Each law enforcement agency in California maintains a list of registered drug offenders in that particular jurisdiction. For example, the Merced Police Department maintains a list of registered drug offenders for Merced, CA.Know More
There is no California law requiring the list of registered drug offenders to be made available online as of December 2014. States like Tennessee, Minnesota, Montana and Illinois have made their drug offender registry available online for public access.
As in the case of the Merced Police Department, the registry for drug offenders in California is accessible only to investigators and members of law enforcement. The information is not meant for public disclosure.Learn More
Death indices for California include databases on RootsWeb and Ancestry.com. As of October 2014, RootsWeb lets users search records from 1940 to 1997, while Ancestry.com features the Social Security Death Index back to 1935. A separate Ancestry.com search looks for death records from 1905 to 1939.Full Answer >
Copies of birth records for people born in the state of California are available through the California Department of Public Health. The application and all required documentation must be submitted through the mail.Full Answer >
To order a copy of your own birth certificate in California, you must decide what type of copy you need (authorized or informational), fill out the correct form, pay the appropriate fee ($25 as of 2014), and mail in the request to the California Department of Public Health. Address requests to: CDPH Vital Records - MS 5103 P.O. Box 997410 Sacramento, CA 95899-7410. You can also order birth certificates in person at local County Recorders' offices, or by using an official vital records service such as VitalChek.Full Answer >
Country Code is a free website that lists all country calling codes. The information is also widely available online, in list form and for each specific country.Full Answer >