The Records Division is responsible for all aspects of document control within the department. The unit is supervised by a Records Supervisor whose key role is to maintain the integrity of the San Ramon Police Department’s records.
As the repository for all reported crimes, suspected crimes, traffic accidents, arrests, injuries, fatalities and all other incidents or events maintained within local and state automated record-keeping systems the division is responsible for controlling all documents within the department.
The Records Unit is responsible for data entry of incident reports, arrests, citations, traffic collisions, towed vehicles, field contacts and warrants. This includes the maintenance, dissemination and security of all documents to
include processing, storing, scanning, retrieving and releasing documents to appropriate government and law enforcement agencies, and the public.
How to Contact Us
2401 Crow Canyon Road
San Ramon, CA 94583
Telephone (925) 973-2770
Fax (925) 838-2925
Hours of Operation
Monday through Friday (except Holidays)
8:00 am - 6:00 pm
- New Year's Day
- Martin Luther King's Day
- President's Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Veteran's Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Day after Thanksgiving Day
- Christmas Day
The San Ramon Police Department accepts cash, check, Visa, Mastercard and American Express
as payment for most services. Vehicle releases are CASH ONLY.
|Traffic Accident Reports
||10 cents/per page
||10 cents/per page
|$15.00 Service Fee/
Reasonable cost of locating billed at $24.00/hr
Frequently Asked Questions:
How do I go about getting a copy of my crime report? What does it cost?
Report requests can be made in-person at the San Ramon Police Department during business hours, Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (excluding holidays). Once a request for information is received, the Records Division has 10 days to respond to your request. Refer to our fee schedule for costs.
Note: Victims of a crime, their legal representative, or their insurance carrier are entitled to receive a copy of a crime report; refer Government code 6254(f). If you were involved in a crime but you are not a victim, contact the Records Division to find out whether these documents can be obtained.
How can I find out if I have a warrant for my arrest?
We do not provide warrant information over the phone. You may come in to the Police Department or contact the court of jurisdiction for information.
How do I find out if someone is in custody?
The San Ramon Police Department does not have a jail facility. The Martinez Detention Facility handles all in-custody inmate information. They can be reached at (925) 335-4600.
The Records Division also provides Live Scan and ink card fingerprinting services, as well as Clearance Letters and statistical information.
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