Search for Inmates on the Jail Roster in San Francisco County CA. Results: Type of Arrest, Charges/Bail, Projected Release, Arresting Agency, Next Court Date, Mailing Address, Mugshot, Booking Number, Aliases, Visiting.
San Francisco County Sheriff Information
The San Francisco County Sheriff’s Department is headed by Sheriff Vicki L. Hennessy. Her second-in-command is Undersheriff Matthew Freeman. The department is comprised of several divisions and units. The Custody Operations Division is overseen by Chief Deputy Sheriff Paul Miyamoto. Chief Deputy Sheriff Kathy Gorwood heads the Administration and Programs Division. The Field Operations Division is under the supervision of Chief Deputy Sheriff Albert Waters II.
San Francisco County Sheriff’s Department Address:
1 Dr. Carlton Goodlett Place, Room 456, San Francisco, CA 94107
San Francisco County Sheriff’s Department Phone:
San Francisco County can be found in northern California. The city and county is considered the 13th most populated city in the US and the 4th most populated city in the state. Based on the 2018 census, there are 883,305 people living in this area. The population density is 18,838 per square mile. The total area of the city and county measures 231.89 square miles.
2018 Violent Crime Rate San Francisco: 793
Data Source: Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program
San Francisco County Jail Information
The San Francisco County Sheriff’s Department oversees the operations of four jail facilities. County Jail #1 is the main facility where all individuals are booked and released. However, no inmates are housed in this facility. County Jail #2 is a direct supervision facility which can hold up to 392 inmates. County Jail #4 is a traditional linear jail facility that can hold up to 402 inmates. This maximum security facility houses both sentenced and pre-sentenced inmates. County Jail #5 is a direct supervision facility that can hold up to 768 inmates. The facility holds both sentenced and pre-sentenced inmates. Inmates at County Jail #2, 4, and 5 are allowed visitation on Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays. All visits must be scheduled online the day before the visit.
County Jail #1 Address:
425 7th Street, San Francisco 94103
County Jail #1 Phone:
County Jail #2 Address:
425 7th Street, San Francisco 94103
County Jail #2 Phone:
County Jail #4 Address:
850 Bryant Street, San Francisco 94103
County Jail #4 Phone:
County Jail #5 Address:
#1 Moreland Drive, San Bruno 94066
County Jail #5 Phone:
If you want to find an inmate currently detained in one of the jail facilities operated by the Sheriff’s Department in San Francisco County, you can use the Inmate Locator tool. This online database contains an inmate’s complete name, age, booking number, inmate number, facility location, bond amount, booking date and time, court dates, and charges.
The San Francisco County Sheriff’s Department is looking to hire a Deputy Sheriff I. The entry level salary for this position is $91,910.00 per year. The duties of a Deputy Sheriff I include custody and supervision of inmates in the San Francisco County Jail System, general law enforcement duties, patrol operations, and administering alternative programs to the incarcerated.
San Francisco County Sheriff Office Address: 1011 Turk St, San Francisco, CA 94102, United States
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family & friends of @SantaRosaPolice Detective Marylou Armer, who died Mar 31 of complications from #COVID19. This is the first known death from the virus in @CountyofSonoma law enforcement agency. She had served on the force for 20 years. https://t.co/SAe4emURxC
. @SheriffSF Radio Telephone Operators in our Dept Ops Ctr are critical to keeping info flowing bet branches & support #SFSO in field. It's demanding & stressful job, but Deps Aguerre & Moore are up to challenge. They work long hrs to keep us safe during this #COVID19 crisis. https://t.co/W21lBw72GX
Good morning from @SheriffSF at #SFSO's Department Operations Center #DOC. The DOC is working hard 7 days a week to keep you safe during this #COVID19 crisis. Please #stayhome & practice good hygiene. #MasksOn #covid19prevention #SFSO https://t.co/xCaUz75AFt
News clip from March 28 @KTVU story interviewing SFSO hand sanitizer supplier. He produced and delivered 3,000 bottles to keep SFSO staff safe. Thank you for supporting #FirstResponders during the #COVID19 health emergency! https://t.co/Oxj5M5axo3
. @SheriffSF Deputy Recruits practiced social distancing while in formation. Senior Deputy Vargas and Sergeant DeJesus conducted inspection of the recruits. The class looked sharp! #SFSO #FutureDeputies #SocialDistancing https://t.co/w9jTlzHach
. @SheriffSF mourns the tragic loss of @nevadahighwaypatrol Sgt Ben Jenkins, 47, who was fatally shot March 27 after stopping to help a motorist. The suspect was arrested several hours later. Sgt Jenkins is survived by his wife, mother, 4 children & 5 grandchildren. #EOW #RIP https://t.co/iUkAId5ob9
The Sheriff’s Office is rolling out new emergency employee health screenings across all our locations and posts assignments to protect staff and the public from #COVID19 exposure. Screenings include ThermoScan temperature readings and expanded questionnaire to detect symptoms. https://t.co/c9pEP316rM
. @LondonBreed says there'll be prioritized COVID-19 testing for first responders, such as @SheriffSF, @SFPD & @sffdpio, & health care workers essential to SF’s response to pandemic. Also, there's 3 new drive-thru testing sites available to public. You must have doctor’s referral.
. @SheriffSF Paul Miyamoto, Undersheriff Matthew Freeman & Asst Sheriff Katherine Johnson practiced #socialdistancing as they welcomed 10 deputy recruits to the #SFSO family March 23 @SFCity_Hall. Sheriff Miyamoto swore them in, & Asst Sheriff Johnson offered them words of wisdom. https://t.co/K0uMQL3neY
Our priority is to ensure that the people who are released and do not have coronavirus remain healthy while sheltering among the broader community. https://t.co/RDlHY49fxs https://t.co/oMuzdAuhNX
(3) across all three jails as well as our intake and release center. Our priority is to ensure that the people who are released & do not have coronavirus remain healthy while sheltering among the broader community. @SheriffSF worked with courts & our community partners
(2) minimize prisoner and staff exposure to the coronavirus. Although there are no known cases of coronavirus in SF County jails, the release of these incarcerated people will allow the @SheriffSF to expand social distancing protocols that have been put into place