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Turlock Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Turlock Public Records?

According to the California Public Records Act, Turlock City public records are any records created and stored by government agencies while performing government business. However, some records may be restricted by law and have parts of them redacted or blocked from public view. Examples of such records include:

  • Any records about pending litigation to which the city is a party (record becomes public after litigation or claim has been settled)
  • Any documents covered by the attorney-client privilege
  • Exam questions and scoring keys
  • Personnel, medical, or other similar files, the disclosure of which would constitute an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy.
  • Any initiative, referendum, and recall petitions

Turlock Crime Statistics

The Turlock Police Department is required to compile and submit monthly crime statistics to the FBI using their Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) system. Comparing the UCR data from 2018 and 2019, the city recorded a 4.6% increase in assaults, a 21.4% decrease in arson, and a 1.3% increase in larceny. There was also a recorded 2.4% decrease in total violent crimes while robbery and burglary reduced by 25% and 0.6% respectively.

Are Turlock’s Criminal Records Public?

Under the California Public Records Act, not all Turlock criminal records are open to the public. Records such as criminal histories are restricted to the person on the record, law enforcement, and employers like security firms and schools checking on potential employees. Residents can request a local criminal record check by contacting the Turlock Police department and paying the required fee of $25. The check is not fingerprint-based and the requester is required to come to the Turlock Police Department in person with a valid form of identification.

How to Obtain Police Reports and Arrest Records

To obtain copies of Turlock City police reports, the requester will need to fill the online report request or contact the Turlock City Police Department at:

Turlock Police Records
244 N. Broadway
Turlock, CA 95380
Phone: (209) 668-5550 ext 6600

If a hard copy request form was obtained from the police department it can be returned by mail, fax, and in person. After the request has been approved, it can be picked up or be returned by mail or fax using the information given on the request form. There is no charge for the first 15 pages of a report, any pages after that will cost $0.15 each.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Turlock

Turlock City Sex offender information can be obtained by visiting the Meagan’s Law page of the California Department of Justice. This provides access to the sex offender database for the whole of California. The search tool on the web page allows users to search for sex offenders by name, address, zip code, city, or within a specific area.

How to Find Turlock Inmate Records

Information about inmates from Turlock City can be acquired using the search tool on the website of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR). Inmates arrested in Turlock are usually transferred to the jail facilities run by the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s office. Information on such inmates can be found on the in-custody page on the sheriff’s office website. This inmate list provides information such as inmate name, booking number, booking date, date of birth, arresting agency, bail status, holding facility, and release date.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Turlock City Jail?

Inmates arrested in Turlock are usually detained in one of the detention facilities operated as the Public Safety Center (SC) of the Stanislaus Sheriff’s Office. There are several units with the SC housing men and women in maximum and minimum security. The facilities offer contact, non-contact, and video visits. Visits to inmates must be scheduled in advance using the GTL scheduling application and are expected to check-in 30 minutes before their visit. Full information about visiting inmates and visitation schedules for the different units and facilities can be found on the visitation page of the sheriff's office website. Inmates' families can also call the SC at (209) 525-5630 to book visits and for general information about the facilities and inmates.

Court Records

The Stanislaus County Superior Court maintains and provides access to court records for Turlock City. Requesters can request various records for criminal, civil, family law, and traffic cases. Members of the public have the option of requesting copies of most records or viewing them online.

Locations of Courts in Turlock

The name and location of the court in Turlock are listed below:

Stanislaus County Superior Court - Turlock
300 Starr Avenue, Turlock, CA 95380
Phone: (209) 530-3100

Are Turlock Court Records Public?

Not every court record for Turlock City will be available for public view under the public records act. Some records may be classified by the court or made confidential by law, these records will not be available for public view. Some examples of these records include juvenile cases and child custody cases.

Can You Look Up a Turlock Court Case Online?

Various Turlock City court records are available online on the online case index portal on the Stanislaus County Superior Court website. Users on the website will be able to search for case records, court dates, and pay some court fees. Not all records will be available online, any confidential or restricted records will also be unavailable online.

How to Obtain Turlock Criminal Court Case Records

Criminal records for Turlock City can be obtained by contacting the Criminal Division of the Stanislaus County Superior Court. Requests may come in person to the courthouse and use the provided computers or fill and return the court record request form available online. Requests should be directed to the criminal division at:

Criminal Division
800 11th Street, Room 140
P.O. Box 1098
Modesto, CA 95353
(209) 530-3100

The records can also be searched online on the case index portal on the county superior court website. Criminal records cost $0.50 per page and an extra $40 for certification. Mailed requests are usually processed in a minimum of 8 weeks.

How to Obtain Turlock Civil Court Records

Criminal records for Turlock city can be obtained by visiting Stanislaus County Superior Court Civil Division at:

Clerk's Office: City Towers Courthouse
801 10th Street, 4th floor
Modesto, CA 95354

Requesters may also obtain information on how to request records in person or by mail by calling the courthouse at (209) 530-3100. Records are also available online via the online case index on the superior court website.

What are Turlock Vital Records?

Turlock vital records refer to the documents that record the life events that have taken place within the city. These records include birth and death records, marriage certificates, and divorce records. These records are created and stored by the government agencies in charge of those events like the vital records offices, county clerks, and superior civil courts. California law restricts the issuing of vital records to only authorized persons, unauthorized persons can request an informational copy. These informational records cannot be used for any official business.

