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Rancho Cucamonga Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Rancho Cucamonga Public Records?

Rancho Cucamonga public records include all forms of information relating to the conduct of public business, which is stored, prepared, owned, used, or retained by a state or local agency irrespective of whatever form this information may take. Public records would include records of land transactions, court cases, and birth records among others.

Rancho Cucamonga Crime Statistics

The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department produces an annual report on crimes that occur within the different cities and towns under its control inclusive of Rancho Cucamonga. In 2019 the city had 4 murders, 39 incidences of rape, 108 robberies, 349 incidences of aggravated assault, and 583 incidences of simple assault. There were also 590 burglaries, 2560 larcenies, 12 arsons, and 308 grand theft auto incidents. In total, the city experienced 1083 violent crimes and 3458 property crimes in 2019 this translates to a 29%increase in violent crimes and a 10% decrease in property crimes in comparison with 2018.

Are Rancho Cucamonga Criminal Records Public?

Criminal records in Rancho Cucamonga are open to the public for access. The Rancho Cucamonga Police Department maintains records on arrests, incident reports, and other police-related activities and documents.

How to Obtain Rancho Cucamonga Police Reports and Arrest Records?

To obtain police reports and arrest records, an interested party will need to visit the police department records division on weekdays between 8 a.m. and 4 45 p.m.at

10510 Civic Center Drive
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
United States

Interested parties are advised to download the request for information form prior to visitation to ensure the process is quick and seamless. Contact the police department on (909) 477-2800 to find out if a report is available to the public prior to visiting. The police department will charge a fee of $0.25 per page for members of the public and a $5 fee per report for attorneys and insurance companies. Note that requesters must present a valid photo ID when visiting the station

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Rancho Cucamonga

Information on registered sex offenders within Rancho Cucamonga may be accessed through California’s Megan’s Law Website. The website provides access to information on sexual offenders who are mandated by state law to register. Certain sex offender information may be protected under state law and as such, they are exempt from the information provided on the website. If members of the public may contact the California Sex Offender Registry for more information, complaints, questions, or otherwise on MegansLaw@doj.ca.gov.

How to Find Rancho Cucamonga Inmate Records

The San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department maintains records on inmates in Rancho Cucamonga’s local jails. Interested parties may search for inmates in the local jail using the county’s inmate locator. Searches may be conducted using the inmate’s 10- digit booking number. A search may also be filtered by providing the following:

  • The last name
  • First name
  • Date of Birth or
  • Gender

Where the date of birth is unknown, an approximate age may be provided. The resulting search will provide inmates within the age range given including two years before and two years after.

The department also provides a regularly updated custody list where out of custody inmates may also be found.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Rancho Cucamonga Jail?

The San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department maintains the West Valley Correctional Facility located at

9500 Etiwanda Ave
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739

Inmates may receive visitors at the facility on Tuesdays to Saturdays between 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Visitors must book an appointment before a visit by calling the facility on (909) 708-8371 Bookings must be done using the inmate booking number.

Note that visitors must arrive at least 30 minutes to the scheduled visitation time and provide a valid photo ID.

Court Records

Rancho Cucamonga’s judicial system comprises the Superior Court of California for San Bernardino County, Rancho Cucamonga District with different divisions such as the Rancho Cucamonga Misdemeanor and Felony Court.

Locations of Courts in Rancho Cucamonga

Superior Court of California
County of San Bernardino
Rancho Cucamonga District
8303 Haven Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
(909) 350-9764

Are Rancho Cucamonga Court Records Public?

California’s Public Records Act grants the public general access to court records with the exception of records that have been restricted by federal law, state law, or the courts. The public is however given access to records ranging from dockets to civil and criminal case records.

How to Obtain Rancho Cucamonga Civil Court Case Records

The court in Rancho Cucamonga only hears misdemeanors and felony cases. Civil cases will have to be filed at the Fontana District Court. Access to civil case records in any of the Superior Courts in San Bernardino may be gotten using the County’s Open access portal. Interested parties may conduct four types of searches

  • Case number search
  • Calendar search
  • Name search
  • Master name search

In the alternative, an interested party may visit the court clerk at the court premises on weekdays between 8 00 a.m. and 4 00 p.m. to request any records needed.

How to Obtain Rancho Cucamonga Criminal Court Records

Records of criminal court proceedings in the Rancho Cucamonga district may be obtained by visiting the court premises on weekdays between 8 00 a.m. to 4 00 p.m. alternatively interested parties may contact the criminal division of the Superior Court at Criminal (909) 350-9764 Parties may also utilize the San Bernardino County Online Portal. Interested parties may conduct a Smart Search or a Hearings Search. Smart Searches require the record number or the full name of an interested party. Hearing searches would require the provision of a location and customization of the search using

  • Case number
  • Party name
  • Business name
  • Attorney name
  • Attorney Bar number
  • Judicial officer
  • Courtroom
Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

What are Rancho Cucamonga Vital Records?

