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Rocklin Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Rocklin City Public Records?

The California Public Record Act defines public records as information created, used, maintained, and stored by government agencies while performing official government business in the city. Public records are not hindered by form or method of storage. They also appear in different formats, including typed and written documents and papers, computerized data, paper copies, maps, pictures, texts, audio, and video recordings.

Some public records may be restricted from public view or have bits redacted if sealed by a court or made exempt by statute. Examples of documents and information that are exempt under the public record act include:

  • Any information or records whose disclosure is exempted by federal or state laws
  • Medical records and other similar personal file disclosure of which would compose a clearly unwarranted invasion of privacy
  • Test questions, scoring keys, and other examination materials that are used to conduct employment, licensing, or academic tests. These records are made exempt if the tests are going to be conducted repeatedly.
  • Records concerning any litigation that city or its agencies are parties to until the cases or claims have been settled
  • All records and information that is covered by the attorney-client privilege

Alongside official sources, public county records may also be accessible from third-party websites. Record seekers may 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.

Note: Government agencies do not sponsor third-party sites. Because of this, record availability and results may vary.

Rocklin City Crime Statistics

The Rocklin Police Department (RPD) is responsible for gathering and compiling the annual crime statistics for the city. This annual report is usually forwarded to the FBI and added to their Uniform Crime Reporting(UCR) database, which contains nationwide crime statistics. According to the Rocklin Police Department 2020 Annual Report, between 2020 and 2019, arson cases fell by 33%, while assault cases showed no change. In contrast, cases of rape, robbery, burglary, larceny, and vehicle theft rose by 5%, 15%, 5%,16%, and 38%, respectively. Overall violent crime and property crime increased by 6% and 19%, respectively.

Are Rocklin City's Criminal Records Public?

According to the California Public Record Act, not every criminal record is considered public. Some may be exempt by law or sealed by a court order. Individuals may request a criminal history or background check on themselves from the California Department of Justice, Bureau of Criminal Identification and Analysis. A criminal record check can be requested from the agency by paying the appropriate fees and submitting a set of fingerprint images. Requesters may obtain fingerprint images by visiting any of the public livescan center locations or filling and submitting the livescan form during their request. The application should be made in person at or mailed to:

California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Analysis
Record Review & Challenge Section
P.O. Box 160207
Sacramento, CA 95816-0207

The processing fee for the request is $25 per request minus fingerprinting costs. Requests are usually entirely processed in 2 to 3 business days, but timing may increase to 2 weeks depending on what information is in the record.

The Rocklin Police Department also offers fingerprinting services on Tuesdays and Thursdays at their lobby for individuals who require it. Appointments for livescan fingerprinting are available but not compulsory to obtain the service. For appointments, prices, and further information, residents may call the police department at (916) 625-5405.

How to Obtain Police Reports and Arrest Records

Copies of reports and other law enforcement records from the Rocklin Police Department can be obtained from their Records Unit. Individuals can only request records of incidents that they are directly involved in. The reports can be obtained by filling and submitting the Rocklin Police Department Application for Release of Public Records form. Requesters are required to print out the form, fill it and bring it in person along with valid picture identification to the records unit at:

Rocklin Police Department
Public Records Unit
4080 Rocklin Road
Rocklin, CA 95677

There is no charge for the first 50 pages of a record. But if the report is more than 50 pages long, requesters will be charged a $5 fee. For any questions, residents may contact the records unit by calling (916) 625-5405 or emailing a_policerecords@rocklin.ca.us.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Rocklin City

To find sex offender information for Rocklin City, individuals must visit the Meagan's Law website operated and maintained by California's Department of Justice. This website is California's online sex offender registry and database. The website contains a search page with tools and other resources that allow users to search for sex offenders using a variety of parameters. These include names, addresses, cities, counties, distances, and zip codes.

How to Find Rocklin City Inmate Records

Inmate information and records from inmates arrested in Rocklin City are procured from any of the Placer County Correctional Facilities where they are detained. Placer County Corrections also provides an online In Custody Report, which provides an alphabetical list of all inmates currently housed in their facilities. The inmate records available include names, jail identification, sex, age, current facility, bail status, case number, charges, booking date, court date and location, and release date. Visitors to the Placer Corrections website will also have access to the most recent booking and release report for the jail facilities.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Rocklin City Jail?

Rocklin City Inmates are usually housed in any of the two Jail Facilities Operated by Placer County Corrections and the Sheriff's Office. These jails are:

Auburn Jail
2775 Richardson Drive
Auburn, CA 95603
Phone: (530) 745-8500

The South Placer Jail
11801 Go For Broke Road
Roseville, CA 95678
Phone: (916) 409-8100

Visitation at the jail facilities takes place at the jail visitation centers operated by each of the Jail Facilities. Visitation schedules for each inmate can be found among the other information in the in-custody report available online. Inmates at both facilities are entitled to two 30-minute sessions, and visitors must be checked into the appropriate visitation center 30-45 minutes before their scheduled session time.

