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San Diego County Sheriff Information
The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department is the chief law enforcement agency in the county. It is comprised of around 4,000 sworn officers and professional support staff. The SDCSD provides the community with general law enforcement, detention, and court services. The head of the department is Sheriff William D. Gore. The Undersheriff of the department is Michael Barnett. The head of the Law Enforcement Services Bureau is Assistant Sheriff Kelly Martinez. Assistant Sheriff Larry Nesbit oversees the Court Services Bureau. The Detention Services Bureau is under the command of Assistant Sheriff Frank Clamser while Frank Motley serves as Executive Director of Management Services.
San Diego County Sheriff’s Department Address:
9621 Ridgehaven Ct., San Diego, CA 92123
San Diego County Sheriff’s Department Phone:
San Diego County is located in the southwestern corner of California. Its county seat is San Diego. This is also the largest city in the county. According to the 2010 census, 3,095,313 people live in this area which makes this the 2nd most populated county in the state and the 5th most populated county in the US. The total area of the county measures 4,526 square miles.
2018 Violent Crime Rate San Diego: 349
Data Source: Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program
San Diego County Jail Information
The Detention Services Bureau of the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department operates seven detention facilities throughout the county. The combined average daily population of all facilities is over 5,000 inmates. The East Mesa Reentry Facility (EMRF) is a Type II medium security facility with a maximum capacity of 760 inmates. Detention Facility 8 is a medium security facility that has three housing modules with a combined capacity of 300 beds. The George F. Bailey Detention Facility is the largest in the county. This maximum security facility can hold up to 1,380 inmates. The Las Colinas Detention and Reentry Facility (LCDRF) is a “Direct Supervision” facility which serves as the primary point of intake for female inmates. It can hold up to 1,270 inmates. The South Bay Detention Facility is one of the less populated jails in the county. It can hold up to 386 inmates. The San Diego Central Jail is the primary point of intake for male inmates in the county. Around 69,000 bookings take place in the facility per year. The average daily population of the facility is 974 inmates. The maximum capacity of the jail is 944 inmates. The Vista Detention Facility (VDF) is a Type II facility that mostly houses inmates awaiting court proceedings. The rated capacity of this facility is 825 beds.
East Mesa Reentry Facility Address:
446 Alta Rd., Ste. 5200, San Diego, CA 92158
East Mesa Reentry Facility Phone:
Detention Facility 8 Address:
446 Alta Rd., Ste. 5300, San Diego, CA 92158
Detention Facility 8 Phone:
George F. Bailey Detention Facility Address:
446 Alta Rd. Ste. 5300, San Diego, CA 92158-0002
George F. Bailey Detention Facility Phone:
Las Colinas Detention and Reentry Facility Address:
451 Riverview Parkway, Santee, CA 92071
Las Colinas Detention and Reentry Facility Phone:
South Bay Detention Facility Address:
500 Third Ave., Chula Vista, CA 91910
South Bay Detention Facility Phone:
San Diego Central Jail Address:
1173 Front Street, San Diego, CA 92101
San Diego Central Jail Phone:
Vista Detention Facility Address:
325 S. Melrose Dr., #200, Vista, CA 92081
Vista Detention Facility Phone:
You can locate an inmate in the Sheriff’s custody y searching the “Who’s In Jail” tool. The information available in the database include the inmate’s personal information, booking number, housing location, arrest information, bail information, charges, and release information.
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San Diego County Sheriff Office Address: 9621 Ridgehaven Ct, San Diego, CA 92123, United States
“Personal space please.” It seems @SDSheriff K-9 Duck loves his handler Deputy Elwess so much he’s having a hard time following #SocialDistancing rules. They’re working to keep @SDSOVista @cityofvista safe.
With the county stay at home order extended indefinitely, #handwashing is more important than ever. It's your best defense against the spread of #coronavirus and other diseases. #SocialDistancing #WashYourHands #COVID19 #WeStayAtWorkForYou #PleaseStayAtHomeForUs #KeepingYouSafe https://t.co/LraS45pXi1
We send our condolences to our brothers and sisters at @PhoenixPolice over the death of Commander Greg Carnicle. He was fatally shot during a domestic violence call. Two other officers were wounded. Our thoughts and prayers are with their family, friends and colleagues. https://t.co/kC6W8sWOjD
#MissingPerson @SDSheriff Search and Rescue (SAR) is currently assisting @ChulaVistaPD in the search for 84-year-old Wolfgang Vanhorn aka Fred. He was last seen on Sunday morning. If you have any information on his whereabouts, contact the Chula Vista Police Department. https://t.co/VeTdBKhiQY
MISSING PERSON- Wolfgang Vanhorn aka Fred, 84 year old white male, 5’6”,150lbs,blue eyes,brown hair wearing black sweatshirt, blue jeans, grey and black shoes. VanHorn was last seen on 3/29/2020 at about 7:30am. Call the Chula Vista Police at 619-691-5151. https://t.co/xI3aB093Y2
A County Public Health Order prohibiting public gatherings is now EXTENDED INDEFINITELY until further notice. Everyone must stay home except to take care of essential needs or go to an essential job.
