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Yolo County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Yolo County Public Records?

The California Public Records Act defines Yolo County public records as records that contain details of an agency’s conduct of public business. Under the law, records produced, maintained, received, or used by public agencies are subject to the CPRA and therefore open to public disclosure. Notwithstanding characteristics, means of transmission, or physical form, public entities in Yolo County must allow the inspection of records or produce copies of documents, photographs, audio recordings, video recordings, and all other information stored on electronic devices or other storage mediums. Although it ensures public disclosure, the CPRA considers some records confidential and therefore closed to public disclosure. Some exempted records include:

  • Exam test questions, scoring keys, and other related data created or used for licensing, employment, or academic examinations
  • Law enforcement records that contain security procedures, complaints, investigative reports, and details of prosecution
  • All real estate appraisal records until after the approval of an agreement or the purchase or lease of the property. Appraisal records may include engineering or construction estimates and feasibility reports
  • Litigation records of unconcluded court cases if the agency is a party to the case, has laid claims, or is otherwise a party of interest. These records may be open to public disclosure after the court’s final judgment or other case settlement
  • All records containing medical, personal, or other confidential information if disclosure would unnecessarily invade the individual’s personal privacy
  • Plant production, geophysical, and geological data, as well as similar information if obtained in confidence
  • Certain taxpayer records received in confidence if public disclosure would constitute an unfair competitive disadvantage to the individual that supplied the details
  • All correspondence between employees at the California Governor’s Office or between the Governor and employees. This exemption also covers records maintained or received by the Governor’s Legal Affairs Secretary. However, the law specifically forbids transferring public records to the Governor’s Legal Affairs Secretary to circumvent this exemption
  • Records containing an individual’s personal financial data or details of personal worth if filed with a licensing agency to determine the person's qualification for the license, permit, or certificate
  • Records that contain personal information on judges, prosecutors, magistrates, public defenders, and peace officers, such as their phone numbers and home addresses
  • Records exempted from public disclosure under a state or federal law provision

In addition to official sources, public county records may also be accessible from third-party websites. Record seekers may opt to use these non-governmental platforms to search for a specific record or multiple county 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.

Yolo County Crime Statistics

The Yolo County Sheriff’s Office publishes annual crime statistics that contain details of recorded Part 1 crimes. According to the agency’s 2019 report, Yolo County reported a total of 503 offenses, including 8 forcible rape incidents, 193 assaults, 79 burglary incidents, and 13 motor vehicle thefts. The report shows that the county's most common Yolo County Sheriff Part 1 Crimes Comparison by Monthitted crime was larceny theft with 204 reported cases, while robbery was the lowest, with 6 cases. Throughout the year, the Sheriff's Office did not report any criminal homicide cases.

According to the Sheriff's Office's 2018 report, there were 484 offenses, including 11 motor vehicle thefts, 195 larceny thefts, 82 burglary incidents, 180 assaults, 7 robberies, 7 forcible rape incidents, and 2 reported criminal homicides. Overall the total number of reported crimes increased by 3.9% between both years.

Are Yolo County Criminal Records Public?

California law allows for the partial disclosure of Yolo County Criminal records. Requestors authorized to obtain access to these records include specific employers of labor for related purposes. Some eligible requestors include child care organizations, security companies, public utility firms, law enforcement agencies, and elderly care centers. Individuals may also obtain personal criminal records.

Requesting Yolo criminal records requires completed copies of the English or Spanish live scan form and fingerprinting services from a Yolo County live scan location. Requesters should note that fingerprinting services cost varying fees separate from the DOJ’s request fees. Record seekers experiencing difficulty with submitting requests or obtaining fingerprinting services should call the DOJ’s Record Review Unit at (916) 227-3849. Completed requests should be submitted to the:

California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Analysis
Record Review and Challenge Section
P.O. Box 160207
Sacramento, CA 95816-0207

How to Obtain Yolo County Police Reports and Arrest Records

Requesters may request Yolo County arrest records and police reports from the Yolo County Sheriff’s Office. Interested parties may submit mail orders by completing the online crime report request form with information such as the incident date and time, incident type, location, and the names of involved parties.