The South Placer Jail Facility also offers video visitation for select housing areas in the facility. There is onsite video visitation from the visitation center lobby and remote video visitation from a device at home. Visitors must create an account on the ICsolutions website and use the account to schedule all video visits at least 24 hours in advance. Onsite video visitation is free of charge, while remote video visitation costs $9.99 for a 30-minute session.

Visitors can also call the jails directly using the numbers given above to inquire about visitation times and rules.

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

What are Rocklin City Vital Records?

Rocklin City vital records are the records documenting the life events that have occurred in the city. Maintained by state or local agencies, these records include death certificates, marriage certificates, birth certificates, and divorce decrees. These records can be acquired from their custodians at the Placer County Clerk-Recorder or the Placer County Superior Court.

Where and How to Obtain Rocklin City Divorce Records

Divorce records for Rocklin City can be acquired by record seekers from the Family Court Division of the Placer County Superior Court. Records can be obtained from the family court division by visiting in person or sending in a written request. Any written request must contain sufficient information to identify and find the records being requested. For a divorce record, the relevant information that must be provided are:

  • The full names of the couple noted on the divorce record
  • A case number for the divorce case
  • The date of the divorce
  • The location where the divorce case was heard (city/county)

Any record requests submitted to the court by mail should also include the fees and a self-addressed and stamped envelope to return the record. Requests can also be made by filling and submitting the records and copy request form and mailing it to the superior court at:

The Superior Court-County of Placer
10820 Justice Center Drive
P.O. Box 619072
Roseville, CA 95661-9072

Or

The Superior Court -County of Placer
2501 N. Lake Blvd.
P.O. Box 5669
Tahoe City, CA 96145

If the requester cannot provide enough information to locate the record and a staff search takes longer than 10 minutes, a search fee is charged. The search fee is the sum of $15 in addition to any fees for the copies of the record. Certified copies of divorce records ordered by individuals cost $0.50 per page plus a certification fee of $15 per copy. Payment is accepted in a check made payable to the placer county superior court. Requesters using the form can indicate that they should be contacted when the records are ready for an in-person pickup. Otherwise, requests will be processed and returned by mail within 3 weeks of receiving the request.

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Rocklin City

Confidential marriage records for Rocklin City can be obtained from the Placer County Clerk-Recorder's Office. Confidential marriage records can only be obtained by individuals authorized to request and copy the record. These persons are:

  • Either party to the confidential marriage
  • Any individual authorized to receive the record by a court order. A certified copy of the court order must be added to the record request.

Record seekers are required to download and fill out the Application for a Certified Copy Marriage Record. The confidential record section must be filled, and the record returned to the Clerk-Recorder's office by mail, fax, or in person. Mailed requests can be made by sending the completed form, the correct fees, and a copy of valid picture identification to:

Placer County Clerk-Recorder,
2954 Richardson Drive,
Auburn, CA 95603

Requests sent in by mail must also include a self-addressed and stamped envelope for returning the record. The form and copy of identification can also be faxed to the office at (530) 886-5687. In-person requests can be made by submitting the completed form at the Clerk-Recorder's office, showing identification, and paying the correct fees.

Certified copies of the confidential marriage records cost a nonrefundable search fee of $22 per copy. Fees for mailed requests must be in the form of a personal check, cashier's check, certified check, traveler's check, or money order. All checks and money orders must be made payable to the Placer County Clerk-Recorder. Cash and card payments are accepted during in-person requests, and credit card payments are required for all faxed requests. If the record cannot be found, the search fee will be kept, and the requester will be issued a certificate of no record.

Where and How to Get Public Rocklin City Marriage Records

Public or non-confidential marriage records for Rocklin City will also be issued by the Placer County Clerk-Recorder. Requesters may be issued one of two types of public marriage records depending on if they are authorized according to the law. Authorized requesters can receive a certified authorized copy of the marriage record. Unauthorized requesters will receive a certified informational copy of the marriage record. Informational copies of the record look and cost the same but are marked “informational, not a valid document to establish identity”. Authorized persons who may request and copy the certified public marriage record are as follows:

  • The registrants (either of the parties to the marriage named on the certificate)
  • The parent, legal guardian, child, grandparent, grandchild, sibling, spouse, or domestic partner of the registrants
  • A party entitled to receive the record as a result of a court order (part must include a certified copy of the court order with this request)
  • A member of a law enforcement agency or a representative of another governmental agency, who is conducting official business as provided by law.
  • An attorney representing the registrant, their estate, or any person or agency empowered by statute or appointed by a court to act on behalf of the registrant or the registrant's estate (must provide supporting documentation to show)

A certified copy of the public marriage record can be acquired from the Clerk-Recorder's office in person, by mail, or by fax. Requesters must complete the public marriage certificate section of the application for a marriage record form and submit it using their method of choice.

Applications can be hand-delivered in person at the Clerk-Recorder's office located at:

Placer County Clerk-Recorder,
2954 Richardson Drive,
Auburn CA 95603

Requesters will be required to show valid identification and pay any required fees while at the office. a mailed requester will be required to fill out the form and mail it to the above address. A request by mail should also include the fees, a copy of the requester's identification, and a self-addressed and stamped envelope for returning the records if available. Faxed requests are performed by sending the form, a copy of a valid ID, and credit card details for payment purposes to the clerk-recorder at (530) 886-5687. If requesting a certified authorized copy, the form must be notarized by a notary public using the sworn statement and certificate of acknowledgment attached to it.

