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Elk Grove Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Criminal Statistics

The Elk Grove Police Department serves as the main law enforcement agency for the city. It compiles and provides city-wide crime statistics, including crime heat maps and crime rates. Records released for 2017 reveal that the city recorded a total of 2,805 reported crime incidents. Larceny-theft was the most common property crime with 1,668 reports while aggravated-assault was the most common violent crime. Compared to 2016, the city recorded a 27% decrease in total crimes. Violent crimes slid by 8% while property crime dipped by 31%. With an average of 4.45 daily crimes per 100,000 residents, Elk Grove was safer than 43% of the cities in the country.

Criminal Record

The Elk Grove Police Records Bureau is tasked with processing and maintaining police documents and records, including criminal complaints and police reports. It also processes requests for police records, in compliance with the California Public Records Act. Members of the public can request records by completing and submitting a citizen report request, detailing the report number, type of report required, and reason for the request (witnesses, victims, etc). Requests can be submitted at:

Elk Grove Police Records Bureau
8400 Laguna Palms Way,
Elk Grove,
CA 95758, USA

How to Obtain Sex Offender Information

The State of California Department of Justice maintains an online search registry that contains general information on registered sex offenders in Elk Grove and other parts of the state. Interested parties can search through the public record using a first and last name. Searches can also be made by address or zip code. In addition, requesters can specify a search range to reveal sex offenders situated close to their location.

How to Obtain Jail/Inmate Information

The Sacramento County Sheriff maintains records of persons currently held in county-managed correctional inmate facilities. It provides online access to these records via an inmate information page. Members of the public can search for inmates by name or using a known XREF number. Similarly, information on persons held in facilities managed by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) can be obtained by using the department’s inmate locator tool.

Court Records

How to Find Court Records

The city of Elk Grove falls under the jurisdiction of the Sacramento Superior Court. It provides a centralized public case access system for accessing case records. It contains information on probate and civil cases. It also provides information about criminal cases from 1989 to present as well as general information on family law cases. Users can search for cases by case number, filing date, or the names of the parties involved.

The Court charges a public access fee for name searches. Users must first create an account and then purchase their preferred number of name searches. Search fees range from $1.00 for one name search to $2,500 for 365 consecutive days of unlimited searches. Public court records are also available for download. The court charges a $1.00 fee per page (for the first five pages of a document) and $0.40 per page for each subsequent page—up to a maximum of $40.00 per document.

Members of the public can also view files or make in-person requests for copies of criminal records at the Gordon D. Schaber Sacramento County Courthouse. Interested parties must have a case number. Requestors can also obtain copies of criminal records by completing a record request form and mailing with payment to the:

Superior Court of California
County of Sacramento
720 9TH Street, Room 101
Sacramento, CA 95814

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

Vital Records

How to Obtain Divorce Records

Certified copies of divorce decrees issued in Elk Grove are only available at the County’s Superior Court. To request for a divorce record, requestors must have the case number. Individuals who do not have the case number can either search for it directly at the courthouse or pay a fee and conduct an online search using the court’s public case access system. Requests may be made in person or by mail. To obtain a copy of a divorce record by mail, interested parties must send a completed request form to:

Superior Court of California
County of Sacramento
William R. Ridgeway Family Relations Courthouse
3341 Power Inn Road
Sacramento, CA 95826

Requestors must also provide a valid government-issued ID. Accepted photo identification include a driver's license, state issued I.D, voter’s ID, passport, U.S resident’s card, and military ID. The court charges $15.00 for each certified copy of a divorce record and an additional $15.00 search fee if the case number is not provided. Checks and money orders are the only acceptable forms of payments with mail-in requests.

How to Obtain Copies of Birth and Death Records

The Sacramento County Clerk Recorder manages birth and death records for events that occurred from 1850 to present. The office issues two types of certified copies: information and authorized. Authorized copies of birth or death certificates can only be released to the registrant (birth certificate) or individuals who are related to the registrant, such as parents, legal guardians, siblings, children, grandparents or spouses. Authorized copies may also be released to attorney’s representing the registrant or the resistant’s estate.

To obtain a copy of a birth/death certificate in person, visit any of the county’s local offices located at these addresses.

Downtown Sacramento
600 8th Street
Sacramento, CA 95814

County Service Center - East
5229 Hazel Avenue, Suite B
Fair Oaks, CA 95628

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8239 E. Stockton Boulevard, Suite A
Sacramento, CA 95828

To obtain a birth/death certificate by mail, download, print and complete the application form for birth record requests or death record requests. Mailed requests should be sent to:

Sacramento County Clerk/Recorder
P.O. Box 839 Sacramento
CA 95812-0839

The County charges $28.00 per copy for birth certificates and $21.00 for death certificates. Acceptable forms of payment for in-person requests include cash, check, money order, credit card, and debit cards. Requests made by mail may be paid by check or money order made payable to the “Sacramento County Clerk/Recorder.”