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Vacaville Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Vacaville City Public Records?

Vacaville City public records contain information related to a government agency's conduct of public business. According to the CPRA, public records may be writings, documents, printings, photographs, fax records, photocopies, electronic mail, records that contain sounds or videos, and all other records produced, used, or owned by a public agency, regardless of characteristics or physical form.

The CPRA states that interested persons may obtain public records from the respective record custodians by submitting official requests. Regardless, some records are not open to public disclosure as they contain information considered confidential. Examples of non-public records include:

  • Examination scoring keys and test questions created or maintained for licensing, employment, or academic examinations. According to the CPRA, agencies may disclose these examination records after use, if the information is not scheduled for future use
  • Personnel files created or maintained by an agency if public access would breach an individual’s privacy
  • Records of litigation where the agency is a party to the case, has laid claims, or is a party of interest. Records may be available to the general public after the court’s final judgment or other method of adjudication
  • Real estate appraisals, assessments, or estimates necessary for property acquisition or property construction contracts.
  • Confidential or sensitive information contained in medical records, unless the record’s subject allows disclosure
  • Investigative and intelligence records created by law enforcement agencies, containing details of pending cases
  • Taxpayer records privately received by an agency if public access would be disadvantageous to the party that provided the information
  • Governor’s Office correspondences between staff, from the Governor, or received by the Governor
  • Firearm license application records of disclosure that would compromise the medical history, vulnerability, or psychological history of the applicant or the applicant’s family
  • All records containing information considered exempt by state or federal law

Public city records may also be accessible from third-party websites. Record seekers may either opt to use these non-governmental platforms to search for a specific record or multiple city records. However, users will need to provide enough information to assist with the search such as:

  • The address of the requestor
  • A case number or file number (if known)
  • The location of the document or person involved
  • The name of the subject involved in the record (not juvenile)
  • The last known or current address of the registrant

Third-party sites are not sponsored by government agencies. Because of this, record availability and results may vary.

Vacaville City Crime Statistics

Statewide information on crime activity and other criminal justice data is published online by the California Department of Justice (DOJ) through its Open Justice initiative. In 2020, Open justice revealed that the Vacaville City Police Department reported 2,015 offenses, including 247 violent crimes, 1,760 property crimes, and 8 arson incidents. Specific violent crimes include 2 homicide cases, 36 rape incidents, 50 robberies, and 159 aggravated assault incidents. Furthermore, 159 burglary incidents, 182 motor vehicle thefts, and 1,419 larceny-theft incidents were listed property crimes. Compared with the 2,781 total reported in 2019, the DOJ's 2020 total is a 27.5% reduction in crime activity.

Are Vacaville City Criminal Records Public?

Access to Vacaville City criminal records varies depending on the information and requester. For instance, members of the public can obtain records containing criminal history information on themselves. Third-party requests are also open to certain authorized requestors, including employers such as law enforcement agencies, security organizations, and elderly or child care organizations. Vacaville criminal records are also available to law enforcement agencies for official purposes.

The California Department of Justice (DOJ) maintains statewide criminal records and provides copies to eligible requestors. California residents may submit completed copies of the Live Scan Form in English or Spanish and also obtain fingerprinting services from a Public Live Scan Site. Persons living outside California should use the State Summary Application (English or Spanish) and contact local law enforcement for fingerprinting. Eligible requestors should submit requests by mail to the:

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

How to Obtain Vacaville City Police Reports and Arrest Records

The Vacaville City Police Department (VPD) maintains police records and issues copies through its Records Section. To obtain Vacaville City arrest records or police reports, each requester must complete the VPD’s request form with details of the desired record. Applicants must specify the type of record and provide a VPD case number, names of involved persons, incident location, incident date and time, and any known additional information. Each record costs 25 cents per page and requires the requestor to provide valid photo identification. All eligible persons should submit requests to the:

