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Mendocino County Sheriff Information
The Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for ensuring the safety and security of life and property within the county. The head of the MCSO is Sheriff-Coroner Thomas D. Allman. You can reach him directly via email at email@example.com. There are several divisions within the MCSO. The Administration Division is headed by Undersheriff Matthew Kendall. You can reach him at (707) 463-5657 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Corrections Division is led by Captain Timothy Pearce. You can get in touch with him at email@example.com. The Field Services Division is headed by Captain Gregory L. Van Patten. His office number is (707) 463-4083 and his email is firstname.lastname@example.org. operates two substations. The Fort Bragg Substation can be found at 700 S. Franklin St., Ste #110 and can be reached at (707) 964-6308. The Willits Substation is located at 470 E. Valley St. and its phone number is (707) 459-6111.
Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office Address:
951 Low Gap Road, Ukiah, CA 95482
Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office Phone:
Mendocino County can be found on the north coast of California. Its county seat is Ukiah which is also the largest city in the area. The population of Mendocino County is 87,841 based on the 2010 census. Its total area measures 3,878 square miles.
2018 Violent Crime Rate Mendocino: 510
Data Source: Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program
Mendocino County Jail Information
The Corrections Division of the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office operates the county jail, under the supervision of Captain Timothy Pearce. Inmates at this facility are allowed in-person and remote video visitation. To visit an inmate in person, you will need to make an appointment by calling (707) 463-6330 from Monday-Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The remote video visitation program is provided by the Legacy Inmate Communications. You can schedule a visit by calling (888) 729-4326 or by visiting www.legacyinmate.com.
Looking For A Licensed Bail Bond Agent in Mendocino County?
home 210 N State St, Ukiah, CA 95482, USA
phone (707) 462-6401
Jason, Jakob, Kaleb, and all the staff really came through for me. I'm an Aladdin bail bond customer for life...welll hopefully I don't need them after this but...you never know 😀 Thanks, Aladdin team!
I found myself dealing with this company when a family member got arrested and directed them to contact me as a potential source of funds to go towards issuing his bond. While they were consistently polite, they were rather insistent and borderline impertinent in their questions about my finances, which I've now come to learn is their entire business model: maximize the lump sum down payments made when they post the bond with the court, and write as many bonds as humanly possible. You have now been warned, bail bonds in California are like casinos: you will lose more money than you probably should, and in these casinos you'll have a personal shepherd whose job is to make sure you cough up as much as you let them get away with.
For a long time bail bonds was a respectable industry, bondsmen safeguarded their reputations and only people who had both the means and the intent to pay off their obligation and appear for their court dates could get out on bond. Big chains like Aladdin with offices in every West Coast town with a county jail have flipped all that on its head, having found a way to game the system without consequences from the government. Basically they will bond out pretty much anyone, knowing with near certainty that only 40% or so with ever pay another dollar beyond the initial lump sum and will fail to appear in court and need to be tracked down. They've found that since most people have little knowledge of the bail system and are under pressure to rescue a loved one, they're easy marks. If they just press that vulnerability and maximize the amount they collect up front from everyone, regardless of their trustworthiness or the crime involved, they have more than enough to cover dealing with the deadbeats. Profits go up even more by paying their employees low wages with a commission based on their "sales," resulting in some pretty shameless high-pressure tactics.
When I first talked to their agent he asked about my finances then explained that after reviewing my relative's case, they were requiring either $2700 cash or $1350 cash and a promissory note against me for the entire cost of the bond. These were affordable but far enough from my comfort range that after a couple hours I said I'd decided not to get involved. He instantly brought those numbers down to $1200 and $2200, contradicting his earlier contention that their costs were fixed. I repeated my intention not to become responsible and said goodbye. Over the next four hours he continued text messaging me, and each time the numbers went down. Six hours after we first spoke, he was offering to get my relative out of jail for $500 cash even though I held firm to my decision not to co-sign for the rest of the fee or be responsible for any other requirements of the bond.
While I did take his final offer, it seems clear to me that this company is far from trustworthy and engages in practices bordering on usury as a business model. I wouldn't willingly do business with them again if an alternative was available, even if they charged more. How can you feel secure in incurring any obligation to them when they appear to have about as much honesty as a carnival barker?
ALADDIN IS GREAT IF U HAVE A FAMILY MEMBER OF FRIEND THAT NEEDS OUT. VERY FRIENDLY. UNDERSTANDING & PATIENT. THE STAFF THERE WORKS HARD & SEEMS TO LIKE WHAT THEY DO. THANKS FOR BEING HERE WHEN FOLKS NEED YA.
Mendocino County Sheriff Office Address: 951 Low Gap Rd, Ukiah, CA 95482, United States
Tune in to @KZYXFM today, 7/13/20, at 3:30pm to hear Sheriff Kendall, DA Eyster & Probation Chief Locatelli discussing the early release of offenders from state prison & what that means locally.
Tune-In and Dial-In to get your answers from our local public safety leaders. https://t.co/nMrW8XjS3g
After several hours, it was determined an overwhelming number of people were following the new masking order and were supportive and respectful to the Deputies and the Sheriff, who was also in Mendocino today. More checks will be happening thruout the weekend in Mendocino.
Deputies are doing Health Order educational/notice of violation enforcements in the township of Mendocino specifically focusing on the new asking order issued on June 19, 2020. You can view the order at this link: https://t.co/YzyJ0wFO2j https://t.co/WXxxZaHhWB