Fresno County had 14,294 arrests for the last 3 years, in 2017 the arrest rate was 464.02 per 100.000 population which is by 37.21% lower than the National average of 739.02 per 100.000 inhabitants. Among the 2017 arrests 1,213 were made for violent crime charges. Compared to neighboring county Alameda and county Imperial it’s a more dangerous place to live in.
Currently, the most popular arrest in Fresno is burglary - 1,469 arrests followed by larceny/theft - 1,249 and aggravated assault - 1,074 arrests.
Violent crime in Fresno County is considered rape and sexual assault, robbery, and assault. For the recent years the violent crime rate has increased but not the non-violent crime rate. Compared to the national average of - 100.65 per 100.000 people the overall violent crime rate for the county is by 22.99% higher.
Most of the county arrests fall into 21-30 age group whereas the least arrests are seen between people who are 71-80 years old.
Police records exist in different types of law enforcement agencies and in many forms. In most cases, Fresno county police reports may be found from the local county Sheriff’s Office. You can appear in person and request copies as county police records are available to the general public per the state laws and the Freedom of Information Act. These records may include Fresno county police reports, Fresno county bookings and even mugshots. These records are related to when someone is arrested, booked, and jailed. First, they are questioned, and basic information is taken while officers fills out the report. Then they takes mugshots of the suspect, and they are put in a jail cell until they can make bail the fees. Some counties may charge a fee for a copy of police records. You may have to visit in person and may need to have the following information for them to find your file:
This will help the officer find the documents you need.
Fresno county police records can provide a lot of information about a suspect. A good example of police record might be a traffic accident report. Some records are available to the public after a waiting period, such as 60-days.
Sometimes you can order copies of Fresno county police records by mail. Contact your local county Sheriff’s Office to inquire about forms and the fees.
Fresno County mugshots have been used since the 1800s, shortly after the invention of photography. Then in 1888, a French police officer Alphonse Bertillon standardized the process and made it the norm. Groups of these mugshots are kept in a “mug book” to help witnesses and victims identify criminals.
Fresno county mugshots are the photographs taken of suspects upon arrest. Local police, Sheriff’s Offices, and other law enforcement agencies take them. Typically , the subject is photographed from the front (full-face view) and then the side (profile view). These Fresno county mugshots are filed with the person’s criminal record and police reports. They are used by victims, witnesses, and investigators to identify criminals guys.
Additionally , when a judge issues an Fresno county arrest warrant for other purposes , and the person does not show up in court, these mugshots are used to help find the suspect.
Mugshots are readily available online as they are public records. Information brokers portals offer mugshots with other types of public records such as criminal records, arrest records and other court cases.
Police and arrest records will also contain on felonies, misdemeanors, and sex offenders. Since everything is computerized available and connected, any past incidents will show up as well.
Most of the Fresno felonies fall to males - 92% while women have a share of 8% felony crimes.
This year misdemeanor crime rate breakdown in Fresno by race is the following: 35.9% of crimes were committed by hispanic, 30.8% by the white races, 23.6% by African Americans, 7.7% by asians, and 2.1% by Indians.
|Clovis Police Department||1233 5th St||559-324-2800|
|Coalinga Police Department||270 N 6th St||(559)935-2313|
|Firebaugh Police Department||1575 11th St||(559)659-3051|
|Fowler Police Department||128 S 5th St||(559)834-3254|
|Fresno Police Department||2323 Mariposa Street||(559) 621-7000|
|Huron Police Department||36389 S. Lassen Ave||(559) 945-2348|
|Kerman Police Department||850 S. Madera Avenue||(559) 846-6633|
|Kingsburg Police Department||1300 California Street||559-897-4418|
|Parlier Police Department||8770 S Mendocino Avenue||(559)646-6600|
|Reedley Police Department||843 G St||(559)637-4200|
|Sanger Police Department||1700 7th St||(559)875-8521|
|Selma Police Department||1935 E. Front Street||(559) 896-2525|
FRESNO County has 2,486 jails with an average daily population of 389 inmates with a total of 2,661 jail population. When breaking down the FRESNO County jail population by gender, females are a minority compared to male prisoners and make 12% with 308 female and 2,215 male inmates.
Fresno County inmate records are public records that anyone can review easily. The Freedom of Information Act governs the availability of regarding Fresno county inmate records which provide a lot of useful information about a person.
Fresno county bookings are also helpful when looking for information on whether or not someone has been arrested. When a suspect is arrested, the officer fills out forms and then holds them in a jail , which essentially becomes their Fresno county booking record. It may also include things like fingerprints, mugshots , physical details, their name, and address, arresting officer , the details of the crime, the location, and any vehicles that were involved. The general public has the right to review a copy of someone’s Fresno county booking records without any type of permission .
|Mendota FCI||33500 WEST CALIFORNIA AVENUE||559-274-4000|
|Pleasant Valley State Prison (PVSP)||24863 West Jayne Avenue||559-935-4900|