Solano County Arrest Records and Warrant Search

Finding Solano County arrest records and warrants is easier than you think. All you need is time and patience. The Internet contains abundant information that can be utilized for an effective background check.

Performing an arrest search

The website of the sheriff office contains online jail booking logs to help you locate people that were incarcerated in the last 7 days. For a more thorough inquiry, we advise running a California inmate search by referring to the CDCR’s computerized data bank at http://inmatelocator.cdcr.ca.gov/.

Older Solano County arrest records can be extracted from the data provided by the electronic search service on this page. By filling in a person’s name, you will obtain his or her full and accurate criminal history. Your inquiry will be kept confidential.

Carrying out a Solano County warrant search

The sheriff office is the major source for garnering information on active warrants issued in the county. Pay them a visit at 530 Union Avenue, Suite 100, Fairfield California 94533 and check their archives. You can try to get information via the phone at 707-784-7010.

If you have reasons to believe an arrest order has been issued against you, stay away from the sheriff office because you might be apprehended. Send a relative or a friend to run the search on your behalf.

Tracing court dockets

Solano County court records are processed and kept by the Criminal Division of the Superior Court. You need to arrive in person either at the Fairfield Branch (Law and Justice Building. 600 Union Ave., Ste. 151. Fairfield, CA 94533. Telephone:707-207-7380) or at the Vallejo Branch (Solano Justice Building, 321 Tuolumne Street, Vallejo, CA 94590. Telephone: 707-561-7880), depending on where the crime took place. Once you are there, you can review court files. If a file requires more than 10 minutes to be located, you will be asked to pay 15 dollars. You can search for up to 5 cases per day.

Crime data

2,109 violent crimes were committed in the county throughout 2014. They included 27 murders, 146 rapes, 723 robberies and 1,213 aggravated assaults. The number of property crimes was 13,453 (of which there were 3,773 burglaries).