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Chino Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Chino Public Records?

The CPRA describes Chino public records as information created, used, received, or maintained by government agencies. Under the CPRA, public records, including physical and digitally stored information, should be made available to requestors. However, some records remain closed to the public. Examples include:

  • Preliminary drafts
  • Sensitive details of active law enforcement investigations
  • Confidential information that could violate a person's right to privacy
  • Intelligence information
  • Certain medical record
  • Records of active court cases if the agency is a party
  • All records exempt by law

Chino City Crime Statistics

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) provides annual crime data and statistics for the city of Chino. In 2019, the FBI reported 329 violent crimes, including 35 rape cases, 96 robberies, 195 aggravated assault incidents, and 3 cases of murder and nonnegligent manslaughter. The report also showed that there were 2,224 property crimes in Chino, including 376 burglary incidents, 199 motor vehicle thefts, 5 arson cases, and 1,649 larceny thefts. In total, there were 2,553 index crimes reported in 2019, a 44.48% increase in crime.

Are Chino City Criminal Records Public?

Chino criminal records are not public records. Under California law, access to criminal history records is restricted to the person named on the record and some employers of labor. For instance, elderly care organizations, law enforcement agencies, and child care institutions may request criminal history information on prospective employees. Crime witnesses and victims may also access records in specific instances.

To obtain criminal records, interested persons should visit the:

Chino Police Department
5450 Guardian Way
Chino, CA 91710
Phone: (909) 334-3000
Fax: (909) 334-3245
Hours: 7:30 am to 5:30 pm, Mondays through Fridays

Alternatively, residents may request Chino criminal records from the California Department of Justice (DOJ) by completing the Live Scan Request (Form BCIA 8016RR), available in English and Spanish. For fingerprinting services, visit the Chino Police Department (CPD) or one of the approved Public Live Scan Sites. Each request costs $25, excluding fingerprinting services. Make payments via checks or money orders made out to the "California Department of Justice." Requestors should send the application, processing fee, and fingerprint card to:

California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Analysis
Record Review & Challenge Section
P.O. Box 16027
Sacramento, CA 95816-0207

How to Obtain Chino Police Reports and Arrest Records

The CPD maintains and issues copies of Chino arrest records and police reports. Access to these records is restricted to:

  • Crime victims
  • Crime victims' authorized representatives with signed waivers
  • Insurance carriers against whom claims have or might be made
  • Persons who suffered property or bodily damage because of a related incident

Note that the CPD does not issue police reports directly to arrested persons or suspects. These persons may only request reports through their legal representatives, as part of the discovery or subpoena process. To obtain a Chino police report, complete the CPD's Report Request form available in English or Spanish. Reports with a maximum of 10 pages are free of charge. Reports with at least 11 pages cost 10 cents per page. Requestors may choose to receive reports at no charge via secure email addresses. However, fees may apply if the report includes photos or videos, or if the report must be provided on physical storage devices. Residents may send the form by email, mail, or in person, using the following details:

Chino Police Department
5450 Guardian Way
Chino, CA 91710
Phone: (909) 334-3001 (Report Request Helpline)
Fax: (909) 334-3245
Email: records@chinopd.org
Hours: 7:30 am to 5:30 pm, Mondays through Fridays

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Chino City

Information on Chino sex offenders is obtainable from the DOJ. Search the California Megan's Law Website using the provided name search by entering the offender's last name and first name. The website also provides a map search where users may enter an address and search radius, and also specify that the results include transient offenders in the area. The database contains each offender's full name, aliases, physical description, photograph, and a last known address.

How to Find Chino City Inmate Records

To find Chino inmate records, requestors may use the inmate locator provided by the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department (SBCSD). Users may find records through a booking number search or name search. The name search requires a full last name, at least two letters of the inmate's first name, and either a date of birth or age. Users may also enter the offender's middle name and specify their gender.

The inmate locator displays a physical description, arrest information, charge details, and current housing information. The SBCSD also publishes daily lists of recently-released inmates.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in the Chino City Jail?

The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department operates four detention facilities, including the following:

Prospective visitors must call (909) 887-0364 to schedule visits to any of the above facilities. Visits are only allowed from Wednesdays through Sundays and should be scheduled one day before the visit. On the approved visitation day, visitors must arrive and check in at least 30 minutes before the scheduled time. Visitors who arrive late may lose their scheduled visits. Convicted felons that have served time in a California state prison are prohibited from entering any of the facilities without the written consent of the facility commander or a designee. Persons that flout this rule will be prosecuted.

Cell phones, tobacco products, and electronic devices are prohibited items. Officers may search visitors, vehicles, and personal belongings to ensure compliance. Children may only visit with accompanying parents or guardians who must be responsible for keeping them in check. Note that officers reserve the right to terminate visits if children become unruly.

Visitors must present valid photo identification from a federal, state, or municipal agency or another country's consulate. Some valid examples include a driver's license, consulate identification card, passport, Department of Defense identification card, US Citizenship and Immigration Services identification card, and a DMV identification card.

All visitors must keep clothing modest. Any visitor in revealing, obscene, offensive or otherwise inappropriate clothing items will be denied entry.

