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San Bernardino County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What Are San Bernardino County Arrest Records?

San Bernardino County arrest records comprise information regarding a person’s arrest and the event(s) that led to the arrest. They seldom describe the victim of the offense. Arrest documents are posted online under the Police Department website. The arrest records are organized under the Uniform Crime Statistical Data and done per year. Data that one can get from the arrest log are listed below

  • Details about the arrested person
  • Date of arrest
  • Charges
  • The situation of the victim and the arresting agency

Crime Statistics

Arrest and crime statistics for San Bernardino County are available from the database of the. These records show that there were 24,468 felony arrests and 49,306 misdemeanor arrests in San Bernardino County in 2017. Compared to 2016 figures, the felony arrest rate dropped by 3% while misdemeanor arrests saw a slight 0.6% jump. A closer look at the county’s felony arrests reveals that most of them were due to violent offenses (8,855). Property offenses accounted for 7,424 felony arrests followed by drug and sex offenses with 2,649 and 550 arrests, respectively.

Crime data for San Bernardino County reveal that there were 10,217 violent crimes, 52,007 property crimes, and 410 cases of arson in 2017. These figures indicate that the violent crime rate dropped by 2.4% compared to the previous year. In the same period, the property crime rate dropped by 5.3% while the arson rate went up by 4.6%. A breakdown of violent crimes shows that San Bernardino recorded 128 homicides, 846 rapes, 2,983 robberies, and 6,261 aggravated assaults in 2017. That year, the county also recorded 11,711 burglaries, 10,308 motor vehicle thefts, and 29,988 robberies.

When compared with 2016 crime data, there were fewer incidents of homicide (0.8%), aggravated assault (6.9%), burglary (12.9%), and motor vehicle theft (11.6%) in San Bernardino County in 2017. Rape (20.3%), robbery (2.5%), and larceny (0.5%) rates experienced year-on-year increases.

What Are San Bernardino County Criminal Records?

Criminal records are certain documents that describe the illegal activity of persons within its jurisdiction. Criminal records typically include crime-related information such as arrest data, pending dispositions, and conviction information all gathered from local, county law enforcement departments, and trial and appellate courts. Crime statistics for San Bernardino County are accessible from the database of the California Department of Justice

How Do I Get San Bernardino County Criminal Records?

The County Sheriff's Department in San Bernardino provides an inmate locator medium on its website to assist the public in locating persons booked into the county's cells. Input the inmate's 10-digit booking number into the search tool. The locator further enables users to search by name, gender, and date of birth. The Sheriff's Department webpage uploads a daily list of recently released inmates. Enquirers can download and check these Out of Custody search documents to find newly freed persons.

How to Find San Bernardino County Sex Offender Information

In accordance with Section 290.4 of the California Penal Code, the state’s Department of Justice maintains a database of registered sex offenders available to the public. The Department of Justice makes this database searchable on the California Megan’s Law website. Visitors to the website can find individual sex offenders by name. Alternatively, they can see all registered sex offenders residing in their neighborhoods using the map search tool. To view information about all sex offenders living in San Bernardino County, visit the county search page of the website and choose San Bernardino from the list of California counties.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in San Bernardino County Jail?

Visiting days are between Wednesday to Sunday. Visiting appointments must be made one day before the requested visit. Bringing Cell phones, photographic or recording devices, or tobacco products into the facility is prohibited. All visitors must dress appropriately. Visitors won't be allowed to continue the visit if there is a failure to comply with the dress code. Visitors must come with a valid means of photo identification issued by a state or federal agency. Call the Visiting Center at (909) 887-0364 to schedule a visit.

Where and How to Find San Bernardino County Inmate Information

The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department provides an inmate locator tool on its website to help the public locate persons booked into the county’s jails. Simply input the inmate’s 10-digit booking number into the search tool. The locator also allows users to search by name, gender, and date of birth. The Sheriff’s Department also provides daily lists of recently released inmates on this webpage. Enquirers can download and check these Out of Custody search documents to find newly freed persons.

What Are San Bernardino County Court Records?

California Rules of Court mandate that all court files be accessible to the public unless confidential or sealed by law. The Superior Court Clerk of San Bernardino County is responsible for keeping and providing case records for the county. The public may view and obtain copies of documents used in civil, criminal, small claims, traffic, probate, domestic, and minor offenses. The public can view case records at the court locations where those cases were tried.

Alternatively, they can access these documents on the website of the Superior Court of California, San Bernardino County. The site offers separate portals for civil cases and criminal/traffic court cases. The fee to access case documents is 50 cents per page, up to a maximum of $50 per document.

Location of All Courts in San Bernardino County

The jurisdiction for San Bernardino is known as San Bernardino County Superior Court.

There are 14 Courthouse Locations.

The San Bernardino Court comprises districts, which are slightly different from each other, depending on the type of matter.

