Sonoma County Open Data

Sonoma County Open Data (SoCoData) was created with goal of providing open access to data for research and analysis, to spur innovation through the creation of new business opportunities and applications, to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of government services, and for all to learn more about Sonoma County. This tool is used by the Sheriff's Office to share our Event, Incident and Jail Population data. The County is also collaborating with the City of Santa Rosa to pilot innovative approaches that allow the public to view data from multiple jurisdictions through the same tool.


Online Crime Mapping via RAIDS Online

RAIDS (Regional Analysis and Information Sharing) Online crime mapping technology. Online crime mapping helps the public to form a better understanding of the crime activity in their area so that they can make more informed decisions. Information provided on the map represents a wide spectrum of law enforcement activity from serious crimes to information only reports.  The information is disseminated in compliance with the California Public Records Act and crime reports are mapped to the nearest intersection to protect victims' identities.


Jail Inmate Search

The information displayed on the Jail Inmate Search includes public data about persons arrested and booked into the Sonoma County Jail who are in custody at the time of the search.


Warrant Search

Warrants issued by Sonoma County Superior Court (Adult Division) are available on-line through the Warrants Search page.

CAUTION: Misuse of warrant information may subject you to Civil or criminal liability.  Do not attempt to make an arrest based on this warrant information. Only peace officers can arrest a person for an outstanding warrant.  If you have information about the whereabouts of a person who has an outstanding warrant complete the Silent Witness form or contact your local law enforcement agency.


Uniform Crime Reporting

The UCR Program is a voluntary city, university and college, county, state, tribal, and federal law enforcement program that provides a nationwide view of crime based on the submission of statistics by law enforcement agencies throughout the country.

The latest UCR statistics and UCR publications are located on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s website, along with other jurisdictions, by year.