• Question: Need record of "911 emergency call made on sept. 19, 2016 for court appearance on june 14, 2016 (Los Angeles, CA)
    By Nan
    May 18, 2018
  • Question: You can request an arrest summary from the Los Angeles Police department (LAPD). All arrests from the LAPD should appear on this report, which includes dates, charges and dispositions on file. The report does not include any other agencies than the LAPD. To obtain an arrest summary, you can either go directly to LAPD's administration building and request it in person or mail it in to the LAPD records and identification division. The summary requires a fee, fingerprints by a local law enforcement agency, letter of the request and the payment/fee. You can get a statewide search from California's department of justice. LAPD's site information for requesting the report and the address to mail it to. (Los Angeles, CA)
    By AdamWest
    Mar 14, 2017
  • Question: Living trust mills is there a time limit to file a complaint (Los Angeles, CA)
    By Duvaski
    Feb 25, 2016
  • Question: Females arrested on sierra hwy in canyon country on 12/13 /12 around 8:00 pm (Los Angeles, CA)
    By k1377
    Dec 19, 2012
    Reply:

    The LAPD shows their recent arrests online, a booking log on their site

    By jay
    Apr 09, 2014

    Reply:

    You can begin with crime mapping and follow the story on the local periodicals published online.

    By manuel
    Jul 16, 2015

  • Question: Can I find my arrest record from 5 27 06 west hollywood to 7 15 06 twin towers jail (Los Angeles, CA)
    By jesse
    May 19, 2015
    Reply:

    Arrest reports are generally issued by the arresting police department, and its requests can be submitted to the department directly.

    By carlos
    Jul 16, 2015

  • Question: Are clearance letters from the LAPD valid for employment purposes? (Los Angeles, CA)
    By adm
    Mar 13, 2015
    Reply:

    The police department in LA does provide clearance letters, but only for foreign travel and adoption. The California Department of Justice issues clearance letters or letters of good conduct for immigration purposes. Most other states do provide clearance letters for employment reasons. The FBI conducts checks for certain employer categories in California.

    By admn-resp
    Mar 13, 2015

  • Question: What happens to juvenile records once you're an adult? (Los Angeles, CA)
    By ed
    Mar 10, 2015
    Reply:

    Juvenile records do not go away on their own. Once you reach the age of eighteen, you are eligible to seal your juvenile records. Five years after that they will be destroyed. You can do this by filling out a court form and filing it with the juvenile court where the conviction was.

    By admn-resp
    Mar 10, 2015

  • Question: When looking up a case, I see 'Next Court Code: NWR'. What does the NWR mean? (Los Angeles, CA)
    By BB
    Jun 18, 2014
  • Question: Arrest Log for November 8, 2013 (Los Angeles, CA)
    By AL
    Nov 09, 2013
    Reply:

    The police department keeps arrest logs which some will put online for public view. In this instance, the LAPD provides a link to crime maps through their website which shows crimes and arrests, responses to calls and more. Other areas are also covered. You can see the case number, date and time of the crime, location, description and arresting department.

    By jan
    Dec 09, 2013

  • Question: I am looking for information about a car crash near Los Angeles involving a stolen truck being pursued by police on October 22, 2013. A man and woman were arrested. The driver of the other car died (Los Angeles, CA)
    By CGB
    Oct 23, 2013
  • Question: How can you find a murder record of someone who was caught 6 to 8 months after the murder that happened Oct 03, 1989 in Los Angeles. They caught the man after he killed a police officer later in 1990. (Los Angeles, CA)
    By Dave
    Sep 18, 2013
  • Question: Does the Los Angeles Police department offer background checks? (Los Angeles, CA)
    By jay
    Mar 12, 2013
    Reply:

    The LAPD offers several types of crime reports to the public with restrictions. Some require court orders or subpoenas and some just a request form. When looking for arrest summaries for yourself, you can request to obtain a list of dates, charges and dispositions. This can be applied for in person or by mail. If you're looking for misdemeanor DUI arrests, you can go to the LA superior court and for felony DUI records, the request can be made directly to the records and identification division of the LAPD. Arrest reports are different and in most cases require court order or subpoena. Copies of crime reports can be obtained from the department by mailing the request to its records and identification division. Other reports that can be ordered are traffic reports, detention date information and more. Each type of record has its own guidelines. These may not be the only method in which to request data and does not cover any arrests or crimes outside their jurisdiction.

    By ken
    Mar 12, 2013

  • Question: Can you tell me the charges against someone arrested on 2-28-13? (Los Angeles, CA)
    By Di
    Mar 05, 2013
    Reply:

    The LA county sheriffs department offers a free online search of their detainees. You can see the arrest date, time, the agency that arrested the individual, bail amount, housing location, court, release and case information. Case data link will show court address, fine amount, court date, disposition, sentence and date.

    By fina
    Mar 12, 2013

  • Question: How can the public access background checks and criminal records in California? (Los Angeles, CA)
    By jan
    Dec 05, 2012
    Reply:

    Many businesses along with the general public are not aware of methods in which to obtain a criminal history report and its restrictions. When required by an employer for screening of applicants, certifications, professional licensing, clearances when applying for immigration or temporary visas and adoptions abroad, the California Department of Justice offers automated services to access criminal history background checks. Fingerprints can be scanned digitally and submitted electronically. This allows for a quick response time of 72 hours after submissions. The fingerprinting process must be performed by a certified roller or law enforcement personnel.

    By stfmember
    Dec 05, 2012

  • Question: Anyone know what happened with a murder on 11/26/12 in Hermon (Highland Park area) off kendall ave? (Los Angeles, CA)
    By Big
    Nov 28, 2012
  • Question: Who was arrested in Baldwin park 08/24/12? (Los Angeles, CA)
    By Chuckie
    Aug 26, 2012
  • Question: What happened on 7/26/2012 night in Rowland Heights. Police undercover and cops on bikes. (Los Angeles, CA)
    By judy
    Jul 28, 2012