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Redding Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Redding City Public Records?

Redding City’s administrators create, manage, and disseminate public records under California’s Public Records Act. The Act defines Redding City public records as any information Redding City’s employees and administrators create, use, or store for official purposes. These records may take the form of handwritten or typewritten documents, receipts, audio recordings or transcripts, photographs, videos, or any other digitally transferable media. However, not all Redding City public records are immediately accessible. The CPRA exempts individual parts of Redding City public records that contain:

  • Information whose release would threaten national security;
  • Agency personnel data;
  • Information that state or federal statute exempts from public view;
  • Trade secrets or privileged financial data;
  • Information that attorney-client privilege, attorney work-product privilege, or deliberative process privilege covers;
  • Information whose release would constitute an unjust invasion of personal privacy of the person(s) involved
  • Information whose release would impede an ongoing law enforcement investigation
  • Information whose release would deny an individual the right to a just trial or an impartial adjudication

Redding City Crime Statistics

The Redding City Police Department collects records of crimes and arrests as they occur in the city. To educate society on current crime trends and highlight local law enforcement’s struggles, the department provides annual crime statistics and an interactive crime map where interested public members may learn about Redding City’s crimes. In 2018, the department reported 620 violent crimes, including three homicides, 59 rape cases, 104 robberies, and 434 cases of aggravated assault. Over the next year, homicides went up by 50% and robberies by 8%. On the other hand, rape cases decreased by 39% and aggravated assaults declined by 0.23%.

In 2017, the department reported 3841 property crimes, broken into 613 burglaries, 2360 larceny-thefts, and 539 vehicular theft cases. Over the next year, burglary cases declined by 11.16%. Similarly, larceny-theft declined by 3.35%, and vehicular theft dropped by 31.86%

Are Redding City Criminal Records Public?

California’s Public Records Act does not permit the public to obtain most Redding City criminal records. For instance, arrest records and criminal history records are unavailable to the public. Only private security companies, child car service companies, schools, law enforcement agencies, public utilities, and similar employers may request them. The registrant on a criminal record, however, may request to inspect their document at any time.

How to Obtain Redding City Police Reports and Arrest Records

The Redding City Police Department records all arrests, traffic collisions, and other types of police reports. While the California Public Records Act restricts the public from getting Redding City arrest records, authorized persons may request police reports from the Redding City Police Department.

In-person requests for paper copies of police reports cost 25 cents per page, while microfilm copies are 55 cents each. Requesters may visit the police station between 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m, Monday through Friday, and must provide accurate information to expedite the search. Interested persons may also request police reports by mail. Mail-in requests for Redding City police reports cost $5 for forty pages and below. The department also charges 25 cents for each page after the forty-page mark.

Redding City Police Department
777 Cypress Avenue
Redding, CA 96001
Phone: (530) 225-4200

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Redding City

Per California’s Megan’s Law statutes, the Redding City Police Department’s Records Unit registers all convicted sex offender’s most recent details - including their home addresses, work addresses, and phone numbers. The RCPD Records Unit forwards this information to the California Department of Justice, who makes it available on the statewide Sex Offender Registry. Individuals who wish to obtain Redding City sex offender information may search through the portal for information on the following types of sex offenders:

  • Serious Sex Offenders: Individuals who committed felony sex offenses or misdemeanor child molestation offenses;
  • High-Risk Sex Offenders: Individuals convicted multiple times for violent crimes and classified as “sexually violent predators” per the Welfare and Institutions Code, Section 6600.

Individuals who research the registry will find sex offender’s names and their aliases, home or work addresses, mugshots, and physical descriptors. Interested persons may also search for sex offenders within a specific zip code or near schools and playgrounds.

How to Find Redding City Inmate Records

When the Redding City courts convict an individual, the individual serves time in the Shasta County Jail - a high-security local detention facility. The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office keeps records of all its inmates and makes them available online on the Shasta County Inmate Lookup Page. The page lists all inmates in alphabetical order, including their booking date, bail status, and birth date. Interested persons may click on individual inmate names to find additional information such as the inmate’s physical statistics and mugshot, complete booking information, and the inmate’s conviction charges.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Redding Jail?

Individuals convicted for Redding City crimes serve time in the Shasta County Jail - a high-security local detention facility located at:

Shasta County Jail
300 Park Marina Circle
Redding, CA 96001
Phone: (530) 245-6100

The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office allows inmate’s friends and family to visit them. Visitation hours are available on the jail’s official schedule. Each inmate may receive up to two visits per week (inmate-workers may receive three visits), and visitors must contact the reception officer to schedule visits. Each visitor must fill a slip and provide verifiable identification to enter the facility. Verifiable ID includes:

  • California Driver’s license;
  • Military ID;
  • An international passport.

Minors may visit inmates if accompanied by a parent or a legal guardian and must present a valid birth certificate to gain entry to the facility. Inmates may receive two visitors per visit. Visitors may not enter the facility carrying any of the following items:

  • Food and drinks;
  • Alcohol, cigarettes, marijuana, and other intoxicating substances;
  • Purses, packages, or carry-in items;
  • Guns, knives, or other types of weapons;
  • Phones, tablets, cameras, or other electronic devices;
  • Gift packages, books, or mail for inmates.

