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Tehama County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Tehama County Arrest Records?

Tehama County Arrest Records are official documents showing the arrest details of an individual apprehended by a law enforcement agency in the county. The information on this record includes personal information (i.e., name and date of birth) and identification of the arrested individual. Arrest records are different from criminal records. While the former only shows an individual’s arrest history, the latter reveals that the individual has been convicted of his crime. Interested persons can request arrest reports at the federal, state, and county levels.

Crime Statistics of Tehama County

According to the 2017 FBI Uniform Crime Report for California, Red Bluff, the county seat in Tehama County has a total crime index of 1,120 offenses. This includes 160 violent crimes and 960 property crimes. Violent crimes reported include no murder case, 29 rapes, 31 robberies, and 100 aggravated assaults. Property crimes reported include 156 burglaries, 698 larcenies, 106 motor vehicle thefts, and ten arsons.

The report showed an 11% reduction in crime rate compared to the 2016 statistics. In 2016, there were 1256 overall crimes recorded in Red Bluff. There is no change in murder cases. However, robberies, aggravated assaults, burglary, larceny, and motor vehicle theft reduced by 11%, 4%, 40%, 3%, and 11%, respectively. Rape and arson cases increased by 31% and 20%, respectively.

What are Tehama County Criminal Records?

Criminal Records in Tehama County are created and filed when a suspect is pronounced guilty by the court. This record contains personal information like names, phone, date of birth, address, height, weight, and gender of the criminal. Other details included in the document are

  • Arrest history and search warrants
  • Mug shots, height, fingerprints, color, weight and any other identification of the convict
  • Inmate information includes the date of entry, detention facility location, bail/bond details, and probable release date.
  • Court records

The California Department of Justice, under the leadership of the Attorney General, maintains a statewide central repository of criminal information and provides criminal background checks to individuals and businesses. Interested persons can get similar records at the County Sheriff’s Office and other local Police Departments.

How Do I Get Tehama County Criminal Records?

Tehama County Sheriff’s Office helps interested county residents obtain criminal history records. The records division is opened to individuals from Monday to Friday between the working hours. Interested individuals can either call the department or visit the office at:

22840 Antelope Boulevard
Red Bluff, CA 96080
Phone: (530) 529-7900
Fax: (530) 529-7933

Arrest reports and other forms of criminal records are available at any of the Police Departments in Tehama County.

California Highway Patrol - Red Bluff Area
2550 Main Street
Red Bluff, CA

Corning Police Department
774 Third Street
Corning, CA

Red Bluff Police Department (Tehama County Police)
555 Washington Street
Red Bluff, CA

In the US state of California, criminal history records are only available to authorized persons. Authorized persons can be the record holder, law enforcement agencies, or a requester directed by any law enforcement agency. To obtain a certified fingerprint-based criminal history record, here are the following requirements needed by the requester:

  • Purpose of request
  • Type of files, which can vary from just arrest fingerprints to complete RAP sheet
  • Personal information of the record holder
  • Personal data of the requester (i.e., driver’s license number, CII number, FBI number, official name, etc.);
  • Case number and jurisdiction;
  • Official name and title of the requestor
  • Complete mailing address and telephone number (P.O. Boxes are not accepted)
  • Date of response
  • A cover letter, which is written on the letterhead of the applicant’s agency (recommended).

Completed request forms can be submitted through Fax, Email, or Mail using the address below:

California Department of Justice
Attn: Custodian of Records
Bureau of Criminal Information and Analysis
PO. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
Fax: (916) 731-3618,
Email: Keeperofrecords@doj.ca.gov

Where Can I Find Tehama County Sex Offender Information?

Information on sex offenders in Tehama County is available on the Megan’s Law Webpage provided by the Departments of Justice. Megan Law came into existence in 1996 after a seven-year-old native of New Jersey was raped and murdered by a convicted child molester. The law, which came into full effect in September 1996, allowed law enforcement agencies to make public information on sex offenders. Interested persons can obtain this information by performing a name search using the first or last name of the offender or by completing a map search using the address of the offender.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Tehama County Jail?

Information on how to visit the Tehama County Jail is available at the County Sheriff’s Office. The jail facility is located at:

Tehama County Jail
502 Oak St
Red Bluff, CA 96080
Phone: (530) 529-7910

Tehama County Jail is opened every day for online (video) and on-site visitation. However, visitors are expected to make appointments 24 hours before arrival. Also, visitors are advised to read the visitation rules and schedules to make their visit smooth and enjoyable.

