Search free Madera County CA crime records such as arrest records, warrant search, jail and prison records, inmate search, police records, sex offender registry, and court records.
Clerks file important documents and preserve municipal records in order to maintain an archive for their municipality that can be accessed by the public. The Clerk's Office is an important source for crime records. Multiple court records can be obtained through the Clerk's Office, including case records for felonies, misdemeanors, and traffic infractions. Many Clerk's Offices provide online access to court records as well as online criminal history searches.
Madera County Clerk Madera CA 200 West 4th Street 93637 559-675-7700
Courts maintain records on their cases and make these documents available to the public, including case records for felonies and misdemeanors, criminal violations, and traffic infractions. There are many types of courts, including municipal, district, superior, and appellate courts. You will need to know the court of record and have a name or the case number in order to locate a court case. Many courts also provide docket information for ongoing cases. Court records can often be requested online.
Madera Superior Court Madera CA 209 West Yosemite Avenue 93637 559-675-7944
District attorneys are charged with prosecuting crimes in court. The District Attorney's Office makes information on ongoing criminal cases and upcoming court dates available to the public. Most District Attorney's Offices provide online access to current and recent cases, excluding juvenile cases and cases sealed by the court. If you need information on an ongoing criminal case, the District Attorney's Office can give you important information about the defendants involved in the case.
Madera County District Attorney Madera CA 209 West Yosemite Avenue 93637 559-675-7726
Jails and Prisons maintain records on current and former inmates. This information is accessible to the public through the relevant Department of Corrections or the Federal Bureau of Prisons. These records contain information on a criminal's conviction and sentence, the facility where an inmate is incarcerated, and release dates. In order to locate jail and prison records, you will need a last name and supporting information such as an identification number, date of birth, and the inmate's incarceration status. Jail and prison records are available online through county, state, or federal databases.
California State Prison Chowchilla CA 21633 Avenue 24 93610 559-665-6100
Madera County Jail Madera CA 14191 Road 28 93638 559-675-7951
Madera County Juvenile Hall Madera CA 28219 Avenue 14 93638 559-675-7951
Police Departments maintain records on criminal arrests, incidents reported to the police, and other criminal records. Many of these records are available to the public, including 911 incident response reports, police incident reports, and witness statements in certain departments. Logs of arrests and search warrants are also public records. Some police records, particularly those involving ongoing cases or sensitive information, are sealed. Many police departments provide online access to crime records online.
Madera Police Department Madera CA 330 South C Street 93638 559-675-4200
Police Department Chowchilla CA 122 Trinity Avenue 93610 559-665-8600
Probation Departments enforce court orders by monitoring probationers to prevent them from committing new crimes. Probation departments maintain records on individuals currently or formerly under probation. State law governs access to probation records and may restrict certain information about a probationer. Contact the local Probation Department if you need someone's probation record.
Madera County Probation Department Madera CA 209 West Yosemite Avenue 93637 559-675-7739
Sheriffs maintain records on criminal arrests, incidents reported to the sheriff, traffic collision reports, and other criminal records. Some sheriff records, particularly those involving ongoing cases or sensitive information, are not available to the public. Many Sheriff's Offices provide access to incident reports if you know some basic information about the incident, and some Sheriff's Offices provide criminal history background checks.
Madera County Sheriff's Office Madera CA 200 West 4th Street 93637 559-675-7703
The Town Hall or City Hall is the chief administrative office that runs the town or city. Town Halls and City Halls maintain records related to the locality, including criminal records. Many provide online access to local crime reports.
Chowchilla City Hall Chowchilla CA 130 South 2nd Street 93610 559-665-8615
Madera City Hall Madera CA 205 West 4th Street 93637 559-661-5400