Butte County Arrest Records and Warrant Search
Conducting a Butte County arrest records search can be quite challenging since there are not any official computerized databases. Thus searchers may attempt to locate a detainee by contacting the county’s detention facility at 530-538-7471 or alternatively initiate a wider online California inmate search with the help of the CDCR’s inquiry tool (which can be accessed at http://inmatelocator.cdcr.ca.gov/).
When it comes to finding out whether a person is wanted by the police, you will face a similar problem: there are no governmental online data banks you can use. We therefore recommend conducting a Butte County warrant search by physically visiting the sheriff’s Record Division and delving into their criminal archives. They are located at 33 County Center Drive, Oroville, CA 95965. Phone number: (530)538-7321.
Performing an online search
If you insist on using the Internet for a background check, we recommend utilizing the resources offered by this website. By clicking the subject’s name in the search box annexed to the article, you will immediately be directed to vast, accurate and updated databases that will display elaborate reports containing the subject’s criminal past including arrest warrants carrying his or her name plus his or her incarceration history all over the State of California. Searchers’ confidentiality is strictly observed.
Finding court dockets
Butte County court records are important because they can tell you if a person has ever been trialed and found guilty of a crime. The place to find them is the county’s Superior Court. Their website offers an electronic case search tool. You can conduct your inquiry by typing the defendant’s name, date or case number. For additional information beyond that, you will be required to file a request to view a certain case by paying a visit to the court. Their address is 1 Court St, Oroville, CA 95965. Phone number: (530) 532-7000. Keep in mind that you may need to pay a small fee for their services.
678 violent crimes took place in the county in 2014. There were 11 murders, 76 rapes, 149 robberies (31 armed robberies) and 442 aggravated assaults. There were 6,631 cases of property crimes including 1,667 burglaries and 760 car thefts.