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Indio Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Indio City Public Records?

Indio City complies with the California Public Records Act, which views any information that state or local agencies create or maintain as public property. According to the CPRA, Indio City public records include typewritten and handwritten documents, audio recordings, photographs, maps, and other types of electronically transmitted information. Some Indio City public records do not fall under the CPRA’s jurisdiction and are exempt from public view. These include documents containing:

  • Private individual details, whose disclosure would constitute a privacy breach;
  • Records protected under client-attorney privilege;
  • Records containing information about ongoing law enforcement investigations;
  • Juvenile information
  • Preliminary drafts, notes, or comments
  • Classified data
  • Trade secrets and proprietary innovations
  • Information for citizens and private monetary information.

Indio City Crime Statistics

Law enforcement agencies in Indio City collect crime and arrest data and forward it to the California Criminal Justice Statistics Center. The CJSC makes the data publicly available in its annual report, which it shares with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Based on comparative ratings, Indio City is safer than 19% of America’s cities.

In a 2019 report, the CJSC reported 530 violent crimes among Indio City’s 92,803 people. Further analysis revealed one murder, 45 rapes, 118 robberies, and 366 cases of aggravated assault. Comparing the violent crime numbers to the population, Indio City residents have a one in 173 chance of being a violent crime victim, while the statewide chances are one in 227. In the same report, Indio City experienced 1,880 property crimes in 2019. There were 304 burglaries, 1,218 cases of larceny-theft, 358 vehicle thefts, and six arson cases. The chance of being a property crime victim in Indio City is one in 49, while the statewide chances are one in 43.

Are Indio City Criminal Records Public?

Per California’s statutes, some Indio City criminal records are partially available for viewing. For instance, a small class of businesses can request the criminal records that Indio City law enforcement agencies create. This small class includes security guard firms, child care centers, law enforcement offices, and public utility organizations. Individuals with arrest or conviction records may also request copies of their Indio City criminal records by contacting the Indio City Police Department. Statewide, the California Department of Justice conducts background checks and makes them available to individuals who wish to confirm their status, law authorization organizations, and employers in the state.

How to Obtain Indio City Police Reports and Arrest Records

The Indio City Police Department’s Records Bureau personnel are responsible for maintaining and releasing the Department’s police records (e.g., recovered vehicle entries, arrest reports, and traffic collision reports). Interested public members may query the Record’s Bureau online and in person.

Online requesters may request public records by filling a non-printable request form. In-person requesters may visit the Department during regular business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Indio City police reports cost $10 each and take ten calendar days to process.

Indio City Police Department
46800 Jackson St.,
Indio, CA 92201
Phone: (760) 391-4057

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Indio City?

Indio City residents with sex offense convictions must register their information with the California Department of Justice. The Department of Justice collects sex offender information across the state and makes it available on its Sex Offender Registry. Individuals interested in obtaining Indio City sex offender information can search the database using the offender’s name, ZIP Code, and city or county listings. The registry provides a detailed profile for each registered sex offender. Researchers can also search specific areas in the state - using the map application - to find any registered offender’s specific location.

How to Find Indio City Inmate Records?

Individuals with convictions in Indio City serve time in the John J. Benoit Detention Center under the Riverside County Sheriff’s purview. The Sheriff’s office keeps a record of all inmates incarcerated in county facilities and makes the log available online. Individuals looking for Indio City inmate records may search the register by name or inmate number. If a record exists, the search page will return the following inmate information:

  • Inmate’s name;
  • Inmate’s identifying features;
  • Arrest date and time;
  • Arrest location;
  • Arresting agency;
  • Current facility;
  • Trial court name and next court date;
  • List of charges.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Indio City Jail?

Individuals with convictions in Indio City serve time in the John J. Benoit Detention Center under the Riverside County Sheriff’s purview. According to its schedule, the Sheriff’s office allows friends and family to visit inmates in the Detention Center. Interested persons must call the prison between 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to schedule a visit at least 24 hours in advance. Each inmate may receive a maximum of two adults and one child visitor for 45 minutes, twice a week.

Adult visitors must present a state-approved photo ID to gain entry to the facility. Parents or legal guardians must accompany minors and present valid birth certificates to identify them. Adult and child visitors alike are subject to a personal search by correctional staff. If a visitor has an outstanding warrant, they may also face arrest by visiting the facility. Visitors may only see the inmate they registered to visit and may not change inmates. The visit is over once the time is up or when the visitor leaves the visitation area. The following are not allowed in the visitation area:

  • Alcohol, cigarettes, marijuana, or other illegal drugs;
  • Food or drink;
  • Knives, guns, crossbows, or other weapons;
  • Tear gas/O.C. dispensers;
  • Cellphones, tablets, cameras, or other electronic devices;

Visitors that bring illegal contraband into the visiting area may get arrested. All visitors must dress comfortably but appropriately. Those who fail to do so may not gain entry to the facility. Visitors may not wear any of the following to the facility:

  • Tight skirts or leggings;
  • Sleeveless or tank tops;
  • Facecaps or sunglasses (unless medically recommended);
  • Open-toe sandals;
  • Sundresses;
  • Clothing that refers to gang affiliation or bears sexual or lewd comments or pictures;
  • Clothing that closely resembles prison or law enforcement uniforms.

