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Daly City Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Daly City Public Records?

In stipulation with the California Public Records Act, Daly City public records are non-confidential information generated, maintained, and disseminated by the governmental agencies at the state and local levels. These records are available for public review and duplication, unlike exempted documents such as:

  • Private or medical information invading privacy
  • Attorney-client information
  • Juvenile records
  • Information related to an active law enforcement case
  • Tax or private financial data

Daly City Crime Statistics

The Daly City Police Department provides a citywide index of current/past activities, arrests, most wanted offenders, and crime statistics/charts. Crime statistics for 2018 reveal that the department indexed a total of 1,804 crimes, with larceny-theft being the most common crime with 1,147 cases. Aggravated assaults, burglaries, and motor vehicle theft (MVT) cases in the city were 105, 221, and 176, respectively, and other crimes included 103 robberies, 40 rapes, eight arsons, and four homicides.

In comparison, the DCPD recorded a total crime of 1,862 crimes in 2017. Larceny-theft had also been the most common crime with 1,167 cases, while there were 203 burglaries, 202 MVTs, and 139 aggravated assaults. Other indexed crimes included 90 robberies, 50 rapes, 11 arsons, and zero homicides.

Analysis of the statistics for both years reveals that the city experienced a 0.6% decrease in total indexed crimes. Larceny-theft and aggravated assault cases reduced by 0.2% and 0.34%, respectively, while burglary and robbery cases increased by 0.18% and 0.33%, respectively.

Are Daly City Criminal Records Public?

In compliance with the CPRA, not all Daly criminal records are open for public access, except to the record subject, criminal justice agencies, and other authorized agencies. For instance, the California Department of Justice processes criminal background check requests made by the record subjects and authorized agencies that need these documents for licensing, employment, or volunteering purposes.

The DOJ provides these records following live scan fingerprint checks, which individuals can complete at various approved sites, including the Daly City Police Department and San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office located at:

DCPD
333 90th Street,
Daly City, CA 94015
Phone: (650) 991-8119 (Fingerprinting appointments)

Sheriff’s Office
400 County Center,
3rd Floor
Redwood City, CA 94063
Phone: (650) 599-1570 (Fingerprinting information)

Interested persons are to download the live-scan request form on the websites of the appropriate center, fill and submit it in-person along with valid photo identification and fees. Moreover, individuals may also get conviction or criminal case details from the Superior Court of California for San Mateo County.

How to Obtain Police Reports and Arrest Records

The Daly City Police Department generates, collates, and maintains various police reports on incidents within its jurisdiction. However, these are not publicly available except to involved parties, insurance representatives, attorneys, and other authorized agents. Eligible persons may obtain Daly City arrest records, collision/crash reports, or other crime reports by completing and submitting the request form, fees, and other requirements to the DCPD via email, mail, or in person at:

Records Division
Daly City Police Department
333 90th Street
Daly City, CA 94015
Phone: (650) 991-8110 (Records Unit)
Email: dcpdreports@dalycity.org

Involved or authorized parties may also get reports on accidents and criminal incidents that happen in the county through the San Mateo Police Department by sending request forms (Spanish) to the Criminal Records Bureau located at:

Criminal Records Bureau
Phone: (650) 363-4525
Fax: (650) 365-9884
Email: sheriffs­_recordsrequest@smcgov.ng

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Daly City

Pursuant to California Penal Code § 290.46, the California Department of Justice provides information on statewide sex offenders through the California Megan Law website. This searchable database allows individuals to conduct searches by city, county, name, zip code, address, or map location to locate sex offenders who are living or incarcerated in different parts of the state.

Interested persons can obtain a listing of sex offenders in Daly City by using the city search tool. For more narrowed results, conduct searches by address or name. Users can get the offender’s mugshot, full name, known aliases, physical descriptions, addresses, offense details, and other public information through this website.

How to Find Daly City Inmate Records

The San Mateo Sheriff Department is the custodian of inmate records and provides inmate information through an online inmate locator tool. Interested individuals can obtain information and location of inmates by entering the inmate’s first and last name into the online tool. Publicly available information on the site may include:

  • Inmate’s name, gender, and DOB
  • Case number, docket number, booking number, and SMCSO
  • Next court date
  • Holding/correctional facility
  • Projected release date
  • Charges and bail amount

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Daly City Jail?

