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Milpitas Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Milpitas Public Records?

Milpitas public records mean any content of public information as defined in the CRPA, whether provided in a documentary form or oral communication. It generally includes information produced, used, or retained by the state, or local agencies-except where restricted by law. Public records may not include software developed by the City of Milpitas. In compliance with the CPRA, a portion of a public record may be inaccessible to the public if it contains:

  • Security and banking regulations
  • Taxpayer information and private personal information
  • Records of complaints and investigation
  • Pending litigation
  • Geological and Geophysical data
  • Preliminary draft, note, or memoranda

Milpitas Crime Statistics

The Milpitas Police Department keeps citywide records of all the crimes perpetrated within the City. It also discloses crime data at the end of every year. Data released for 2019 reveal that the city recorded a total of 2297 crimes. Theft was the most common crime with 1791 cases, about 356 increase from the previous year. Compared to 2018, the city experienced an increase in crime cases. There were no cases of murder recorded that year and assaults reduced from 42 to 31 cases. In 2017, the total number of crimes stood at 2025 including two murder cases. There were 4 cases of arson, the same number that was recorded the previous year.

Are Milpitas Criminal Records Public?

Most Milpitas criminal records are public records. All arrest and police records are public records, as such, they are open to inspection or copying by interested parties. Milpitas Police department and Milpitas Criminal Court maintain criminal investigation records, warrants, and mugshots. However, some criminal records may be restricted or redacted from public view. For instance, certain reports that contain arrest of juvenile information may be exempt from disclosure. Records of investigation of a criminal case are not open for inspection. Also, sensitive information about a criminal may not be disclosed to an interested party except where such a person provides a court order. Nevertheless, individuals who have been arrested or detained by the Milpitas Police department can request copies of their criminal records by contacting the custodian's office.

How to Obtain Police Reports and Arrest Records

The Milpitas Police Department provides access to police reports and arrest records through its Public Most public record requests in Milpitas are made orally or in writing by fax, postal delivery, or mail. However, to obtain a police report, interested parties must access the police record request form. Requesters must provide their names, address, phone number, and intent. Interested parties are required to specify the type of records in demand, whether police report or citation. This may require the individual to provide the case number or citation number of the document in the request. Interested parties must send a completed form to the:

Milpitas Police Department,
Records Unit,
1275 N. Milpitas Blvd.,
Milpitas, CA 95035

Note that payment must be made before reports are received.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Milpitas

The Milpitas Police Department, Special Investigation Unit (SIU) sergeant coordinates the police department's responsibilities concerning Megan Law. The Megan Law allows state agencies to disclose information about sex offenders in California. To obtain information about a sex offender or more clarifications, interested parties may contact the SIU sergeant at(408) 586-2400. Interested parties may also access the Online Megan's Law Map on the California Department of Justice website. The department maintains a searchable online registry that provides general information on registered sex offenders residing in Milpitas and other parts of California. The registry contains names and descriptions of offenders. However, not all sex offenders are registered on the database, and the SUI may decide to exempt some offenders from the list.

How to Find Milpitas Inmate Records

The Milpitas Police Department, Record Division, provides public inmate information to members of the public. Residents can submit a fillable and printable police record request form. The request form may be mailed, faxed, or delivered in person.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Milpitas Jail?

Inmate visits occur on every day of the week and during official holidays. Interested parties may visit the facility on Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM. Visitation on any other day can occur within 8:00 AM- 9:00 PM except on official holidays. Friends and Families who wish to visit an inmate must schedule one before the planned visit. Guests must also provide a valid government-issued ID such as a passport or driver's license. Visitors are not allowed to bring cell phones, or any other personal belonging to the facility. Persons under probation, parole, or other community corrections supervision must obtain the permission of both their supervising officer and the superintendent before a visit. However, such visitations are not approved. If any interested person who happens to be under the age of 18 must visit an inmate that is a family member, such person must be accompanied by an adult. Residents can also obtain more information by contacting (408) 586-2400.

The physical location of the jail is:

Santa Clara County Jail (Main Jail)
150 W Hedding St,
San Jose, CA 95110
Phone: (408) 299-2306

Elmwood Correctional Complex
701 South Abel Street
Milpitas, CA 95035
Phone: (408) 957-5900

Court Records

Part of the California Judicial branch, the Santa Clara County Superior Court provides access to different types of Santa Clara Court records including administrative records, criminal records, probate records, and traffic records.

Locations of Courts in Milpitas

The City and County is home to seven superior courts located at:

Santa Clara County Superior Court- Family Justice Centre Courthouse
201N. First Street,
San Jose, CA 95113,
Phone: (408) 792-4200

Santa Clara County Superior Court- Hall of Justice Courthouse
190-200 West Hedding Street,
San Jose, CA 95110,
Phone: (408) 808-6600

Santa Clara County Superior Court- Juvenile Justice Courthouse
840, Guadalupe Parkway,
San Jose, CA 95113
Phone: (408) 808-6200

Santa Clara County Superior Court- Palo Alto Courthouse
270 Grant Avenue,
Palo Alto, CA 94306
Phone: (650) 462-3800

Santa Clara County Superior Court- Traffic Courthouse
1095, Homestead,
Santa Clara, CA 95050
Phone: (408) 556-3000

Santa Clara County Superior Court-Downtown Superior Courthouse
191N. First Street,
San Jose, CA 95113,
Phone: (408) 882-2100

Santa Clara County Superior Court-South County Morgan Hill Courthouse
301 Diana Avenue Morgan Hill,
San Jose, CA 95037,
Phone: (408) 695-5000

Are Milpitas Court Records Public?

