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Siskiyou County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Siskiyou County Arrest Records?

Siskiyou County arrest records are official documents generated by the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office. They contain information on arrests carried out within the county over a particular period of time. Arrest records include details about arrest warrants issued and the number of alleged crimes committed by individuals. Siskiyou County arrest records can be obtained online, in person, or by mail. Online requests can be made by completing the Online Record Release Application. In-person and mail-in requests for arrest records should be submitted to:

Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office
305 Butte Street
Yreka, CA 96097
(530) 842-8300
(530) 842-8301

Crime Statistics

The California Department of Justice provides crime statistics for all the counties in the state through its Open Justice portal. In 2019, Siskiyou County reported a total number of 879 crimes, including 181 violent crimes and 636 property crimes. The violent crimes include 6 murders, 13 rapes, 9 robberies, and 153 aggravated assaults. The property crimes include 161 burglaries, 382 larcenies, 93 motor vehicle thefts, and 3 arsons. These figures represent a drop in the total crime rate between 2015 and 2019 in Siskiyou County. Between 2015 and 2019, rape (7%), robbery (44%), burglary (25%), larceny (17%) motor vehicle theft (21%), and arson (67%) rates declined in Siskiyou county. Whereas murder (50%) and aggravated assault (52%) rates increased.

What are Siskiyou County Criminal Records?

Siskiyou County criminal records are official documents that provide detailed information of the criminal history or activity of an individual within the county. Criminal records are also known as rap sheets, and they include information like the record’s subject names, arrests reports, indictments, convictions, and sentences. The California Department of Justice provides background checks for the counties of California. Individuals can only request their own criminal records while law enforcement agencies and employers can request background checks for residents of the state.

How Do I Get Siskiyou County Criminal Records?

Residents of Siskiyou County can request criminal records by completing the Live Scan Form (also in Spanish). Check and write “Record Review” in the fields for “Type of Application” and “Reason for Application”. The completed form should be taken to the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office or any of the other Live Scan Locations in Siskiyou county for fingerprinting. Fingerprint scans are done on Tuesday and Wednesday at $23 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Payment can be made in cash or check. Interested individuals are to call (530) 842-8162, (530) 842-8386 or (530) 842-8315 to schedule an appointment. The address of the Sheriff’s Office is below:

Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office
305 Butte Street
Yreka, CA 96097

Note that DOJ/FBI fees will apply depending on the type of background check requested.

How to Find Siskiyou County Sex Offender Information

The California Department of Justice is in charge of sex offender information in the state. Sex offender information is publicly available online on the California Megan’s Law website. Residents of Siskiyou County can search this database to find registered sex offenders residing in the county. Search the registry by name, street address, and zip code.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Siskiyou County Jail?

To schedule inmate visitation to call (530) 842-8157. The visitation schedule and rules are also available for family and friends interested in visiting an inmate in the jail cell. Siskiyou County Jail is maintained by the Siskiyou County Custody Division. The Siskiyou County Jail is located at:

Siskiyou County Jail
315 South Oregon Street
Yreka, CA 96097
Phone: (530) 842-8157

Where and How to Find Siskiyou County Inmate Information

Siskiyou County inmate information is provided by the jail facility online on the in-custody information. This portal can be searched by interested individuals with the inmate’s first name, last name, or/and booking date. The database is regularly updated by the county’s Sheriff’s Office.

What are Siskiyou County Court Records?

Siskiyou County court records are documents that include information on the court proceedings of the Siskiyou County Superior Court. Court records include information like transcripts of trials, affidavits, submitted evidence, and case files. Siskiyou County court records can be searched online or obtained in person or via mail. To search and view court records online, use the Siskiyou County Case Inquiry portal. Court records can be obtained in person by visiting the courthouse to make walk-in requests with relevant information. Mail-in requests can be made by completing the Request for Records/Search/Requests Form. The completed form, along with a self-addressed stamped envelope and payment should be submitted to:

Superior Court of California
County of Siskiyou
311 Fourth Street
Room 206
Yreka, CA 96097
Phone: (530) 842-8182
Fax: (530) 842-8339

A certified copy of court records cost $15, with an additional 50 cents for each extra copy requested. Payment can be made in check, cashier’s check, or money order.

Location of All Courts in Siskiyou County

The only trial court in Siskiyou County is the Siskiyou County Superior Court. There are two locations for the county’s Superior Court. Below are the addresses and contact information:

Siskiyou County Superior Court - Dorris Branch
324 North Pine Street
Dorris, CA 96023
Phone: (530) 397-3161

Siskiyou County Superior Court - Yreka Division
311 4th Street
Yreka, CA 96097
Phone: (530) 842-8238 (Civil, Family Law, Juvenile)
Phone: (530) 842-8189 (Criminal, Traffic)

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What are Siskiyou County Vital Records

Siskiyou County vital records are official documents relating to vital events that happened within the county. These include records of divorces, marriages, births, and deaths. It should be noted that not all vital records are open to the public. The Family Law Division of the Siskiyou County Superior Court maintains the divorce and marriage records of the county. The Siskiyou County Assessor-Recorder manages records of marriages, births, and deaths in Siskiyou County.

Where and How to Get Siskiyou County Divorce Records

The Family Law Division of the Superior Court is the primary custodian of divorce records in Siskiyou County. To obtain a copy of a divorce record, fill out the Request for Records/Search/Requests Form. The filled-out form should be sent, along with a self-addressed envelope, to:

Superior Court of California
County of Siskiyou
311 Fourth Street
Room 206
Yreka, CA 96097
(530) 842-8238

Certified copies of divorce records cost $15, plus 50 cents per page.

Where and How to Get Siskiyou County Marriage Records

Certified and informational copies of Siskiyou County marriage records can be obtained from the Assessor-Recorder’s Office. Fill out the Application for Certified Copy of Marriage and sign the sworn statement at the last page of the form (for certified copy requests). The sworn statement should be notarized if the requester is making a mail request. The application and sworn statement should be submitted in person or by mail to:

Siskiyou County Recorder’s Office
311 Fourth Street
Room 108
Yreka, CA 96097
(530) 842-8065

Each request costs $15, payable with a check or money order made to the Siskiyou County Recorder’s Office.

Alternatively, marriage records can also be requested online and picked up by the requester in person.

Where and How to Get Siskiyou County Birth Records

Siskiyou County birth records can be requested online and picked up in person from the office of Siskiyou County Recorder. In-person or mail-in requests for certified or informational copies of birth records can also be made by completing the Application for Certified Copy of Birth. Requests for certified copies require completing the sworn statement at the last page of the form, The sworn statement should be notarized for mail-in requests. The completed form and sworn statement should be submitted to:

Siskiyou County Recorder’s Office
311 Fourth Street
Room 108
Yreka, CA 96097
(530) 842-8065

Where and How to Get Siskiyou County Death Records

Death records can be requested online and picked up in person. Alternatively, requests for death records can be made in person or by mail to the Recorder’s Office. Complete the Application for Certified Copy of Death. Persons interested in obtaining certified copies should also complete the sworn statement at the last page of the form. For mail-in requests, the sworn statement should be notarized. The completed form and sworn statement should be submitted in person or by mail to:

Siskiyou County Recorder’s Office
311 Fourth Street
Room 108
Yreka, CA 96097
(530) 842-8065