Vacaville City Police Department
660 Merchant Street
Vacaville, CA 95688
Hours: 8:00 am to 5:30 pm
Phone: (707) 449-5229

Interested persons should note that not all police records are public. If the request is for a confidential record, the VPD will inform the requestor and explain the record's unavailability. Furthermore, Vacaville arrest records are not released to the public. Interested persons may receive arrest records directly or through their attorneys at the first court arraignment. Persons who do not receive records at the arraignment may contact the:

Solano County District Attorney’s Office
Solano County Government Center - Fairfield
675 Texas Street
Suite 4500
Fairfield, CA 94533-6340
Phone: (707) 784-6800
Fax: (707) 784-7986
Hours: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Email: SolanoDA@solanocounty.com

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Vacaville City

Persons seeking Vacaville City sex offender information may search the state’s sex offender registry. Through the Megan's Law Website, the California Department of Justice provides public access to information on sex offenders registered in the state. All parties may search by providing the offender's first and last names, street number, street name, and zip code. Users may also restrict search results by entering Vacaville in the city search box. Furthermore, residents can limit the search mile radius, specify that search results include transient offenders, or search using the user's device location. The DOJ's database shows each offender's photograph, full name, known aliases, date of birth, offense details, risk assessment information, and physical description.

How to Find Vacaville City Inmate Records

The Solano County Sheriff’s Office maintains records of county jail bookings and provides online access through its Jail Booking Logs. Records available on the database contain public data about persons booked into the Solano County Jail within the past seven days.

The Jail Booking Logs page only allows date searches. Interested parties may provide search date ranges, including start dates and end dates. Searchers may view each offender’s booking number, full name, booking date, date of birth, sex, race, address, and charge description.

Interested persons may also search a separate database for persons currently in jail. The Sheriff’s Office provides an in-custody page that is searchable by providing the first three letters of the inmate’s first or last name. Users who do not have this information may use the provided “Search All” button that displays a list of all inmates in custody. Available details include the inmate’s full name, inmate number, personal stats, location information, and projected release date. Other details including booking and charge information, such as a booking number, case number, and arrest information.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in the Vacaville City Jail?

The Solano County Sheriff’s Office houses county offenders in three detention facilities and offers on-site and remote visits. Persons interested in visiting Vacaville City inmates at any of the facilities must register online via the Sheriff’s Office’s third-party vendor. The facilities include the:

All in-person visits require each visitor to submit a valid government-issued ID that shows a current photograph and the visitor's date of birth. Acceptable examples include a DMV-issued California Driver's License, Military ID, California ID, or a Passport with a valid exit stamp. Each visitor must be at least 18 years old, unless emancipated or visiting with a parent or legal guardian. While parents and legal guardians must provide the minor's original birth certificate or guardianship court order, emancipated persons must provide the court's order of emancipation. Each parent is entitled to visit with a maximum of two children and one infant.

Each inmate is allowed two 30-minute visits per week, with two visitors per terminal. Visitation availability depends on the inmate’s status or housing unit location. All visits are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Interested visitors should note that arriving less than 15 minutes before the scheduled visit is considered late. Inmates may also receive two remote visits each day. For each 30-minute session, social and professional visits cost $9 and $25, respectively.

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What are Vacaville City Vital Records

Vacaville City vital records are records of marriages, divorces, births, and deaths that happen in the city. Residents may access these records by contacting the applicable record custodian for online or physical copies. However, not all Vacaville vital records are public records.

Where and How to Obtain Vacaville City Divorce Records

The Solano County Superior Court maintains records of all county divorces. Persons interested in obtaining copies of Vacaville City divorce decrees should submit mail or in-person requests to the Superior Court’s Family Law Division. All requests should properly describe records, and include the case number or the first and last names of both parties, and the exact or approximate divorce year. Mail requests require checks or money orders made out to the Solano Superior Court, and self-addressed, stamped, and legal-sized envelopes. Certified copies of Vacaville divorce decrees cost $15 each. Persons requesting plain copies may send checks or money orders not to exceed $20. All requesters should visit or send mail orders to the court using the following details:

Solano County Superior Court
Family Law Division
600 Union Avenue
Fairfield, CA 94533
Phone: (707) 207-7340
Email: familydivision@solano.courts.ca.gov
Hours: 7:30 am to 5:00 pm, Mondays through Fridays

The Solano County Superior Court’s website also provides a case search for online access to divorce court records. Interested parties may search by name or case type. Parties may also search judgments or display case information and activities.