Below are the addresses of the courts

Appeals and Appellate Division

Superior Court of California
County of San Bernardino
Appeals and Appellant Division
8303 Haven Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Phone: (909) 384-1888

Barstow District

Barstow District
235 East Mountain View Street
Barstow, CA 92311
Phone: (760) 718-3734

Big Bear District

477 Summit Blvd
Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
Phone: (760) 718-3700

Fontana District

Superior Court of California, County of San Bernardino
Fontana District
17780 Arrow Boulevard
Fontana, CA 92335
Phone: (909) 350-9322

Joshua Tree District

Joshua Tree District
6527 White Feather Road
Joshua Tree, CA 92252
Phone: (760) 974-3047

San Bernardino Juvenile Delinquency

900 East Gilbert Street
Bldg. 35
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0942
Phone: (909) 269-8840

San Bernardino Juvenile Delinquency

860 East Gilbert Street
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0955
Phone: (909) 269-8900

Victorville District

14455 Civic Drive
Civil Department: Suite 100
Criminal Department: Suite 200
Victorville, CA 92392
Phone: (760) 245-6215

Mental Health Court

Arrowhead Regional Medical Center
Behavioral Health Building
400 North Pepper Avenue
Colton, CA 92324-1819
Phone: (909) 498-2296

Needles District

Needles District
1111 Bailey Ave
Needles, CA 92363
Phone: (760) 718-3734

Rancho Cucamonga District

Superior Court of California, County of San Bernardino
Rancho Cucamonga District
8303 Haven Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Phone: (909) 285-3520

Child Support Division of the San Bernardino District

Superior Court of California
County of San Bernardino
Child Support Division
655 West Second St., Second Floor
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0248
Phone: (909) 269-8789

Civil Division of the San Bernardino District

Superior Court of California
County of San Bernardino
San Bernardino District – Civil Division
247 West Third Street
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0210
Phone: (909) 708-8678

Criminal Division of the San Bernardino District

Superior Court of California
County of San Bernardino
San Bernardino District – Criminal Division
247 West Third Street
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0240
Phone: (909) 384-1888

Family Law Division of the San Bernardino District

Superior Court of California
County of San Bernardino
San Bernardino District –
Attn: Family Law
351 North Arrowhead Avenue
San Bernardino CA 92415-zip-code + four
Family Law: 92415-0245
Phone: (909) 521-3136

Probate Division of the San Bernardino District

Superior Court of California
County of San Bernardino
San Bernardino District – Probate Division
247 West Third Street
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0212
Phone: (909) 521-3388

Victorville District

14455 Civic Drive
Civil Department: Suite 100
Criminal Department: Suite 200
Victorville, CA 92392
Phone: (760) 245-6215

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What Are San Bernardino County Vital Records

The Office of the Assessor-Recorder-Clerk of San Bernardino County is responsible for issuing birth, death, and marriage certificates for events occurring in the county. It accepts in-person and mail requests for these vital records. To initiate a request, download and complete the Birth/Death/Marriage Application form on the County Clerk’s website. This application is also available in Spanish. Bring or send the completed document to the main office of the Recorder-Clerk located at:

Hall of Records Building
222 W. Hospitality Lane, 1st Floor
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0022
Phone: (909) 387-8306

The office opens from Monday to Friday between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm. The Clerk charges the public $28 for a birth certificate, $21 for a death certificate, and $15 for a marriage certificate. Government agencies pay $19 for a birth certificate, $21 for a death certificate, and $11 for a marriage certificate.

Where and How to Get San Bernardino County Divorce Records

Some of the essential information needed includes valid ID and payment. Necessary information for divorce record requests include:

  • Full names of the divorce parties before marriage
  • Date of divorce
  • Place of Divorce

Where and How to Get San Bernardino County Marriage Records

The San Bernardino County Recorder-Clerk’s office publishes marriage licenses and conducts marriage ceremonies. For a short period, one can also get a license with ceremony services online. In-person applications are only possible by appointment only at the Hall of Records location at

Hall of Records
222 W. Hospitality Lane
San Bernardino, CA 92415

Copies of marriage certificates are obtainable roughly two weeks after the collection of the original marriage license recorded in the Recorder-County Clerk’s office. Just the individuals to the matrimony may have a verified copy of a private marriage record. The Recorder-County Clerk’s office must obtain a complete application from an approved person signed under punishment of perjury and notarized. The estimated processing time is 4-6 weeks.

For all additional essential records, contact the county where the case is registered or communicate with the California Department of Public Health at (916) 445-2684.

Marriage records demands require the following information;

  • Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and single. (If one or both parties demanding a marriage license are below the age of 18, transfer to Marriage License for Minors.)
  • Complete names of the wedded pair before marriage
  • Marriage date
  • Place of marriage
  • Both applicants must apply together.

