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The Temporary Emergency Felony and Misdemeanor Bail Schedule was approved and implemented by the Riverside Superior Court on March 27, 2020. This bail schedule was adopted in response to the March 21, 2020 recommendation of Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court Tani Cantil-Sakauye. This schedule lowered or eliminated the amount of bail required for inmates to bail out of custody on various charges. It also allowed for individuals to be cited and released for various charges.

2,703 inmates have been released as of November 26, 2020, from Riverside County jails pursuant to this schedule.

Out of those 2,703 releases, 386 individuals have been rearrested.

Laws established by the California Public Records Act (PDF) dictate the type of information that can be released, and all inquiries can be submitted here.

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Some language or content may be deemed offensive to some readers, viewer discretion is advised.                                                                                                                             Incidents involving the discharge of a firearm. Penal Code 832.7 (b)(1)(A)(i)

Incident in which the use of force resulted in a death, or in great bodily injury. Penal Code 832.7(b)(1)(A)(ii)

Record relating to sustained findings of sexual assault involving a member of the public. Penal Code 832.7(b)(1)(B)

Record relating to dishonesty related to reporting, investigation, or prosecution of a crime or directly related to misconduct, including, but not limited to, any sustained finding of perjury, false statements, filing false reports, destruction, falsifying, or concealing of evidence. Penal Code 832.7(b)(1)(C)