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San Joaquin County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are San Joaquin County Arrest Records?

San Joaquin County arrest records are official documents that local law enforcement agents create when arresting an individual. Law enforcement agents may choose to arrest a person they suspect or directly observe committing a crime. However, an arrest does not prove guilt, and the arrestee is innocent until proven guilty. Arrest records include arrest warrants, information on the arrestee like a full name, physical descriptors, mugshot, where and how the arrest took place, and other details.

In San Joaquin County, the Sheriff’s Office manages arrest records and makes them available to the public on its Who’s In Custody webpage.

Crime Statistics

The California Department of Justice (DoJ) compiles crime data for all the counties in the state. Its records show 7,088 felony arrests and 14,852 misdemeanor arrests in San Joaquin County in 2017, the most recent year with a complete record. Compared to 2016 arrest figures, the county recorded 16% more felony arrests and 6% more misdemeanor arrests. A closer look at felony arrest statistics reveals that more than a third (2,885) of them were due to violent offenses. Property offenses accounted for 1,527 arrests while there were 526 and 125 arrests related to drug and sex offenses.

The California DoJ crime statistics show that there were 5,991 reported violent crimes in San Joaquin County in 2017. In the same year, there were 21,751 property crimes and 270 arsons. Compared to 2016 figures, these represent a sharp 105% spike in arson rate, a 4% drop in overall property crime rate, and a slight 0.2% drop in violent crime rate.

San Joaquin County crime data breakdown indicates that 2017 recorded 68 homicides, 247 rapes, 1,671 robberies, and 4,005 aggravated assaults. There were 3,925 burglaries, 3,861 motor vehicle thefts, and 13,925 larceny-thefts in the county in 2017. Overall, there were fewer incidents of aggravated assault (2%), burglary (7%), and larceny-theft (6%) compared to the previous year. However, homicide (10%), rape (12%), robbery (3%), and motor vehicle theft (9%) rates experienced year-on-year increases.

What are San Joaquin County Criminal Records?

In San Joaquin County, law enforcement agents create criminal records with input from the courts and prison system. These records prove the named person’s guilt and trace the convict’s path from initial arrest through conviction, sentencing, and incarceration. As such, a typical criminal record will contain an arrest record, a court record, and inmate information. In San Joaquin County, the Sheriff’s Office manages criminal records and makes them available to interested requesters. Statewide, criminal records are public from the Department of Justice.

How Do I Get San Joaquin County Criminal Records?

The Records Division of the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office is the central processing unit for criminal records and releases copies of those records. Interested parties may complete public records request form and submit it - in person or by mail - to:

Records Division
San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office
7000 Michael N. Canlis Blvd,
French Camp, CA 95231-9781

The office is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. The average report costs $47, but more extensive reports may incur higher charges. Requesters must provide valid identification to access the requested records.

How to Find San Joaquin County Sex Offender Information?

Enquirers looking for registered sex offenders living in San Joaquin County may find it on the California Megan's Law website. The website allows researchers to query the sex offenders database maintained by the California DoJ. Anyone can search for registered sex offenders by name. It's also possible to do a map search and find the addresses of sex offenders residing in specific neighborhoods. To see all registered sex offenders living in San Joaquin County, researchers may visit the county search page and select San Joaquin from the drop-down menu.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in San Joaquin County Jail?

To visit persons incarcerated in any of San Joaquin County’s correctional facilities, visitors may note the following schedule:

Honor Farm:
Monday through Sunday
10:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

South Jail
Monday - Tuesday, Thursday - Sunday
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
(Wednesday: 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.)

Jail Core
Monday - Tuesday, Thursday - Sunday
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
(Wednesday: 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.)

Each visit lasts forty-five minutes, and visitors must sign up or be in line to sign up at least thirty minutes before the visiting time. Sign-ups are on a first-come, first-served basis. Individuals may only visit once a day at any of the three prisons. Each inmate may receive only three visitors (including children) per visit. Visitors are subject to a search upon entry and cannot carry food, drinks, or other substances into the facility. Visitors must present a valid identification to enter the facilities, and minors - accompanied by adults - must submit a valid birth certificate. All visitors must dress appropriately and conduct themselves in a manner that does not disrupt others.

Where and How to Find San Joaquin County Inmate Information?

The San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office maintains a list of all persons booked into its jails. It provides a helpful inmate locator tool to make finding arrested and jailed individuals easy. The website allows visitors to search for inmates by name and booking number. They can also view the Sheriff's booking log for the day.

What are San Joaquin County Court Records?

San Joaquin County court records refer to all official documentation of court proceedings in the county. The Records Management Department of the Superior Court of California County of San Joaquin is responsible for managing court documents. It houses records dating back to 1850 and makes these accessible to the public. To view court documents, enquirers and researchers can visit the address below:

Records Management Department
180 E Weber Ave,
Stockton, CA 95202,

The Department opens its offices between Monday and Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

For criminal, civil, appeals, and traffic court documents, requesters may visit the counter on the building’s second floor. The fourth floor is reserved for family law, family support, probate, and juvenile case records. There are three public access computers at each counter. To book a 2-hour slot on any of these, interested persons may send an email with the word "RESEARCH" in the subject line.

