Imperial County Arrest Records and Warrant Search
Imperial County arrest records show a person’s incarceration history. The county’s active and outstanding warrants are in fact an arrest order issued by the court. They authorize any peace officer to take a suspect into custody for a crime he or she is believed to have committed. Court records display a person’s prosecutions and convictions and therefore can indicate whether he or she has a criminal record.
How to carry out an Imperial county arrest records search?
Your first step should be contacting the Corrections Division at the sheriff office. They can be reached at 442-265-2220. They can provide you with information regarding the current inmate population in the county’s two jails: the Herbert Hughes Correctional Center and the Regional Adult Detention Facility.
For older jail records, we suggest referring to the sheriff’s Records Division. Their phone number is 760-339-6345. They are usually reluctant to disclose information on other people, so you will have to come up with a good reason for why you need the information.
Lastly, searchers can use the CDCR’s online database to perform a wider California inmate search and thus look for a person in all of the state’s correctional facilities.
Imperial County warrant search
We recommend that you start your inquiry at the sheriff office (328 Applestill Road, El Centro, CA 92243. Telephone numbers 442-265-2000). By going there, you will get the opportunity to view the list of the county’s wanted people and find out if the person you are checking is included in it.
Finding Imperial County warrants online
This website provides and effective online background check tool. Fill in the subject’s name and you will get repots containing his / her full criminal history (including data on previous arrests). The information arrives from reliable and updated governmental and private sources. Searchers’ confidentiality is guaranteed.
Conducting a case search
To view copies of Imperial County court records you need to file a request and direct it to the executive officer at the Superior Court. You can do it in person or via mail: 939 W. Main St. El Centro, CA 92243. Rule 10.500 of the California Rules of Court enables the public to view judicial records unless they are sealed for a specific reason (Juvenile records are usually not accessible to the public). For further details, dial 760-482-2250.
538 violent crimes were reported in the county in 2014. Police had to deal with 3 murders, 33 rapes, 113 robberies and 434 assaults. The number of property crimes was 5,536 (including 1,303 burglaries and 3,608 larceny cases).