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Tracy Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Tracy City Public Records?

Tracy public records contain information produced, maintained, or used in the performance of a government agency's official business. The California Public Records Act describes Tracy public records as information contained regardless of form or characteristics, including documents, writings, electronic records, audio and video recordings, and other methods of storing data. While the CPRA ensures public access to most records, it also considers some records confidential and therefore closed to the public. Records exempted from public disclosure include the following:

  • Intelligence and investigative records created by law enforcement agencies until the case is concluded
  • Taxpayer information received in confidence if disclosure would be disadvantageous to the person that supplied the information
  • Governor’s Office correspondences from the Governor or between staff, including records in the Governor’s Legal Affairs Secretary’s custody
  • Real estate appraisals, assessments, and estimates produced or received as required for property acquisition or construction contracts
  • Agency personnel files if disclosure would be an unnecessary breach of a person’s privacy
  • Geological, geophysical, and plat production data if provided in confidence
  • Examination data, such as scoring keys and test questions, produced or maintained for academic, licensing, or employment examinations
  • Records that contain medical or other sensitive information if disclosure that would be an unreasonable invasion of a person’s privacy
  • Personal financial data
  • Litigation records of active cases if the agency is a party to the case, a party of interest, or otherwise connected
  • All records exempted as provided by state or federal law

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.

Tracy City Crime Statistics

The California Department of Justice (DOJ) provides statewide information on crime statistics culled from city and county law enforcement agencies. According to the DOJ’s 2020 report, there were 1,809 recorded crimes, including 174 violent crimes, 1,629 property crimes, and 6 arson cases. Violent crime specifics include 5 homicides, 23 rape cases, 57 robberies, and 15 cases of aggravated assault. The report also listed property crimes such as 205 burglary incidents, 245 motor vehicle thefts, and 1,179 larceny thefts.

In 2019, the DOJ reported 166 violent crimes, 1,843 property crimes, and 14 arson cases. The 2,023 crime total for 2019 shows that crime dropped by 1.8% between both years.

Are Tracy City Criminal Records Public?

Tracy City criminal records are not public records. Although California law allows all persons to request personal criminal history information, access to third-party records is restricted to certain employers. For instance, security agencies, law enforcement agencies, and organizations that tend to elderly persons or children, may obtain criminal records on prospective applicants. Law enforcement agencies may also obtain records for law enforcement purposes.

Persons seeking Tracy criminal records may submit English or Spanish Live Scan Forms to the California Department of Justice. Applicants requesting from outside California should use the State Summary Application form, also in English and Spanish. Residents should also obtain fingerprint services from a Public Live Scan Site or local law enforcement for out-of-state requestors. All requests should be sent by mail to the:

California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Analysis
Record Review & Challenge Section
P.O. Box 160207
Sacramento, CA 95816-0207

How to Obtain Tracy City Police Reports and Arrest Records

Police reports and arrest records are available at the Tracy Police Department (TPD). To obtain a Tracy City arrest record or police report, the requestor should complete a request for report form with the report number, type of report, incident date and time, incident location, and the names of involved persons. The requestor should also be a party of interest, state their connection to the report, and also provide personal contact information.

Under California law, the Tracy Police Department is required to release information unless disclosure would interfere with an ongoing investigation or compromise the safety of a person or property. The department has a maximum of 10 days to determine whether or not it will grant the request. All applicants should forward requests to the:

Tracy City Police Department
1000 Civic Center Drive
Tracy, CA 95376
Phone: (209) 831-6550
Email: policedept@cityoftracy.org

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Tracy City

Persons seeking information on Tracy City sex offenders may search the California Megan’s Law Website. Record seekers may find records by providing a last name, first name, gender, or date of birth. The website also allows a map search usable by providing a street number, street name, zip code, and the offender's registration city. Furthermore, users may include transient offenders in search results or find sex offenders close to their devices. The registry displays each person's name, photograph, description, and offense information. Other details such as addresses and risk assessment are also available.

How to Find Tracy City Inmate Records

The San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office maintains a public register of inmates in the county. Anyone seeking Tracy City inmate records may search the database by name or by booking number. Users may enter the inmate’s last name, first name, and middle name, and also specify gender. Alternatively, interested persons may view a list of all inmates by the first initial of their last names. Available information includes the inmate's name, booking number, date of birth, and physical description. The Sheriff’s Office’s database also displays booking time, projected release date, arresting agency, charge information, bail specifics, and court details.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in the Tracy City Jail?

Family and friends may visit Tracy inmates at one of three facilities operated by the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office. Visits to the Honor Farm, South Jail, or Jail Core facilities are allowed on a first-come, first-served basis. All inmates may receive two visits each week, based on availability at each facility. The first visitation starts at 9:00 am, and the last one starts at 4:00 pm. Interested visitors may contact each facility for specific information on visitation times and scheduling.

Visitors are only allowed one visit per day at any of the facilities. While the South Jail and Jail Core facilities allow three visitors per visit, the Honor Farm facility allows two. All visitors must provide valid state or federal identification before entering any of the visiting rooms. Valid identification must display photographs or fingerprints, and have issuance and expiry dates. Only the following types of identification, with photographs, are acceptable:

  • Permanent driver’s license from any state
  • Permanent state identification card
  • Permanent resident ID
  • Passport or official foreign identification
  • Immigration and naturalization card
  • Permanent resident identification
  • Mexico matricula consular identification

Any person under 18 years old may only visit with a parent or legal guardian and must remain supervised at all times. Staff at the facilities will terminate a visit if a minor is found unsupervised.

