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Chino Hills Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Chino Hills Public Records?

The CPRA defines Chino Hills public records as any information relating to the conduct of the public’s business prepared, owned, used, or retained by any state or local agency regardless of its physical form or characteristics. The Chino Hills public records can consist of letters, films, sounds, symbols, or any other form in which information is stored. However, not all records are considered public records and are made available for public view. Such records are regarded as exemptions and are often due to the following reasons:

  • Personal information breaches an individual’s privacy
  • Information on an active investigation
  • Information on a case pending investigation
  • Certain medical and financial records
  • Cases involving juveniles

Chino Hills Crime Statistics

The Chino Hills Police Station provides annual crime statistics for the city of Chino Hills. According to the Chino Hills 2019 crime report (page 19), the city recorded a total of 1114 crimes. The breakdown of these crimes includes 10 forcible rapes, 1 criminal homicide, 20 robberies, 55 aggravated assaults, 130 simple assaults, 65 grand theft auto, 606 larceny thefts, 222 burglaries, and 5 arsons. In comparison to 2018, Chino Hills recorded a total crime count of 1353. A further breakdown of these crimes includes 8 forcible rapes, 1 criminal homicide, 17 robberies, 51 aggravated assaults, 193 simple assaults, 90 grand theft auto, 747 larceny thefts, 242 burglaries, and 4 arsons.

Are Chino Hills Criminal Records Public?

According to California Law, Chino Hills criminal records compiled by law enforcement agencies are not public records. Such records are restricted and not available for view to the entire public. Only authorized employers of labor like security guard firms, child or elderly care facilities, public utility companies, and law enforcement agencies can request to view a prospective employee’s criminal records. However, registrants or parties in a criminal case are allowed access to its records.

How to Obtain Chino Hills Police Reports and Arrest Records

The Chino Hills Police Department provides information on police reports and arrests records through the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department (SBCSD). The police records and arrest records are restricted and only accessible by the arrestee, legal representative of the arrestee, or parties involved. Interested persons can make a request either by mail or in person. For in-person requests visit the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Records Division at:

San Bernardino Sheriff Department
655 East Third Street
San Bernardino, CA
Phone: (909) 888-5916

Requestors who want to make their request mail are to mail the address below:

San Bernardino Sheriff Department – Records Division,
P.O. Box 569,
San Bernardino, CA 92402

Requestors can submit their applications, either by mail or in person, between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. This is excluding holidays. A fee charge of $33 is application upon application. Requestors are also to complete the request for information form and provide a valid photo ID when applying. Note that the request form is available in English and Spanish.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Chino Hills

The California Department of Justice through its Megan's Law Website maintains information on Chino Hills sex offenders and other cities in the state. The website provides the following information on registered sex offenders:

  • Names and aliases (if any)
  • Physical Descriptions
  • Address

There are two ways to search for sex offenders on the website: by name search and maps search. With the name search, requesters can use the first name and last name. While the map search option allows the use of address and radius.

How to Find Chino Hills Inmate Records

The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department provides an inmate locator for Chino Hills inmates and other cities in the county. Requestors may find Chino Hills inmate records by searching with a booking number or defendant’s information. Requestors can use the booking number option if they are certain of the 10-digit booking number. However, they can also search using the defendant’s information which includes searching by last name, first name, date of birth, age, and gender.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Chino Hills Jail?

Chino Hills jails are operated by the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department. Visitations are only allowed Wednesday through Saturday, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Visitors are to book an appointment before visiting and must arrive at least 30 minutes before the scheduled time. Visitors who arrive late may lose their scheduled slot.

There are four detention facilities in San Bernardino County: Central Detention Center, Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center, High Desert Detention Center, and West Valley Detention Center. These facilities are located at:

Central Detention Center
630 East Rialto Avenue
San Bernardino, CA 92415
(909) 386-0969

Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center
18000 West End of Institution Road
Devore, CA 92407
(909) 473-3689

High Desert Detention Center
9438 Commerce Way,
Adelanto, CA 92301
(760) 530-9300

West Valley Detention Center
9500 Etiwanda Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739
(909) 350-2476

Note that visitors are to present a valid photo ID when visiting.

Court Records

The California trial court system consists of superior courts, which oversee both criminal and civil cases. Depending on the type of case, Chino Hills court cases are heard in the following locations:

San Bernardino County Superior Court - Barstow District
235 East Mountain View Street,
Barstow, CA 92311

San Bernardino County Superior Court - Big Bear District
477 Summit Boulevard,
Big Bear Lake, CA 92315

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

San Bernardino County Superior Court - Joshua Tree District
6527 White Feather Road,
Joshua Tree, CA 92252

San Bernardino County Superior Court - Needles District
1111 Bailey Avenue,
Needles, CA 92363

San Bernardino County Superior Court - Rancho Cucamonga District
8303 Haven Avenue,
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

San Bernardino County Superior Court - San Bernardino Child Support Division
655 West 2nd Street,
San Bernardino, CA 92415
Phone: (909) 269-8789

San Bernardino County Superior Court - San Bernardino Civil Division
San Bernardino Justice Center
247 West 3rd Street,
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0210 (zip code +4)
Phone: (909) 708-8678

San Bernardino County Superior Court - San Bernardino Criminal Division
351 North Arrowhead Avenue,
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0240 (zip code +4)
Phone: (909) 384-1888

San Bernardino County Superior Court - San Bernardino Family Law Division
Attn: Family Law
351 North Arrowhead Avenue,
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0245 (zip code +4)
Phone: (909) 521-3136

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

San Bernardino County Superior Court - Victorville District
14455 Civic Drive,
Victorville, CA 92392
Phone: (760) 245-6215

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

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

Are Chino Hills Court Records Public?

