Press Logs - Arrest & Event
The Sheriff’s Office has modernized our press log format to better serve the community. The new format allows for quick sorting and filtering of the data. If you don't find the information you are looking for here we encourage you to visit our open data portal where you will find historical Event, Incident (aka crime reports), Arrest and Jail Population data.
Each row of Arrest Log data represents an arrest or citation. Arrest charges are grouped together in the charge description column. Charge details are delimited by semicolons and charges are delimited by line breaks with multiple hyphens. Location information has been generalized to the nearest intersection.
|Sheriff All Zones||Yesterday||Two Days Ago||Three Days Ago|
|Sheriff Zone 1||Yesterday||Two Days Ago||Three Days Ago|
|Sheriff Zone 2||Yesterday||Two Days Ago||Three Days Ago|
|Sheriff Zone 3||Yesterday||Two Days Ago||Three Days Ago|
|Sheriff Zone 4||Yesterday||Two Days Ago||Three Days Ago|
|Sheriff Zone 5||Yesterday||Two Days Ago||Three Days Ago|
|Sheriff Zone 6||Yesterday||Two Days Ago||Three Days Ago|
|Windsor Police Department||Yesterday||Two Days Ago||Three Days Ago|
|Sonoma Police Department||Yesterday||Two Days Ago||Three Days Ago|
Event Log data summarizes Sheriff's dispatch and deputy initiated activities. Events related to the following Penal Codes have been omitted in accordance with the California Public Records Act: 220, 236.1, 243.4, 261, 261.5, 262, 262(a)(1), 264, 264.1, 265, 266, 266(a), 266(b), 266(c), 266(e), 266(f), 266(j), 267, 269, 269(a), 273(a), 273(d), 273.5, 285, 286, 288, 288(a), 288.2, 288.3, 288.5, 288.7, 289, 422.6, 422.7, 422.75, 646.9, 647.6, as well as Welfare and Institutions Code 5150 or Business and Professions Code 729(a) and Stake Out. Additionally canceled events are not reported.
This data is machine readable and can be connected to or downloaded in a variety of ways. Machine readable data provides easier access for the community and is compatible with tools designed for sight impaired users. We hope you’ll find this new method of sharing data more robust, more useful, and more reliable than prior method. The data can be linked using the agency and case number fields to track our workflow from Event to Incident and Arrest.