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Camarillo Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Camarillo Public Records?

Per the California Open Records Act, Camarillo public records refer to all materials in writing or recording created, received, stored, filed, or amended by government bodies concerning a public business or activity. Under state law, public records may exist as books, maps, charters, photographs, emails, videotapes, audio files, memoranda, notes, drafts, minutes, and SMS. Furthermore, not all public records in Camarillo are publicly accessible. The state law generally restricts portions or whole documents if it violates an individual's right to privacy. Furthermore, it will redact documents that are not in the public's interest. Under the California Open Records Act, the following documents or files are exempt from public disclosure:

  • Documents containing unique identifying numbers, such as driver's license number, a person's social security number, and biometric identifiers;
  • Documents that reveal an individual's personal information (This may include medical records, home address and telephone number, and personal email addresses);
  • Medical records that violate the identity and privacy of concerned persons;
  • Law enforcement records that may interfere with an ongoing investigation or may disclose the identity of a crime victim or witness to a crime;
  • Trade secrets sent to a public agency for a license application (Trade secrets are exempt if the disclosure of the said documents will reduce a company's competitive advantage);
  • Architectural and official building plans of government-owned facilities;
  • Juvenile records and other sensitive compiled by law enforcement agencies;
  • Security protocol, plans, and strategies used in a government agency;
  • Information on crime witnesses and complainants;
  • Data about pending litigation that involves a public agency or entity;
  • Information on bids for contracts are exempt until a public agency make a final decision;
  • Minutes of the meeting of public entities closed to the public.
  • voters registration data, such as email address, home address, and other identifying information;
  • Preliminary or drafts used in decision-making by government agencies;
  • Location and data on archaeological sites and endangered species;

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

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

Camarillo Crime Statistics

The Camarilla Police Department is responsible for creating reports on all index crimes in the city. It also creates an annual report of all index crimes reported in the city. According to the 2019 crimes report, the City’s Police Department recorded 875 index crimes, including 58 violent crimes and 817 property crimes. The listed index crimes are - 22 rapes, 16 robberies, 20 aggravated assaults, 100 burglaries, 676 larceny-thefts, 41 motor vehicle thefts, and two arson. There was no reported murder in the 2019 report. Compared with the 2016 crime report, crime rates in Camarillo fell by 26 percent. Again, there was no reported murder in 2016. A further breakdown of these figures revealed a 27 percent decline in property-related index crimes. In contrast, violent crimes reduced by 53 percent within a three-year gap.

Are Camarillo Criminal Records Public?

Eligible persons interested in accessing Camarillo criminal records may contact the California Department of Justice. Camarillo residents and non-residents may obtain a copy of their criminal records by filling out the BCA 8016RR in English or Spanish. Furthermore, requesters must submit the completed form to the nearest Live Scan Centers in Camarillo. These are some of the Live Scan Centers in Camarillo City:

Ventura County Sheriff
800 South Victoria Avenue
Ventura, CA 93009
Phone: (805) 654-2371

CSU
Channel Islands
Police Department
One University Drive
Camarillo, CA 93012
Phone: (805) 437-8444

On the other hand, authorized agencies can obtain Camarillo criminal records via a court order or subpoena to the DOJ. The subpoena must contain these data:

  • The type of requested record;
  • Purpose of the request;
  • Case number and jurisdiction;
  • The record subject’s name and identifying information, such as date of birth;
  • The authorized agency’s mailing address;
  • Title and the official name of the agency.

In addition to this, the requesting agency must attach a cover letter using the agency’s official letterhead. Conversely, public defenders must attach a BCIA 8700 Form alongside the court order or subpoena when ordering for criminal records. The DOJ accepts requests for criminal records through email at Keeperofrecords@doj.ca.gov or Fax: (916) 731-3618. Authorized agencies may send the required documents via mail to:

California Department of Justice
Attn: Custodian of Records
Bureau of Criminal Information and Analysis
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170

How to Obtain Camarillo Police Reports and Arrest Records

Interested persons or entities can get copies of Camarillo police reports and arrest records from the Camarillo Police Department. As the custodian of police reports for the City, the police department maintains reports on all reported crimes. Record seekers may visit the Camarillo Police Department at:

601 Carmen Drive
Camarillo, CA 93010
Tel: (805) 388-5300
Fax: (805) 388-5318

The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office is the state-level custodian of all police reports generated by law enforcement agencies within the county. Record seekers may also find Camarillo police reports from the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office at:

Ventura County Sheriff’s Office
610 Spring Road
Moorpark, CA 93021
Phone: (805) 532-2700

Ventura County Sheriff - East Valley Station
2101 East Olsen Road
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
(805) 494-8208

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Camarillo

Record seekers can find information on all sex offenders in Camarillo City via the Megan’s Law website. Per the Penal Code § 290.46, the website maintains and updates all sex offender information in California. Record seekers can search for Camarillo sex offenders through a simple name-based sex offender search or an advanced sex offender search.

How to Find Camarillo Inmate Records

The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office hosts an online database for all past and current inmates in Camarillo’s correctional centers. To obtain Camarillo inmate records, record seekers must visit the online database and fill out the inmate’s name, birth date, or booking number.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Camarillo City Jail?

