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Vallejo Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Vallejo City Public Records?

According to the California Public Records Act, Vallejo public records are non-confidential documents gathered, maintained, and disseminated by government bodies in the city as well as by their county or state-run alternatives. These records consist of information that may be written, typed, filmed, taped, or stored and transmitted digitally. Records are classified as public or confidential based on the information contained within. For instance, information that infringes on privacy laws, hinders the operations of government agencies, or may jeopardize the safety and health of an individual or the public mostly have limited access. Entirely records, confidential sections, or just certain information have statutory limitations on disclosure, but requesters can receive copies with redacted information.

Vallejo Crime Statistics

Crime statistics released for 2019 show that the Vallejo Police Department recorded a total of 4,938 property crimes and 1,086 violent crimes. Burglary was the most recorded crime with 2,890 incidents, followed by larceny with 1,142 cases. There were also 906 auto thefts, 603 aggravated assaults, 336 robberies, 135 rapes, and 12 homicide cases. In comparison, the city recorded a total of 4,572 property crimes and 1,010 violent crimes in 2018. Burglary was also the most recurring crime with 2,508 cases, followed by larceny with 1,079 incidents. There were also 985 larcenies, 544 aggravated assaults, 353 robberies, 107 rapes, and six homicides. An analysis of the data of both years shows that the city experienced a 4.4% rise in total crime rates.

Are Vallejo City Criminal Records Public?

Criminal records for the city of Vallejo are publicly available to members of the public, but with a few limitations. For instance, individuals can obtain personal criminal records, and authorized agencies can conduct criminal background checks for employment or licensing purposes. However, getting access to the complete criminal records of other persons for other purposes is limited to a few bodies. Juvenile records are also inaccessible.

Individuals interested in obtaining criminal records may conduct live scan fingerprint checks through the California Department of Justice, contact the Solano County Sheriff's Office for live-scan services, or local background checks through Vallejo Police Department at:

VPD Records Section
111 Amador Street
Vallejo, CA 94590
Phone: (707) 648-4425

The Criminal Division of the Solano Superior Court also provides criminal case information which individuals may obtain from the Vallejo Branch located at:

Solano Justice Building
321 Tuolumne Street
Vallejo, CA 94590

How to Obtain Police Reports and Arrest Records

Vallejo local crime reports, critical incident reports, and other police reports are available at the Vallejo Police Department (VPD). Individuals may obtain these records online or in-person through the Records Section of the VPD located at:

111 Amador Street
Vallejo, CA 94590
Phone: (707) 648-4425

Requestors may have to provide information such as the record subject's name, dates, and other information to complete the request. Individuals should also note that not all police reports are publicly accessible and are often restricted to directly involved parties. Vallejo arrest records may also be available on the Solano County Sheriff's Office website.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Vallejo City

Interested persons can obtain information on sex offenders who are residing in Vallejo City by using the search tools available on the Megan's Law website. Individuals with offender information may search the registry by name, while persons interested in finding offenders in a geographical area may search according to address, city, county, zip code, or map/device location.

Clicking on an offender in the search result page will redirect users to the sex offender's public profile, which may include information like identifying details, physical description, mugshot, offenses/conviction summary, address, and risk assessment information.

How to Find Vallejo City Inmate Records

The Solano County Sheriff-Coroner's Department maintains and provides information on individuals incarcerated in the Solano County Jail and other correctional facilities in the county. Individuals may use the jail booking logs or inmate search tool provided by the Sheriff's Office to obtain inmate information, which may include:

  • Full name, race, and gender
  • Booking date
  • Date of birth
  • Charge description
  • Bail amount
  • Arresting agency/ detention facility
  • Inmate number
  • Projected release date

Individuals may also contact the Sheriff's Office at:

5309 Union Avenue,
Suite 100,
Fairfield, CA 94533
Phone: (707) 784-7112 (Booking)
Phone: (707) 784-7010 (Records)

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Vallejo City Jail?

Individuals interested in visiting an inmate in any detention or correctional facility located in Solano County must register for on-site or remote video visitation online with the approved third-party site or at the jail visitation lobby. All visitors must adhere to the jail's visitation policy and schedule appointments 24 hours beforehand, according to the inmate's visiting hours. Individuals should take along valid photo identification to the appropriate facility at:

Solano County Claybank Detention Facility
2500 Claybank Road
Fairfield, CA 94533
Phone: (707) 784-7181

Solano County Justice Center Detention Facility
500 Union Avenue
Fairfield, CA 94533
Phone: (707) 421-7100

Solano County Stanton Correctional Facility
2450 Claybank Road
Fairfield, CA 94533
Phone: (707) 784-4830

Court Records

Vallejo court records are documents, files, and materials that contain information on the criminal, civil, and probate proceedings as well as judicial actions that took place in a court located in the city. These courts provide access to non-confidential records like dockets, case files, transcripts, and other court-generated documents. Courts in Vallejo City provide public access to various court documents and records on criminal, civil, and probate proceedings.