The Records Management Department accepts requests for copies of records in person and by mail. The public can also request copies from Manteca and Lodi Branch Courts by mail. The Manteca Branch Court keeps records of all current cases heard in the courts located in the county’s south. The Lodi Branch Court does the same for courts located in the north county area. To request records from these locations, requesters may complete the Form CR 109 and send it to:

Superior Court of California - San Joaquin
Manteca Branch
315 E Center Street
Manteca, CA 95336

Or

Superior Court of California
Lodi Branch
315 W Elm Street
Lodi, CA 95240

All three locations charge $15 per name for any search that takes longer than 10 minutes. The fee for preparing copies of records is 50 cents per page. There's an additional $1 per page to compare ready copies with logs on file. The court charges $25 per record for certified copies.

Location of All Courts in San Joaquin County

San Joaquin County Superior Court - Juvenile Justice Center
535 West Matthews Road,
French Camp, CA 95231
Phone: (209) 992-5698

San Joaquin County Superior Court - Lodi Branch - Department L-1
Physical: 217 West Elm Street,
Lodi, CA 95240
Mailing: 315 West Elm Street,
Lodi, CA 95240
Phone: (209) 992-5522 (Civil, Small Claims, Civil Harassment, Evictions)
Phone: (209) 992-5521 (Criminal)
Phone: (209) 992-5520 (Traffic, Fish & Game))

San Joaquin County Superior Court - Lodi Branch - Department L-2
315 West Elm Street,
Lodi, CA 95240
Phone: (209) 992-5522 (Civil, Small Claims, Civil Harassment, Evictions)
Phone: (209) 992-5521 (Criminal)
Phone: (209) 992-5520 (Traffic, Fish & Game)

San Joaquin County Superior Court - Manteca Branch
315 East Center Street,
Manteca, CA 95336
Phone: (209) 239-1316 (Criminal, Traffic)
Phone: (209) 239-9188 (Civil Harassment, Evictions)

San Joaquin County Superior Court - Stockton Courthouse
180 East Weber Avenue,
Stockton, CA 95202
Phone: (209) 992-5555

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What are San Joaquin County Vital Records?

In San Joaquin County, vital records refer to official documents that mark important life events. Vital records include birth, death, marriage, and divorce records. San Joaquin County gives interested persons access to vital records through several departments. The County Recorder-Clerk's office maintains birth, death, and marriage records dating back to 1851. Divorce records are available in the office of the San Joaquin Superior Court.

Where and How to Get San Joaquin County Divorce Records?

The San Joaquin Superior Court maintains divorce records and makes them available to the public. Interested individuals may find San Joaquin County divorce records online, in person, or by mail. In-person or mail requests must go to the superior court branch where the divorce took place. Requesters must include the case number, the divorcees’ names, and the divorce date. Requesters must also provide a valid ID to get access to divorce records.

Where and How to Get San Joaquin County Marriage Records?

The San Joaquin County Recorder-Clerk's office is responsible for keeping and issuing marriage records dating back to 1851 and makes these available to the public. The Recorder-Clerk accepts requests for marriage certificates by mail. The fee for a marriage certificate is $15. To initiate an application, requesters must complete the marriage certificate application and send the completed form to:

San Joaquin County Recorder
P.O. Box 1968
Stockton, CA 95201

Enquirers can also submit their vital records requests in person.

Recorder/County Clerk's Office
44 North San Joaquin Street
Second Floor, Suite 260
Stockton, CA 95202

Where and How to Get San Joaquin County Birth Records?

The San Joaquin County Recorder-Clerk's office is responsible for keeping and issuing birth records dating back to 1851 and makes these available to the public. The County Recorder charges $28 for each birth certificate and accepts requests by mail. To initiate an application, requesters may complete a birth certificate application and send the completed form to:

San Joaquin County Recorder
P.O. Box 1968
Stockton, CA 95201

Enquirers can also submit their vital records requests in person.

44 North San Joaquin Street
Second Floor, Suite 260
Stockton, CA 95202

Where and How to Get San Joaquin County Death Records?

The San Joaquin County Recorder-Clerk's office is responsible for keeping and issuing death records dating back to 1851 and makes these available to the public. The County Recorder charges $21 for each death certificate and accepts requests by mail. To initiate an application, requesters may complete a death certificate application and submit the completed form to:

San Joaquin County Recorder
P.O. Box 1968
Stockton, CA 95201

Enquirers can also submit their vital records requests in person.

Recorder/County Clerk's Office
44 North San Joaquin Street
Second Floor, Suite 260
Stockton, CA 95202

Are Property Records Open to the Public in San Joaquin County?

San Joaquin County provides public access to property records per statutes laid down in the California Public Records Act. Individuals that require copies of San Joaquin County property records may request them from the local custodian’s office.

Where and How to Find Property Records in San Joaquin County?

The San Joaquin County Assessor’s Office is a subset of the Assessor-Recorder County-Clerk. It assesses all taxable property and assigns fair value to them. It also maintains property records online and at its office, making them available to the public. Interested individuals may obtain San Joaquin County property records from the Assessor’s Office from Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Assessor's Office
44 North San Joaquin Street
Second Floor, Suite 230
Stockton, CA 95202
Phone: (209) 468-2630
Fax: (209) 468-0422

How to Look Up San Joaquin County Property Records?

The San Joaquin County Assessor’s Office provides public members with access to property records through its online search portal. Researchers can find property information using the assessor’s parcel number, house number, or street name and search for information on transactions or sales involving real property.

Assessor's Office
44 North San Joaquin Street
Second Floor, Suite 230
Stockton, CA 95202
Phone: (209) 468-2630
Fax: (209) 468-0422

Location of San Joaquin County Property Assessors

San Joaquin County Assessor's Office
44 North San Joaquin Street
Second Floor, Suite 230
Stockton, CA 95202
Phone: (209) 468-2630
Fax: (209) 468-0422