Inmates in Camarillo City are incarcerated at any of these locations:

Todd Road Jail
600 Todd Road
Santa Paula, CA 93060
Phone: (805) 933-8501

Ventura County Pre-Trial Detention Facility
800 South Victoria Avenue
Ventura, CA 93009
Phone: (805) 654-3335

Furthermore, inmates at these facilities can receive visitors via onsite or video visitation. Thus, visitors who prefer to use the remote visitation option must schedule an appointment on the Securus platform. On the other hand, visitors using the onsite visitation method must schedule an appointment at the correctional facility where the inmate is currently held. During visitation, visitors must wear appropriate attire. Furthermore, visitors present a valid photo ID before entering the facility. Visitors are also restricted from using cell phones or other personal effects during inmate visitations.

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

What are Camarillo Vital Records?

Camarillo vital records are official documents detailing the occurrence and specifics of life events reported within the city. The term "life events" includes birth, death, divorce, and marriage events. Interested public members can request to view or obtain online or offline copies of the documents from the public agency holding the records. That said, public agencies may allow only the record subject and other authorized persons or entities to obtain certified copies of Camarillo vital records. The Superior Court of California in Ventura County is the custodian of all divorce records in Camarillo City. At the same time, the Ventura County Clerk Recorder's Office maintains records of all marriage, birth, and death events.

Where and How to Obtain Camarillo Divorce Records

The Superior Court of California in Ventura County is the record custodian for Camarillo divorce records. To obtain divorce documents from the record custodian, interested public members may visit the Records Clerk of the Superior Court at:

Ventura County Superior Court - Ventura Hall of Justice
Ventura County Government Center
800 South Victoria Avenue
P.O. Box 6489
Ventura, CA 93006
Phone: (805) 289-8610 (Family Law)

At the Superior Court, requesters may opt to use the public terminals to view and get divorce records for free. On the other hand, requesting Camarillo divorce records from the Records Clerk attracts a $15 fee per name search. Furthermore, the Records Clerk charges $25 for certified copies of divorce documents.

Alternatively, Camarillo divorce records are obtainable via mail requests. Record seekers must send a written request detailing the record subjects' names, place, and time of the event in a self-addressed envelope to:

Ventura County Superior Court - Ventura Hall of Justice
Ventura County Government Center
800 South Victoria Avenue
P.O. Box 6489
Ventura, CA 93006

Where and How to Get Camarillo Marriage Records

The Ventura Clerk-Recorder maintains and updates records of Camarillo marriage licenses from 1873 to the present. Furthermore, it issues copies of marriage licenses to interested applicants. Record seekers may obtain Camarillo marriage records by scheduling an appointment at the Ventura County Government Center at:

Hall of Administration
Main Plaza
800 South Victoria Avenue
Ventura, CA 93009-1260.
Phone: (805) 654-2263

Conversely, the Vital Records Division of the California Department of Health is the custodian of authorized and informational Camarillo marriage records from 1905 to 1999 and 2009 to 2020. Marriage records within these timeframes are accessible to interested applicants via mail-in orders. Thus, requesters may order marriage records via these steps;

  1. Download and complete a marriage record application form;
  2. Include a notarized sworn statement if requesting an authorized copy;
  3. Attach a $15 check or money order payable CDPH Vital Records;
  4. Mail the documents to:

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

Requesting using a courier service may send the request to:

California Department of Public Health
Vital Records – MS 5103
1501 Capitol Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95814.

Where and How to Find Camarillo Birth Records

Record seekers can obtain certified copies of Camarillo birth certificates from the Ventura County Clerk-Recorder's Office. The Clerk'-Recorder maintains and issues records of birth certificates via mail or in-person requests. To access birth certificates in-person, record seekers must schedule an appointment online and provide this information in-person:

  • A birth certificate application form in English or Spanish;
  • The record subject's name;
  • Date of event and number of required copies;

For mailed requests, interested applicants must include these documents and information:

  • The registrant's name;
  • A birth certificate application form in English or Spanish;
  • Number of required copies;
  • Date of event;
  • A notarized sworn statement;
  • $25 check or money order.

Send the above-listed information via mail to:

County Clerk and Recorder
800 South Victoria Avenue
Location # 1260
Ventura, CA 93009.

Where and How to Find Camarillo Death Records

Camarillo death certificates are obtainable via the Ventura County Clerk-Recorder's Office. Record seekers may get copies of the documents via mail or in-person requests. To use the mail request option, record seekers must provide these data and information:

  • The deceased's name;
  • A death certificate application form in English or Spanish;
  • Number of required copies;
  • Date of event;
  • A Certificate of Acknowledgement or notarized sworn statement for the death record;
  • $21 check or money order;
  • The record seeker's phone number.

Send the above-listed documents and info in a self-addressed envelope to:

County Clerk and Recorder
800 South Victoria Avenue
Location # 1260
Ventura, CA 93009.

In contrast, the County Clerk-Recorder's Office allows in-person requests of death records. Interested persons must schedule an appointment online. After scheduling an appointment, record seekers must present these documents and information at the Clerk Recorder’s Office:

  • Name of the record subject;
  • Date of event
  • Application for a certified copy of death certificate;
  • Number of requested copies;
  • A cash or credit card payment for the $21 request fee.