Where and How to Obtain Turlock Divorce Records

Turlock divorce records are created and maintained by the Family Law Division of the Stanislaus County Superior court. Information on obtaining divorce records for Turlock City can be obtained by contacting the Family Law Clerk at:

Stanislaus County Superior Court
Family Law Clerk's Office
1st Floor
1100 I Street, Modesto, CA
Phone: (209) 530-3100

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Turlock

Turlock confidential marriage records can be obtained from the Stanislaus County Clerk-Recorder. Confidential marriage records can only be issued to any one of the married couple or an individual authorized by the court. Marriage records can be obtained by mail or over the counter at the Clerk-Recorder’s office. To request a confidential marriage record the marriage certificate application form must be filled along with the attached sworn statement. If the request is made in person the sworn statement must be filled in front of office staff and mailed copies must be notarized. The completed form and the sworn statement can be returned in person or by mail to the Clerk-Recorder’s office at:

1021 I Street, Suite 101
Modesto, CA 95354
Phone: (209) 525-5250
Fax: (209) 525-5804

The marriage certificate costs $15 which can be paid in cash or checks and money orders made payable to Stanislaus County Clerk-Recorder.

Where and How to Get Public Turlock Marriage Records

Turlock public marriage certificates can be obtained by individuals apart from the parties to the marriage. Requesters may obtain either an authorized or informational copy of the public marriage records. Informational copies are issued to unauthorized requesters and anyone who does not fill a marriage application form and notarize the attached sworn statement. Informational copies contain the same information but are marked as informational and cannot be used for official business. The completed form can be returned to the office of the Stanislaus County Clerk-Recorder in person at 021 I Street, Suite 101, Modesto, CA 95354. The request can also be mailed to

Stanislaus County Clerk-Recorder
P.O. Box 1670
Modesto, CA 95353-1670

The cost of the marriage certificate is $15 per copy which is payable in checks or money orders made out to the Stanislaus County Recorder-Clerk.

Where and How to Find Turlock Birth Records

Turlock birth certificates can be requested from the Stanislaus County Recorder-Clerk or the Stanislaus County Health Services Agency (HSA). two forms of the certificate are available for request, the authorized and informational copies.

Obtaining Copies of Turlock Birth Certificates

The authorized and informational copies of the Turlock birth certificate can be obtained by filling the birth certificate application and attached sworn statement available online. If the request is made in person the sword statement must be filled in front of staff mailed or faxed requests must have the statement notarized. The complete forms can be returned to the Stanislaus County HSA or Clerk-Recorder. The authorized copies will only be issued to the following:

  • The child or registrant identified on the certificate
  • A parent, legal guardian, child, grandparent, grandchild, sibling, spouse, or domestic partner of the registrant.
  • A party entitled to receive the record as a result of a court order or an attorney or licensed adoption agency seeking the birth record to comply with a court order’s requirements.
  • A member of a law enforcement agency or a representative of another governmental agency, as provided by law, who is conducting official business.
  • An attorney representing the registrant or the registrant’s estate, or any person or agency appointed by a court to act on behalf of the registrant or the registrant’s estate.

Informational copies are issued to requesters not among the authorized list or who do not fill and notarize the sworn statement attached to the application. Informational copies are marked as informational and cannot be used to establish identity. The completed forms can be brought into the office in person, mailed, or faxed to:

Stanislaus County Clerk-Recorder
1021 I Street, Suite 101
Modesto, CA 95354
Mail: P.O. Box 1670, Modesto, CA 95353-1670
Fax: (209) 209.525-5804

The fee for the Turlock birth certificate is $28 per copy in checks or money orders made payable to the Stanislaus County Clerk-Recorder.

Where and How to Find Turlock Death Records

Turlock City death records can be obtained from the Stanislaus County Recorder-Clerk. There are two forms of death certificate:

  • An authorized copy
  • An informational copy.

Authorized copies are only issued to requesters with direct relation to the deceased and who fill and notarizes the sworn statement attached to the application form. The informational copies are marked as such and cannot be used for official reasons like establishing an identity. They will be issued to requesters, not on the authorized list or who do not fill the sworn statement. Individuals authorized to request authorized copies of death certificates are:

  • A parent, legal guardian, child, grandparent, grandchild, sibling, spouse, or domestic partner of the deceased.
  • A party that is entitled to receive the record as a result of a court order.
  • A member of a law enforcement agency or a representative of another governmental agency, as provided by law, while conducting official business.
  • An attorney representing the registrant or the registrant’s estate, or any person or agency empowered by statute or appointed by a court to act on behalf of the deceased or their estate.
  • Any agent or employee of a funeral establishment who acts within the scope of his or her employment and who orders certified copies of death certificates on behalf of individuals listed above.
  • An agent under power of attorney for health care, competent surviving spouse, surviving competent adult child, surviving competent parent, and other surviving competent adult persons respectively in the next degrees of kinship.

The death certificates can be ordered in person by coming to the Stanislaus County Clerk-Recorder’s Office and filling the death certificate application. For in-person requests, the application and attached sworn statement must be filled in front of the clerk and handed in. For mailed requests, a written request or a printed application form with the sworn statement notarized should be mailed or faxed to the Clerk-Recorder’s Office. All requests should be directed to the:

Stanislaus County Clerk-Recorder
1021 I Street, Suite 101
Modesto, CA 95354
Mail: P.O. Box 1670, Modesto, CA 95353-1670
Fax: (209) 209.525-5804

Turlock City death certificates cost $21 per certified copy. Payments can be made in checks and money orders made payable to the Stanislaus County Clerk-Recorder. Requesters may also pay cash for in-person requests.