Madera County Police Records Search

Perform a free Madera County CA public police records search, including police reports, logs, notes, blotters, bookings, and mugshots.

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Are Police Records open to the public?

Yes, in most cases Police Records are considered public records, and they are available for public access. Many police departments provide online access to certain types of records, though documents related to ongoing investigations or sensitive personal information will not be included.

Do Police Records include 911 reports?

Yes, records of 911 calls and incident reports are considered Police Records. These reports list information about the reported incident, the caller's identity, the time and location, and the police officers dispatched to handle the incident. They can also include police reports on the incident.

What is a daily arrest log?

A daily arrest log is a report kept by a police department that lists the arrests made on any given day. Arrest logs are typically abbreviated reports about all police arrests, including the charges. Many law enforcement departments publish new arrest records daily or monthly in order to keep the community informed.