Indio City Court Records

The Riverside County legal system is responsible for hearing cases in Indio City. A part of the California Judicial Branch, the Riverside County Superior Court in Indio City’s Larson Justice Center deals with criminal, civil, traffic, and family cases. The court also provides interested persons with copies of Indio City court records upon request, including trial transcripts, oaths, submitted proof, and case documents.

Location of Courts in Indio City

Riverside County Superior Court - Larson Justice Center
46-200 Oasis Street, Indio, CA 92201
Phone: (760) 393-2617
Phone: (951) 222-0384 (Traffic)

Riverside County Superior Court - Indio Juvenile Court
47-671 Oasis Street, Indio, CA 92201
Phone: (760) 393-2617

Are Indio City Court Records Public?

Indio City court records are in the public domain and open to public inspection. According to California Rules of Court, rule 2.400(a), all papers in the court clerk’s file are open to the public/ Further, according to Rule 2.550(a), all Indio City court records are publicly available unless confidential or legally sealed.

The court may seal portions of or whole records - in light of a confidential case. Examples of confidential cases or parts are:

  • Juvenile dependency cases, where the courts separate a child from their parents;
  • Juvenile delinquency, where court attorneys try a child for committing a crime;
  • Fee waiver applications.

Can You Look Up an Indio City Court Case Online?

The Riverside County Superior Court is responsible for providing copies of Indio City court cases. Interested public members can find them on its online services page. Researchers can obtain criminal court records and civil court case records alike. There are fees to search the portal:

  • $1.00 for one name search credit
  • $3.50 for five name search credits
  • $5.00 for ten name search credits
  • $25.00 for 75 names search credits
  • $250 per 30 days of unlimited name search credits

Note that each civil court case search uses two search credits. Researchers may also choose to download and print non-confidential court cases. The fee is $1 per page for the first five pages and $.50 per page for each additional page (per document). The max price per record is $50.

How to Obtain Indio City Civil Court Case Records

The Riverside County Superior Court handles all Indio City civil court cases and manages all records. Individuals interested in obtaining copies of Indio City civil court case records may query the Superior Court online or in person. For online access, interested persons may visit the civil court case records search page and search by the parties’ names. Each name search costs two search credits, and the fee schedule for purchasing credits is as follows:

  • $1.00 for one name search credit
  • $3.50 for five name search credits
  • $5.00 for ten name search credits
  • $25.00 for 75 names search credits
  • $250 per 30 days of unlimited name search credits

Researchers may also choose to download and print non-confidential court cases. For certified copies of Indio City civil court case records, requesters may fill a Request for Certified Copies (RI-MC011) and submit it through eSubmit. The fee is $1 per page for the first five pages and $.50 per page for each additional page (per document). The max price per record is $50.

Interested persons may also query the Indio City Clerk to obtain copies of Indio City civil court case records. The City Clerk accepts written requests for copies of public records. Requesters must specify which documents they wish to review or duplicate, "pursuant to the California Public Records Act, Government Code Sections 6250 – 6257." The fee for copies is ten cents per page.

Indio City Court Clerk
Indio City Hall
100 Civic Center Mall
Indio, CA 92201
Phone: (760) 391-4007
Email: cityclerk@indio.org

How to Obtain Indio City Criminal Court Records

The Riverside County Superior Court tries criminal cases in Indio City, manages criminal court records, and makes them available to the public. Persons who wish to obtain copies of Indio City criminal court records may query the Superior Court online or in person. For online access, interested persons may visit the criminal court records search page and search by the defendant’s name. Each name search costs one search credit, and the fee schedule for purchasing credits is as follows:

  • $1.00 for one name search credit
  • $3.50 for five name search credits
  • $5.00 for ten name search credits
  • $25.00 for 75 names search credits
  • $250 per 30 days of unlimited name search credits

Researchers may also choose to download and print non-confidential court cases. For certified copies of Indio City criminal court records, requesters may fill a Request for Certified Copies (RI-MC011) and submit it through eSubmit. The fee is $1 per page for the first five pages and $.50 per page for each additional page (per document). The max price per record is $50.

Interested persons may also query the Indio City Clerk to obtain copies of Indio City criminal court records. The City Clerk accepts written requests for copies of public records. Requesters must specify which documents they wish to review or duplicate, "pursuant to the California Public Records Act, Government Code Sections 6250 – 6257." The fee for copies is ten cents per page.

Indio City Court Clerk
Indio City Hall
100 Civic Center Mall
Indio, CA 92201
Phone: (760) 391-4007
Email: cityclerk@indio.org

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What are Indio City Vital Records?