Individuals arrested in Daly City are under the custody of the Maguire Correctional Facility. Family, friends, and other interested persons cannot visit an inmate in this facility until after registration, approval, and scheduling. First, register for visits online or at the kiosk in the jail lobby at 300 Bradford Street, Redwood City, then wait about 48 hours for processing and approval.

Next, using the same channels as with registration, approved visitors may schedule appointments at least 24 hours in advance according to the inmate’s visiting hours provided on the jail’s website. Lastly, individuals may check-in for video visits 15 minutes ahead of schedule and follow the visitation rules for successful sessions. This includes:

  • Inmates can receive two visits weekly but not within the same day.
  • Video visits are 45 minutes long at the visitation lobby.
  • All visitors must provide a government-issued photo ID.
  • A maximum of three persons (including children) may visit the inmate at a time.
  • Visitors under 18 years of age must be accompanied and monitored by an adult.
  • Visitors must dress appropriately, as indecent dressing may lead to the cancellation of visits.
  • Lateness of more than 15 minutes will lead to canceled visits
  • Any inappropriate behavior, disruptive or fraudulent activity may lead to termination of visits, loss of future visiting privileges, or criminal prosecution.

Interested individuals can obtain more information on schedules by calling (855) 208-7349 and details of dress code, visitation procedures, and rules online or by contacting the San Mateo Sheriff’s Office at:

San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office
400 County Center
Redwood City, CA 94063
Phone: (650) 363-4911

Court Records

In compliance with state laws, the San Mateo County Clerk Office provides access to various court-generated documents concerning criminal, civil, traffic, and probate matters filed in relation to Daly City residents. These records may be written, typed, taped, or stored electronically, such as dockets, case files, decrees, transcripts, affidavits, and so on.

Locations of Courts in Daly City

There are no courts in Daly City. However, the courts in San Mateo County have jurisdiction over certain cases relating to Daly City and its residents. These courts include:

San Mateo County Superior Court – Central Branch
800 North Humboldt Street,
San Mateo, CA 94401
Phone: (650) 363-4300

San Mateo County Superior Court – Juvenile Branch
222 Paul Scannell Drive,
San Mateo, CA 94402
Phone: (650) 261-5100

San Mateo County Superior Court – Northern Branch
1050 Mission Road,
South San Francisco, CA 94080
Phone: (650) 261-2080

San Mateo County Superior Court – Southern Branch
Hall of Justice and Records
400 County Center,
Redwood City, CA 94063
Phone: (650) 261-5100 (Civil, Family Law, Probate)
Phone: (650) 261-5200 (Criminal)
Phone: (650) 261-5015 (Small Claims)

San Mateo County Superior Court – Southern Branch Annex
500 County Center,
Redwood City, CA 94063
Phone: (650) 363-4300 (Traffic)

Are Daly City Court Records Public?

Daly City court records are open to the public for viewing or duplication on a case-by-case basis. The California Public Records Act (CPRA) prohibits access to some San Mateo court records that may fall under the following category:

  • Juvenile delinquency records
  • Child custody cases
  • Sealed records
  • Records about pending litigation
  • Preliminary drafts
  • Personnel or medical records

However, the court clerk may redact the restricted information from the copies and provide the non-confidential sections to requesters.

Can You Look Up a Daly City Court Case Online?

Online access to Daly court records depends on the case, as this is also subject to the CPRA or may not be available online. However, interested persons may look for court case information on the San Mateo County Superior Court Records Index or Odyssey Public Portal. Individuals can search for the criminal, probate, family law, civil, and small claims case information according to filling date, company/party name, case number, and other related details.

How to Obtain Daly City Civil Court Case Records

Although the online search tools allow users to search for and view civil case information, individuals may only obtain copies of non-confidential court records by making requests to the clerk of the presiding court or the Records Management Division at:

San Mateo Superior Court
Records Management
400 County Center,
First Floor, Room A,
Redwood City, CA 94063
Phone: (650) 261-5100

If available, individuals may use the request forms on the court website to make queries or write letters containing case numbers, filing dates, and parties' details to the appropriate custodian. The clerk may also require requesters to provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope and fees with the request. The court charges a fee of $40 for a certified copy and an additional fee of $0.50 for each copy. Payments through cash, credit cards, and checks are accepted. Make blank checks payable to "Superior Court" with a "Not to exceed" amount included in the memo line.

