Del Norte County Arrest Records and Warrant Search
Those who are looking for Del Norte County arrest records will be happy to learn that the sheriff has recently launched a new website (http://custody.dnco.org/Default) with an inmate locator which exhibits current inmates populating the county jail and inmates that have been booked and released during the last 7 days. With this information, you can remain updated regarding the county’s recent arrests.
If you are seeking jail records older than 7 days, we suggest contacting the county jail directly at 707-464-8718. You can ask them whether a specific person has ever been detained in their facility.
Alternatively, if you are looking for a more convenient way to carry out a Del County arrest records search, consider using the search service offered by this website. It provides detailed reports that display the criminal history of any person living in California (and other US states if you choose to broaden your inquiry). All the pieces of information are taken from highly accurate and updated governmental and private data banks. Searchers’ confidentiality and privacy are guaranteed.
Finding Del Norte County warrants
Many people have outstanding warrants carrying their name without them knowing about it. To perform a background check on yourself or anyone else (especially if you want to know if that person is wanted by the police for a crime he / she has allegedly committed in the past), go to the sheriff office: 650 Fifth Street, Crescent City, California 95531. Phone number: 707-464-4191.
The sheriff’s staff is highly motivated to reveal information on the county’s wanted people. From their point of view, sharing this information with the public might assist them in capturing these suspects.
However, one word of caution, if your name appears on one of Del County warrants, the moment you set foot at the sheriff office, you will be incarcerated. So you should send a person to investigate on your behalf or refer to the search service on this website (as mentioned above).
How can one trace a person’s history of convictions?
The question in the title can be answered quite easily: You will need to locate Del Norte County court records by referring to the Superior Court where they are kept. They do not have an online case search tool, so you will need to turn directly to the Criminal Division: 450 H Street, Room 209, Crescent City, CA 95531. Phone numbers: 707-464-8115 and 707-465-4005. They will ask you to hand in a request to see public records before they reveal any information on criminal cases.
Although Del Norte is a small county with a population of approximately 28,000, law enforcement agencies had to deal with 165 violent crimes (1 murder, 28 rapes, 21 robberies and 115 assaults) and 649 property crimes throughout the 12 months of 2014.