Indio City vital records are documents created to hold information about life events among city residents. Examples of life events include births, deaths, divorce, and marriages. Copies of Indio City vital records are available at the county level. The Riverside Superior Court provides copies of Indio City divorce records. The Riverside County Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder, on the other hand, provides copies of marriage certificates, birth certificates, and death records.

Where and How to Obtain Indio City Divorce Records?

The Riverside County Superior Court handles all Indio City divorces and makes copies of divorce records publicly available upon request. Interested persons may obtain Indio City divorce records from the Riverside County Superior Court Clerk’s office in person or by mail. Researchers must know the case number before making a request. They can find this information by searching the court’s civil court case records search page and searching by the divorcees’ names. Each name search costs two search credits, and the fee schedule for purchasing credits is as follows:

  • $1.00 for one name search credit
  • $3.50 for five name search credits
  • $5.00 for ten name search credits
  • $25.00 for 75 names search credits
  • $250 per 30 days of unlimited name search credits

Once the requester knows the case number, they may visit the Clerk’s office in Indio City to request divorce records for $15. If the requester does not know the case number and the Clerk’s staff have to search for the record, the requester will pay an additional $15.

For mail-in requests, applicants must complete a Request for Records Search and Copies form, provide credit card information, and mail the form to the Court. Mail-in requests take seven to fifteen working days to process. Requesters must include a self-addressed, stamped envelope large enough to accommodate the requested documents or additional postage fees.

Where and How to Get Public Indio City Marriage Records?

The Riverside County Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder’s office is responsible for issuing certified copies of Public Indio City marriage certificates to the following eligible persons:

  • The registrant (one of the parties to the marriage);
  • The registrant’s legal representative;
  • The registrant’s immediate family (parent, legal guardian, child, grandparent, grandchild, or sibling);
  • A government agency representative who is conducting official business.
  • Anyone with a court order to receive the record;

Eligible persons may request certified copies of Public Indio City marriage certificates by completing an application for a certified copy or search of a marriage record form, having it notarized, and submitting it to the Assessor’s office in person or by mail. Certified copies of marriage records cost $15 per certificate.

Individuals who are not authorized to receive certified copies may also apply for ordinary copies, which will have “INFORMATIONAL, NOT A VALID DOCUMENT TO ESTABLISH IDENTITY” printed on them.

Riverside County Recorder,
P.O. Box 751,
Riverside, CA 92502-0751

Where and How to Get Confidential Indio City Marriage Records?

The Riverside County Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder’s office administers confidential marriages and issues certified copies of confidential Indio City marriage certificates to the following eligible persons:

  • One of the parties to the confidential marriage;
  • A party who is entitled to receive the record by a court order.

Eligible persons may request certified copies of confidential Indio City marriage certificates by completing an application for a certified copy or search of a marriage record form, having it notarized, and submitting it to the Assessor’s office in person or by mail. Certified copies of marriage records cost $15 per certificate.

Riverside County Recorder,
P.O. Box 751,
Riverside, CA 92502-0751

Where and How to Find Indio City Birth Records?

The Riverside County Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder’s office manages the birth register in Indio City and provides authorized copies of Indio City birth certificates to the following eligible persons:

  • The person listed on the birth record
  • The registrant’s parent or legal guardian (legal guardian must provide documentation);
  • The registrant’s child, grandparent, grandchild, sibling, spouse, or domestic partner;
  • A law enforcement officer or government agent conducting official business;
  • The registrant’s legal representative;
  • Anyone with a legal order to obtain the birth certificate.

Eligible persons may request certified copies of authorized Indio birth certificates by completing an application for a certified copy or search of a birth record form, having it notarized, and submitting it to the Assessor’s office in person or by mail. Certified copies of marriage records cost $25 per certificate.

The public may request informal copies of Indio City birth certificates, which will have “INFORMATIONAL, NOT A VALID DOCUMENT TO ESTABLISH IDENTITY” printed on them.

Riverside County Recorder,
P.O. Box 751,
Riverside, CA 92502-0751

Where and How to Find Indio City Death Records?

The Riverside County Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder’s office is responsible for issuing Indio City death certificates. The office also provides authorized copies to the following eligible persons:

  • The deceased’s parent or legal guardian (legal guardian must provide documentation);
  • The deceased’s child, grandparent, grandchild, sibling, spouse, or domestic partner;
  • A law enforcement representative or government agent conducting official business;
  • The registrant’s legal representative;
  • Anyone with a legal order to obtain the birth certificate.

Eligible persons may request certified copies of authorized Indio death certificates by completing an application for a certified copy or search of a death record form, having it notarized, and submitting it to the Assessor’s office in person or by mail. Certified copies of marriage records cost $21 per certificate.

The public may request informal copies of Indio City death certificates, which will have “INFORMATIONAL, NOT A VALID DOCUMENT TO ESTABLISH IDENTITY” printed on them.

Riverside County Recorder,
P.O. Box 751,
Riverside, CA 92502-0751