San Mateo County Arrest Records and Warrant Search San Mateo County Arrest Records and Warrant Search Unless a person is spotted while engaging in a criminal activity, to incarcerate a suspect, police must obtain an arrest warrant. Like all other cou
San Mateo County Arrest Records and Warrant SearchUnless a person is spotted while engaging in a criminal activity, to incarcerate a suspect, police must obtain an arrest warrant. Like all other counties in California, San Mateo County warrants must be officially approved by a judge who will be willing to sign them only if the police are able to clearly establish a probable cause for an arrest. The primary source for a San Mateo County warrant search is the Criminal Record Bureau managed by the sheriff office. They can be reached at 400 County Center Redwood City, Ca. 94063 (or by phone at 650-363-4911). To find information on bench warrants (issued against a person who has failed to appear in court), contact the county's Superior Court at 650-363-4302.
Performing a San Mateo County arrest records searchSince the sheriff office's Corrections Division does not offer an electronic inmate locator, to find an inmate, the best option available to you is to contact each of the county's correctional facilities:
- Maguire Correctional Facility – 300 Bradford St. Redwood City, California 94063. Phone no. 650-363-4000 (extension 6070/6071).
- Maple Street Complex Facilities (the Correctional Center for females and the Transitional Facility) – 1580 and 1590 Maple St. Redwood City, California 94063. Phone no. 650-363-4310.