Law and Justice

  • Adult and Juvenile Justice
    • Adult Court Services - Probation Department ServicesFalse

      The Adult Court Services Division provides a variety of services for the Sacramento County Superior Courts including pre-sentence investigations, victim restitution determination, jurisdictional transfers, expungements, early terminations and liaison activities. The division also provides supervision for first time offenders placed on Drug Diversion.


      Service Provided By:
      Probation
      711 E Street (Map)
      Sacramento, CA 95814
      916-874-1500

    • Adult Probation Services - Probation Department ServicesFalse

      Adult Probation Services provide adult clients with assessment, supervision, treatment, and support necessary to prevent re-offending. Various services are made available in the community, through programs such as the Adult Day Reporting Centers and Collaborative Courts. Supervision activities encourage law-abiding behavior among the adult probation populations including clients placed on Post Release Community Supervision and Mandatory Supervision.


      Service Provided By:
      Probation
      3201 Florin-Perkins Road (Map)
      Sacramento, CA 95827
      916-875-0300

    • Citizens AcademyTrue

      The District Attorney's Citizens Academy was created to improve communication, foster a better understanding and develop relationships between citizens and members of the criminal justice system.  Participants receive an overview of the criminal justice system and engage in discussion and mutual learning about challenges and issues within the justice system. Visit the Citizens Academy webpage for more information.


      Service Provided By:
      District Attorney
      901 G Street (Map)
      Sacramento, CA 95814
      916-874-6218 or e-mail

    • Crime AlertFalse

      Crime Alert provides a telephone number and Web Tips to encourage citizens in the community to volunteer information helpful to law enforcement agencies. Callers can remain anonymous and are eligible to receive a cash reward if the information given leads to an arrest or grand jury indictment of a felony offender. View the Crime Alert website for more information.


      Service Provided By:
      Sheriff
      711 G Street (Map)
      Sacramento, CA 95814
      433-HELP

      Sacramento City Police Department

    • Inmate SearchTrue

      Search for inmates on the Inmate Information page by name, XREF number or last 24 hour bookings.


      Service Provided By:
      Sheriff
      651 I Street (Map)
      Sacramento, CA 95814
      916-874-6752 or e-mail

    • Juvenile Hall (Youth Detention Facility) – Probation Department ServicesFalse

      Youth who have been arrested, booked, and assessed as at-risk to the community are detained at the Sacramento County Youth Detention Facility (YDF). YDF provides a safe and secure environment for these youth prior to Court as well as provides educational and vocational activities that promote the health and well-being of the youth served; encourages law-abiding behavior; teaches individual accountability for one’s choices; and models pro-social behaviors for residents.


      Service Provided By:
      Probation
      9601 Kiefer Blvd. (Map)
      Sacramento, CA 95827
      916-875-6996

    • Juvenile Probation Services – Probation Department ServicesFalse

      Juvenile Probation Services provides pre and post adjudication services to youth arrested in the County of Sacramento. Pre-adjudication services include social history reports prepared for the Juvenile Court, which describe the minor's personal, family, educational, criminal history and recommend an appropriate disposition. Juveniles placed on formal probation are monitored in the community, as well as on home supervision and electronic monitoring. These juveniles are referred to community-based organizations to attend counseling and evidence-based programs.


      Service Provided By:
      Probation
      4000 Branch Center Road (Map)
      Sacramento, CA 95827
      916-875-4600

    • Speakers BureauTrue

      The District Attorney's Speakers Bureau matches members of the District Attorney's Office with community groups and organizations wishing to learn more about various aspects of the criminal justice system. Entities such as neighborhood organizations, educational institutions, faith-based groups, and clubs or organizations can request a speaker. Visit the Speakers Bureau webpage for more information.


      Service Provided By:
      District Attorney
      901 G Street (Map)
      Sacramento, CA 95814
      916-874-6218 or e-mail

    • Superior Court of California – County of SacramentoFalse

      California has 58 trial courts, one in each county. In trial courts, or superior courts, a judge and sometimes a jury hears witnesses' testimony and other evidence and decides cases by applying the relevant law to the relevant facts. If you have questions, please contact Superior Court of California – County of Sacramento.

      Court locations in Sacramento County under Superior Court of California

      Information Centers

      Court Departments


      Service Provided By:
      Superior Court of California
      720 9th Street
      Sacramento, CA 95814
      916-874-5522
    • Youth ProgramsTrue

      The District Attorney's Office offers several youth programs, including the Youth Academy and Criminal Justice Shadow Day.  They are designed to increase youth’s engagement in public safety programs, strengthen trust between youth and law enforcement and educate youth about the criminal justice system. Visit the Youth Programs webpage for more information.


      Service Provided By:
      District Attorney
      901 G Street (Map)
      Sacramento, CA 95814 
      916-874-6218 or e-mail

  • Court Cases and Claims
    • Child Support CalculationFalse

      The Family Court Division of the Sacramento County Superior Courts offers a free Support Calculation Service. In this service the patron meets with a Family Court Pro Tem judge and provides the judge with specific financial information. The judge uses the information to calculate the patron's child and spousal support under California law. View the Calculations page for more information.

      If you have questions, please contact us.

      www.saclaw.org


      Service Provided By:
      Law Library
      609 9th St. (Map)
      Sacramento, CA 95814
      916-874-6012

    • Collecting on a Child Support OrderFalse

      Often the paying parent makes all payments as required by the court order. For those parents who don't make the ordered payments there are a number of ways to force payment. By far the most common and most effective enforcement device is the wage assignment - now required in all cases by federal law. View the Collecting page for more information.


      Service Provided By:
      Child Support Services
      3701 Power Inn Road (Map)
      Sacramento, CA 95826
      (866) 901-3212 or e-mail

    • Unidentified Deceased Persons ReportFalse

      The Sacramento County Coroner’s Office has 73 active “John Doe” and “Jane Doe” cases dating back to 1975, and we need your help to identify them. We hope that a loved one or friend may recognize the description of someone on this site that leads to an identification. View Report page.


      Service Provided By:
      Coroner
      4800 Broadway, Suite 100 (Map)
      Sacramento, CA 95820
      916-874-9320 or e-mail

    • Victim/Witness Assistance (District Attorney)False

      Many victims of crime may suffer physical, emotional, or financial harm due to the crime. Others may face retaliation, intimidation, or may be confused by the criminal justice system. The District Attorney's Victim/Witness Assistance Program provides victim services, informs victims of their rights and how to sign up for victim notifications.


      Service Provided By:
      District Attorney
      901 G Street (Map)
      Sacramento, CA 95814
      916-874-6218 or e-mail