Court records are available for inspection or copying by members of the public on a case-by-case basis. Interested parties are allowed to obtain reports of court action granted that the requested document is public. Not all court records are open to the public. Certain court records are prohibited in the same. Some of these records include:

  • Child custody court
  • Some divorce cases
  • Civil harassment cases
  • Juvenile delinquency cases (where a kid is separated from parents)
  • Juvenile delinquency (when a minor is convicted for a crime)

How to Obtain Milpitas Civil Court Case Records

Interested parties may request civil records in person, by mail, or online. The Santa Clara Superior Court maintains records of all the civil cases that were tried in the county. In-person requests may be made at the office of the Court Clerk at:

191N. First Street,
San Jose, CA 95113,
Phone: (408) 882-2100

Interested persons may be required to complete and submit a form detailing personal information and the document that is requested. The Clerk shall assist the individual to identify the existence, nature, and form of document being requested. The Clerk shall give a response to the requestor within 10 days consistent with the requirement of the CPRA. The Clerk charges the requestor for every page that is copied. Fees may vary between $10- $25, depending on the type of civil case record in the request.

How to Obtain Milpitas Criminal Court Records

Not all records in a court are public. Criminal court record that is exempt from disclosure include:

  • An arrest report or any other document that lists a victim’s name, address, or telephone number
  • Probation reports
  • Domestic violence protective orders
  • Own Recognizance (O.R.) reports
  • Criminal history information
  • The financial or medical information

To obtain criminal and public court records, interested parties may use the criminal case index search tool for cases filed from 2004 to date. Interested parties may also visit the office of the clerk court where the case was filed for records. At the courthouse, you can search the criminal index online, or search the microfiche. Cases filed before2004 are not in the online index. To search the microfiche, the individual may require the defendant's name, date of birth, and the year the case was filed.

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

What are Milpitas Vital Records?

Milpitas vital records consist of information on individual life events maintained by the government, such as death certificates, birth certificates, marriage licenses, and divorce decrees. Milpitas vital records are obtained through a request application to the location to the custodian department.

Where and How to Obtain Milpitas Divorce Decrees

The Superior Court of California for Santa Clara County maintains records for divorces that occurred within the county. Interested parties may request a copy in person, by mail, or fax. To obtain Milpitas divorce records, individuals shall submit a completed decree request form to the Downtown Superior Court at:

191N. First Street,
San Jose, CA 95113,
Phone: (408) 882-2100

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Milpitas

The Office of the County Clerk provides certified copies of Milpitas marriage certificates. Interested parties may submit requests in person, by mail, or by fax. Requesters are required to provide the names of the couple, and a sworn statement of eligibility. The Clerk may also request for a valid government-issued I.D. Visit the County Clerk at:

455 East Calaveras Blvd.
Milpitas, CA 95035
Phone: (408) 586-3000

Where and How to Get Public Milpitas Marriage Records

Milpitas marriage records are available at the Office of the Clerk-Recorder. Requests for marriage records can be made in-person, online, and by mail. The walk-in request is currently prohibited in a bid to curb the spread of Covid-19 in the state. Interested parties may download and complete a request form. The form and the service fee shall be sent to the office of the clerk-recorder via mail. The requester may provide the name of the parties involved in the marriage, the intent of the request, and the relationship with the parties involved.

Where and How to Find Milpitas Birth Records

The Office of the Clerk-Recorder issues copies of Milpitas Birth certificates from four weeks after the child's birth. Milpitas Birth certificates start at medical facilities, pass through Santa Clara Public Health Department, before arriving at the clerk-recorder office.

Obtaining Copies of Milpitas Birth Certificates

The Santa Clara Clerk provides two types of birth certificates: authorized and information. The certified authorized copy provides proof of the individual identity. To obtain an authorized copy residents need to submit the following information:

  • Parent name
  • Child name
  • Grandparent
  • Grandchild
  • Sibling
  • Spouse or domestic partner
  • Legal guardian

Requests for a certified authorized copy may be submitted by mail, or online. In-person requests are currently prohibited as part of Covid-19 prevention guidelines. A certified information copy is generally not accepted as proof of the individual's identity. On this copy, signatures are concealed, and requesters may not be in a direct relationship with the person listed on the certificate.

To obtain birth certificates, interested parties may download and fill out an order form. Next, the requester may notarize the form. Individuals shall mail the form, payment, and return envelope to the clerk-recorder office at:

70 W. Hedding, 1st Floor, East Wing
San Jose, CA 95110

The office charges $28 for getting a birth record for individuals.

Where and How to Find Milpitas Death Records

Milpitas death records may be obtained from the clerk recorder's office. Records are available four weeks after the event. Interested persons need to submit the names, date of death, city of death, and gender of the deceased. The name, phone number, address, and a valid ID of Requesters are needed. Milpitas death records may be either certified authorized copies or informational copies. Interested persons may request the death certificate in person, online, or by mail. Clerk recorders may not be able to provide services for walk-in customers due to the pandemic. To submit a request via mail, individuals must download and fill out an order form. The individual shall get the form notarized before sending it to the office of the clerk-recorder.