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Yuba City Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Yuba City Public Records?

California's Public Records Act describes public records as information regardless of its physical characteristics, created, used, or maintained by the city's governmental entities. These are records created by the government entities during or in regards to performing official government business in the city.

Public records remain so regardless of their physical form or medium of storage. Yuba City public records can come in various forms, including written and typed documents, paper copies, video or audio recordings. Some records are even maintained as computerized data, pictures, maps, and electronic messages. In some cases, public records may be sealed or have bits of it redacted or removed if they contain information exempt from public view by law. Examples of information that is exempt under public record law include the following:

  • Test questions, scoring keys, and any other examination materials that are used to administer academic, employment, or licensing examinations.
  • Any records or information covered under attorney-client privilege.
  • Petitions with regards to referendums, initiatives, and recalls are exempt from public view.
  • Any records whose disclosure is exempted by state or federal laws or statutes.
  • Medical, personnel, and other similar files whose disclosure would constitute an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy.
  • Records containing information about any pending litigation the city or government agency is a party to. Such information remains exempted until the case or claim has been settled.

Alongside official sources, public county records may also be accessible from third-party websites. Record seekers may 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.

Note: Government agencies do not sponsor third-party sites. Because of this, record availability and results may vary.

Yuba City Crime Statistics

The Yuba City Police Department collects and organizes the yearly crime data and statistics for the city. This information is then sent to the FBI to be added to the nationwide Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) database. According to the UCR data for 2018 and 2019, cases of murder, aggravated assault, and vehicle theft rose by 200%, 3.3%, 1.2%, respectively. In contrast, cases of rape, robbery, property crime, burglary, larceny, and arson fell by 20%, 30.7%, 1.3%, 1.7%, 1.6%, and 36.4%, respectively. Overall violent crime in the city also fell by 8.7% between 2018 and 2019.

Are Yuba City's Criminal Records Public?

Under California's Public Records Act. not all criminal records are considered public information. Some records may be exempt by statute or sealed by a court order. However, people who require a background or criminal history check on themselves may obtain one from the California Department of Justice, Bureau of Criminal Identification and Analysis. To obtain a copy of a criminal record, a requester must submit fingerprint images and pay the required fees. Requesters may also use the livescan form or visit public livescan centers to obtain fingerprint scans. Residents should submit the application to:

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

The fee for processing the request is $25 per request. Average processing time for requests is 2 to 3 days, but depending on the information in the record, it may increase to 2 weeks. The Yuba City Police Department also provides fingerprinting services by appointment at their office.

How to Obtain Police Reports and Arrest Records

Interested persons can obtain copies of police reports and the other law enforcement records for Yuba City from the Records Unit of the Yuba City Police Department. Residents can also obtain these records from the Sutter County Sheriff. Members of the public can request records from the Yuba City Police Department by contacting the records unit by calling (530) 822-2064 or emailing policerecords@yubacity.net. Eligible parties can also obtain records for incidents in Yuba City by contacting the records unit of the Sutter County Sheriff's Office at:

Records Unit
1077 Civic Center Boulevard
Yuba City, CA 95993
Phone: (530) 822-4393

Fees for copies of records are $0.10 per page. Requesters are required to show valid picture identification during any request. Record requests are usually processed in ten days from receipt of the request.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Yuba City

Information on sex offenders in Yuba City can be found on the Meagan's Law website maintained by the California Department of Justice. This website contains the online sex offender database and registry for all of California. The search tools on the site will allow a visitor to search for sex offenders in the state using criteria such as names, addresses, counties, cities, zip codes, and addresses.

How to Find Yuba City Inmate Records

Inmate information for inmates who were arrested in Yuba City can be obtained from the Sutter County Jail, where they are housed. The Sutter Sheriff's Office Online Services provides an online Inmate Search page which provides a list of all inmates currently detained at the facility. There is also a search tool that allows users to search for inmates using criteria such as name, race, custody date, and sex. The inmate records displayed online include name, age, race, sex, arrest date, arresting agency, mugshot, charges, and sentences. Requesters with any questions can call the county jail directly at (530) 822-7302.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Yuba City Jail?

Inmates arrested in Yuba City are usually housed at the Sutter County Jail operated by the Sutter County Sheriff Jail Division at:

1077 Civic Center Blvd,
Yuba City, CA 95993

Visitation at the county jail occurs every day of the week according to the inmates' population groups and the visitation schedule. Each inmate is entitled to no fewer than two visits totaling at least one hour per inmate per week. All visitors will be limited to one 30-minute visit per day. Appointments are not allowed. Each visitor must come to the facility on the day of visitation before visiting times and sign up to see an inmate. Visitors planning to see more than one inmate must complete one visit before signing up for another, and latecomers will miss their visit times. Rules and regulations for visitation day can be found on the visiting rules section of the sheriff's office website.

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What are Yuba City Vital Records?