All visitors are subject to pass through a metal detector or have their person or property searched before entering the visiting area. Visitors must dress appropriately for a relaxed social visit and must not arrive wearing any of the following:

  • Mini dresses or skirts;
  • Halter tops;
  • Transparent clothing;
  • Crop tops;
  • Miniskirts;
  • Sundresses;
  • Bathing suits;
  • Clothing that resembles inmate’s uniforms;
  • Backless tops or dresses;
  • Sleeveless garments;
  • Low-cut blouses or dresses;
  • Hats, caps, beanies, or du-rags;
  • Sunglasses (medical exceptions allowed);
  • Revealing or provocative clothing.

Redding City Court Records

Redding City court records refer to all court proceeding documentation, including dockets, indexes, court minutes, case files, and more. The Shasta County Superior Court is a part of the California Judicial Branch and deals with all Redding City legal proceedings.

The Shasta County Superior Court Clerk is in charge of all Redding City court records and provides copies of civil court records, criminal court records, small claims, and traffic court records upon request.

Location of Courts in Redding City

Shasta County Superior Court - Justice Center
1655 West Street,
Redding, CA 96001
Phone: (530) 245-6789
Fax: (530) 999-2003

Shasta County Superior Court - Juvenile Justice Center
2680 Radio Lane,
Redding, CA 96001
Phone: (530) 245-6481

Shasta County Superior Court - Main Courthouse
1500 Court Street,
Redding, CA 96001
Phone: (530) 245-6789 (Small Claims, Civil, Probate, Family Law)
Fax: (530) 605-2802 (Small Claims, Civil, Probate, Family Law)
Phone: (530) -245-6789 (Criminal, Traffic)
Fax: (530) 999-2003 (Criminal, Traffic)
Phone: (530) 225-5449 (Juvenile Dependency)

Are Redding City Court Records Public?

Per California’s Public Records Act, some - but not all - Redding City court records are available to the public. Some Redding court records, like the following, are confidential and accessible to authorized persons alone:

  • Juvenile criminal cases;
  • Juvenile dependency cases in which the court separates a child from his or her parents;
  • Civil harassment cases;
  • Child custody cases;
  • Some divorce cases.

Can You Look Up a Redding City Court Case Online?

The Shasta County Superior Court Clerk maintains all Redding City court records and makes them available online. Individuals who wish to look up Redding court records online may query the Shasta County online case index system. Researchers will find information on civil court cases, family court cases, criminal court cases, small claims, and more.

How to Obtain Redding City Civil Court Case Records

The Shasta County Superior Court is in charge of all Redding City civil court case records and makes them publicly available online, in-person, or by mail. Individuals who wish to obtain Redding civil court case records online may query the Shasta County online case index system. Researchers may look for individual civil court case records by name or by case number. The results will provide information on the case, which researchers may use for unofficial purposes.

Individuals who wish to obtain certified copies of Redding civil court case records must query the Shasta County Superior Court in person or by mail. To apply for documents, requesters must complete a court records request form, providing the following details:

  • Partie’s names
  • Case number
  • Specific documents requested
  • The requester’s contact details

If the applicant does not know the case number, the search will cost $15. If applying by mail, the requester must indicate “not to exceed $75” under the check’s amount line. The court staff will prepare an invoice and fill the correct amount on the check. Copies of court records cost fifty cents per page, and each certified document costs $40.

Applicants must attach the appropriate fee and, if applying by mail, include a self-stamped, addressed envelope to facilitate a response.

Shasta County Superior Court - Main Courthouse
1500 Court Street,
Redding, CA 96001
Phone: (530) 245-6789 (Civil)

How to Obtain Redding City Criminal Court Records

The Shasta County Superior Court is responsible for curating Redding City criminal court records and providing the public with copies upon request. Individuals who simply wish to view Redding City criminal court records can do so online using the Shasta County online case index system. Researchers may look for individual criminal court records by the defendant’s name, birth date, or case number. The results will provide information on the case, which researchers may use for unofficial purposes.

Individuals who wish to obtain certified copies of Redding City criminal court records must query the Shasta County Superior Court in person or by mail. To apply for documents, requesters must complete a court records request form, providing the following details:

  • The defendant’s name;
  • Date of birth (if known)
  • The prosecutor’s name
  • The case number
  • Specific documents requested
  • The requester’s contact details

Applicants that do not know the case number must pay $15 for the search. If applying by mail, the requester must indicate “not to exceed $75” under the check’s amount line. The court staff will prepare an invoice and fill the correct amount on the check. Copies of court records cost fifty cents per page, and each certified document costs $40.

Applicants must attach the appropriate fee and, if applying by mail, include a self-stamped, addressed envelope to facilitate a response.

Shasta County Superior Court - Main Courthouse
1500 Court Street,
Redding, CA 96001
Phone: (530) 245-6789 (Civil)

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What are Redding City Vital Records?

