LASC-Criminal Index Online Services Search for Case Number by Defendant Name This site allows you to access a search for case number by defendant name in the Los Angeles Superior Court via our secure web server.
The Los Angeles Superior Court provides many online resources. You can check on your jury duty, pay your ticket, check court records and more.
What form of payment do you accept? Obtaining a Report How do I obtain a copy of a criminal/traffic collision report and how much does it cost? Can I have a representative (i.e. family member, friend, or attorney) come in to request my criminal history record or report? What types of identification do you require?
Arson recorded the smallest number of arrests with 82 incidents while there were 139, 115, 1,450, and 1,794 total arrests for homicide, rape, robbery, and burglary, respectively. Compared to 2012 Los Angeles County arrest records, there were fewer homicides (20%), rape (20%), robbery (19%), and burglary (64%) arrests in 2016.
Los Angeles County Criminal Records are documents that list an individual's criminal history in Los Angeles County, California. A criminal record may include an individual's arrests, warrants, criminal charges filed, and convictions and sentences for criminal offenses.
5. Q: How can I change, correct, or update my criminal history records? A: If you feel the information contained within your DOJ criminal history record is incorrect, you may submit a formal challenge to the DOJ after you have received a copy of your record from the DOJ, pursuant to California Penal Code Sections 11120-11127. Form
PUBLIC RECORDS REQUESTS The California Public Records Act declares that access to government information is a fundamental right of residents.
Los Angeles, CA 90030. State Department of Justice: If you have been arrested in multiple jurisdictions, it is recommended that you request your criminal history records from the California Department of justice (D0J) instead of requesting arrest summaries from multiple localities.
Print Courts may keep official records about cases in paper or electronic format. There are three ways to look at court records: Go to the courthouse and ask to look at paper records. Go to the courthouse and look at electronic court records. If your court offers it, look at electronic records over the internet. This is called “remote access.”
Go to the LA County Sheriff’s Department website at https://www.lasd.org/ and click the “Records and Identification Bureau” link. Select the “Records and Reports” option from the menu, then choose “Arrest Records” from the list. Download and fill out the “Arrest Record Request” form.