Vital records for Yuba City document the life events that occur in the city. These include birth certificates, marriage certificates, divorce decrees, and death certificates. Eligible parties can obtain these records by contacting their custodians at the Sutter County Superior Court and the Sutter County Clerk-Recorder.

Where and How to Obtain Yuba City Divorce Records

Yuba City divorce records can be obtained from the Family Court Division of the Sutter County Superior Court, where the case would be heard. Interested persons can obtain the record by visiting the court in person or by mailing in a written request with enough information to locate the divorce record, such as:

  • The full names of all parties involved in the divorce
  • The case number of the divorce
  • The date of the divorce
  • The location where the divorce was heard (county)

Record seekers may also use the records request form available on the court website. An online records request form which can be printed out, filled out and mailed or filled online and submitted by email is also available. Requests submitted by mail should include the fees and a self-addressed and stamped envelope for returning the record. For any request that does not provide a case number to locate the record a search fee of $15 will be charged (a total of $30 to search both parties of the divorce). This should be in the form of a check submitted in person or along with the mailed request. However, if the search does not exceed 10 minutes, the check will be returned. All requests can be brought in person or mailed to the superior court at:

Sutter County Superior Court
ATTN: Traffic
1175 Civic Center Blvd
Yuba City, CA 95993

The form can also be submitted by faxing it to the court at (530) 822-3503 or emailing it to trafficdivision@suttercourts.com. For any inquiries, requesters may call the family law division of the superior court at (530) 822-3305.

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Yuba City

Requesters may obtain a marriage record for Yuba City from the Sutter County Department of the Clerk-Recorder. Confidential marriage records are restricted records and will only be released to a few eligible persons by mail or in-person. These persons are:

  • Either of the couple in the confidential marriage
  • Any party entitled to receive the record as a result of a court order(a certified copy of the court order must be included in the record request)

The records can be obtained in person by downloading and filling the in-person application for a certified marriage record. The form can be filled in front of the staff at the office located at:

Sutter County Clerk-Recorder
433 Second Street
Yuba City, CA 95991

After filling the form, the requester will be required to show valid identification and pay the fees. If the records are available, the copy is made immediately after payment is made. In-person requests can be paid for in cash, check, or money order.

To obtain a confidential record by mail, the requester must download the application for a certified marriage record. All requests for copies must include the following:

  • An address to mail the copy to
  • A daytime phone number in case there is a question or problem
  • The number of copies being requested
  • A check or money order to cover the fee for the requested copies
  • A self-addressed stamped envelope for the speedy return of the record

The completed form, the check or money order, and the self-addressed and stamped envelope should be mailed to the Sutter County Recorder-Clerk at:

Sutter County Clerk-Recorder
433 Second Street
Yuba City, CA 95991

Certified copies of the marriage record cost $15 per copy. As previously stated payment can be made in cash, checks, and money orders. Cash is only accepted during in-person requests, and all checks and money orders must be made payable to the Sutter County Clerk-Recorder. Personal checks are not accepted, and checks must have the account holder's name, address, phone number, account number, and check number preprinted on them.

Requesters who are not authorized to obtain a confidential marriage record will instead receive a letter confirming that the record exists as instructed by the Family Code.

Where and How to Get Public Yuba City Marriage Records

Non-confidential or public marriage records for Yuba City can be obtained from the Sutter County Clerk-Recorder's Office. Depending on if the requester is authorized by law, they may receive one of two types of certified marriage records. Requesters may receive either a certified non-confidential marriage record or a certified informational copy of the marriage record. Informational copies of certified marriage records contain the same information and cost the same but are marked as informational. Records marked as information cannot be used for any official purposes such as establishing identity.

Persons authorized to obtain the certified non-confidential marriage records include the following persons:

  • The registrant (either one of the parties to the marriage).
  • The parents, legal guardians, children, grandparents, grandchildren, siblings, spouse, or domestic partner of any of the registrants
  • A party entitled to receive the record as a result of a court order (the requester must include a certified copy of the court order with their request)
  • A member of a law enforcement agency or a representative of another governmental agency who is conducting official business as provided by the law.
  • An attorney representing the registrant or the registrant's estate, including any person or agency empowered by statute or appointed by a court to act on behalf of the registrant (if by power of attorney, a copy of the power of attorney must be added to the request).

Certified copies of the non-confidential marriage record can be obtained from the Sutter County Clerk-Recorder in person and by mail. In-person requests can be made by filling the in-person application for a certified marriage record and filling the non-confidential record section. To request the record in person, the requester may be required to fill and sign the application at the counter in front of Clerk-Recorder staff. The requester must also show valid government-issued picture identification. Individuals not among the listed authorized persons will receive the certified informational copy.

