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Fairfield Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Fairfield Public Records?

The California Public Records Act defines public records as any written information relating to the conduct of public business, which is prepared, maintained, and stored by a public body. Under the CPRA, the storage form, whether physical or electronic, does not matter. However, there are exceptions to the presumption of public access. Some examples include:

  • Ongoing litigation records
  • Private information
  • Student examination records
  • Attorney-Client privileged communication
  • Building and Structural plans
  • Taxpayer records
  • Certain law enforcement records
  • Preliminary draft memo

Fairfield Crime Statistics

The Fairfield City Police Department maintains and publishes yearly data on criminal activity in the city of Fairfield. Between January and September 2020, the city witnessed a total of 2,891 crimes, a reduction from the 3,158 recorded in 2019, in the same period. The total number of violent crimes was 416, a 28% increase from the 326 reported for the same period in the previous year. There were also 4 murders, 46 cases of rape, 122 robberies, and 244 cases of aggravated assault.

Furthermore, the Police Department reported 2,475 property crimes in 2020, lower than the 2,832 total recorded in 2019. Published property crimes include 317 burglaries, 1,585 theft cases, 542 auto-thefts, and 31 arson incidents.

Are Fairfield Criminal Records Public?

Fairfield criminal records are not public records. Under California law, the Office of the Attorney General provides access to authorized agencies and persons requesting personal records. Obtaining personal criminal records requires fingerprinting services. Interested persons may request these services by completing the Request For Live Scan Service, which is also available in Spanish. Users may select “Record Review” and also write it above the “Reason for Application” line. The form should be submitted to a live scan site, a local Police Department, Sheriff’s Office, or a certified fingerprint roller. Processing costs $25.

Out-of-state applicants may request by downloading the Application To Obtain Copy Of State Summary Criminal History, also obtainable in Spanish. The requester must attach a standard 10-print fingerprint card and a $25 check or money order payable to the “California Department of Justice”. The documents should be sent to the:

California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Analysis
Record Review & Challenge Section
P.O. Box 160207
Sacramento, CA 95816-0207

Certified copies of criminal history information may be processed for authorized agencies, including law enforcement bodies and the District Attorney’s office, to be used for legitimate law enforcement purposes. Requesters should submit a court order or subpoena containing the subject’s name and identifying information, the request purpose, record type, court date, case number, jurisdiction, and a complete mailing address. The requestor should also include a letter written with the agency’s letterhead. The documents should be sent by mail to:

California Department of Justice
Attn: Custodian of Records
Bureau of Criminal Information and Analysis
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170

A public defender or defense attorney must submit a Certification of Attorney of Record along with the subpoena or court order. It takes a minimum period of three weeks for a certified order to be processed.

How to Obtain Fairfield Police Reports and Arrest Records

Interested persons may obtain police reports and arrest records in person at the Fairfield Police Department's front counter. Fairfield arrest records are also requestable by sending a mail request that includes a description of the record with specific details, such as a case number. Mail requests must contain the requester’s information, including a name, address, active phone number, and the requester’s connection to the desired record. The report should be sent to:

Fairfield Police Department Records,
1000 Webster St.
Fairfield, CA 94533

Each copy of a Fairfield arrest record or police report costs $5 for the first ten pages and $11 for the next ten pages. A $5 deposit is required for all requests.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Fairfield

The California Department of Justice maintains a Megan’s Law Website where persons may find information on all sex offenders in the state. The website allows interested parties to find desired records by the offender’s first and last names, the requester’s address up to a 10-mile radius as displayed on a map, and proximity to the location of the user's device.

How to Find Fairfield Inmate Records

The Solano County Sheriff’s Office provides an inmate locator tool for persons to find inmates incarcerated in any Solano County detention facility. Interested parties may find Fairfield inmate records by entering the first three letters of the inmate’s first or last name. Users may also select the ‘Search All’ button to access a list of inmates in the county.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Fairfield Jail?

There are three detention facilities in Fairfield, located at.

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

Inmate visits to any Fairfield facility are done by remote or on-site video visitation. Visitors may register on the platform or visit the lobby at the facility with a valid government-issued photo identification that shows a date of birth. Visitors must be adults or accompanied by adults.

No more than two children and an infant can accompany a parent or legal guardian to a visit. Visitors’ dressing must be conservative and sober. On-site video visitation is available throughout the week except Wednesdays and Thursdays for inmates in the Justice Center Detention Facility. Inmates are allowed two 30 minute on-site social visitations every week. Visitors are advised to check-in at least 15 minutes in advance.

All remote visits require communication devices and must be scheduled a day in advance. Other requirements include an account on the platform and payment via a debit or credit card. Social visits cost $9 per 30-minute session. Professional visits cost $25, or $10 for the Stanton Correctional Facility. Inmates are allowed to have two remote social visits per day.

Court Records

The Solano County Superior Court has jurisdiction over Fairfield cases and maintains court records. Cases are heard at the following locations.

Locations of Courts in Fairfield

Fairfield is home to three courthouses located at:

Hall of Justice
600 Union Avenue
Fairfield, CA 94533

Law and Justice
530 Union Avenue
Fairfield, CA 94533

Old Solano Courthouse
580 Texas Street
Fairfield, CA 94533

Are Fairfield Court Records Public?

The Superior Court of California makes records available for public access except where these records are sealed or deemed confidential. Juvenile court records, for example, are considered confidential and therefore unavailable to the general public.