The Sheriff's Office charges $5 per Yolo arrest record or police report and may charge extra fees for reports more than 20 pages. Payment is accepted via checks and money orders. Requestors may fill the form and submit by mail or in-person using the following details:

Yolo County Sheriff’s Office
140 Tony Diaz Drive
Woodland, CA 95776
Phone: (530) 668-5280
Fax: (530) 668-5238
Email: records@yolocounty.org

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Yolo County

Yolo County sex offender records are available online via the California Megan’s Law Website provided by the California Department of Justice (DOJ). Residents may find sex offender information by entering the offender's last name and first name on the provided name search. For a map search, the user may enter the offender's street number, street name, zip code, and city. The map search also allows a mile radius and transient offender restriction of the search results. In addition, the website allows a "Near My Device" option to find offenders close to the user's device. The DOJ's database contains each offender's full name and aliases, addresses, offense details, physical description, and risk assessment.

How to Find Yolo County Inmate Records

The Yolo County Sheriff’s Office provides a booking statistics page to access information on persons booked into the county jail. The page displays a consolidated list of all persons booked in a month and contains each inmate's full name, arrest date, location of arrests, and charges. Persons seeking information on currently incarcerated inmates may visit the jail or call using the following contact details:

Yolo County Jail
140 Tony Diaz Drive
Woodland, CA 95776
Phone: (530) 668-5245

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

Family and friends of inmates may schedule visits by calling the Monroe Detention Center at (530) 668-5245 or the Leinberger Detention Center at (530) 668-5254. However, neither facility allows visitors to modify or reschedule an appointment after a confirmed appointment. Although visitors may cancel, a cancellation counts against the inmate’s allowed weekly quota.

Each inmate may receive two 30-minute visits each week with one visitor for each session. However, an inmate’s parents or grandparents may visit at the same time. All visitors must arrive 30 minutes before the scheduled visit with a government-issued ID or a valid passport. Persons who arrive 10 minutes before the scheduled appointment will forfeit their visits.

Visitors must submit to metal detector scans and are required to keep shoes on while going through the metal detector. Persons who do not successfully scale the metal detector search will be denied entry. All scheduling for visits to the Monroe Detention Center must begin at 12:00 am for the current week only. However, persons looking to visit on a Monday may schedule from 7:00 pm on the previous day.

All visitors must be at least 18 years old unless married or emancipated with proof. Eligible younger persons may take advantage of Family Visiting at both facilities, only on Sundays.

All visitors must dress appropriately. Visitors wearing inappropriate clothing, or clothing close in appearance to inmate attire, may lose their visitation privileges.

Court Records

Yolo County has a Superior Court that exercises jurisdiction over all civil and criminal cases as provided by California’s unified court system. The Yolo County Superior Court has several divisions, including Civil, Criminal, Collections, Family Juvenile, Traffic, Small Claims, and Court Services divisions.

Location of the Court in Yolo County

Yolo County Superior Court
1000 Main Street
Woodland, CA 95695
Phone: (530) 406-6700

Are Yolo County Court Records Public?

All Yolo County court records not sealed or expunged are open to public disclosure. Under California law, the Clerk of Court must entertain requests from the general public and provide copies of desired records after charging copy fees where required. However, some court records, including juvenile court records, are not considered public. Records including financial and healthcare information may also be restricted, along with records that identify sexual or domestic violence victims.

Can You Look Up a Yolo County Court Case Online?

The Yolo County Superior Court’s website features an Online Case Search button. Interested persons may search for Yolo court records online by providing the record number or names of parties involved in a court case. Using advanced options, searchers may also enter judgment dates, judgment types, and other known details.

