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Redlands Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Redlands Public Records?

Redlands public records refer to any writing produced, gathered, maintained, or used by any state or local agency that contains information relating to government businesses. According to the California Public Records Act (CPRA), writing may be in the form of printing, photocopying, handwriting, photostatting, typewriting, photographing, or other means capable of recording information. In addition, Redlands public records are not limited to any physical form or characteristics and may include books, tapes, maps, pictures, sound recordings, words, letters, symbols, films, graphs, and more.

However, public agencies may choose to restrict certain documents from the public as permitted under the California Public Records Act. Most times, some parts or the whole record are restricted or redacted due to the sensitive information it contains. A Redlands public record may be exempt due to some of the following reasons:

  • The document contains details of an ongoing investigation such as the identity of a crime victim or witness.
  • The document reveals a person’s unique identifier such as social security number, driver’s license number, and more.
  • The document contains the building plans or other architectural information about government-owned facilities.
  • The information contains juvenile court proceedings or other sensitive information.
  • The document contains findings or knowledge acquired due to attorney-client privilege.
  • The document contains recordings of government personnel’s private lives.
  • The document is protected by state or federal statutes.
  • The information contains recordings that may jeopardize the safety of everyone involved.

In addition to government agencies, public city records may also be accessible from third-party websites. Record seekers may either opt to use these non-governmental platforms to search for a specific record or multiple city records. However, users will need to provide enough information to assist with the search such as:

  • The address of the requestor
  • A case number or file number (if known)
  • The location of the document or person involved
  • The name of the subject involved in the record (not juvenile)
  • The last known or current address of the registrant

Third-party sites are not sponsored by government agencies. Because of this, record availability and results may vary.

Redlands Crime Statistics

The Redlands Police Department maintains all crime statistics that occur within its jurisdiction. The department is also responsible for collating the crime statistics published in the annual Uniform Crime Report (UCR) program of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). According to the City of Redlands crime statistics report for 2019, the city recorded a total number of 2,385 crimes. The report covers one murder and nonnegligent manslaughter case, 40 rape cases, 70 robbery cases, 146 aggravated assault cases, 330 burglary cases, 1,534 larceny-theft cases, 244 motor vehicle theft cases, and 20 arsons.

In comparison to the 2018 crime statistics, Redlands recorded a total number of 2,796 crimes. A further breakdown of the report includes five murder and nonnegligent manslaughter cases, 64 rape cases, 82 robbery cases, 113 aggravated assault cases, 326 burglary cases, 1,842 larceny-theft cases, 323 motor vehicle theft cases, and 41 arsons.

Are Redlands Criminal Records Public?

In compliance with state laws, Redlands criminal records are not open to the general public. Criminal history information compiled and maintained by law enforcement agencies is restricted and only accessible by authorized persons. For instance, authorized employers of labor such as child and elderly care facilities, public utility companies, security organizations, and law enforcement agencies are permitted to access criminal records. In addition, registrants or parties to a criminal case can obtain their criminal records without restrictions. Individuals interested in Redlands criminal records must contact the police department.

Redlands Police Department
1270 W Park Avenue
Redlands, CA 92373
Phone: (909) 798-7681
Fax: (909) 798-7639

How to Obtain Redlands Police Reports and Arrest Records

Requesters can obtain Redlands police reports and arrest records at Redlands Police Department. The police department is responsible for maintaining and issuing copies of all reports and records that occurred in the city. Interested persons must submit a written records request that contains the requester’s contact information, a clear description of the record, and the date of the event. The city of Redlands' police reports and arrest records are obtainable in person, by mail, online, or by email.

Requesters who intend to obtain the reports and records in person or by mail can use the following contact details:

In-person Request:
Redlands Police Department
1270 W. Park Avenue
Bldg C
Redlands, CA 92373

Mail Request:
City of Redlands
Office of the City Manager
P.O. Box 3005
Redlands, CA 92373

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Redlands

Interested persons can find Redlands sex offender information by accessing the California Megan’s Law website. The California Department of Justice is responsible for maintaining and providing statewide access to all sex offender information. Requesters who wish to obtain Redlands sex offender information can use the name search or map search option. Some of the information available on the website include the sex offender’s names, alias (if any), physical description, address, booking photograph, and more.

Using the name search, requesters can access sex offender information with the last name and first name. The map search, on the other hand, allows interested persons to conduct location-based searches. Requesters must fill out the sex offender’s street name, suite number, street number, zip code, and radius (measured in miles).

How to Find Redlands Inmate Records

Interested persons can find Redlands inmate records using the inmate locator database provided by the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Office. The Sheriff's Office is responsible for providing public access to inmate records within the county. There are two ways to search inmate records: booking number and name search. With the booking number, requesters must provide an inmate booking number. A booking number consists of ten digits.

However, the name search enables requesters to access Redlands inmate records using the first name, last name, middle name, date of birth, age, and gender. In addition, interested persons can obtain records of inmates that are out of custody.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Redlands Jail?

The San Bernardino County Sheriff Office maintains and operates four detention facilities for Redlands and other cities within its jurisdiction. Families and friends who wish to visit any of the facilities must confirm the inmate’s location. Interested persons are required to schedule a visit at least one day ahead of the visitation. Visitors can call (909) 887-0364 to schedule an appointment at any of the facilities from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Tuesday to Friday. Also, visitors must provide the booking number of an inmate and facility location to aid the appointment process.