Most Chino Hills court records are considered public records and available for public view. Residents or interested parties may inspect or obtain copies of such court records upon request. However, certain court records are regarded as confidential and restricted from public view due to the information they contain. Examples of such confidential records may include

  • Cases involving juveniles proceedings
  • Certain divorce records
  • Child adoption and paternity proceedings
  • Violence cases and more.

How to Obtain Chino Hills Civil Court Records

Chino Hills civil court records are available to requestors at the San Bernardino County Superior Court's Civil Division upon request. The civil court records can be obtained in person or by mail. Requestors may search for Chino Hills civil courts records by providing details of the desired records e.g. names of parties involved, court dates, case numbers, charge and offense details, and others. The courthouse charges a $15 search fee and $40 for certified copies. Note that an additional $0.50 applies for each extra page and requestors are to submit a completed request form upon request. Requesters can make a request in person or via mail to the courthouse location:

San Bernardino County Superior Court - San Bernardino Civil Division
San Bernardino Justice Center
247 West 3rd Street,
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0210
Phone: (909) 708-8678

How to Obtain Chino Hills Criminal Court Records

Requestors may obtain Chino Hills criminal court records in person at the San Bernardino County Superior Court in Rancho Cucamonga District. The request can also be done via mail. To obtain criminal court records, requestors are to provide the courthouse with details of the desired cases. Note that the court charges varying fees for different volumes of records. Both in-person or mail requests can be sent to:

San Bernardino County Superior Court - Rancho Cucamonga District
8303 Haven Avenue,
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

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

What are Chino Hills Vital Records?

Chino Hills vital records are any records of life events such as birth records, death records, marriage records, and divorce records generated by the government. Although Chino Hills' vital records are regarded as public records, only the parties involved can access certified copies. These records are available upon request at the Superior Court's Family Law Division and the Recorder-Clerk's Office.

Where and How to Obtain Chino Hills Divorce Records

The San Bernardino County Superior Court’s Family Law Division maintains and issues records for all divorces that occur in the county. Requestors are expected to provide the following details of the divorce, the name of the parties involved, and divorce dates. They may obtain the Chino Hills divorce records via mail or in person at the courthouse located at:

San Bernardino County Superior Court - San Bernardino Family Law Division
Attn: Family Law
351 North Arrowhead Avenue,
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0245
Phone: (909) 521-3136

Where and How to Get Public Chino Hills Marriage Records

The San Bernardino County Record-Clerk’s Office maintains and issues public Chino Hills marriage records to the general public upon request. These requests can either be in person, online or via mail. Requestors will be presented with the informational copy after which they have completed the marriage records request form. A $15 search fee charge applies to marriage record requests. Both in-person and mail requestors can address their request to the court location:

San Bernardino County Assessor-Recorder-Clerk
222 West Hospitality Lane
San Bernardino, CA 92415
Phone: (909) 387-8307

For Chino Hills online marriage record requests, interested parties can access the records via the Recorder-Clerk’s self-service portal.

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Chino Hills

Similar to public marriage records, the San Bernardino County Record-Clerk office processes all confidential marriage records in Chino Hills. As the name suggests, this type of marriage record is only obtainable by authorized persons. Note that authorized persons are eligible for certified copies and include the following persons:

  • The person or persons named on the record
  • Member of a law enforcement agency
  • Legal representatives
  • An immediate family member, including a parent, grandparent, child, grandchild, spouse, or domestic partner

Requestors are expected to complete the marriage request forms. And a $15 charge fee is also applicable. The confidential marriage records are available in person or via mail by contacting the:

San Bernardino County Assessor-Recorder-Clerk
222 West Hospitality Lane
San Bernardino, CA 92415
Phone: (909) 387-8307

Where and How to Find Chino Hills Birth Records

Requestors can obtain Chino Hills birth records at the San Bernardino County Recorder-Clerk office. Although the Chino Hills birth records are considered public records, certified copies are only accessible by authorized persons. An authorized person includes the following persons:

  • The registrant
  • Legal representatives
  • Member of Law enforcement agency
  • An immediate family member, including a parent, grandparents, child, grandchild, sibling, and spouse of the registrant

Requests for Chino Hill birth records can be in the form of in-person, mail, or online requests. A $28 fee charge is payable on request. Also, requestors are to provide a valid photo ID and submit a complete birth certificate request form. Both in-person and mail requesters can visit or send a mail to the Recorder-Clerk’s office:

San Bernardino County Assessor-Recorder-Clerk
222 West Hospitality Lane
San Bernardino, CA 92415
Phone: (909) 387-8307

Where and How to Find Chino Hills Death Records

The San Bernardino County Recorder-Clerk’s office maintains and issues Chino Hills death records. The death records are available in person, via mail, or online. Requestors are expected to pay a $21 charge fee and present a valid photo ID upon request. A complete death certificate request form must also be submitted upon request. Note that non-authorized persons are presented with informational copies while authorized persons have access to the certified copies. Requestors may also choose to make their request via the Recorder-Clerk’s office self-service portal. They can also visit or send a mail to the Recorder-Clerk’s office:

San Bernardino County Assessor-Recorder-Clerk
222 West Hospitality Lane
San Bernardino, CA 92415
Phone: (909) 387-8307