How to Obtain Yolo County Civil Court Case Records

Residents may obtain Yolo County civil court records by sending mail requests to the courthouse, calling the Civil Division, or visiting in person. Each request should properly describe the record and include names, dates, charges, and the court’s final judgment. Residents should submit requests to the:

Yolo County Superior Court
Civil Division
1000 Main Street
Woodland, CA 95695
Phone: (530) 406-6704

How to Obtain Yolo County Criminal Court Case Records

The Yolo County Clerk of the Superior Court issues copies of criminal court records to interested persons. Record seekers may submit requests containing details of the court case, such as the litigants’ names, court date, and charge information. Interested persons should note that the Clerk’s Office may charge copy fees before producing records. All requests should be submitted to the:

Yolo County Superior Court
Civil Division
1000 Main Street
Woodland, CA 95695
Phone: (530) 406-6705

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

What are Yolo County Vital Records?

Yolo County vital records contain county life events, such as marriages, divorces, births, and deaths. Depending on the desired record, residents may submit requests to the Superior Court or the Clerk-Recorder's office. Yolo vital records are open to all interested persons. However, only a few authorized persons may obtain certified copies.

Where and How to Obtain Yolo County Divorce Records

Interested parties may obtain Yolo County divorce records from the Yolo County Superior Court by mail or in person. To obtain a Yolo County divorce decree by mail, the requester must provide a written request that contains the full names of both parties to the case, the exact or approximate year of filing, and a case number if available. Mail requests should also include the requester's full name, phone number, address, and a money order or check printed with "Not to exceed $35.00".

Interested requesters may also visit Room 103 at the Yolo County Courthouse. Record seekers may photocopy desired records at 50 cents per page or request certified copies. All persons should note that some records may require advance requests as the court keeps old files at an off-site warehouse. Applicants should submit all mail and in-person requests to the:

Yolo County Superior Court
Civil Division
1000 Main Street
Woodland, CA 95695

Where and How to Get Public Yolo County Marriage Records

The Yolo County Clerk-Recorder’s Office issues informational copies of Yolo County marriage records to all interested members of the public. Although informational and certified copies contain the same details, informational copies are not valid for identity or legal purposes. For certified copies of Yolo County marriage certificates, access is restricted to the following requesters:

  • The registrant named on the record
  • The registrant’s parent, legal guardian, grandparent, child, grandchild, sibling, spouse, or domestic partner
  • An attorney requesting on behalf of the registrant or the registrant’s estate
  • Anyone requesting as authorized by a court order

Requestors should complete the marriage record application with both parties' full names and marriage date. Eligible persons requesting certified copies by mail must complete the sworn statement attached to the request form and have it notarized. Each copy costs $15, payable by checks or money orders made out to the Yolo County Clerk/Recorder. Walk-in requesters should complete the online application before visiting. Record seekers should submit orders to:

Mail Requests
Yolo County Clerk-Recorder
P.O. Box 1130
Woodland, CA 95776-1130

In-Person Requests
Yolo County Clerk-Recorder
625 Court Street
Room B01
Woodland, CA 95695
Phone: (530) 666-8130
Fax: (530) 666-1130

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Yolo County

Confidential Yolo County marriage certificates are obtainable from the Clerk-Recorder’s Office. However, only the bride and groom may obtain copies. Eligible requesters must submit completed copies of the marriage record application along with signed and notarized sworn statements by mail or in person. Each record costs $15, payable by cash, credit cards, debit cards, and checks or money orders made out to the Yolo County Clerk-Recorder. Mail requesters should not send cash. All requests should be submitted to either of the following addresses:

Mail Requests
Yolo County Clerk-Recorder
P.O. Box 1130
Woodland, CA 95776-1130

In-Person Requests
Yolo County Clerk-Recorder
625 Court Street
Room B01
Woodland, CA 95695
Phone: (530) 666-8130
Fax: (530) 666-1130

