Contact Information

P.O. Box 992086
Redding, CA 96099-2086

Phone: (530) 225-5098
Email: grandjury@co.shasta.ca.us

Grand Jury

Shasta County Grand Jury Website

Grand Jury News

Applications to serve on the 2018-2019 Shasta County Grand Jury are now being accepted!

Anyone interested in applying is invited to attend one of the two informational meetings listed below. Current and former Shasta County Grand Jurors, as well as supporting County staff, will be in attendance to give presentations and answer questions.

Monday, March 12 at 3:00 PM or Wednesday, April 4 at 3:00 PM
Redding City Hall Community Room
777 Cypress Avenue, Redding

Download the 2018-2019 Shasta County Grand Jury Application

The application may be filled out online, saved, and then printed out to submit to the Court. Applications will be accepted until April 13, 2018. Completed applications may be hand-delivered, mailed, or attached in an email to:

Superior Court of California, County of Shasta
Court Administration Office
1500 Court Street, Room 205
Redding, CA 96001
Email: administration@shastacourts.ca.gov

California Grand Jury System

The California grand jury system consists of 58 separate grand juries—one in each county—that are convened on an annual basis by the Superior Court to carry out three functions:

  • Investigating and reporting on the operations of local government (which is known as the "watchdog" function)
  • Issuing criminal indictments to require defendants to go to trial on felony charges, and
  • Investigating allegations of a public official’s corrupt or willful misconduct in office, and when warranted, filing an "accusation" against that official to remove him or her from office.

The grand jury is well suited to the effective investigation of local governments because it is an independent body, operationally separate from the entities and officials it investigates. It conducts its investigations under the auspices of the Superior Court and has broad access to public officials, employees, records and information.

The grand jury's fact-finding efforts result in written reports which contain specific recommendations aimed at identifying problems and offering recommendations for improving government operations and enhancing responsiveness. In this way, the grand jury acts as a representative of county residents in promoting government accountability.

Do you have a citizen concern to share with the Grand Jury?

Download the Citizen Complaint Form

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