Requests by mail are carried out by filling out and signing the mail application for a certified marriage record in English and Spanish. The completed form should be mailed to the Sutter County Clerk-Recorder at:

Sutter County Clerk-Recorder
433 Second Street
Yuba City, CA 95991

If requesting a certified copy, the attached sworn statement must be filled out and notarized by a notary public. If the applicant is requesting an informational copy then filling the sworn statement is not required. Mailed requests should also include the correct fees and a self-addressed and stamped envelope to aid in the speedy return of the records. The cost of both types of non-confidential marriage records is $15 per copy. Payment for records in person is accepted in cash, checks, and money orders while mailed requests can be paid for in checks and money orders only. In-person requests are usually completed on the same day, and copies are issued after payment, while mailed requests take at least five working days.

Where and How to Find Yuba City Birth Records

Birth records for Yuba City can be obtained from the Sutter County Clerk-Recorder's Office. Under California Statute birth records are considered restricted, and certified authorized copies can only be issued to the following eligible persons:

  • The registrant (if now 18 years old or over)
  • The parents or legal guardians of the registrant
  • Any party authorized to receive the record as a result of a court order, or an attorney or a licensed adoption agency seeking the birth record in order to comply with the requirements of sections of the Family Code.
  • A member of a law enforcement agency or a representative of another governmental agency, as provided by law, who is conducting official business.
  • Any children, grandparents, grandchildren, siblings, spouse, or domestic partner of the registrant
  • 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 registrant or the registrant's estate.

Individuals not authorized by law to receive the authorized certified copies will receive an informational certified copy of the birth record instead. Informational copies cost the same and contain the same details as authorized copies but are marked informational and will not be accepted during official business. This includes activities such as establishing identity.

Obtaining Copies of Yuba City Birth Certificates

Both authorized and informational certified copies of the birth record can be obtained in person and by mail from the county clerk-recorder. The request can be made by filling and submitting the birth certificate application form in-person or by mail to the recorder clerk's office at:

Sutter County Clerk-Recorder
433 Second Street
Yuba City, CA 95991

Applicants are advised to read the instructions on the application and indicate on it which form of the record is being ordered. For requests in person, the applicant may be required to fill out and sign the form in front of staff and show valid government identification. In-person requests are usually completed after payment is made and copies are provided at that time.

For mailed requests, if an authorized certified copy is being requested, the attached notary acknowledgment must be completed and notarized by a notary public. If requesting an informational copy, the notarized statement is not necessary. Mailed requests should also include the fees in a check or money order and a self-addressed and stamped envelope for returning the record.

Birth records from the Sutter County Clerk-Recorder cost $25 per copy. Payment is accepted cash, debit or credit cards, checks, and money orders. Cash and card payments are only accepted during in-person requests and card payments will incur a convenience fee of $2.50 per payment.

Where and How to Find Yuba City Death Records

Death records for deaths that occurred in Yuba City are obtained from the Sutter County Clerk-Recorder. Death certificates are restricted under California Health and Safety, and authorized certified copies will only be issued to certain authorized persons. These persons are:

  • The parents or legal guardians of the decedent
  • The spouse or a registered domestic partner of the decedent
  • The children or siblings of the decedent
  • Law enforcement or government agencies
  • Individuals authorized by a court order(applicant must provide a copy of the court order)
  • An agent or employee of a funeral establishment within the scope of their employment
  • An attorney representing the registrant or the registrant's estate, or any person or agency empowered by statute. This includes agents appointed by a court to act on behalf of the registrant or the registrant's estate.

Applicants for the death records can receive one of two different forms of the death record. The authorized certified copy or the informational certified copy. Both are the same price and have the same information but informational copies are marked informational and are not be accepted for official purposes.

These records can be ordered by filling and submitting the Death Certificate Application available online in English and Spanish to the Sutter County Clerk-Recorder at:

Sutter County Clerk-Recorder
433 Second Street
Yuba City, CA 95991
Phone: (530) 822-7134
Fax: (530) 822-7214

The applicant can submit their application in person or by mailing it to the county clerk-recorder. During an in-person request at the public counter, requesters are required to fill the record in front of recorder-Clerk staff. After showing valid identification and paying the fees in-person requests are processed and the requested records are issued at that time.

Mailed requests are completed by mailing the completed form to the given address. Mailed requests should also include a self-addressed and stamped envelope to return the records or a prepaid overnight express mail envelope for expedited service. Mailed requests are usually processed in 5 working days. If an applicant is requesting an authorized certified copy by mail the notary acknowledgment section of the form must be completed and notarized. Any application where the user is not an authorized person or the acknowledgment is not filled out and notarized will receive an informational certified copy.

Death certificates cost $21 per copy and payment is accepted in cash, credit and debit cards, or checks and money orders for the correct amount. Card transactions will incur an additional convenience fee of $2.50 per transaction and with cash are only accepted during requests at the public counter. Checks and money orders should be payable to the Sutter County Clerk-Recorder.