Where and How to Find Yolo County Birth Records

The Clerk-Recorder’s Office provides certified and informational copies of Yolo County birth records. Certified records are only available to:

  • The subject named on the record
  • The subject’s child, grandchild, sibling, parent, grandparent, legal guardian, spouse, or domestic partner
  • An attorney acting on behalf of the subject or the subject’s estate
  • A requester authorized by a court order
  • A government agency personnel conducting official business

All mail requesters should complete the birth record application in English or Spanish. Each applicant should enclose the completed application with a $25 check or money order payable to the Yolo County Clerk/Recorder and a self-addressed and stamped envelope. Persons eligible to receive certified copies must have the attached sworn statement signed and notarized. In-person requesters may complete the official application online before visiting the Clerk-Recorder's Office. All requests for Yolo County birth certificates should be submitted to:

Mail Requests
Yolo County Clerk-Recorder
P.O. Box 1130
Woodland, CA 95776-1130

In-Person Requests
Yolo County Clerk-Recorder
625 Court Street
Room B01
Woodland, CA 95695
Phone: (530) 666-8130
Fax: (530) 666-1130

Where and How to Find Yolo County Death Records

Interested persons may receive certified and informational copies of Yolo County death records from the Clerk-Recorder’s Office. According to California law, Yolo County death certificates are only available to the following persons:

  • The requester’s parent, legal guardian, child, sibling, spouse, domestic partner, grandparent, or grandchild
  • A requester entitled as a result of a court order
  • An attorney or other requester empowered by statute or appointed by a court to represent the registrant
  • A funeral establishment’s agent or employee performing official business

All other persons may receive informational copies. Yolo death certificates cost $21, payable by cash, credit cards, debit cards, and checks or money orders made out to the Yolo County Clerk-Recorder. Mail requests require completed copies of the death record application in English or Spanish, self-addressed and stamped envelopes, and checks or money orders. Applicants seeking certified copies by mail or fax must complete the attached sworn statement before a notary public. Mail and in-persons submissions should go to:

Mail Requests
Yolo County Clerk-Recorder
P.O. Box 1130
Woodland, CA 95776-1130

In-Person Requests
Yolo County Clerk-Recorder
625 Court Street
Room B01
Woodland, CA 95695
Phone: (530) 666-8130
Fax: (530) 666-1130

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Yolo County?

Property records in Yolo County are open to the public. The California Public Records Act allows members of the public to request records that are generated, prepared, used, or retained by government bodies relating to official duties. Interested persons may inspect or obtain copies of Yolo County property records by submitting a request at the custodian's office.

Where and How to Find Property Records in Yolo County

The Yolo County Assessor maintains all records of businesses, sales, and real estate characteristics in the county. Examples of documents recorded include deeds, mortgages, releases, easements, affidavits, property liens, judgments, and more. The Assessor's office attends to requests from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Interested persons may obtain copies of Yolo County property records by contacting the office location:

Yolo County Assessor
625 Court Street, Room 104
Woodland, CA 95695
Phone: (530) 666-8135
Fax: (530) 666-8213
Email: assessor@yolocounty.org

How to Look Up Yolo County Property Records

The Yolo County Assessor's Office maintains an online property portal known as Parcel Number (or Recorder's Reference) Search that provides information on property records in the county. Interested persons may search for property information using any of the combinations available in the website field:

  • Assessment Number
  • Fee Parcel
  • Street Address

The online portal has a 'Search Type' column that allows users to narrow down their search. The options available under this category include: Begins with, Ends with, Contains, Equal to, Not Equal to, Less than, and Greater than. Also, there is another column - 'value' - where users can input information of desired records.

Location of Yolo County Property Assessors

Yolo County Public Administration

Yolo County Assessor
625 Court Street, Room 104
Woodland, CA 95695
Phone: (530) 666-8135
Fax: (530) 666-8213
Email: assessor@yolocounty.org