Public marriage certificates from the Clerk-record cost $17 per copy, if the record is not found, the fee is kept as a search fee. If the record is unavailable, the requester will be issued a certificate of no record. Payments can be made as checks or money orders made payable to the Placer County Clerk-Recorder. Faxed requests must include credit card details for payment.

For any assistance or questions about orders, residents may call the office at (530) 886-5600.

Where and How to Find Rocklin City Birth Records

Rocklin City birth records can be ordered from the Placer County Clerk-Recorder's Office. According to the California Health and Safety Code, birth records are restricted records. Certified copies can only be issued to the following individuals authorized by law:

  • The registrant who is named on the record
  • Parents or legal guardians of the registrant
  • The immediate family of the registrant namely the spouse or domestic partner, children, siblings, grandparents, and grandchildren.
  • A party that is entitled to receive the record because of a court order.
  • An attorney or licensed adoption agency seeking the birth record to comply with requirements of the family code.
  • A member of a law enforcement agency or a representative of another governmental agency, as provided by law, who is conducting official business

Any record seekers not listed above cannot order a certified authorized copy and will receive a certified informational copy instead. These informational copies cost the same and have the same information but are marked as informational and cannot be used for any legal purposes. This includes applying for a driver's license, a social security card, or any other service requiring establishing an individual's identity.

Obtaining Copies of Rocklin City Birth Certificates

Both types of birth records can be obtained from the Clerk-Recorder's office in person, by mail, and by fax. Applicants are required to fill out the application for a birth certificate properly and submit it to the Clerk-Recorder's office using their preferred method. To receive a certified authorized copy of the record, the applicant must indicate their relation to the registrant and fill out the attached sworn statement. The form must then be notarized by a notary public, if it is not notarized the applicant will receive an informational copy. In-person and mail orders can be hand-delivered or mailed to the Clerk-Recorder at:

Placer County Clerk-Recorder
2954 Richardson Drive
Auburn, CA 95603

To make a request in person the applicant is required to show valid government-issued identifications and pay the fees as they submit the form. Mailed requests must include the appropriate fees, and a self-addressed and stamped envelope to return the record. The form and a copy of valid picture identification also be faxed to the Clerk-Recorder's office.

Birth certificates from the Placer County Clerk-Recorder cost $32 per copy if the record is on file. If the record is not found the fee is kept as a search fee and the requester is issued a certificate of no record. Payment is accepted in checks and money orders made payable to the Placer County Clerk-Recorder, cash is also accepted during in-person requests. Requesters must fax card payment details along with their forms to process payments for faxed requests. A card processing fee of 2.25% will be added to all credit card payments.

Where and How to Find Rocklin City Death Records

Records for any deaths that occurred in Rocklin City can be acquired from the Placer County Clerk-Recorder. Under California's Health and Safety Code death records are restricted records and are only issued to authorized persons. The Health and Safety Code defines these authorized persons as the following:

  • The parents or legal guardians of the deceased.
  • A child, grandparent, grandchild, sibling, spouse, or domestic partner of the deceased
  • A member of a law enforcement agency or a representative of another governmental agency, as provided by law, who is conducting official business
  • A party entitled to receive the record as a result of a court order
  • An attorney representing the registrant or the registrant's estate, or any person or agency empowered by statute or appointed by a court to do so
  • An agent under power of attorney for health care, competent surviving spouse, surviving competent adult child, surviving competent parent, surviving competent adult sibling, surviving competent adult person respectively in the next degrees of kinship, conservator

Individuals requesting death records may receive one of two types of the record, A certified authorized copy, and a certified informational copy. Both forms of the record cost the same and possess the same information but informational copies are marked as information and cannot be used during official tasks. This includes applying for a driver's license or any other tasks that involve establishing an identity.

The death record can be obtained by filling out a copy of the Application For A Death Certificate and submitting it to the Placer County Clerk-Recorder. The request can be submitted by fax, mail, and hand-delivered in person. Mailed and in-person requests can be submitted to the county clerk-recorder at:

Placer County Clerk-Recorder
2954 Richardson Drive
Auburn, CA 95603

Mailed requesters should include the fees in a check or money order, a copy of identification, and a self-addressed and stamped envelope to return the record. Requesters who visit in person must show their identification and pay the fees before the order will be processed.

If the applicant is requesting a certified authorized copy they will be required to fill out the attached sworn statement. If the form is to be submitted by fax or mail the application must be notarized by a notary public using the attached certificate of acknowledgment.

Death records from the Clerk-Record cost $24 per copy and payment is accepted in checks or money orders made payable to the Placer County Clerk-Recorder. Cash may also be accepted during in-person requests and all faxed requests require credit card payments. A credit card payment will incur an additional 2.25% processing fee.