Persons serving parole, probation, or any other conditional release program may require written consent from their supervising agency. Former inmates released from any of the facilities within the past 30 days are ineligible for visits if convicted of felonies. Furthermore, the facility may conduct a search for an active warrant on visitors and may detain or arrest defaulters.

Visitors must appear in moderate clothing. Anyone who visits wearing revealing, suggestive or inappropriate clothing will lose their appointment. Visitors must also keep all contraband items away, including weapons, drugs, alcohol, knives, lighters, food, drinks, cell phones, cameras, or recording devices. Any visitor who leaves the visiting room during a visit will not be allowed to return.

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

What are Tracy City Vital Records

Tracy City vital records contain information on life events that happen in the city. These records are generated by government agencies, and include birth records, death records, marriage records, and divorce records. Interested persons can obtain these records by submitting requests to the respective custodians and paying applicable request fees. However, California law does not permit public access to certified copies of Tracy vital records.

Where and How to Obtain Tracy City Divorce Records

Tracy City divorce records are available at the San Joaquin Superior Court. All members of the general public can inspect or obtain copies of Tracy divorce records, except records that contain sensitive information or are otherwise sealed. To obtain a Tracy City divorce decree, parties should complete copies of the request for record search form with the full name to be searched, case type, filing date, exact or approximate filing year, and the judgment or disposition date.

A Tracy divorce decree costs $15, payable by cash and checks or money orders made out to the "Superior Court SJC, Records Management." Each mail requestor should enclose the completed form, payment, and a self-addressed and stamped envelope. In-person requesters can pay cash. All requests should be submitted to the:

San Joaquin County Superior Court
Records Management
180 E Weber Avenue
Suite 204
Stockton, CA 95202

Interested parties may also submit online requests for Tracy City divorce decrees. Alternatively, residents may use the court’s case management search to find records by party or case number.

Where and How to Get Public Tracy City Marriage Records

The San Joaquin County Recorder’s Office maintains countywide records of all marriages in the county. The office issues informational copies of Tracy City marriage records to members of the general public but restricts certified copies to the following persons:

  • The registrant named on the record
  • The registrant’s parent or legal guardian
  • The registrant’s child, grandchild, grandparent, spouse, domestic partner, or sibling
  • A person requesting as authorized by a court order
  • An attorney or other representative of the registrant or the registrant’s estate, as provided by law

The Recorder’s Office also issues confidential copies to either married party or requestors authorized by the court. Interested persons should complete the marriage certificate application - available in Spanish - with the married parties’ names and other required details. Persons requesting authorized certified or confidential copies should also complete the attached sworn statement before a notary public.

Tracy City marriage certificates cost $15 per copy, payable by cash or checks and money orders made out to the San Joaquin County Recorder. The Recorder’s Office entertains mail and in-person requests at the following addresses:

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

In-Person Requests
San Joaquin County Recorder
44 N San Joaquin Street
Suite 260
Stockton, CA 95202

Where and How to Find Tracy City Birth Records

All interested persons may obtain informational or certified copies of Tracy City birth records from the San Joaquin Recorder’s Office. According to California law, the following persons may receive certified copies:

  • The person named on the birth certificate
  • The person’s parent, legal guardian, grandparent, child, grandchild, sibling, spouse, or domestic partner
  • A representative or attorney of the person or the person’s estate
  • A person requesting as authorized by a court

All other persons may obtain informational copies of Tracy City birth certificates. However, requestors must note that informational copies are not valid for legal or identity purposes. Interested persons may complete the English or Spanish birth record application or request in person at the Recorder’s Office. Each record costs $28 and is payable by checks and money orders made out to the San Joaquin County Recorder. Persons eligible to request certified copies must complete the attached sworn statement, have it notarized, and also submit a government-issued ID. Requests should be forwarded to the:

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

In-Person Requests
San Joaquin County Recorder
44 N San Joaquin Street
Suite 260
Stockton, CA 95202

Where and How to Find Tracy City Death Records

Tracy City death records are obtainable from the San Joaquin County Recorder's Office. The office entertains in-person and mail requests for death records and issues informational and certified copies. Informational copies are public copies accessible to all interested requestors. However, access to certified copies is only granted to:

  • The decedent’s parent, legal guardian, grandparent, child, grandchild, spouse, domestic partner, or sibling
  • An agent or attorney representing the decedent or the decedent’s estate
  • An employee or agent representing a funeral establishment requesting records as provided by law
  • Anyone with power of attorney
  • An executor of the decedent’s estate

Mail requestors may obtain Tracy City death certificates by submitting completed English or Spanish copies of the death record application. Requestors must also submit notarized copies of the attached sworn statements and government-issued identification. Each record costs $21, payable by cash and money orders or checks made out to the San Joaquin County Recorder. All requests should be submitted as follows:

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

In-Person Requests
San Joaquin County Recorder
44 N San Joaquin Street
Suite 260
Stockton, CA 95202