Locations of Courts in Vallejo City

Solano County Superior Court
Solano Justice Building
321 Tuolumne Street,
Vallejo, CA 94590
Phone: (707) 561-7380 (Civil)
Fax: (707) 648-6119 (Civil)
Phone: (707) 561-7880 (Criminal)
Fax: (707) 648-8101 (Criminal)
Phone: (707) 561-7860 (Traffic)

Are Vallejo City Court Records Public?

Due to the confidentiality of some information, not all Vallejo court records are available for public access and inspection. The California Public Records Act law restricts members of the public from obtaining court records that contain information such as:

  • Expunged criminal records
  • Sealed court files
  • Preliminary drafts, notes, and memos
  • Information under attorney-client privilege
  • Medical reports
  • Records undergoing investigation
  • Juvenile delinquency cases
  • Family or adoption records

Can You Look Up a Vallejo City Court Case Online?

Online accessibility to Vallejo City court records depends on the case. Some court records are obtainable by paying visits to the court or mailing request forms/letters to the court clerk, while information may be available online through third-party sites or with the Solano Court Connect tool. Searches may be done by party name, case type, or business name.

How to Obtain Vallejo City Civil Court Case Records

Interested persons may obtain information on civil court cases online with the Solano Court Connect tool, which can be used to search for cases using party name, case type, business name, and so on. However, some case records are unavailable online and may require paying visits to the court or mailing request forms/letters to the court at:

Solano County Superior Court
Solano Justice Building
321 Tuolumne Street,
Vallejo, CA 94590
Phone: (707) 561-7380 (Civil)
Fax: (707) 648-6119 (Civil)

Requesters will have to provide record details, show government-issued photo identification, and pay 50 cents per page/side, $15 per name search that takes longer than 10 minutes, or $40 per certified document.

How to Obtain Vallejo City Criminal Court Records

Interested persons may obtain information on criminal court cases online with the Solano Court Connect tool, which can be used to search for cases using party name, case type, business name, and so on. However, some case records are unavailable online and may require paying on-site visits to the court or mailing request forms/letters to the Criminal Division of the court at:

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

Requesters will have to provide record details, show government-issued photo identification, and pay 50 cents per page/side, $15 per name search that takes longer than 10 minutes, or $40 per certified document.

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

What are Vallejo City Vital Records?

Vallejo vital records are government-generated records of live events, including births, deaths, marriages, and divorces that happen to individuals within the city jurisdiction. These documents include licenses, certificates, decrees, or letters that verify or certifies that the event took place. Individuals may obtain these documents locally or from the county and state-run depositories. However, potential requesters should note that not all Vallejo vital records are publicly available.

Where and How to Obtain Vallejo City Divorce Records

Original records of divorces obtained in Vallejo are available at the Solano Superior Court. Individuals may request for these records via mail or in-person by providing specific details on the divorces party, case numbers, and estimated date of divorce to the court, along with fees and a copy of valid photo identification to:

Solano County Superior Court
Hall of Justice
600 Union Avenue,
Fairfield, CA 94533
Phone: (707) 207-7340 (Family Law)
Fax: (707) 428-5017 (Family Law)

Individual may also obtain Vallejo divorce records from the California Department of Public Health by mailing completed application forms, fees, and a self-addressed stamped envelope to:

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

The Solano Superior Court charges 50 cents per page/side, $15 per name search that takes longer than 10 minutes, or $40 per certified document. However, the CDPH charges $14 per copy.

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Vallejo City

Confidential Vallejo marriage certificates are available at the Solano County Clerk's Office. However, only the husband or wife named on the records, and persons with court orders can obtain certified copies of these records for $20 per copy. These persons may request these records by submitting or mailing notarized application forms, along with fees and a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:

Solano County Clerk
675 Texas Street,
Suite 1900
Fairfield, CA 94533
Phone: (707) 784-7485

Fees must be in the form of money orders made payable to the Solano County Clerk.

Where and How to Get Public Vallejo City Marriage Records

Public Vallejo marriage records are available at the Solano County Assessor-Recorder Office. Interested persons may obtain certified or informational copies of these records by mailing application forms or submitting it in person along with $17 per copy and a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:

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

Requestors must include a personal check, cashier's check, or money order made out to Solano County Vital Records. The office charges a fee of $17 for each requested copy. Individuals should note that certified copies are mainly available to persons with direct claims and interests.

Where and How to Find Dallas Vallejo City Birth Records

The Solano County Assessor/Recorder maintains records of births that happened in Vallejo City and other areas of the county. Individuals with direct claims and interests may obtain certified copies of Vallejo birth records, while informational copies are generally available but do not contain sensitive information. Interested individuals should submit completed application forms, in person or via mail to:

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

Individuals should mail or submit the form along with a self-addressed, stamped envelope and $30 per requested copy, paid with personal check, cashier's check, or money order made payable to Solano County Vital Records.

Where and How to Find Dallas Vallejo City Death Records

Vallejo death records are available at the Solano County Assessor/Recorder Office. Individuals with direct claims and interests may obtain certified copies of Vallejo death records, while informational copies are generally available but do not contain sensitive information. Interested individuals should submit completed application forms, along with $23 per copy and a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:

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

Requesters should pay fees with personal checks, cashier's checks, or money orders made payable to Solano County Vital Records.