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Simi Valley Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Simi Valley Public Records?

Under the CPRA, public records consist of information generated, used, or maintained in the performance of a government entity's official functions. The CPRA states that records are public irrespective of physical form. This means that the definition of public records covers electronically-stored data. However, records that contain the following information are exempt from public disclosure under the CPRA:

  • Employee relations data
  • Some law enforcement information, such as intelligence records
  • Records of active law enforcement investigation
  • Records of a court case where the government agency is one of the parties
  • Preliminary notes and drafts
  • Any details that would cause an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy if disclosed
  • Examination data

Simi Valley Crime Statistics

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) provides information on crime statistics in Simi Valley as part of its Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program. According to figures released in 2019, Simi Valley recorded a total of 1,334 crimes, including 146 violent crimes and 1,188 property crimes. For violent crimes, the figures show 35 robberies, 15 rape cases, and 1 case of murder and nonnegligent manslaughter. Aggravated assault was the most committed violent crime with 95 reported cases. The least and most common property crimes were arson and larceny-theft, with 7 and 889 cases, respectively. Other recorded property crimes include 208 burglaries and 91 motor vehicle thefts. Compared to the UCR's 2018 figures, the Simi Valley crime rate fell by 22% in 2019.

Are Simi Valley Criminal Records Public?

Most Simi Valley criminal records are not open to the public. Under California law, only certain entities or authorized persons may obtain copies of a Simi Valley criminal record. In some cases, employers of labor, crime witnesses, and crime victims may gain access to a criminal record. Any resident arrested for an offense, or otherwise apprehended by law enforcement, may obtain copies of their criminal record. Interested persons may contact the Simi Valley Police Department (SVPD) at:

Simi Valley Police Department
3901 Alamo Street
Simi Valley
CA 93063
Phone: (805) 583-6950

How to Obtain Simi Valley Police Reports and Arrest Records

The Simi Valley Police Department issues copies of police reports to requestors. Interested persons may contact the SVPD or visit in person to obtain a copy. Requestors must provide details of the desired record and all related information. These may include information about charges, a description of the incident, names of persons involved, etc. Residents may make in-person requests by visiting the SVPD or calling the Records Bureau at (805) 583-6976 for more information.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Simi Valley

The California Department of Justice maintains an online database with information on all sex offenders registered in Simi Valley and other parts of the state. Using the DOJ's Megan's Law Website, residents may find sex offenders by name or by specifying an address on the website's map search. The map further allows users to select a search radius from 1/10th of a mile to 10 miles of the inputted address. In addition to searching by name and map, interested persons may find sex offenders registered around them, using each user's device location.

How to Find Simi Valley Inmate Records

Members of the public may obtain information on persons incarcerated at the Ventura County Jail from the Ventura County Sheriff's Office (VCSO). The VCSO provides inmate information on a searchable online database. Simi Valley residents may find inmates by full name or by booking number. The name search requires a minimum of two characters from the inmate's last name and at least one character from the inmate's first name. Users may also streamline the search results by providing the inmate's middle name and date of birth. The results display details on the inmate, including a booking date. Each inmate's page also shows possible release information, including the date and manner of release. Persons who need additional information may call (805) 654-3335.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in the Ventura County Jail?

Ventura County runs two facilities, including the Main Jail (Pre-Trial Detention Facility) and the Todd Road Jail. The Ventura County Sheriff's Office manages both facilities and ensures compliance with visitation rules. At both facilities, inmates may only receive one visit each week. Each visit may not last longer than 30 minutes, with a maximum of two visitors. Visitors may be two adults or one adult and one minor. Two minors cannot visit a prisoner as each minor on a visit must be accompanied by an adult.

Upon entry, visitors will be searched by officers at each facility. Depending on specifics, visitors found with contraband items may be arrested and prosecuted. Visitors are advised to keep all prohibited items away from the facility as there will be no provisions for storing these items. Persons processed into the Ventura County Jail will not be allowed to visit until one year has passed since their release. Visitors must present one of the following forms of photo identification before entry:

  • Military ID card
  • Valid passport
  • ID card issued by any government agency
  • A current driver's license or one expired for a maximum of 30 days
  • A valid immigration identification card from a government agency
  • Any other valid photo ID that satisfies the Facility Sergeant

Court Records

The Ventura County Superior Court has a branch in the city of Simi Valley. The court is the county's highest, with general jurisdiction over all cases. The Superior Court grants access to all public court records, including criminal and civil records.

Locations of Courts in Simi Valley

Ventura County Superior Court – East County Courthouse
3855-F Alamo Street
Simi Valley, CA 93063
Phone: (805) 639-5010

Can You Look Up a Simi Valley Court Case Online?

The Ventura County Superior Court maintains a case inquiry platform where Simi Valley residents may find court case information online. The service separates court cases into different systems depending on case type. The available systems include:

Access to court-approved civil mediation panels is also available as a different system. Note that court case details accessible online should not be used as an official court record. Also, the information available may be limited or contain omissions or errors. Simi Valley residents are advised to contact the court for official copies.

How to Obtain Simi Valley Court Case Records

Simi Valley court records are available at the East County Courthouse in the city. The courthouse maintains computerized public access terminals that residents may use to inspect court records. Interested persons must provide details on the desired records to search the public access terminals. At the courthouse, the requestor may also request a physical copy of the court record. However, the person must either purchase a copy or return the record before leaving the courthouse.