Where and How to Find Tehama County Inmate Information

Interested persons will find all information about inmates in Tehama County on the Current Inmate Listing. The online access is managed and provided by the County Sheriff Department. Statewide inmate search is provided by the CDCR (California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation). Users can find the state’s inmate on the Public Inmate Locator System only if they know the CDCR number or last name of the inmate.

What are Tehama County Court Records?

Court records in Tehama County are documents that reveal information on court proceedings, dockets, indictments, transcripts, and depositions. These documents are in the custody of the court that decided the case. And so, they can be obtained by visiting the court in person or via mail.

Tehama Court records are filed by the court clerk and stored for later use during an appeal, an investigation, or for public use. In the state of California, court records are public records following the SB-1421 law. Therefore, the files are easily accessible online via the Appellate Courts Case Information webpage. Interested persons can access any court case using the case number, the name of the organization, the attorney, or the case caption.

Location of All Courts in Tehama County

The names, addresses, and contact information of courthouses in Tehama County are as follows:

First Superior Court - Tehama County Civil Division
633 Washington Street,
Red Bluff, CA 96080
Phone: (530) 527-6441
Fax: (530) 527-0984

Second Superior Court - Tehama County Criminal and Traffic Divisions
445 Pine Street,
Red Bluff, CA 96080
Phone: (530) 527-3563
Fax: (530) 527-0956

Third Superior Court - Tehama County Juvenile Justice Center
1790 Walnut Street,
Red Bluff, CA 96080
Phone: (530) 527-3563
Fax: (530) 527-0956

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What are Tehama County Vital Records?

Vital Records of Tehama County include information on marriage, divorce, birth, and death within the county. The central repository for vital records in the state of California is the California Department of Public Health Vital Records. County residents can contact the County Clerk and Recorder for similar files. There is personal information on all vital records, and so, they are only available to applicants who meet the requirements of the record custodian. Applicants can either visit the county clerk and recorder in person or send a mail to the office. Online requests are only available through third-party websites.

Where and How to Get Tehama County Divorce Records

Divorce records in Tehama County are available at the court where the divorce case is settled. In the US state of California, only divorce records between 1962 to June 1984 are available at the state Department of Public Health. Requesters seeking earlier will have to submit a request to the superior court clerk. Details such as the petition date, the record file number, and the spouses’ names are necessary to prove the applicant’s eligibility. Each copy of the divorce record from the CDPH-VR costs $14 payable to ’CDPH-Vital Records’ in the form of a money order and check only. Completed divorce records forms should be sent to:

California Department of Public Health
P.O. Box 997377
MS 0500
Sacramento, CA 95899-7377
Phone: (916) 558-1784
Email: CHSIVitalRrecords@cdph.ca.gov

Where and How to Get Tehama County Marriage Records

Certified Marriage records in Tehama County are provided by the CDPH Vital Records Office in California. The records are available after six months of the union. Only applicants who can be the registrant (married couple), a relative of the registrant, or legal representatives of the registrant are eligible to get marriage certificates from the custodian. The eligible applicant should download and complete the marriage request form. Submission of the completed form, attached with a $15 check or money order payable to ’CDPH-Vital Records’ should go to:

California Department of Public Health
P.O. Box 997377
MS 0500
Sacramento, CA 95899-7377
Phone: (916) 558-1784
Email: CHSIVitalRrecords@cdph.ca.gov

Where and How to Get Tehama County Birth Records and Death Records

Birth and death certificates are available either at the County Clerk and Recorder office or CDPH Vital Records office. These records are available after two weeks of the event. Eligible applicants, who are either related to the registrant or legal representatives of the record holder, can apply for the files. While each certified copy of birth record costs $25, death record costs $21. To obtain the certificates, applicants should

  1. Download and fill birth or death request form
  2. Attach the appropriate fee for the requested record payable to ’CDPH-Vital Records’ in the form of the money order and check only
  3. Mail the details to either the California Department of Health office or the County Clerk and Recorder office below:

Tehama County Recorder
633 Washington Street, Room 11
PO. Box 250
Red Bluff, CA 96080
Office (530) 527-3350
FAX (530) 527-1745

OR

California Department of Public Health
P.O. Box 997377
MS 0500
Sacramento, CA 95899-7377
Phone: (916) 558-1784
Email: CHSIVitalRrecords@cdph.ca.gov