Vital records in Rancho Cucamonga include birth records, death records, marriage records, and registered domestic partnerships within the state. Vital records are maintained at the state and county level depending on the record in question.

Where and How to Obtain Rancho Cucamonga Divorce Records

An interested party may obtain a divorce decree in Rancho Cucamonga by visiting the court where the decree was granted. Interested parties may visit the Family Court Division in person or contact the clerk of court by mail. Mail requests may be sent to

Superior Court of California
County of San Bernardino (San Bernardino District)
Attn: Family Law Clerk’s Office
351 N. Arrowhead Ave

Requests for records may attract a fee and such requests must include the name of the requesters, the name of the parties involved, and the date of the decree.

Parties may access records of divorces that occurred between 1962 to June 1984 via the California Department of Public Health. Records within this time frame may be obtained through the mail or in-person requests. If the record is available, the state department will issue a certificate that evidences the filing date, parties to the divorce, the county where the divorce occurred, and the court case number. A completed application form and a money order or check of $14 dollars should be sent to

California Department of Public Health
Vital Records – MS 5103
P.O. Box 997410
Sacramento, CA 95899-7410

OR

California Department of Public Health
Vital Records – MS 5103
1501 Capitol Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95814

Where and How to Get Public Rancho Cucamonga Marriage Records

An individual may obtain a public marriage record in Rancho Cucamonga from the California Department of Public Health (CDPH). The CDPH provides access to marriage records that occurred between 1905 to 2000 and 2008 till the present. Interested parties may obtain an informational copy or an authorized certified copy. Only the individuals whose names appear on the record parents of the individual or certain other persons permitted by law may access authorized copies. Parties may request such records online or via mail. Online records should be accessed through the CDPH website. For mail-in requests, a completed application form must be attached to a check or money order of $15 for the record. For authorized copies, the application form must be notarized. Mail requests should be sent to

California Department of Public Health
Vital Records – MS 5103
P.O. Box 997410
Sacramento, CA 95899-7410

OR

California Department of Public Health
Vital Records – MS 5103
1501 Capitol Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95814

Marriage records may also be obtained from the San Bernardino County Recorder, in person, or by mail. In-person requests must be by appointment only at:

222 W. Hospitality Lane,
San Bernardino, CA 92415

Parties are required to submit a completed application form which is to be submitted online. Interested parties may also submit an application by mail by sending a notarized application form to the county recorder’s address above.

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Rancho Cucamonga

Confidential marriage records in Rancho Cucamonga can only be obtained from the county clerk where the marriage was entered into. Only the two parties involved in the marriage or a person designated by a court may access copies of the record.

Where and How to Find Rancho Cucamonga Birth Records

Birth records in Rancho Cucamonga may be obtained at the CDPH or the San Bernardino County Recorder’s office. Rancho Cucamonga birth records may be obtained online or by mail from the CPDH. MAil requests should be made by sending in a notarized application form alongside a money order or check for the sum of $25 to

California Department of Public Health
Vital Records – MS 5103
P.O. Box 997410
Sacramento, CA 95899-7410

Records may also be gotten from the San Bernardino County Recorder at a $28 fee. Parties may make requests and access records in person or by mail. In-person requests must be by appointment. After successfully completing an online application, parties should call (855) 732-2575 to book an appointment. Alternatively, an application may be submitted by mail after completing the online form to

222 W Hospitality Lane
1st Floor
San Bernardino, CA 92415

Note that parties may have access to either informational copies or authorized certified copies of a record. All members of the public may have access to informational copies but access to certified copies are restricted to

  • Registrant
  • Parents of the Registrant
  • Legal guardian
  • Siblings
  • Grandchild
  • Spouse
  • Domestic Partner
  • A party entitled to receive the record due to court order
  • Law enforcement agency in the conduct of official business
  • An attorney representing the estate of the registrant or the registrant

Where and How to Find Rancho Cucamonga Death Records

Rancho Cucamonga death records are accessible through two mediums: the San Bernardino County Recorder, and the CPDH.

Death records from CPDH date from 1905 till the present and may be obtained online or by mail. Mail requests should be made by sending in a notarized application form alongside a money order or check for the sum of $21 to

California Department of Public Health
Vital Records – MS 5103
P.O. Box 997410
Sacramento, CA 95899-7410

Records may also be gotten from the San Bernardino County Recorder at a $21 fee. Parties may make requests and access records in person or by mail. In-person requests must be by appointment. After successfully completing an online application, parties should call (855) 732-2575 to book an appointment. Alternatively, an application may be submitted by mail after completing the online form to

222 W Hospitality Lane
1st Floor
San Bernardino, CA 92415

Note that parties may have access to either informational copies or authorized certified copies of a record. All members of the public may have access to informational copies but access to certified copies are restricted to

  • Registrant
  • Parents of the Registrant
  • Legal guardian
  • Siblings
  • Grandchild
  • Spouse
  • Domestic Partner
  • A party entitled to receive the record due to court order
  • Law enforcement agency in the conduct of official business
  • An attorney representing the estate of the registrant or the registrant