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Thousand Oaks Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Thousand Oaks Public Records?

The CPRA describes public records as data or other information created, used, or preserved as part of a government agency's official business. According to the law, these records include all recorded information regardless of physical form. Under the CPRA, Thousand Oaks residents may obtain copies of public records, except records that include the following:

  • Information considered private by law
  • Preliminary notes and drafts
  • Some information related to unconcluded law enforcement investigation
  • Intelligence information
  • Records of pending litigation where the agency is a party, until its conclusion
  • Personal or medical files where disclosure would be an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy

Thousand Oaks Crime Statistics

The Ventura County Sheriff's Office (VCSO) provides statistics on criminal activity in the city through annual reports. According to figures published for 2019, the city recorded 87 violent crimes, including 27 rape cases and 23 robberies. With 37 reported cases, aggravated assault was the most common crime. There was no reported case of homicide in 2019.

The report also shows a total of 1,394 property crimes, including 64 motor vehicle thefts and 244 burglaries. The least committed crime was arson with 2 cases, while the most common crime was theft, with 1,084 reported cases. In total, there were 1,481 reported crimes in 2019, with an average of 11.43 cases per 1,000 persons. Compared to figures published in 2018, 2019's recorded crime rate dropped by 8%.

Are Thousand Oaks Criminal Records Public?

Most Thousand Oaks criminal records are private. California law restricts access to criminal history information to some employers, such as public utility firms, child care organizations, and security outfits. In addition, Thousand Oaks criminal records are also accessible by residents that have been arrested, detained, or otherwise processed by law enforcement agencies for crimes committed.

How to Obtain Thousand Oaks Police Reports and Arrest Records

The city of Thousand Oaks contracts its police and law enforcement services to the Ventura County Sheriff's Office (VCSO). Persons interested in obtaining copies of Thousand Oaks police reports and arrest records may contact the VCSO's Records and Licensing Unit. To obtain a police report, send a written request to the VCSO in Thousand Oaks. Ensure that the request contains information required to identify the desired record. This includes the names of involved parties, relevant dates and locations, and other specific details. Send the report or visit in person using the following information:

Ventura County Sheriff's Office
East County Patrol Station
2101 East Olsen Road
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
Phone: (805) 494-8208 (Records)
Phone: (805) 494-8260 (Administration)

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Thousand Oaks

The California Department of Justice (DOJ) maintains a statewide registry with details of all registered sex offenders. To find a Thousand Oaks sex offender, use the search function provided on the California Megan's Law Website. Thousand Oaks residents may search for offenders by their first and last names. The website also provides a map search that allows an interested party to input an address and include transient offenders in the search results. There is also a location search, which allows persons to find sex offenders close to the user's device. The database contains each offender's physical description, full name, date of birth, offense information, and photographs. The offender's last known address is also available.

How to Find Thousand Oaks Inmate Records

The Ventura County Sheriff's Office provides public access to information on inmates at the Ventura County Jail through a searchable online registry. Interested persons may search for inmates by name or booking number. The name search requires at least two characters of the inmate's surname and at least one character of the inmate's first name. Other options include the inmate's middle name and date of birth.

Apart from the full name and date of birth, the database includes each inmate's gender, physical description, booking number, and booking date. If the inmate is no longer in custody, the page displays the manner of release and the corresponding date. Persons who cannot find the desired information, or require additional details, may call (805) 654-3335.

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

The Ventura County Sheriff's Office operates the Main Jail (Pre-Trial Detention Facility) and the Todd Road Jail facilities. Visitation schedules for both facilities depend on the inmate's housing at the jail. The Main Jail allows inmates to receive visitors every day, at different times from 8:30 am to 9:00 am. For the Todd Road Jail, visitation is restricted to Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

An inmate at either facility is allowed one visit per week, lasting up to 30 minutes. The inmate may receive a maximum of two visitors at each visit, including two adults, or one adult and one minor. A minor should always be in the company of an adult. Each visitor must submit for a search before entering either facility. Persons found with contraband items may be arrested and prosecuted. Visitors that were booked in the Ventura County Jail may not visit for one calendar year after their release.