Court Records

The San Bernardino Courts handle matters arising from the City of Chino. Depending on the case type, Chino cases are heard at the following locations:

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

San Bernardino Juvenile Court – Delinquency
900 East Gilbert Street
Building 35
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0942
Phone: (909) 269-8840

San Bernardino Superior Court – Rancho Cucamonga District
8303 Haven Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Phone: (909) 350-9764
TDD/TTY: (909) 285-3520

San Bernardino Superior Court – San Bernardino Child Support Division
655 West Second Street
Second Floor
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0248
Phone: (909) 269-8789
Fax: (909) 269-8502

San Bernardino Superior Court – San Bernardino Civil Division
San Bernardino Justice Center
247 West Third Street
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0215
Phone: (909) 708-8678
Fax: (909) 708-8586

San Bernardino Superior Court – San Bernardino Probate Division
San Bernardino Justice Center
247 West Third Street
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0215
Phone: (909) 521-3388
Fax: (909) 521-3387

San Bernardino Superior Court – Family Law Division
351 North Arrowhead Avenue
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0215 (Zip Code + 4)
Phone: (909) 521-3136
Fax: (909) 521-3128

Are Chino City Court Records Public?

Most Chino court records are considered public information. However, access may be restricted if court records contain sensitive information. Furthermore, sealed or expunged records are not available to the public. Juvenile and adoption court records are also only obtainable by persons with a direct interest in the case, such as the juvenile's parents or legal guardians, attorneys, and other legal representatives.

Can You Look Up a Chino City Court Case Online?

The San Bernardino County Superior Court provides online access to Chino court records. Interested persons may use the court case information page to access records at no charge. However, access to some document images in civil matters cost 50 cents per page. Online case information is available in the following categories:

How to Obtain Chino City Civil Court Case Records

Interested persons may obtain Chino court records from the San Bernardino County Superior Court's Civil Division by sending written applications or visiting in person. Requestors will need to provide details of the desired records, including party names, court dates, charge and offense details, court disposition, and other known details. Residents are advised to first contact the court to confirm availability. After confirmation, requestors may order records by visiting or sending mail requests to:

San Bernardino Superior Court – San Bernardino Civil Division
San Bernardino Justice Center
247 West Third Street
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0215
Phone: (909) 708-8678
Fax: (909) 708-8586

How to Obtain Chino City Criminal Court Case Records

The San Bernardino County Superior Court in the Rancho Cucamonga District handles criminal cases from Chino. Obtaining a Chino criminal court record requires providing the court with a description of the record and including specific case details. Depending on factors such as record type and volume, the court may charge varying fees to provide copies of requested records. Interested requestors may send requests to:

San Bernardino Superior Court – Rancho Cucamonga District
8303 Haven Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Phone: (909) 350-9764
TDD/TTY: (909) 285-3520

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

What are Chino City Vital Records?

Chino vital records are government-generated records of Chino births, deaths, marriages, and divorces. These records are obtainable from the Superior Court's Family Law Division and the Recorder-Clerk's Office. Chino city vital records are considered public. However, the general public cannot access certified copies.

Where and How to Obtain Chino City Divorce Records

Requestors may obtain copies of Chino divorce records from the San Bernardino Superior Court's Family Law Division. Details required to obtain divorce records include both parties' full names and the divorce date. Residents may request Chino divorce decrees by visiting in person or sending written requests to:

San Bernardino Superior Court – Family Law Division
351 North Arrowhead Avenue
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0215 (Zip Code + 4)
Phone: (909) 521-3136
Fax: (909) 521-3128

Where and How to Get Public Chino Marriage Records

Public Chino marriage records are available at the San Bernardino County Recorder-Clerk's Office. Public records are informational copies and cannot be used for official purposes. Residents may request online, by mail, or in person. To request by mail, record seekers must complete the request form in English or Spanish. Each Chino marriage certificate costs $15, payable by check or money order made out to "San Bernardino County Recorder." Residents may obtain public marriage records by contacting the:

San Bernardino County Recorder's Office
222 West Hospitality Lane
San Bernardino, CA 92415

Where and How to Get Confidential Chino Marriage Records

The Recorder-Clerk's Office maintains copies of confidential Chino marriage records. Confidential records are certified copies that are only available to the following persons:

  • The person named on the record
  • An immediate family member, including a parent, grandparent, child, grandchild, spouse, or domestic partner
  • A requestor with a court order granting access
  • A law enforcement or other government officials as part of official business

Eligible persons may send completed English or Spanish request forms to the Recorder-Clerk's Office. Include a $15 check or money order payable to the "San Bernardino County Recorder." The requestor must sign the form, have it notarized, and mail it to the:

San Bernardino County Recorder's Office
222 West Hospitality Lane
San Bernardino, CA 92415

Interested persons may also obtain Chino marriage certificates online or visit the above address for in-person requests.

Where and How to Find Chino City Birth Records

Residents may obtain Chino birth records from the Recorder-Clerk's Office by making mail, in-person, or online requests. While the general public may obtain informational copies, the Recorder-Clerk's Office restricts certified copies to:

  • The subject of the record
  • Immediate family members such as a child, grandchild, spouse, domestic partner, parent, or grandparent
  • Any person with a court order
  • A public officer on official duty

To order by mail, an eligible party must complete the Recorder-Clerk's Office's request form in English or Spanish. Each Chino birth certificate costs $28, payable by check or money order made out to the "San Bernardino County Recorder." Requestors should visit the Recorder-Clerk's Office or send mail requests to the:

San Bernardino County Recorder's Office
222 West Hospitality Lane
San Bernardino, CA 92415

Where and How to Find Chino City Death Records

The San Bernardino County Recorder-Clerk's Office issues copies of Chino death records to interested persons. Persons eligible to receive certified copies include the decedent's immediate family members, a public officer on official duty, a requestor with a court order, and an attorney or representative of the person's estate. Other requestors will receive informational copies.

Chino death certificates cost $21 each, payable by checks or money orders to the "San Bernardino County Recorder." To request by mail, residents must send completed English or Spanish request forms with payment to the:

San Bernardino County Recorder's Office
222 West Hospitality Lane
San Bernardino, CA 92415

Residents may also request online or visit the Recorder-Clerk's Office for walk-in orders.