#KeepingYouSafe As we all do our part to stop the spread of #coronavirus #COVID19, remember you can always count on @SDSheriff Deputies to be there for you and your loved ones. Thank you for your trust and support! #HelpUsHelpYou #InYourCommunity #Teamwork https://t.co/EunEBeAN6J
We stand in solidarity w/ our partners in the medical community. Like first responders, they’re in the frontline of the #CoronavirusPandemic.
@SDSheriff agrees complacency is the enemy. We need to take #SocialDistancing more seriously & stop the spread of the #virus while we can https://t.co/2ujre120uP
Here’s a #FeelGoodFriday for you. @SDSheriff #unplugged featuring Deputy Reyes. Her positivity and enchanting voice even had the birds chirping in the background.
We hope this lifts your spirits during the #coronavirus stay home order.
#HelpUsHelpYou This weekend, remember to keep following public health orders related to #coronavirus #COVID19. As tempting as it may be to go outdoors, we ask that you avoid all public gatherings. Not following these orders puts everyone's lives at risk. #SocialDistancing https://t.co/vhe1MHMm28
No storm can last forever. A beautiful rainbow will eventually emerge signaling a new beginning. Let this photo from @SDSOLemonGrove give you perspective about the #coronavirus pandemic. We’re all in this together. #WeStayAtWorkForYou #PleaseStayHomeForUs https://t.co/lqTToI4myR
We appreciate your patience & cooperation during the #CoronavirusPandemic. It's our responsibility to enforce the public health order. Do not engage in confrontations. Reporting a crime? Where did it happen? Know your jurisdiction & call the ✅agency https://t.co/eHsYoEC64g. https://t.co/2nd7fjoCvk
The placement of Sexually Violent Predator Michael Poulsom in Jacumba Hot Springs has been postponed. For more information, visit: https://t.co/PIOZRSY1o1. Process and approval is responsibility of Dept. of State Hospitals and
Beware! Crooks are coming up with new #coronavirus schemes to steal your money & personal information. The government will NEVER ask you to pay for anything upfront or call to ask for your social security number, bank account and credit card number. Anyone who does is a scammer. https://t.co/e9EIZKKAEA
It's the best way to remove germs and prevent the spread of #coronavirus. Let @SDSheriff Deputies, Dispatchers, Crime Lab Technicians and professional staff show you the proper handwashing techniques. Share this video with your friends and family to stay healthy.
Read @SDSheriff news release about Sheriff's nurse testing positive for #COVID19. She has been isolated at home since March 22nd after feeling ill. No inmates have tested positive for #coronavirus. For more information, read below or visit https://t.co/3YoBixQqUq. https://t.co/fukB6p8VLV
#KeepingYouSafe Read @SDSheriff Bill Gore's updated statement regarding licensed gun stores and enforcing #SocialDistancing rules in the county. #coronavirus #HelpUsHelpYou
Thanks Big Brothers Big Sisters San Diego for supporting
@SDSheriff employees who continue to work during the #coronavirus pandemic. Deputies volunteer as big brothers/sisters to mentor kids. With #socialdistancing, they keep in touch virtually via text, email or video chats. https://t.co/bmRXijz963
A reminder from @SDSheriff: take a few moments to review this graphic to see why it's so important to practice #SocialDistancing. Everyone needs to do their part to #FlattenTheCurve and stop the spread of #coronavirus #COVID19. #HelpUsHelpYou #KeepingYouSafe https://t.co/Q0d23mygZU
@SDSheriff Deputies Ricca and Alawadi patrolling @SDSORSD Rancho San Diego overlooking the Sweetwater Reservoir in this #SocialDistancing world. #KeepingYouSafe
#MissingPerson @SDSheriff Search and Rescue is currently assisting @MurrietaPD @CHP_HQ @SanDiegoPD in the search for 63-year-old Thomas Freeman. His car was found along SR-78 in San Pasqual Valley. If you have any information, contact the Murrieta Police Department. https://t.co/E2nGabCll6
MPD is seeking the public's assistance in locating Thomas Freeman. Mr. Freeman was last seen by family on 3/20/20. If you see Mr. Freeman / have any information regarding his location, please contact Detective Miguel Garcia 951-461-6362 or via email at mgarcia @murrietaca.gov. https://t.co/0KJHOBd4bJ