Can You Look Up a Fairfield Court Case Online?

Online access to Fairfield court cases is provided by the Superior Court of California through their Court Connect Portal. This portal grants access to docket reports, court judgments, and case files.

How to Obtain Fairfield Civil Court Case Records

Fairfield civil court records can be obtained by visiting the office of the civil clerk located at:

580 Texas Street,
Fairfield, CA

Interested parties must pay $0.50 for a one-sided page and $1.00 for a two-sided page. Requesters may also obtain copies of civil court records by visiting the Court Connect portal provided by the Superior Court of California for Solano County. Users may visit the portal and search using a party name, business name, and case type. Requesters may also search for court judgments, case information, and court activities. Searching requires a party’s last name, company name, or case ID. Optional search queries include a party’s middle name, first name, filing date and case type, judgment date, judgment status, and docket date.

How to Obtain Fairfield Criminal Court Case Records

Fairfield criminal court case records are available with the Superior Court of California in Solano County. To obtain these records, the requester must complete the application form with the required details. Each record costs $15 for a name search over 10 minutes and $0.50 per page. A certified copy costs $40. Payment is acceptable via check or money order made out to “Solano Superior Court, ATTN: Criminal Division”. Payments with Visa, MasterCard, and Discover credit cards are also accepted. The requester is also required to provide government-issued photo identification. The documents should be submitted to:

Superior Court Of California, County Of Solano
Fairfield Division
600 Union Ave., Suite 151,
Fairfield, CA 94533
(707) 207-7380

Requesters may also obtain electronic Fairfield criminal court records by filling the application form and submitting to the above address with the advance fee of $15 per CD. A period of 7 business days is required to process this request. Online criminal records are also available on the Court Connect Portal.

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What are Fairfield Vital Records

Fairfield vital records are documents that contain life events that occurred in the city. These records are created and maintained by different government agencies and include death records, birth records, marriage records, and divorce records.

Where and How to Obtain Fairfield Divorce Records

Fairfield divorce records are available at the Solano County Superior Court of California. To obtain a copy of this record, the requester will need to visit the courthouse at 600 Union Avenue or send the request via mail. The request should contain the case number if available, the first and last names of both parties, and the approximate year of divorce.

A fee of $10 is required if the search takes longer than 10 minutes. Each divorce record costs $0.50 per side per page and $15 for certification. Fees are payable via checks made out to the “Solano Superior Court”. The request should be sent to:

Superior Court Of California, County Of Solano
Fairfield Division
600 Union Ave., Suite 151,
Fairfield, CA 94533
(707) 207-7380

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Fairfield

The Solano County Clerk maintains copies of confidential Fairfield marriage records. These records are only accessible to authorized persons and not members of the general public. To obtain this record, applicants must complete the request form and the certificate of acknowledgment, which should be notarized. The fee for this request is $20.00 and may be paid by postal or bank money order made out to the “Solano County Clerk”. The documents should be mailed in a self-addressed envelope to the:

Solano County Clerk
675 Texas St Suite 1900
Fairfield, CA 94533

Where and How to Get Public Fairfield Marriage Records

Copies of public Fairfield marriage records may be obtained from the office of the County Recorder by completing the required form and submitting it in person or by mail. To apply in person, the requestor may visit the public counter of the Vital Records Office, which is open from Mondays to Fridays, between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. A valid government-issued photo identification is required along with a $17.00 request fee, payable by check or money order to “VITAL RECORDS.” Results may be processed the same day.

To order copies of this record by mail, the application and sworn statement and payment should be mailed to:

Vital Records
Solano County Assessor/Recorder
675 Texas Street Suite 2700.
Fairfield, CA 94533-6338
Fax: (707) 784-9002

Where and How to find Fairfield Birth records

Fairfield birth records are stored with the County Recorder for Solano County and may be obtained for a fee of $30.00. Residents may request in person or by mail. Birth records are only issued to the subject, relations of the subject, and other requesters with authorization. Persons requesting in person should visit the Vital Records Office between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on weekdays. Each request also requires a valid government-issued photo ID. In-person requesters may receive desired records on the same day. For a mail request, the application form and notarized sworn statement may be sent to:

Vital Records
Solano County Assessor/Recorder
675 Texas Street Suite 2700.
Fairfield, CA 94533-6338
Fax: (707) 784-9002

Payments are accepted via personal checks, cashier’s checks or money orders made payable to “VITAL RECORDS”. Processing for mail requests may take up to 15 business days.

Where and How to Find Fairfield Death Records

The Solano County Assessor/Recorder maintains Fairfield death records. Each record costs $23. Certified copies may only be processed for authorized individuals, such as the subject’s parents or legal guardian, children, grandchildren, grandparents, siblings, spouse, and registered domestic partner. Other authorized requesters include persons with relevant court orders, an attorney representing the deceased or the deceased’s estate, a law enforcement agent conducting official business, and the funeral establishment. These requesters will be required to provide a sworn statement which should be notarized.

Persons ineligible for certified records may obtain certified informational copies. The requester may submit the application form and a notarized sworn statement to:

Vital Records
Solano County Assessor/Recorder
675 Texas Street Suite 2700
Fairfield, CA 94533-6338
Fax: (707) 784-9002

Requesters may also visit the vital records office to obtain records in person.