Fresno County Warrant Search, California – Us Warrants

Fresno County Warrant Search, California

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Because state privacy laws do not allow for the public dissemination of details pertaining to criminal records, you will not be able to conduct a warrant search in Fresno County, California through the local sheriff’s office or through the court system. However, you can get a copy of your personal criminal history information through the State Department of Justice or the Fresno Sheriff’s Department. Also, you get some latitude when trying to access arrest records for individuals who are currently in police custody.

How do I find information on active warrants for Fresno County, CA?

  • To access a copy of personal police records, you will need to provide your fingerprints. If you are a resident of Fresno, you can avail the live scan facility at these Fresno locations here. The form to use is available here. And you can find more details on the information needed on the Criminal Records page. You will have to pay $25 for your criminal records, which can be used for any official purpose, including adoption, immigration, etc. Mail the completed applications to the Record Review Unit, Department of Justice of California, P.O. Box 903417, Sacramento, CA 94203-4170.
  • To obtain information on Fresno County police records, you can approach the records unit of the Sheriff’s Office at 2200 Fresno St. Fresno, CA 93721. You can get details on arrest warrants, restraining orders, incident summaries, and more through the records unit. For more details call on 559-600-8400.
  • If you want to find arrest records for inmates, including details on charges, location of detention, and bail amount, go to Fresno county sheriff inmate search here.
  • Moreover, you can access limited information on outstanding warrants from Fresno County by accessing the public portal of the local judiciary on the Public Records Request page.

Nearly 5200 property crimes and about 1000 violent crimes were reported in Fresno County, California in 2014. Although there wasn’t a big change in the number of violent crimes, the average of property crimes did go down by almost 15% between 2012 and 2014.