Parties may also request copies of court records by mail and in-person. Residents may contact the records clerk at the East County Courthouse to obtain copies of court records from 1873 to date. The requestor should provide related information, including names of parties to the case, court dates, charge or arrest information, the court's final judgment, and other relevant details. A case search costs $15 per name regardless of the request method. If a record is found, the requestor will be charged an extra copy fee of 50 cents per page. Certified copies cost an additional $40.

For a mail order, send a written request with all relevant information about the case. Include payment by check or money order made out to "Ventura Superior Court", and a self-addressed and stamped envelope. Send the documents to the courthouse or visit the:

Ventura County Superior Court – East County Courthouse
3855-F Alamo Street
Simi Valley, CA 93063
Phone: (805) 639-5010

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

What are Simi Valley Vital Records?

Simi Valley vital records are records that contain details of life events that take place in the city. Vital records consist of information on all marriages, divorces, births, and deaths. These records are created and maintained by the government and are available to the public. However, access to certified copies of Simi Valley vital records is restricted.

Where and How to Obtain Simi Valley Divorce Records

The Ventura County Superior Court maintains records of all divorces in the county and issues copies to interested requestors. Persons interested in obtaining copies of Simi Valley divorce records may obtain records in person or by mail. A mail order requires a written request, which includes the divorced parties' names, date of divorce, relevant court judgment details, and other information related to the divorce proceedings. Each request carries a $15 search fee per name and 50 cents per page. Each requestor will be charged an extra $15 for a certified copy of a divorce decree. There is no per-page fee for a certified copy. Mail requests require a money order or check made out to "Ventura Superior Court". To order, visit the courthouse or send the request to:

Ventura County Superior Court – East County Courthouse
3855-F Alamo Street
Simi Valley, CA 93063
Phone: (805) 639-5010

The online case inquiry's family law database also contains information on divorced finalized in the county. Interested persons may search by case name, date range, or case number.

Where and How to Get Public Simi Valley Marriage Records

Public Simi Valley marriage records are accessible from the Ventura County Clerk-Recorder. All residents may order a marriage certificate in person or by mail. A mail request requires completing and downloading an English or Spanish marriage record application form. Requestors are not required to fill the attached sworn statement when ordering public marriage records.

Each record costs a non-refundable $15 search fee. If no record matches the information filled on the form, the Clerk-Recorder will issue a Certificate of No Public Record. Acceptable payment methods for a mail request include a check or money order payable to "Ventura County Clerk and Recorder." Send the form, payment, and a self-addressed and stamped envelope for a mail request, or visit the:

Ventura County Clerk-Recorder, Registrar of Voters
800 South Victoria Avenue
Ventura, CA 93009-1260
Phone: (805) 654-2295
Email: clerk.recorder@ventura.org

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Simi Valley

The Ventura County Clerk-Recorder issues copies of certified Simi Valley marriage records to requestors. However, access is restricted to the married couple and other persons related to either married party in one of the following ways:

  • Parent or grandparent
  • Spouse or domestic partner
  • Child or grandchild
  • Sibling
  • Legal representative or attorney
  • Anyone authorized by court order

Any of the above persons may order a confidential Simi Valley marriage record by completing a marriage record application form, which is also available in Spanish. Ensure to complete and notarize the attached sworn statement. Each request costs $15 payable by money order or check made out to "Ventura County Clerk and Recorder." Requestors may visit or send the form, a copy of a government-issued ID, and payment to:

Ventura County Clerk-Recorder, Registrar of Voters
800 South Victoria Avenue
Ventura, CA 93009-1260
Phone: (805) 654-2295
Email: clerk.recorder@ventura.org

Where and How to Find Simi Valley Birth Records

Simi Valley birth records are public and are requestable by all city residents. However, only the following persons may access Simi Valley birth records:

  • The person named on the birth record
  • Child, grandchild, sibling, spouse, domestic partner
  • Parent, grandparent, legal guardian
  • Legal representative or attorney

Informational copies are available to persons who do not meet the eligibility criteria for certified copies. To request by mail, send an English or Spanish birth record application form with the attached sworn statement completed and notarized if requesting a certified copy. Birth records cost $25, payable via money order or check to "Ventura County Clerk and Recorder." Visit the Clerk-Recorder or send the requests by mail:

Ventura County Clerk-Recorder, Registrar of Voters
800 South Victoria Avenue
Ventura, CA 93009-1260
Phone: (805) 654-2295
Email: clerk.recorder@ventura.org

Where and How to Find Simi Valley Death Records

Public Simi Valley death records are available to all residents as informational copies. Certified copies are only available to persons related to the deceased individual. These persons include a parent, grandparent, child, grandchild, sibling, spouse, or domestic partner. An attorney, legal representative, or legal guardian of the decedent may also obtain a death record.

Each death record costs $21. Accepted payment means include a money order or check made out to "Ventura County Clerk and Recorder." An interested party should fill a death record application form in English or Spanish. Complete and notarize the attached sworn statement if requesting a certified copy. Visit the Clerk-Recorder or send the request to:

Ventura County Clerk-Recorder, Registrar of Voters
800 South Victoria Avenue
Ventura, CA 93009-1260
Phone: (805) 654-2295
Email: clerk.recorder@ventura.org