Placer County Arrest Records and Warrant Search
There is a variety of resources you can use to find Placer County arrest records or warrants. This article will introduce the important ones to assist you in carrying out a criminal background check on people residing in the county.
Performing a Placer County arrest records search
On the homepage of the sheriff’s website you will see a link to a daily booking and release report with which you can see names of people who were incarcerated and released in the last 24 hours. There is also a link to an in-custody report which shows people who are currently detained in the county jail. You can use it as an online inmate locator through which you can obtain the following data: an inmate’s name, physical description and booking and release date. You can learn which agency apprehended the inmate and what charges were brought against him or her.
Moreover, the CDCR’s maintains a statewide online database built in order to allow users to perform a California inmate search.
To locate older Placer County arrest records, consider using the search box annexed to this article. You do not need more than a name to run a thorough background check that will give you accurate and up to date reports about the subject’s criminal history. Inquiries are confidential.
Conducting a warrant inquiry
Placer County warrants can be obtained at the sheriff office. Unfortunately, they do not operate an online data bank open to the public. That means searchers have to arrive at their office in person (2929 Richardson Dr Auburn, California 95603. Telephone no.530-889-7800) and ask to go over their criminal archives.
The sheriff’s website presents a list of the county’s most wanted persons. It includes suspects’ mugshots, physical description as well as the type of offense they allegedly committed.
Placer County court records
A case search will tell you whether a person has prior convictions and thus a criminal record. You ought to turn to the website of the Superior Court where you can find a court case inquiry tool. Further information requires paying them a visit (10820 Justice Center Drive, Roseville CA 95678) and filing a formal request to view public records. This service includes a fee. To learn more, contact them at 916-408-6000.
Only 596 violent crimes were committed in the county in 2014. Police investigated 2 homicide cases, 58 rapes, 105 robberies and 431 assaults. 6,643 property crimes, including 1,427 burglaries, were reported as well.