Courts Shasta County, CA are judicial bodies charged with resolving legal disputes, including both criminal and civil charges. Courts also play a central role in issuing warrants. When the police or sheriff wants to issue an arrest warrant or a search warrant, a judge must first sign the Shasta County warrant. Shasta County Courts also issue bench warrants for individuals who avoid court appearances or refuse to comply with a court order. Courts maintain detailed records for warrants issued by judges, which are often available online as Shasta County warrant lookups.
Burney Superior Court Burney CA 20509 Shasta Street 96013 530-335-3571
Shasta Superior Court Redding CA 1500 Court Street 96001 530-245-6789
Police Departments in Shasta County, CA are law enforcement agencies charged with deterring crime, stopping crimes in progress, and investigating crimes. Shasta County Police Departments also issue warrants. The police issue Shasta County arrest warrants if they have reason to suspect that an individual has committed a crime. Arrest warrants contain information on the suspect and the charges. Shasta County Police Departments also issue search warrants, which contain information about the suspected individual and the evidence police are seeking. Police Departments maintain records of all warrants they issue, which are often available online with Shasta County warrant lookups.
Anderson Police Department Anderson CA 2220 North Street 96007 530-378-6600
California Highway Patrol - Cottonwood Inspection Facility Cottonwood CA Interstate 5 96022 530-347-1813
California Highway Patrol - Northern Division Office Area 101 Redding CA 2485 Sonoma Street 96001 530-225-2715
California Highway Patrol - Redding Area 135 Redding CA 2503 Cascade Boulevard 96003 530-242-3200
Redding Police Department Redding CA 1313 California Street 96001 530-225-4200
Shasta County Marshals Office Redding CA 1500 Court Street 96001 530-225-5600
Sheriff Departments Shasta County, CA are law enforcement agencies that police crime for a local area, often at the county level. Shasta County Sheriff Departments issue warrants for people suspected of committing crimes. Shasta County arrest warrants contain descriptions of the suspect and the criminal charges. Sheriff Departments may also issue Shasta County search warrants, which contain information about the targeted individual and the evidence sought by the sheriff. Sheriff Departments maintain detailed records for their warrants, which can be searched online with Shasta County warrant lookups.
Shasta County Sheriffs Department Redding CA 1525 Court Street 96001 530-245-6165