Redding City vital records refer to government official’s official documents created to mark crucial events in Redding citizen’s lives, including marriage, marital dissolution, births, and deaths. The Shasta County Superior Court provides copies of Redding City divorce records, while the Shasta County Clerk’s Office offers certified copies of Redding City marriage certificates to qualified persons. Similarly, the Shasta County Recorder’s Office provides certified copies of birth and death records to eligible requesters.

Where and How to Obtain Redding City Divorce Records

The Shasta County Superior Court is responsible for divorce records in all its municipalities, including Redding City. It makes Redding City divorce records available to eligible persons, including:

  • The divorcees
  • The divorcee’s immediate family members
  • The divorcee’s legal representatives

Individuals who wish to obtain certified copies of Redding City divorce records must visit the Shasta County Superior Court Clerk’s Office - anytime from Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. - and provide accurate information, including the following details:

  • The divorcee’s names
  • The divorce date
  • The case number
  • The requester’s contact details

Copies of Redding City divorce records cost $15, payable by cash, check, credit card, or money order. If the researcher does not know the case number, they must pay $15 for the search. Mail-in requesters must write a letter with the necessary details, attach a self-addressed, stamped envelope, and a check with the exact fee, payable to “Clerk of Court.”

Shasta County Superior Court - Main Courthouse
1500 Court Street,
Redding, CA 96001

While complete divorce records are inaccessible, the public may get copies of divorce decree fact sheets. The California Department of Public Health – Vital Records (CDPH-VR) issued them in Shasta County between 1962 and June 1984. Interested persons may request a Certificate of Divorce Record from the CDPH-VR by completing the application form and including a money order for $14. Individuals who wish to obtain authorized copies must include a notarized sworn statement.

California Department of Public Health
Vital Records – MS 5103
P.O. Box 997410
Sacramento, CA 95899-7410

Where and How to Get Public Redding City Marriage Records

The Shasta County Recorder’s Office provides certified informational copies of Redding City marriage certificates to the public. Interested persons may obtain them by completing a Marriage Certificate Application Form and including a check or money order for $15. The County Recorder’s Office processes requests within five working days of the original receipt.

Shasta County Recorder
1450 Court Street
Suite 208
Redding, CA 96001-1670
Phone: (530) 225-5678
Phone: (800) 479-8009 (toll free)

Where and How to Get Confidential Redding City Marriage Records

The Shasta County Clerk’s Office is responsible for marriage licenses in all its municipalities, including Redding City. It makes copies of Redding City marriage records available to eligible persons, including:

  • The married couple;
  • The couple’s parents or legal guardians (with documentation);
  • The couple’s family members;
  • Law enforcement agents or other government agencies conducting official business;
  • The couple’s legal representatives;
  • A party with a court order to receive the record.

The Shasta County Clerk allows eligible persons to request copies of Redding City marriage certificates online. The researcher must fill out the application information and a sworn statement section that declares eligibility to receive the record - under perjury liability. Requesters may also obtain copies by visiting the County Clerk’s Office in person or by mailing a request. Copies of confidential Redding City marriage certificates cost $15, payable by cash, check, credit card, or money order.

Shasta County Clerk
1643 Market Street,
Redding, CA 96001
Mailing:
P.O. Box 990880
Redding, CA 96099-0880

Where and How to Get Redding City Birth Records

The Shasta County Recorder’s Office manages birth records for all its municipalities, including Redding City. It provides both certified and informal copies of Redding City birth certificates. The public is legally able to obtain informal copies of Redding City birth records. However, only the following persons may obtain certified copies:

  • The registrant
  • Parents named on the record
  • The registrant’s spouse
  • The registrant’s siblings
  • The registrant’s legal representatives

Researchers must complete a birth certificate application form and provide the following information:

  • The child’s full name;
  • The child’s date of birth;
  • The mother’s full maiden name;
  • The father’s full name;
  • The place of birth;
  • The requester’s return address;
  • A sworn, notarized statement (if requesting a certified copy).

Birth certificates cost $28 per copy. If the Recorder’s Office cannot find a record, they will charge $28 for the search. Applicants may visit the County Recorder’s Office during regular working hours and complete this application online before visiting the office.

Shasta County Recorder's Office
1450 Court Street,
Suite 208
Redding, CA 96001- 1670

Where and How to Get Redding City Death Records

The Shasta County Recorder’s Office manages death records for all its municipalities, including Redding City. It provides both certified and informal copies of Redding City death certificates. The public is legally able to obtain informal copies of Redding City death records. However, only the following persons may obtain certified copies:

  • The deceased’s spouse
  • The deceased’s immediate family members (parents, siblings, children, etc.);
  • The deceased’s legal representatives;
  • Anyone with a legal order to obtain a certified copy.

Researchers must complete a death certificate application form and provide the following information:

  • The deceased’s full name;
  • The deceased’s date of birth (if known);
  • The date of death;
  • The place of death;
  • The requester’s return address;
  • A sworn, notarized statement (if requesting a certified copy).

Death certificates cost $21 per copy. If the Recorder’s Office cannot find a record, they will charge $21 for the search. Applicants may visit the County Recorder’s Office during regular working hours and complete this application online before visiting the office.

Shasta County Recorder's Office
1450 Court Street,
Suite 208
Redding, CA 96001- 1670