|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(118)Mendocino County Police Departments|
|California Parks And Recreation Law Enforcement - Mendocino District||9500 Russian Gulch State Park||Mendocino||CA||95460||707-937-5804|
|Mendocino County Police Departments|
|California Highway Patrol||540 South Orchard Avenue||Ukiah||CA||95482||707-467-4040|
|Fort Bragg Police Department||250 Cypress Street||Fort Bragg||CA||95437||707-961-2800|
|Hopland Tribal Police Department||300 Shanel Road||Hopland||CA||95449|
|Ukiah Police Department||300 Seminary Avenue||Ukiah||CA||95482||707-463-6242|
|Willits Police Department||125 East Commercial Street||Willits||CA||95490||707-459-6122|
|Mendocino County Sheriff Departments|
|Mendocino County Sheriffs Department - Fort Bragg Substation||700 South Franklin Street||Fort Bragg||CA||95437||707-964-6308|
|Mendocino County Sheriffs Department - Willits Sub Station||125 East Commercial Street||Willits||CA||95490||707-459-6111|
|Mendocino County Sheriffs Office / Mendocino County Jail||951 Low Gap Road||Ukiah||CA||95482||707-463-4411|
|Mendocino County Probation Department|
|Mendocino County Probation Department||589 Low Gap Road||Ukiah||CA||95482||707-234-6910|
|Mendocino County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|City of Ukiah Police Department Logs|
|County of Mendocino Crime Map|
|Fort Bragg Police Department Logs|
|Fort Bragg Police Department Press Releases|
|Mendocino County Child Support Warrants|
|Mendocino County Criminal Records|
|Mendocino County Most Wanted|
|Mendocino County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Mendocino County Sex Offender Registry|
|Mendocino County Sheriff's Office Most Wanted|
|Mendocino County Sheriff's Office Website|
|Superior Court of Mendocino County Website|
|Superior Court of Mendocino Court Records|
|Ukiah Police Department Logs|
|Ukiah Police Department Most Wanted|
|Ukiah Police Department Press Releases|
Overview Of Warrant Records
Warrant Records in Mendocino County California are maintained by the State of California and are available to anyone who requests them. These are considered public records and all searches must be submitted in writing to the circuit court of the county in which the person’s case is pending. In addition to being free for public access, it is also required that the warrants be filed in the proper venue and the papers signed by a notary public. If a person has been arrested and released without any warrant, they should still not sign or produce the papers unless they can provide a valid reason.
Warrant records are extremely useful to law enforcement agencies as well as the public in general. People can be arrested for a number of reasons including; if they are suspected of committing a crime, are wanted on outstanding warrants, or are in the process of attempting to flee the jurisdiction of the law. When a person has been arrested, there is no way for them to get out of this situation without some type of legal documentation proving their identity or whereabouts.
The first step that should be taken when dealing with warrants is determining if they are legal. The fact that a warrant is present has nothing to do with whether the person has committed a crime. Once a warrant is issued, it remains active until it is lifted by a judge. In many instances, people believe that if they were present at the time of their warrant, they are still innocent. This is not the case as once a warrant is issued, it can be found on any person at any time.
Warrant records are considered public information and are readily available for any person to view. These records can be accessed through various means depending on how confidential they are. If a person needs to view an individual’s record, they can request a copy from the courts directly. A person who is being investigated for any type of legal proceeding will most likely be asked to turn over any records that are pertinent to their case. Similarly, people are commonly instructed to turn over any documents that contain information that could prove useful to their defense.
People who are involved in criminal investigations are usually instructed to turn over all warrant records that may be relevant to their case. If a person does not have knowledge of a warrant in their possession, they are required to inform police immediately. Warrant records are not supposed to be secret but they can be kept confidential if a person does not wish to disclose them. Obtaining information about a warrant can sometimes prove to be difficult as most counties do not publish warrant information publicly. Information is only available in the county where the warrant was issued.
Warrant searches are carried out by police officers when they have reason to suspect that a person has committed a crime. It usually depends on the jurisdiction of the police officer as to how they carry out their investigations. Performing a search can only be done after the police officer has obtained permission from the person being searched. Permission is often granted for limited purposes such as investigating a person who is believed to have committed a crime. People who are regularly involved in suspicious activities may want to ensure that they do not violate any laws and so get themselves designated as a peace officer, which authorizes them to search people for any warrant that is registered against them.