full names, marriage date, and the requester’s information. Tustin City marriage records cost $15 per copy, payable by check, money order, and debit or credit cards. Check and money orders should be payable to “OC Clerk-Recorder”. Cash payments are only allowed for in-person requests.

Requesters must note that informational certified copies are clearly marked and not valid for legal purposes. Also, informational certified copies of confidential marriage records are only available to the bride or groom. Persons eligible to request certified copies must submit notarized request forms. Requests are usually processed within 5 - 10 business days. All applications should be submitted as follows:

Mail Submissions
OC Clerk-Recorder
Attention: Vital Records
P.O. Box 238
Santa Ana, CA 92702

In-Person Submissions
Central Office
601 N. Ross St
Santa Ana, CA 92701
Hours: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday

North County Branch Office
222 S. Harbor Boulevard
Suite 110A
Anaheim, CA 92805
Hours: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday

South County Branch Office
24031 El Toro Road
Suite 150
Laguna Hills, CA 92653
Hours: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday

Where and How to Find Tustin City Birth Records

Tustin birth records are available at the Orange County Clerk-Recorder’s Office. The office offers informational certified copies to all interested persons and certified copies to certain authorized persons, including:

  • The registrant
  • The registrant’s parent, sibling, grandparent, child, grandchild, spouse, legal representative, legal guardian, or domestic partner
  • A law enforcement agency or a requester acting on behalf of a governmental agency as provided by law if performing official business
  • A licensed adoption agency as provided by law

Persons unauthorized to receive certified copies should note that informational certified copies are visibly marked and are not sufficient to establish identity. Each Tustin birth certificate costs $28, payable by check, money order, debit card, credit card, or cash. All checks and money orders should be made out to “OC Clerk-Recorder”. While requests may be submitted in person or via mail, cash payments are only acceptable for in-person applications.

Interested persons should submit a completed Vital Records Request Form.

Requests should be submitted as follows:

Mail Submissions
OC Clerk-Recorder
Attention: Vital Records
P.O. Box 238
Santa Ana, CA 92702

In-Person Submissions
Central Office
601 N. Ross St
Santa Ana, CA 92701
Hours: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday

North County Branch Office
222 S. Harbor Boulevard
Suite 110A
Anaheim, CA 92805
Hours: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday

South County Branch Office
24031 El Toro Road
Suite 150
Laguna Hills, CA 92653
Hours: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday

Where and How to Find Tustin City Death Records

Residents may obtain Tustin death records from the Orange County Clerk-Recorder’s Office. The office entertains requests for certified copies from certain authorized persons, including:

  • The decedent’s siblings, parents, grandparents, children, grandchildren, spouse, or domestic partner
  • An attorney representing the decedent or the decedent’s estate
  • An agency or person acting under statute or appointed by a court to act on behalf of the registrant or the registrant’s estate
  • A funeral director requesting certified copies as provided by law
  • A surviving next of kin as provided by law

Other persons may receive copies clearly marked as informational. All interested persons may request by mail and in person. Each mail and in-person request requires a completed Vital Records Request Form with the decedent’s full name, city of birth, and date of death. Tustin death certificates cost $21 per copy. Requesters may pay via cash, check, money order, debit card, or credit card. Mail requesters should not send cash. All requests should be submitted to the following addresses:

Mail Submissions
OC Clerk-Recorder
Attention: Vital Records
P.O. Box 238
Santa Ana, CA 92702

In-Person Submissions
Central Office
601 N. Ross St
Santa Ana, CA 92701
Hours: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday

North County Branch Office
222 S. Harbor Boulevard
Suite 110A
Anaheim, CA 92805
Hours: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday

South County Branch Office
24031 El Toro Road
Suite 150
Laguna Hills, CA 92653
Hours: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday