Sierra County Inmate Jail Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(227)Sierra County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Sierra County JailPO Box 66DownievilleCA95936530-289-3700
Sierra County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Sierra County Jail100 Courthouse SquareAlleghanyCA95910530-289-3700
Sierra County Sheriffs Department / Sierra County Jail100 Courthouse SquareAlleghanyCA95910530-289-3700
Sierra County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Sierra County Jail Inmate Search
Sierra County Jail Records
Sierra County Sheriff-Coroner Website
Statistics
Pretrial Jail Population 4
Female Pretrial Jail Population
Male Pretrial Jail Population 5
Total Jail Admissions 15
Total Jail Population 3
Female Jail Population 1
Male Jail Population 4
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population 1
Latino Jail Population 3
Native Jail Population 1
White Jail Population 1
Total Prison Population 6
Female Prison Population
Male Prison Population 6
Asian Prison Population
Black Prison Population
Latino Prison Population
Native Prison Population
White Prison Population 5
Other Prison Population 1

Jail Records Can Give You Peace of Mind

In these modern times of increased access to the Internet and freedom of information, searching for Sierra County Jail Records has become relatively easy. However, due to the privacy laws that protect individuals against unauthorized disclosure of personal records, you still should exercise caution and diligence when choosing to conduct a search. There are many options available for looking up these records. One way is by visiting each of the different county departments for information directly on their respective websites.

Jail Records in Sierra County California

Another option is by visiting your local courthouse for information directly from their databases. However, this option is often inconvenient as well as costly as it requires you to physically go there. Another method of obtaining jail records is through third party websites that offer to provide you with the information you need in a convenient online format. Many of these websites require you to pay a fee before they provide you with comprehensive information. You can also obtain information by going directly to the website of the California Department of Justice.

Accessing the Criminal Records database of the California Department of Justice provides access to personal information for all people in California. The records include personal history, fingerprints, marriage licenses, court records and more. However, the state government is not responsible for the accuracy of the information provided nor is it obligated to use it in any way. You should exercise caution if you choose to use this service.

For example, if you are researching a person’s background history you may receive the incorrect information. This is especially likely if the person has committed a crime in more than one state or country. Due to limitations in the system, the records are not considered to be public records. Instead you must request the information from the state or jurisdiction that the individual lived in at the time of the offense.

Jail records are considered public records and if you are searching for them online you can often find them for free. However, if the person you are researching had committed a crime in more than one jurisdiction you may have to pay for the information. Additionally, you will be charged a fee if you want to do an intensive search. If you are serious about performing a jail records check then the fee should be well worth the amount of time it saves you. However, many people make the mistake of believing that there are no fees to be had when they actually end up with a higher bill.

Jail records can also be requested from federal agencies such as the Federal Bureau of Prisons, the Drug Enforcement Administration or the Immigration and Customs Enforcement. These organizations maintain millions of public records including inmate records, prison records of criminal activity that are considered beyond public reach. Therefore, you may have to pay for these records. If you have reason to believe that someone has committed a crime in more than one jurisdiction you may need to see all three sources of public records to be certain.