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Santa Cruz County Sheriff Information
The Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office provides prevents, detects, and investigates crime in the unincorporated areas within the county. The head of the department is Sheriff Jim Hart. The Sheriff’s Office is comprised of three bureaus. The Administration Bureau, headed by Undersheriff Craig Wilson, manages all the administrative, business, and support functions of the agency. The Corrections Bureau is under the command of Chief Deputy Chris Clark. The Operations Bureau is headed by Chief Deputy Mitch Medina. This bureau consists of three divisions – Patrol, Investigations, and Community Policing.
Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office Address:
5200 Soquel Avenue, Santa Cruz, CA 95062 4-7800
Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office Phone:
Santa Cruz County can be found along the Pacific coast, specifically the California Central Coast which is just south of the San Francisco Bay Area region. The county seat is Santa Cruz which is also the largest city in the area. Based on the 2010 census, there are 262,382 people living in the county. The total area measures 607 square miles.
2018 Violent Crime Rate Santa Cruz: 394
Data Source: Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program
Santa Cruz County Jail Information
The Corrections Bureau of the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office oversees the operations of four correctional facilities. These are the Main Jail, Blaine Street Facility, the Rountree Medium security facility, and the Rehabilitation and Reentry facility. Inmates at the Main Jail are allowed visitation held on Saturdays and Sundays. You will need to schedule an appointment in advance by calling (831) 454-7800. The Blaine Street Facility also holds visitation on Saturdays and Sundays from 1:30pm to 3:30pm. Inmates at the Rountree Medium Facility hold visitation on every day of the week, the schedule depending on the housing unit of the inmate. The visitation schedule is as follows:
Visiting days for “S” Unit Inmates are Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.
Visiting days for “R” Unit Inmates are on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
Visiting days for “T” Unit Inmates are on Saturday and Sunday.
Visiting hours are 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Santa Cruz Main Jail Address:
259 Water Street, Santa Cruz, CA. 95060
Santa Cruz Main Jail Phone:
Blaine Street Facility Address:
141 Blaine Street, Santa Cruz, CA. 95060
Blaine Street Facility Phone:
Rountree Medium Facility Address:
90 Rountree Lane, Watsonville, CA. 95076
Rountree Medium Facility Phone:
The Sheriff’s Office maintains logs of arrests booked into one of the facilities. Within the arrest logs, you’ll find the individual’s complete name, booking date, housing location, date of birth, booking number, personal information, arrest information, court information, bail, and occupation.
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Great guy , very understanding and friendly really does try to work with you to get your loved ones out
Ray is so caring, respectful, and understanding during the painful and traumatizing events that require his help. Having a loved one incarcerated whatever the reason is so scary. Ray was able to calm me down and give me hope when other bondsmen had been harsh and rude. He actually cares and was willing to work with me instead of against me. I'm not saying he can get anyone out for less than 10% or to try... Because taking on someone's bail is a huge risk for a bondsman, but trust me, if you need someone out and you have the money or assets necessary, he will go above and beyond to bring them home to you quicker and with the least amount of added pain and suffering possible . Ray is a diamond in the rough and I thank him from the bottom of my heart for all that he has done for me and my loved ones.
Couldn't be bothered to put a bond up forto get someone out of jail because $500 bail isn't worth his time.
Santa Cruz County Sheriff Office Address: 19 Rancho Del Mar, Aptos, CA 95003, United States
☎️🚨SCAM ALERT TARGETING ELDERLY
We’ve taken 2 reports this week where scammers call the victim posing as a grandchild in need of money to bail out of jail. Some use personal information to gain the victim’s trust.
Make sure your elderly family members and neighbors are aware! https://t.co/60WcAlN09Q
Two Virtual Town Halls being held this week regarding debris flow risk and preparation.
Following severe fires, the risk of debris flow is extremely elevated during the rainy winter months.
We urge all residents in and around the impacted fire areas to stay informed & prepared! https://t.co/aXiYgbkHiw
Bigfoot is back!
The Bigfoot statue that was stolen from the Bigfoot museum in Felton earlier this week was found by a Scotts Valley Police Department officer and returned.
Thank you to everyone who was on the lookout! https://t.co/YdI2BBQ5bv
On this Veterans Day, we would like to thank all those who have served our country in the armed forces. In the Sheriff’s Office, we are proud to call these veterans part of our family.
We appreciate you today, and everyday!
Incidents like this one and the outcome show the Sheriff’s Office’s commitment to de-escalation and crisis intervention and our incredible partnership with our Mental Health Clinicians.
We are dedicated to helping our community members through their worst days.
Our deputies were not alone—Senior Mental Health Clinician Kurt Churchill was also on scene.
Kurt, with the help of Deputy Cruz and an off-site therapist spoke with this woman for close to an hour. To everyone’s relief, they were able to get her to safety.
A photo can speak a thousand words—even a blurry one.
Yesterday afternoon deputies were dispatched to a call no one hopes to hear: a woman on a freeway overpass wanting to end her life.
CHP closed the freeway and deputies immediately began speaking with the distraught woman. https://t.co/RORr6pIWbD
MISSING PERSON AT RISK: Alvin Burgans, 14, 5’9, last seen at 4:30pm near the 1100 Block San Andreas Rd in La Selva Beach. Could be in Aptos.
Wearing a blue sweatshirt with white writing, blue jeans, and black nikes.
Please call 911 or 831-471-1121 if you know his whereabouts. https://t.co/QcskvBcwFz
Chop shop arrest🚙🚓
•Nine stolen cars recovered✔️
•burglary tools found✔️
•suspect arrested after short foot pursuit✔️
Suspect Victor Avalos was booked on vehicle theft, owning a chop shop, possession of stolen vehicle, possession of burg tool and several other charges. https://t.co/iUbxuYcaxD
Our pins honoring Sgt. Damon Gutzwiller arrived recently. This is one way we are able to carry Damon with us every shift.
Today marks the 4th month of missing him - and while some days are more difficult than others, we know he will always look after us.
We miss you, Gutz! https://t.co/rwrEeuyDLY
Be careful and take precautions if you’re headed to the beach today or tomorrow! https://t.co/qlXgFKl016
A Beach Hazards Statement has been issued for west to northwest facing beaches from 5 PM PDT today to 2 PM PDT Fri due to breaking waves of 15 to 20 feet and an increased risk of dangerous rip currents. Obey all local beach closures, and never turn your back to the ocean.