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Oxnard Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Police Records and Arrest Reports

The Records Unit of the Oxnard Police department serves as a repository for records and documents handled by the department. This includes citations, traffic collision reports, arrest reports, arrest files, and other related documentation.

Crime Statistics

The Oxnard Police Department monitors city-wide crime data as well as publishes annual crime statistics. According to results released for 2018, the city recorded a total of 5,897 reported part 1 crimes. Larceny-theft accounted for most crime incidents, with 3.568 cases. Aggravated assault was the most common crime with 394 incidents. Compared to the previous year, total crime dropped by 6.1%. Violent crime slid by 11.8% while property crime reduced by 5.1%. In total, the police department made 129 arrests for firearm offenses and responded to 14 homicide cases.

How to Obtain Sex Offender Information

Residents can obtain information on registered sex offender within the city by contacting the Oxnard Police Department Sex Offender registration unit. Information on registered sex offenders is also provided on the state’s Megan Law website. It includes public information such as the names, photographs, and addresses (full or partial) of registrants within Oxnard and other parts of the state.

How to Find Inmate Information

The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office provides public access to general inmate information via an online inmate search tool. Residents can search for inmate information using the full name of the subject. Searches can also be filtered using a known booking number.

How to Obtain Criminal Records (Clearance Letter)

Interested parties can obtain criminal history summaries by contacting the California State Department of Justice (DOJ). Individuals are allowed to only request their own records. Third party requests for criminal records are not authorized. Applications must include live fingerprint scans. The department charges a $25 fee for this service.

Court Records

The Superior Court of California for Ventura County manages a vast database of court records, ranging from criminal records, civil records, family records, juvenile records, probate records amongst others. Some of these records can be easily accessed online while others can be accessed in person.

Members of the public can review limited civil and unlimited civil actions in person at the courthouse or request copies of the civil record by mail. Written requests must include case number, the name of the petitioner or defendant, and the name of the defendant. Interested parties may be required to provide valid photo identification along with their request. Acceptable forms of identification include:

  • United States Military ID

  • United States Passport

  • Driver’s License

  • DMV-issued ID

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Vital Statistics

Oxnard vital records are processed at the county and state level. This includes birth certificates, death certificates, and records of domestic partnership. In line with the California Health and Safety Code, only authorized persons may receive certified copies of a report. Applicants may be restricted from obtaining certified records depending on their eligibility.

How to Obtain Divorce Records

Interested parties can obtain copies of divorce decrees that were issued in Ventura County by visiting the Ventura Superior Court. In-person requests can be made at the Family Law clerk's office, located at 800 S Victoria Ave, Ventura. The court also provides access to family law cases, including divorces, legal separation, and annulments via its case inquiry platform.

How to Obtain Certificate of Records for Divorce

The California Department of Public Health issues certificates of record for divorces granted between 1962 and June 1984. It includes the names of the involved parties, court case number, and the county where the divorce was filed. Requesters will need to send a duly completed application form to the California Department of Public Health.

Note: Divorce records for decrees issued after 2004 can be obtained at the originating courthouses where the divorce was filed.

How to Obtain Birth, Death, and Marriage Records

The Ventura County Clerk-Recorder maintains and processes requests for birth, death and marriage records in Oxnard and the rest of the county. In-person requests can be made during regular hours. Any request must be accompanied by relevant information, such as the name of the person (as it appears on the certificate), the date of the event, sworn statement, contact details and number of copies desired.

To obtain birth records or death records interested parties will need to provide a completed application form for birth records or an application form for death records. Submitted requests must indicate the type of copy required—a certified copy or certified informational copy. Certified copies of birth records are only provided to eligible applicants, including the named registrant, immediate family member, spouse or an attorney representing the registrant. Access to certified copies of death records is restricted to only parents, legal guardians, attorneys representing the estate, employees of the funeral establishment and law enforcement officers. Mailed applications should be sent with the applicable fee to:

Ventura County Clerk-Recorder, Registrar of Voters
800 S. Victoria Ave Ventura, CA 93009-1260

How to Obtain Marriage Records

In compliance with California state law, the Ventura County Clerk-Recorder only provides certified copies of marriage records to authorized persons. Confidential copies are provided to spouses involved in the marriage or any party with a court order. Access to public non-confidential records restricted to the parties involved in the marriage, children, siblings, parents or attorneys representing the named registrants. Requests should be submitted along with a sworn statement (if requesting a confidential marriage certificate) to:

Ventura County Clerk-Recorder, Registrar of Voters
800 S. Victoria Ave Ventura, CA 93009-1260

The office charges $25.00 for birth certificates, $21.00 for death certificates, and $15.00 for marriage certificates. Acceptable forms of payment include cash, check and debit/credit cards.