Each visitor must present photo identification. Accepted forms include:

  • Valid driver's license that has not expired more than 30 days
  • Government agency ID card
  • Military ID card
  • Valid passport
  • Current immigration identification card
  • Any other valid photo ID found satisfactory by the Facility Sergeant's discretion

Visitors are advised to keep all disallowed items away. Neither jail facility provides storage lockers, and staff will not hold items for visitors.

Court Records

As part of the California Judicial Branch, the Ventura County Superior Court has jurisdiction over matters arising from the city of Thousand Oaks and other parts of the county. To properly oversee all matters, the Superior Court is further divided into several divisions. Some of these include civil, criminal/traffic, appeals, adoption, family law, guardianship, probate, conservatorship, juvenile, and small claims divisions.

Locations of Courts in Ventura County

Ventura County Superior Court – Ventura Hall of Justice
800 South Victoria Avenue
Ventura, CA 93009
Phone: (805) 289-8900
Phone: (805) 289-8545 (Criminal, Traffic)
Phone: (805) 289-8525 (Civil)
Phone: (805) 289-8610 (Family Law)
Phone: (805) 289-8526 (Small Claims

Ventura County Superior Court – Juvenile Courthouse
4353 East Vineyard Avenue
Oxnard, CA 93036
Phone: (805) 289-8820

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

Are Thousand Oaks Court Records Public?

Most Thousand Oaks court records are open to the public. However, California law exempts certain records from public disclosure. For example, the general public may not access records of juvenile proceedings and adoption matters. Such records are restricted to persons directly involved, such as the juvenile's parents, legal guardians, and attorneys. In some cases, a public court case record may include private parts. Such records would only be publicly available after the confidential parts are redacted.

Can You Look Up a Thousand Oaks Court Case Online?

The Ventura County Superior Court provides online access to court case information through its case inquiry service. The case inquiry groups available cases into different databases depending on case type. These include:

The case inquiry service also provides access to court-approved civil mediation panels. Minute Orders in family law cases are not available online.

How to Obtain Thousand Oaks Court Case Records

The Ventura County Court Records Department maintains court records and issues copies of non-confidential records to requestors. All Ventura County courthouses provide computerized public access terminals for interested persons to view desired records. In addition, requestors may temporarily obtain a court case file from the records clerk at each location. Requestors must provide valid identification, which will only be returned after the requestor returns the file. While this service is also available at the Juvenile Courthouse, access to juvenile adoption cases is restricted to case parties. Requestors must not remove documents from case files or remove case files from any of the courthouses.

Interested parties may also obtain copies of non-confidential court records from the Records Department. The department entertains both mail and in-person requests for copies of court records since 1873. To order by mail, send a written request to the courthouse. The request must contain enough information to identify the desired record. This should include relevant names of persons involved, dates and locations of related incidents and hearings, and final judgment details. Each case search costs $15 per name, for both mail and in-person requests. Mail requests require a check made out to "Ventura Superior Court" while payment for in-person orders is also possible in cash.

In addition to the search fee, there is a copy fee of 50 cents per page. Certified copies of court records cost an additional $40. Visit the courthouse or send the request, payment, and a self-addressed and stamped envelope by mail, using the following details:

Ventura County Courthouse
Superior Court Records
Hall of Justice, Room 218
800 South Victoria Avenue
Ventura, CA 93009
Phone: (805) 289-8668 (Records Department)

For Juvenile court records, visit or send the request to:

Juvenile Courthouse
Superior Court Records
Room 122
4353 East Vineyard Avenue
Oxnard, CA 93036
Phone: (805) 289-8820

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

What are Thousand Oaks Vital Records?

Thousand Oaks vital records consist of recorded information on life events in the city, including births, marriages, deaths, and divorces. Thousand Oaks vital records are public records. Depending on the desired record, interested parties may obtain copies from the Ventura County Superior Court or the Ventura County Clerk-Recorder.

Where and How to Obtain Thousand Oaks Divorce Records

The Ventura County Superior Court maintains countywide records of divorces. Residents may request copies of Thousand Oaks divorce records by sending mail requests to the courthouse or visiting in person. To obtain a record via mail, send a written request containing the names of the divorced parties, hearing dates, court judgments, and other relevant information. Each copy of a divorce record costs a $15 search fee and 50 cents per page. A certified copy of the court's final judgment costs $15 without the per-page fee. Send the request and payment to the court, or visit the:

Ventura County Courthouse
Superior Court Records
Hall of Justice
Room 218
800 South Victoria Avenue
Ventura, CA 93009
Phone: (805) 289-8668

Limited information on divorces is also available online, under the family law database provided by the Superior Court's case inquiry service. Interested parties may search by case number, case name, calendar, and date range.

