In Sacramento County, California, the process of issuing an arrest warrant requires the existence of a body of evidence and facts called probable cause. A judge inspects the relevant data to see if any reasonable person could determine whether there was a law violation. If the likely cause is found worthy, the judge authorizes the order and becomes an active warrant.
An active warrant gives law enforcement authority to locate and detain the subject. If the individual cannot be found, the order becomes an outstanding warrant and stays in force until the suspect is arrested, appears before the court, any bail is paid, and a court date is scheduled.
To conduct a warrant search in Sacramento County, CA, contact the Sacrament County Sheriff’s Department using the telephone at 916-874-5115 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 916-874-5115 end_of_the_skype_highlighting, or online at https://www.sacsheriff.com/. Sacramento County does have a limited amount of arrest warrant information available online in the form of the Sheriff’s Most Wanted and can be viewed at https://www.sacsheriff.com/Mostwanted/.
If your warrant search includes a desire for past arrest records, you may contact the Superior Court of California County of Sacramento at 916-874-5744 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 916-874-5744 end_of_the_skype_highlighting, or saccourt.ca.gov/. There is also an Index Search System at services.saccourt.ca.gov/indexsearchnew/.
Additional information may be obtained using the above search form to explore an online criminal records database for the State of California.
If you want information about someone arrested, contact the Sacramento County Main Jail at 874-6752, or search the Sacramento County Sheriff’s County Inmate Information at https://www.sacsheriff.com/inmate_information/.
In Sacramento County, California, over 470,000 crimes were reported between 1999 and 2008. An average of over 47,000 per year, or a report every eleven minutes. Of the total crimes, close to 315,000 were thefts, over 3,000 rapes, and about 700 murders. During this period, the overall crime rate rose by 49 percent, while violent crime increased by over 64 percent.