San Luis Obispo County Arrest Records and Warrant Search
Sometimes being over-cautious is worthwhile especially when it comes to the safety of your family. Let’s take a common situation as an example: Your daughter started dating a person you do not trust. You even think he is dangerous. Would you not want to be able to check his background? It is possible and even quite simple. Read the following lines and learn how to trace San Luis Obispo County arrest records and warrants. We will also show you how to find a person’s history of prosecutions and convictions.
Undertaking a San Luis Obispo County arrest records search
Use the following address: http://www.slosheriff.org/custody.php in order to find who is in custody in San Luis Obispo County Jail. This is an official inmate locator run by the sheriff office. It displays the following details:
- The detainee’s bodily description, gender and age.
- The charges filed against the detainee.
- The detainee’s ID and booking number.
- The detainee’s booking and released date.
- The agency that made the arrest and the location of the arrest.
- Bond amount (if there was any).
For further inquiry, you may call the jail directly at (805) 781-4600.
If you suspect the person you are searching is held in other facilities across the state, we recommend performing a California inmate search with the help of the CDCR’s searchable data bank.
If you intend to trace older San Luis Obispo County arrest records (i.e. you want to know whether a person has been incarcerated in the past), use the search tool on this page. It display’s a person full criminal record and a list of all the offenses he was accused of. The data is derived from reliable private and governmental sources. It is up to date and precise. Searcher’s confidentiality is guaranteed.
Tracing active and outstanding warrants
For an effective San Luis Obispo County warrant search, look for the assistance of the sheriff’s stuff. They store information on all the criminal activities that have taken place in the county and they will be able to tell you whether a certain person is wanted for questioning. Since they do not provide the means to garner information on the Internet, you have no choice but to physically appear at their office located at 1585 Kansas Ave. San Luis Obispo, California 93405.
To acquire more instructions, call the Records & Warrant Division, (805) 781-4588.
Carrying out a case search
San Luis Obispo County court records are kept at the Superior Court. The Criminal Division is located at 1050 Monterey Street Room 220. San Luis Obispo, CA, 93408. Upon arriving there, you will need to ask them to search for a specific file (a case number will be very helpful to simplify the search). You will need to file a request to see the materials and pay a fee. For more details, contact them at (805) 781-5670.
Looking at the county’s crime data, one can see that in 2014, 1,177 violent crimes were committed (3 murders, 97 rapes, 71 robberies and 1,006 assaults). 5,683 property crimes were reported as well. There were 1,395 burglaries and 3,893 larceny-theft cases.