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Rialto Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Rialto Public Records?

According to the California Open Records Act, public records are writings containing information relating to the conduct of the public’s business created or maintained by a government agency. The following are exemptions to public records in California:

  • Personnel and medical records
  • Performance evaluations
  • Investigatory, intelligence, and security records of the Attorneys General
  • Records whose disclosure is exempted or prohibited under state or federal law;
  • Investigatory records for law enforcement, licensing, or correctional purposes;
  • Preliminary drafts, notes, or memoranda not retained in the ordinary course of business;
  • Records relating to pending litigation;
  • Real estate appraisals;
  • Architectural and office building plans;
  • Attorney-client communications and attorney work product;
  • Voter registration information;
  • Mental health detention information;
  • Elder abuse records;
  • Juvenile records;
  • Child abuse reports;
  • Library patron use records;
  • Trade secrets and other proprietary information;
  • Public contracting documents;
  • Utility consumer information.

In addition to official sources, public city records may also be accessible from third-party websites. Record seekers may opt to use these non-governmental platforms to search for a specific document 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

Government agencies do not sponsor third-party sites. Because of this, record availability and results may vary.

Rialto Crime Statistics

Data presented by the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Uniform Crime Report (UCR) provides an overview of crime rates in Rialto for 2019 and 2018. FBI statistics show that in 2019, there were 595 violent crimes in South Bend, representing a slight increase compared to 543 violent crimes in 2018. According to data published in 2019, there were 8 cases of murder and non-negligent manslaughter in Rialto, while there were 5 cases in 2018. The number of rape crime cases in 2019 was 65, while in 2018, 45 rape cases were reported.

Robbery cases in 2019 slightly reduced from the previous year, with a total of 185 reported robberies compared to the 194 cases reported in 2018. Aggravated assault cases were 337 in 2019, while there were 298 cases in 2018. The city recorded 2,179 larceny-theft incidents in 2019 vs. 1850 cases in 2018. Motor vehicle theft cases totaled 567 in 2019, compared to 644 cases in 2018. There were also 16 reports of arson cases in 2019, marking a decrease compared to the 20 reported cases in 2018.

Are Rialto Criminal Records Public?

Access to criminal records varies depending on the requester. Pursuant to the California Public Records Act, interested parties may be able to obtain criminal history records by completing a record request form describing in detail the information requested. The form may be mailed to:

City Clerk’s Office
City of Rialto
150 So. Palm Avenue
Rialto, CA 92376
Phone: (909) 820-2519
cityclerk@rialtoca.gov

How to Obtain Police Reports and Arrests Records

Police reports are available at the Rialto Police Department. Reports may be obtained online or by mail. Individuals may complete the Record Request form and describe in detail the reports being requested. Records may be received by mail, email, or in person. The fee is 25 cents per page. Mail request to:

City Clerk’s Office
City of Rialto
150 So. Palm Ave
Rialto CA. 92376
(909) 820-2519
Cityclerk@rialtoclerk.gov

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Rialto

Sex offender information is available through the California Megan’s Law. Requestors can obtain informatoon using the Sex Offender Name Search tool. Requestors can also perform an Advanced Search to locate offenders within a two-mile radius of their current device location or a particular address.

How to Find Rialto Inmate Records

Inmate records in Rialto are maintained by the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department. Requesters may utilize the Inmate Locator to search for inmates by booking number, name, date of birth. Information about inmates out of custody may be obtained on the website by selecting a date range. For assistance contact:

655 East Third Street
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0061
paffairs@sbcsd.org
(760) 956-5001
(909) 387-8313

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Rialto Police Department Jail

Persons visiting the San Bernardino County jail must be 18 years or older and provide a valid photo ID. Visitation is scheduled by phone one day prior to visitation. When planning a visit, requestors will be required to provide the inmate’s name, the inmate’s booking number (call (909) 887-2476 to verify), the visitor’s name, and relationship to the inmate.

Visitors must check-in at the facility 15 minutes prior to their scheduled visitation time. Inmates are allowed one visit per day and may have up to six visitors, including children.

Persons who have been previously convicted of a felony may not visit a jail facility. For more information contact:

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

Are Rialto Court Records Public

Rialto court records are public and available at the San Bernardino County Superior Court. However, some records are exempted from public access. Examples include:

  • Records relating to complaints or investigations of judicial officers
  • Security plans and procedures
  • Personnel, medical, or similar files
  • Telephone numbers, private email addresses, and social security numbers of judicial branch personnel, justices, judges, subordinate judicial officers, and their staff attorneys.
  • Real estate appraisals or engineering or feasibility estimates and evaluations made for or by the judicial branch entity regarding the acquisition of property or to prospective public supply and construction contracts
  • Preliminary writings
  • Confidential commercial and financial information
  • Deliberative process
  • Computer software and copyrighted materials
  • Judicial administrative records
  • Security records of a judicial branch entity including but not limited to, court security plans, and security surveys, investigations, procedures, and assessment
  • Records regarding communication pertaining to judicial ethics
  • Dispute resolution
  • Records regarding evaluation or investigations of justices, judges, subordinate judicial officers, and applicants or candidates for judicial office.