Where and How to Get Public Thousand Oaks Marriage Records

The Ventura County Clerk-Recorder issues copies of public Thousand Oaks marriage records to the general public. Interested parties may purchase records by mail or in person. To order a public Thousand Oaks marriage certificate by mail, complete and download the marriage record application form, also available in Spanish. Completing the attached sworn statement is not required for public copies. Each record costs $15, payable by postal money order, bank money order, or personal check made out to "Ventura County Clerk and Recorder." If no record is found, the Clerk-Recorder will retain the payment as a search fee and issue a Certificate of No Public Record. Enclose the completed form with payment and a self-addressed and stamped envelope. Visit the Clerk-Recorder or send the request by mail using the following information:

Ventura County Clerk-Recorder, Registrar of Voters
East County Office
Civic Arts Plaza
2100 East Thousand Oaks Boulevard
Suite A
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
Phone: (805) 449-2157
Email: clerk.recorder@ventura.org

Note that a public marriage record is clearly marked as an informational copy and is not a valid document to establish identity.

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Thousand Oaks

The County Clerk-Recorder issues certified confidential Thousand Oaks marriage records to the following persons:

  • Either party to the marriage
  • A parent, grandparent, child, grandchild, spouse, domestic partner, or sibling of either party
  • An attorney or legal representative to either party
  • A person with a court order granting access.

A party eligible to receive a confidential Thousand Oaks marriage certificate may send a completed marriage record application form by mail or visit the Clerk-Recorder's office in person. Eligible persons must also have the attached sworn statement notarized and also submit valid identification. Visit the Clerk-Recorder in person or send the completed form, ID, and payment for $15 to:

Ventura County Clerk-Recorder, Registrar of Voters
East County Office
Civic Arts Plaza
2100 East Thousand Oaks Boulevard
Suite A
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
Phone: (805) 449-2157
Email: clerk.recorder@ventura.org

Where and How to Find Thousand Oaks Birth Records

The Clerk-Recorder maintains records of births in the city of Thousand Oaks. All birth records are public records. However, certified copies are only available to the following persons:

  • The person listed on the certificate
  • A parent or legal guardian
  • A child, sibling, grandparent, grandchild, spouse, or domestic partner
  • An attorney or legal representative

Persons who do not fit the above criteria will receive birth records marked as informational. Anyone requesting by mail must send a valid ID and a completed birth record application form, available in English and Spanish. If requesting a certified copy, complete the attached sworn statement and have it notarized. Each record costs $25, payable by check or money order made out to "Ventura County Clerk and Recorder." Requestors may also visit the Clerk-Recorder for in-person requests. Visit or send the documents via mail to:

Ventura County Clerk-Recorder, Registrar of Voters
East County Office
Civic Arts Plaza
2100 East Thousand Oaks Boulevard
Suite A
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
Phone: (805) 449-2157
Email: clerk.recorder@ventura.org

Where and How to Find Thousand Oaks Death Records

Interested persons may obtain Thousand Oaks death records from the Ventura County Clerk-Recorder. While the general public may only obtain informational copies, certified copies of death records are only available to the following persons:

  • Parent, grandparent, or legal guardian of the decedent
  • Child, grandchild, spouse, domestic partner, or sibling of the decedent
  • A legal representative or an attorney representing the decedent's estate

Interested persons may send completed copies of a death record application form also available in Spanish. A person requesting certified copies must complete and notarize the attached sworn statement and provide a valid ID. Each death certificate costs $21, payable by check or money order to "Ventura County Clerk and Recorder." Send the request to the Clerk-Recorder or visit in person:

Ventura County Clerk-Recorder, Registrar of Voters
East County Office
Civic Arts Plaza
2100 East Thousand Oaks Boulevard
Suite A
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
Phone: (805) 449-2157
Email: clerk.recorder@ventura.org