Where and How to Get San Bernardino County Birth Records

The Vital Statistics Registration Office (VSRO) is responsible for registering all births and deaths and issuing burial permits in San Bernardino County. The VSRO are located at

Vital Statistics Registration Office (VSRO)
340 N. Mountain View Avenue
San Bernardino, CA 92415.

When requesting a Certified Birth Certificate in person, please bring the completed application. The Sworn Statement must be signed in the presence of the local registrar staff. A notarized sworn statement must accompany requests received by mail. To ascertain eligibility for a certified copy and details about informational texts. Restricted access to birth records include:

  • The record’s subject
  • Parent
  • Legal guardian
  • Spouse
  • Descendants
  • Siblings
  • An authorized representative of an approved individual

Applications for birth documents can be made via mail or in person. The following information is needed to request birth records:

  • Full name of the record’s subject
  • Sex
  • Date of birth
  • County or city of birth
  • Hospital of birth
  • Full names of both parents before their marriage
  • Birth certificate $28

Where and How to Get San Bernardino County Death Records

The Vital Statistics Registration Office (VSRO) is in charge of registering all deaths and issuing burial permits in San Bernardino County. Death records can be requested only by:

  • The parent’s of the deceased person
  • Spouse
  • Descendants
  • A legal representative of family or estate

Individuals interested in obtaining death records will be required to provide the following information:

  • The deceased’s full legal name
  • Date of death
  • Date of birth
  • Age at death
  • County or city of death
  • Sex
  • Social security number
  • Race
  • Name of spouse
  • Names of parents

We are located at:

340 N. Mountain View Avenue
San Bernardino, CA 92415
(909) 381-8990

The VSRO issues death certificates and fetal deaths for events occurring in the last 24 months.

Are Property Records Open to the Public in San Bernardino County?

San Bernardino County property records are public records, pursuant to the California Public Records Act. According to state law, members of the public have the right to inspect and own copies of government-generated information.

Where and How to Find Property Records in San Bernardino County County

The San Bernardino County Registrar/Recorder of Deeds maintains property records. Members of the public can request copies of a property record in person. The Clerk charges $3 for the first page of each record requested, and $1 for each subsequent page. Certificate under seal costs an additional $1 per page. Walk-in requests are strictly by appointment and occur at:

The Hall of Records
222 W. Hospitality Lane
San Bernardino, CA 92415

The requester should call (855) 732-2575 to schedule an appointment. Mail-in request services are also available. Interested parties should download and complete a copy request form and submit it with the appropriate fees. Processing time for mail requests may take up to one or two weeks. For quick shipping, requesters should submit the document using an express service like FedEx and Priority Mail. They will also need to provide a prepaid envelope.

Blythe Office
270 N Broadway
Blythe, CA 92225
Phone: (951) 955-6200

How to Look Up San Bernardino County Property Records

Members of the public may search for San Bernardino County property records online. Payment for online requests is via credit card only. For uncertified copy requests, the office will send an email to the provided email address. The requester should provide a shipping address when requesting a certified copy of a property record. Requesters may also search for property ownership by assessor's parcel number using the Property Information Management System (PIMS). They may also search for documents filed since 1958 using the Recorder's index. The index will not provide the document's full content as this is only viewable by visiting the main office at:

The Hall of Records
222 W. Hospitality Lane
San Bernardino, CA 92415

Location of San Bernardino County Property Assessors

Main Office (For Property Information)
222 W. Hospitality Lane
4th Floor
San Bernardino, CA 92415
Phone: (909) 387-8307
Toll Free: (877) 885-7654
Fax: (909) 382-3297

Main Office (For Business Information)
222 W. Hospitality Lane
4th Floor
San Bernardino, CA 92415
Phone: (909) 382-3220
Fax: (909) 386-8722

Big Bear Lake
477 Summit
P.O. Box 1233
Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
Phone: (909) 866-0165
Fax: (909) 866-0142

Rancho Cucamonga
8575 Haven Avenue
Suite 210
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Fontana District Office
Phone: (909) 948-6488
Ontario District Office
Phone: (909) 948-5088
Fax: (909) 948-5045

San Bernardino
Hall of Records
222 W Hospitality Lane
3rd Floor
San Bernardino, CA 92415
Phone: (909) 386-8870
Fax: (909) 386-8871

Hesperia
15900 Smoke Tree Street
Suite 120
Hesperia, CA 92345
Phone: (760) 995-8030
Fax: (760) 995-8055

Joshua Tree
63665 29 Palms Highway
Joshua Tree, CA 92252
Phone: (760) 366-1420
Fax: (760) 366-1421

Twin Peaks
26010 State Highway 189
P.O. Box 393
Twin Peaks, CA 92391
Phone: (909) 336-0650
Fax: (909) 336-0656