For a complete list of exemptions, requesters may review the California Rules of Court

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What are Rialto Vital Records?

Vital records provide official documentation of life events that occur in the city. Examples include records of birth, death, marriage, and divorce records. Rialto vital records may be available at the San Bernardino County Clerk Recorder’s Office and the San Bernardino County Superior Court. Marriage, Birth, and Death records are generally available at the San Bernardino County Clerk Recorder’s Office while Divorce records are available at the San Bernardino County Superior Court. Records may be obtained online, by mail, or in person.

Where and How to Get Divorce Records in Rialto

Divorce records are available at the San Bernardino County Superior Court. Requesters may conduct a search by looking up cases online. Searches may be made using a known case number or by name. Records may also be obtained by mail. Records seekers will need to complete the Application form and provide the case number, name of plaintiff/defendant, name of the requestor, and a valid Photo ID. The fee for a copy is 50 cents per printed side.

Where and How to Get Public Marriage Records in Rialto

Public marriage certificates may be obtained at the San Bernardino County Clerk Recorder’s Office. Records are only available to individuals such as the person listed on the record, immediate family, or legal representative. Marriage certificates may be obtained online. Individuals making online requests may select “Certified copy” under Copy Type. Information required includes the name of both parties to the marriage, date of marriage, city of the event, and requestor information. The fee is $15. A valid photo ID will be required.

Records may also be obtained in person. In-person requests are scheduled by appointment only. Requesters may complete a Request for Copy application. An application confirmation number (SST #) will be displayed once the application has been submitted. Requesters should call (855) 732-2575 to schedule an in-person appointment.

Records may also be obtained by mail. Requesters may complete the Application form, signed and notarized. A valid photo ID will be required. Select “Public” in the top right corner. Submit the form to:

State Office of Vital Records
M.S 5103
P.O. Box 997410
Sacramento, CA 95899-7410
(916) 445-2684

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Rialto

Certified marriage certificates may be obtained at the San Bernardino County Clerk Recorder’s office. Only the parties to the marriage or a party with a court order may obtain a certified marriage certificate. Certificates may be obtained online. For online requests, select “Certified copy” under Copy Type. Information required includes the name of both parties to the marriage, date of marriage, city of the event, and information about the requester. A valid ID will be required. The fee is $15.

Records may also be obtained in person. However, in-person requests are by appointment only. Requesters may complete a Request for Copy application. The SST number is displayed after submission while scheduling the in-person appointment. Call (855) 732-2575 to schedule your appointment.

Interested parties may also request records by mail. Requesters may complete the Application form, signed and notarized. A valid photo ID will be required. Select “Confidential” in the top right corner. Submit the form to:

State Office of Vital Records
M.S 5103
P.O. Box 997410
Sacramento, CA 95899-7410
(916) 445-2684

Where and How to Get Birth Records in Rialto

Birth certificates may be obtained at the San Bernardino County Clerk Recorder’s office. Only authorized individuals such as the person listed on the record, immediate family, or legal representative may obtain birth records. Records may be obtained online. Requesters may select ‘Certified copy’ under Copy Type. Information required includes the name of the registrant, date of birth, city of birth, father’s name, mother’s name, and information about the requester. A valid photo ID will be required. Records may also be requested in person. In-person requests are by appointment only. Requesters may complete a Request for Copy application. Individuals may call (855) 732-2575 to schedule an in-person appointment.

Eligible applicants may also obtain records by mail. Requesters may complete the Application form, signed and notarized. A valid photo ID will be required. Select “Confidential” in the top right corner. Submit the form to:

State Office of Vital Records
M.S 5103
P.O. Box 997410
Sacramento, CA 95899-7410
(916) 445-2684

Where and How to Get Death Records in Rialto

Record seekers may obtain death certificates at the San Bernardino County Clerk Recorder’s office. Only authorized individuals such as immediate family, funeral director, law enforcement officer, or legal representative may obtain death records. Eligible parties may obtain death certificates online. Select ‘Certified copy’ under Copy Type. Information required includes the name of the deceased, date of birth, city of death, name of the father, maiden name of mother, and information about the requester. Obtaining records will require a valid ID card and a $21 fee.

Requesters may also obtain records in person. In-person requests are by appointment only. Requesters may complete a Request for Copy application. Please note the SST number displayed upon submission as it would be required to schedule your appointment. Eligible requesters may also obtain records by mail. Requesters may complete the Application form, signed and notarized. A valid photo ID will be required. Select ‘Confidential’ in the top right corner. Submit form to

State Office of Vital Records
M.S 5103, P.O. Box 997410,
Sacramento, CA 95899-7410
(916) 445-2684