Where and How to Get Public Vacaville City Marriage Records

Vacaville City marriage records are obtainable at the Solano County Recorder’s Office. All interested persons may obtain copies of these records by submitting mail or in-person requests to the Recorder’s Office. However, access to certified copies is restricted to the following requestors:

  • Either party named on the record
  • Either party’s child, grandchild, sibling, spouse, registered domestic partner, or grandparent
  • Either party’s parent or legal guardian
  • A representative of a government agency requesting as allowed by law
  • Either party’s attorney
  • Anyone authorized by statute to receive copies

All other persons may obtain informational copies of Vacaville City marriage certificates. However, these copies are marked as informational and are not valid for legal or identity purposes.

To request by mail, each requestor should complete a marriage record application and send it to the Recorder’s Office with a $17 check or money order made out to “Solano County Vital Records”. Requests for certified copies of Vacaville City marriage certificates require the attached sworn statement signed before a Notary Public. Applicants should send orders to the:

Solano County Assessor/Recorder
Attention: Vital Records Division
675 Texas Street
Suite 2700
Fairfield, CA 94533
Email: recorder@solanacounty.com
Phone: (707) 784-6294
Fax: (707) 784-9002

Where and How to Find Vacaville City Birth Records

Interested persons may request Vacaville City birth records from the Solano County Recorder’s Office. All members of the general public may receive informational copies of desired birth records. However, only the following persons are authorized to obtain certified copies of Vacaville City birth certificates:

  • The registrant named on the record
  • The registrant’s child, sibling, grandchild, grandparent, spouse, or registered domestic partner
  • A law enforcement or other government representative
  • Anyone entitled to request following a court order
  • An attorney acting on behalf of the registrant or the registrant’s estate
  • A licensed adoption agency as provided by law

Applicants may send completed copies of the birth record application with $30 checks or money orders made out to “Solano County Vital Records”. Requests for certified copies require signed and notarized sworn statements. All interested persons should submit applications to the:

Solano County Assessor/Recorder
Attention: Vital Records Division
675 Texas Street
Suite 2700
Fairfield, CA 94533
Email: recorder@solanacounty.com
Phone: (707) 784-6294
Fax: (707) 784-9002

Where and How to Find Vacaville City Death Records

Vacaville City death records are obtainable at the Solano County Recorder’s Office. Death records are available as informational and certified copies, requestable via mail and in-person requests. The following persons may obtain certified copies of Vacaville City death certificates:

  • The decedent’s parent or legal guardian
  • The decedent’s child, spouse, domestic partner, grandchild, sibling
  • A representative of a government agency or law enforcement agency conducting official business as provided by law
  • An attorney representing the decedent or the decedent’s estate
  • An executor of the decedent’s estate
  • A funeral establishment’s employee or agent requesting for official business as provided by law
  • Anyone with power of attorney

Persons ineligible to obtain certified copies of Vacaville death certificates may obtain informational copies. All persons requesting via mail should complete the death record application with the decedent’s full name, date of death, and place of death. Requestors eligible to receive certified copies must have the application’s sworn statement signed and notarized. Mail requestors must submit checks and money orders payable to “Solano County Vital Records”. All applicants should forward requests to the:

Solano County Assessor/Recorder
Attention: Vital Records Division
675 Texas Street
Suite 2700
Fairfield, CA 94533
Email: recorder@solanacounty.com
Phone: (707) 784-6294
Fax: (707) 784-9002