Shasta County Arrest Records and Warrant Search
Today, it is much less difficult to perform a background check in any county in California. In the last couple of years a growing number of online sources have made it possible to perform most of the inquiry from the comfort of your personal computer, iPad or cellular phone. This means that obtaining files such as Shasta County arrest records requires no more than a simple search on the Internet as the following lines will show.
Running a Shasta County arrest records search
The jail log on sheriff’s website presents inmates that are currently in custody. On the same page you will also find an inmate locator that will disclose the following data: the detainees’ physical description, gender, age, booking number and date and charges. You will also see the law enforcement agency that made the arrest and bail information.To acquire more information, you may contact the county jail at (530) 245-6100.
If you want your inquiry to encompass the whole state, you may go to the CDCR’s website and perform a California inmate search. You will get a broader perspective and be able to locate a person in the state’s prisons.
Finding Shasta County warrants
We strongly advise referring to the Record Division at the sheriff office. They gather information from all over the county and catalogue and stores various legal document. They will certainly be able to provide you with information on wanted persons against whom an arrest warrant has been issued. They are located at the sheriff office:1525 Court St. Redding, California 96001.Questions should be directed to (530) 245-6025.
If you wish to carry out a Shasta County warrant search on the Internet, we suggest that you use the search box attached to this article. It will show you a person’s criminal history including all arrest orders issued against him or her. Moreover you will get access to civil records as well, such as marriage and divorce records, property reports, etc. The databases from which results arrive are highly reliable and are regularly updated. Searchers remain fully confidential.
Guidelines for a case search
The Superior Court’s website contains an array of online services, one of which contains a case index search that enables you to trace Shasta County court records electronically. You will be able to view a case name, number, type and date. If you are seeking more information, you should file a formal request and hand it in in person to either the court’s Civil Division or Criminal Division (depending on the type of dockets you are seeking). The request can also be sentvia mail. Their address is Main Courthouse, 1500 Court Street, Redding CA 96001. For Further details dial (530) 245-6789.
In 2014, 1,275 crimes occurred in the county. They included 8 homicides, 111 rapes, 171 robberies, 985 assaults. There were 5,705 property crimes (1,331 burglaries).