Santa Clara County CA Arrest Warrants Search

California Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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If you desire to search for arrest warrants or fugitive information in Santa Clara County CA, you should telephone the Office of the Sheriff at (408) 808-4570. You will need to have the name and date of birth for whom the warrants search is being conducted. If your investigation is for any outstanding warrants for someone other than yourself, the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office is only able to provide information on warrants held by their office.

If you are local to the area, the Santa Clara County, CA Sheriff’s Office is open 24 hours a day, including holidays, and is located at 55 West Younger Avenue, 1st Floor in San Jose, CA (https://www.sccgov.org/sites/scc/Documents/home.html). There is no charge for this warrant search, but you will need to have proper identification for your in-person request. They are able to conduct a complete warrant check for you. Please be prepared; you will have to deal directly with an officer if your search returns an outstanding warrant. This may include having to pay bail, or may even result in an immediate arrest.

If you desire to obtain past arrest records, or get detailed court records specific to any criminal case, you may visit The Superior Court of California County of Santa Clara . You may also acquire information on California criminal records by referring to the above search option of online database.

If you believe that an individual is currently in the Santa Clara County, CA jail, simply have the subject’s name and date of birth and conduct an inmate search at: http://eservices.sccgov.org/ovr/find_inmate.do. This search is only for inmates currently incarcerated in the facility.

There were over 460,000 crimes reported in Santa Clara County, California between 1999 and 2008. Crime incident takes place approximately every eleven minutes resulting in over 46,000 reported events each year. Although violent crime decreased by over 30% during this same time frame, the overall rate of crime has risen by 5%. This includes 336,000 thefts, 4,100 rapes, and over 380 murders.

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