How to Obtain Daly City Criminal Court Records

Although the online search tools allow users to search for and view criminal case information, individuals may only obtain non-confidential court records by making requests to the Criminal Clerk's Office at 1050 Mission Road, South San Francisco, or the Criminal Division at:

San Mateo Superior Court
Criminal Division
400 County Center,
Fourth Floor
Redwood City, CA 94063
Phone: (650) 261-5200

If available, individuals may use the request forms on the court website to make requests or write letters containing case numbers, filing dates, and parties' details to the appropriate custodian. The clerk may also require requesters to provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope and fees with the request. The court charges a fee of $40 for a certified copy and an additional fee of $0.50 for each copy. Payments through cash, credit cards, and checks are accepted. Make blank checks payable to "Superior Court" with a "Not to exceed" amount included in the memo line.

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What are Daly City Vital Records?

Daly City vital records are government-generated documents that detail the life events of the current and past residents of Daly City. These records include birth certificates, death certificates, marriage licenses, divorce decrees, and other similar documents. Interested persons can obtain these records by submitting a request to the local, county, or state-run depositories. However, individuals should note that while informational copies of Daly City vital records are open, some certified copies may be unavailable due to their confidentiality status.

Where and How to Obtain Daly City Divorce Records

The San Mateo Superior Court maintains the final judgment of divorces or divorce decrees for Daly City and other municipalities within its jurisdiction. Individuals may obtain copies of these documents from the Records Management Division by mailing letters containing case number, approximate filling date, and defendant’s name to:

San Mateo Superior Court
Records Management
400 County Center,
First Floor, Room A,
Redwood City, CA 94063
Phone: (650) 261-5100

The clerk may also require requesters to provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope and fees with the request. The court charges a fee of $15 for a certified copy, and payments through cash, credit cards, and checks are accepted. Make blank checks payable to "Superior Court" with a "Not to exceed" amount included in the memo line.

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Daly City

The Office of the County Clerk-Recorder maintains confidential Daly City marriage records. However, in accordance with Section 103526 of the California Health and Safety Code, copies of these records are strictly available to authorized parties like:

  • The record subjects
  • Parents or legal guardian
  • Direct descendant, siblings, and grandparents
  • Attorneys, legal representatives, and legally authorized other persons or agency
  • A member or representative of a governmental agency or law enforcement agency who is conducting official business

Eligible individuals may submit or mail notarized application forms along with fees in check or money order paid to the “San Mateo County Clerk-Recorder” at:

San Mateo County
Attn: Vital Records
555 County Center,
First Floor,
Redwood City, CA 94063

Note: Daly marriage certificates are also available at the California Department of Public Health.

Where and How to Get Public Daly City Marriage Records

The Office of the County Clerk-Recorder maintains and provides Daly City public marriage licenses issued and other cities in San Mateo County. Persons can obtain certified copies of Daly City marriage records by submitting a completed marriage application form with the necessary information and payment of $15 payable by check or money order in person or via mail to:

San Mateo County
Attn: Vital Records
555 County Center,
First Floor,
Redwood City, CA 94063
Phone: (650) 363-1893
In-person appointment services: (650) 599-1713
Email: countyclerk@smcacre.org

Note: Daly marriage certificates are also available at the California Department of Public Health.

Where and How to Find Daly City Birth Records

Daly City birth records are available at the San Mateo County Clerk-Recorder Office. Eligible parties can obtain certified copies of these records, while informational copies are public. Interested persons should submit or mail application forms along with a $28 (per copy) check or money paid to the "San Mateo County Clerk-Recorder” at:

San Mateo County
Attn: Vital Records
555 County Center,
First Floor,
Redwood City, CA 94063

Note: Daly birth certificates are also available at the California Department of Public Health.

Where and How to Find Daly City Death Records

Daly City death records are available at the San Mateo County Clerk-Recorder Office. Eligible parties can obtain certified copies of these records, while informational copies are public. Interested persons should submit or mail application forms along with a $28 (per copy) check or money paid to the "San Mateo County Clerk-Recorder” at:

San Mateo County
Attn: Vital Records
555 County Center,
First Floor,
Redwood City, CA 94063

Note: Daly death certificates are also available at the California Department of Public Health.