Welcome to the Orange County Sheriff-Coroner Department OC Crime Lab (OCCL) public web site. The OCCL is a Division of the Sheriff-Coroner Department and is administered through a cooperative partnership of the Sheriff-Coroner,
the District Attorney, and the CEO of the County of Orange, California. In addition to knowledge about OCCL, this site provides the following public services:
- Blood Alcohol results from DUI
arrest samples taken in Orange County. Results may be retrieved via this website.
- Breath Alcohol results from
DUI arrests in Orange County.
- Breath Instrument records for attorneys.
Welcome to the OCCL web site. OCCL provides all public law enforcement agencies in Orange
County with services for the recognition, collection and evaluation of physical
evidence from crime scenes. OCCL is the only full-service, internationally
accredited laboratory providing forensic analyses to all law enforcement and
fire protection agencies in Orange County. The Division employs over 150 staff
members, housed in a modern 100,000 square foot facility, serving the
over 3 million residents of Orange County.
The OCCL laboratory is a nationally recognized leader in the forensic science
community. For example, we were the first local law enforcement DNA lab in the
Western United States, we began the first local automated fingerprint
identification system in California and we are leading the way in DUI
enforcement with the introduction of portable breath alcohol testing devices.
Our forensic scientists and specialists, supported by a dedicated and
hardworking support staff, are skilled and knowledgeable experts
using their talents in various forensic science specialties to serve the needs
of the criminal justice community.
The Cooperating Department Heads and I are extremely proud of the hard work and
dedication that the OCCL staff provides to bring nationally recognized quality
forensic services to the citizens of Orange County. Please feel free to let
me know if there is anything we can do to improve
our service to you.
To serve the criminal justice needs of Orange County by
applying sound scientific principles to the collection, evaluation and
interpretation of physical evidence.