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Solano County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Crime Numbers

There were 2,112 violent crimes and 12,004 property crimes in Solano County in 2017. These figures represent a 5.5% jump in violent crime rate and an 11.3% dip in property crime rate compared to the 2013 crime totals for the county. A breakdown of the 2017 crime data shows that law enforcement agencies in Solano County recorded 30 homicides, 179 rapes, 701 robberies, and 1,202 aggravated assaults. Incidences of property crimes include 3,660 burglaries, 2,007 motor vehicle thefts, 6,337 larceny-thefts, and 140 arsons.

Compared to 2013 figures, rape (126.6% due to the expanded definition of rape in the intervening years), aggravated assault (2.5%), and arson (21.7%) rates went up in 2017. The five-year crime trend for Solano County also reveals that were fewer homicides (3.2%), robberies (2.4%), burglaries (21.6%), motor vehicle thefts (16.2%), and larceny-thefts (2.1%).

Criminal Records

Criminal background checks for Solano County are available from the Office of the Attorney General of the California Department of Justice. It provides fingerprint-based checks and requires requesters to submit rolled fingerprint cards. To obtain this card, start by downloading and completing the Request for Live Scan Service form (also available in Spanish). Write or tick “Record Review” in the fields reserved for “Type of Application” and “Reason for Application” on the form. Bring this form to the Solano County Sheriff’s Office located at:

530 Union Avenue
Fairfield, CA 94533

Call the Sheriff’s Office ahead to make an appointment. Its numbers are (707) 421-4006 and (707) 784-7000. The Sheriff’s Office provides fingerprinting service during weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. It charges $53 for this service and accepts cash, cashier’s check, money order, and debit/credit cards.

Send the fingerprint card obtained from the Sheriff’s Office, along with the Live Scan Service form and payment to:

California Department of Justice
Record Review Unit
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170

The Department of Justice charges $24 for each criminal background check and accepts personal check, certified check, and money order for payment. Make your check or money order payable to California Department of Justice.

The Solana County Sheriff-Coroner’s Office provides public access to its non-confidential records including case reports. To request for incident reports from the Sheriff’s Office, send a completed Public Records Request Form to SHFPublicRecordRequests@SolanoCounty.com. Alternatively, you can mail or bring it to the Sheriff’s Office located at 530 Union Avenue, Suite 100, Fairfield, CA.

Information about registered sex offenders living in Solano County is available from the Department of Justice. It maintains a statewide database that is searchable from the California Megan’s Law website. Use the search functions on the website to find identifying information about registered offenders living in Solano County. Make sure to select Solano from the drop-down list of California counties. You can also search for registered sex offenders by name, city, and street address.

There are three correctional facilities in Solano County. These are:

Justice Center Detention Facility
500 Union Avenue
Fairfield, CA 94533

Claybank Detention Facility
2500 Claybank Road
Fairfield, CA 94533

Stanton Correctional Facility
2450 Stanton Road
Fairfield, CA 94533

The Solano County Sheriff’s Office provides an online inmate locator to help the public search for individuals incarcerated in these facilities. Contact the Sheriff’s Office about sending money to inmates in these county jails. Solano County does allow friends and family members to order commissary items online and send to their loved ones in jail. Use the iCare Online Jail Commissary to send required items to someone in Solano County jails.

Court Records

The Superior Court of California in Solano County has various divisions hearing cases from these four courthouses:

Hall of Justice
600 Union Avenue
Fairfield, CA 94533
Phone: (707) 207-7380 (Criminal)
Fax: (707) 436-2291 (Criminal)
Phone: (707) 207-7340 (Family Law)
Fax: (707) 428-5017 (Family Law)
Phone: (707) 207-7345 (Juvenile)
Fax: (707) 207-7668 (Juvenile)
Phone: (707) 207-7341 (Probate)
Fax: (707) 428-5017 (Probate)
Phone: (707) 207-7360 (Traffic)
Fax: (707) 436-2282 (Traffic)

Law and Justice Center
530 Union Avenue
Fairfield, CA 94533
Phone: (707) 207-7300
Fax: (707) 426-1631

Old Solano Courthouse
580 Texas Street
Fairfield, CA 94533
Phone: (707) 207-7330 (Civil)
Phone: (707) 207-7335 (Small Claims)
Fax: (707) 425-4996 (Small Claims)

Solano Justice Building
321 Tuolumne Street
Vallejo, CA 94590
Phone: (707) 561-7830 (Civil)
Fax: (707) 648-8119 (Civil)
Phone: (707) 561-7880 (Criminal)
Fax: (707) 648-8101 (Criminal)
Phone: (707) 561-7860 (Traffic)

The Superior Court provides public access to the records of these courts via its CourtConnect portal. Use it to search for docket reports, court judgements, and case files.

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

Vital Records

Divorce records for Solano County are available in the Hall of Justice courthouse located at 600 Union Avenue, Fairfield. Come to the courthouse to ask for copies of your divorce documents. You can also request for these records by mail. To do so, send a written request including the case number. If you cannot find a case number, provide the names of both parties involved in the divorce as well as the approximate year of divorce. If the search for these records take longer than 10 minutes, the court will charge a $10 search fee.

Include a self-addressed stamped envelope with your mail request as well as a check payable to Solano Superior Court for copy and search fees. The fee for a certified copy of a divorce record is $15. Plain copies cost 50 cents per side per page.

The Assessor/Recorder is the official responsible for providing copies of birth, death, and marriage certificates in Solano County. To obtain any of these vital records in person, visit the Public Counter of the county’s Vital Records office with your photo ID. The location of this office is 675 Texas Street, Suite 2700, Fairfield. Its phone number is (707) 784-6294.

The Solano County Assessor also accepts mail requests for vital records. Send a completed and notarized Application and Sworn Statement for Birth, Death, or Marriage Certificates to:

Vital Records
Solano County Assessor/Recorder
675 Texas Street, Suite 2700
Fairfield, CA 94533-6338

Include a pre-printed personal check, cashier’s check, or money order payable to VITAL RECORDS. The fee for each certified copy of birth certificate is $30 while a death certificate costs $23 and a marriage certificate costs $17. You can also send the completed form by fax to (707) 784-9002 or by email to Recorder@solanocounty.com.