Inmates at any of the facilities are allowed two visits per week (one hour combined). Only two visitors are allowed per visit. The visitors may include two adults or one adult and a minor. Visitors must arrive at the facility 30 minutes before the scheduled time. Also, individuals visiting the facilities must present valid photo identification (government-issued). The facilities are open to visitors from 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Wednesday to Saturday.

Central Detention Center
630 E. Rialto Avenue
San Bernardino, CA 92415
Phone: (909) 386-0969

Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center
18000 W. End of Institution Road
Devore, CA 92407
Phone: (909) 473-3689

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

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

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What are Redlands Vital Records?

Redlands vital records are documents generated and maintained by government agencies about all the life events that occurred within the city. Redlands' vital records may include birth records, death records, marriage records, and divorce records as established by the California Public Records Act, vital records. Individuals interested in Redlands vital records must submit a record request and provide the appropriate fees to the records custodian. The Superior Court Family Law Division and the Recorder-Clerk Office are responsible for issuing copies of Redlands vital records. However, some vital records are confidential and only accessible by authorized or eligible persons.

Where and How to Obtain Redlands Divorce Records

Individuals interested in Redlands divorce records can obtain them at the Family Law Division of the San Bernardino County Superior Court. The Family Law Division is responsible for keeping and issuing copies of all divorce records in the county. Requesters who intend to obtain Redlands divorce records must provide relevant information to aid the search. Examples of such information include the names of parties involved, the date of the event, the city, and more. Also, requesters may choose to obtain the divorce records in person or via mail. Interested persons should contact the courthouse:

Superior Court of California
County of San Bernardino
San Bernardino District –
Attn: Family Law
351 North Arrowhead Avenue
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0245
Phone: (909) 521-3136
Fax: (909) 521-3128

Where and How to Get Public Redlands Marriage Records

Requesters can get copies of Redlands marriage records at the San Bernardino County Recorder-Clerk Office. The Recorder-Clerk maintains and issues copies of all marriage records that occurred within the county. There are two types of marriage records available, a certified and informational copy. A certified copy of marriage records is accessible to parties involved in the marriage, while an informational copy is obtainable by anyone. Interested individuals can access or obtain copies of Redlands marriage records in person, via mail, or online. A copy of a marriage record costs $15.

Requesters who wish to obtain Redlands marriage records by mail must submit a complete notarized marriage records request application. Note, the mail requests option takes up to four to six weeks long. On the other hand, the Recorder-Clerk Office provides a portal that enables interested persons to obtain marriage records online. Typically, online requests take up to three to four weeks to process.

Requesters who wish to obtain Redlands marriage records in person must visit the Recorder-Clerk office location. Such persons must complete a marriage record request application and book an appointment before a visit. The Recorder-Clerk office allows the booking of appointments via (909) 387-8306.

Hall of Records
222 W. Hospitality Lane
1st Floor
San Bernardino, CA 92415
Phone: (909) 387-8306
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Where and How to Find Redlands Birth Records

Redlands birth records are available to interested persons at the San Bernardino County Recorder-Clerk Office. Requesters can obtain Redlands birth records in person, by mail, online. Note, the Recorder-Clerk Office provides access to both certified and informational copies of birth records. The certified copy is obtainable by authorized individuals, while the general public can obtain informational copies. According to state laws, an authorized person may include the registrant, spouse of the registrant, parent, legal representative, legal guardian, sibling, child, law enforcement agent, or anyone with a tangible interest.

The Recorder-Clerk Office charges $28 for each birth record. Aside from presenting valid photo identification, individuals interested in Redlands birth records must provide relevant information about the document. Examples of the required information may include the name of the registrant, the event’s year, and more. Also, requesters who intend to obtain birth records via mail must complete and submit a notarized birth record request application. Generally, the processing time for mail requests is four to six weeks. However, the Recorder-Clerk’s Office provides an online portal for requesters to obtain their copies. Note, online requests take up to three to four weeks.

For in-person requests, interested individuals must complete a birth record request application and book an appointment. Requesters can schedule an appointment at the Recorder-Clerk Office by calling (909) 387-8306.

Hall of Records
222 W. Hospitality Lane
1st Floor
San Bernardino, CA 92415
Phone: (909) 387-8306
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m

Where and How to Find Redlands Death Records

The San Bernardino County Recorder-Clerk Office is responsible for keeping and issuing copies of all death records that occurred within its jurisdiction. Individuals interested in Redlands death records can obtain a certified or informational copy depending on their eligibility status. According to state laws, only authorized persons can obtain certified copies of death records, while anyone can obtain informational copies. Examples of authorized persons include the registrant, parent, legal guardian, law enforcement agent or agency, child, sibling, grandparent, legal representative, and more.

The Recorder-Clerk Office allows requesters to obtain Redland death records in person, via mail, or online. Redland’s death record costs $21 per copy. Interested individuals who intend to access a death record must provide a detailed description of the document and present valid photo identification. Online requests attract additional fees aside from the record fee and may take three to four weeks of processing time. On the other hand, mail requesters must submit a notarized and completed death records request application. Typically, the processing time for mail requests is four to six weeks.

Interested individuals can obtain Redlands death records in person by submitting a complete death record request application. Note, in-person requests are by appointment only. Requesters must call (909) 387-8306 to schedule an appointment.

Hall of Records
222 W. Hospitality Lane
1st Floor
San Bernardino, CA 92415
Phone: (909) 387-8306
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.