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Santa Cruz County Information
The census of 2010 recorded the population of the county and counted 262,382 people living there. The county is can be found in the Pacific Coast. The county seat is Santa Cruz and it comprises the Santa Cruz-Watsonville, CA Metropolitan Area. The county was founded in 1850 and the total area is 607 square miles. The departments in the county office that look after the citizens are probation, emergency management, attorney, auditor, and Sheriff’s office.
The name of the Sheriff is Jim Hart and the address is 5200 Soquel Avenue Santa Cruz, CA 95062 4-7800
The divisions in the Sheriff’s office are district attorney, assessor, emergency services, general services, jury, general services, human services, and counsel.
It is the mission of the Sheriff’s office to provide service, protection, and safety to all of its citizens and visitors. The service is impartial, fair, and just to the community.
The civil division in Santa Cruz is found at the Santa Cruz courthouse and they are the one that processes very civil matter that includes general civil, applications for name change, probation, and unlawful cases. Every restraining order are kept at the courthouse. For added information about restraining orders, check out the Restraining Order Division page. Small claims are compiled and done only at the Watsonville courthouse.
The mailing address is 701 Ocean Street, Room 110 Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Phone number is 831-420-2200
Office hours are from 8 am to 3 pm Monday through Friday in Santa Cruz.
259 Water Street Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Phone number is 831-454-2420
The inmate is responsible for submitting a Visitor Clearance Form. The inmate uses each visitor’s full name, address, phone number, date of birth and a Government ID number (i.e. Drivers License, Passport). The inmate submits the completed form to the Jail Supervisor for visiting clearance. Anyone who has been in custody within the past 60 days, is on parole or formal probation, has a warrant or restraining order prohibiting contact, is not allowed to visit anyone in the jail.
Appointments are available Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Visiting slots are available Saturdays, Sundays, and some Holidays and are scheduled according to the inmate housing assignments. You may call (831) 454-7800 to schedule an appointment. Visits may be scheduled up to one week in advance.
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Santa Cruz County Sheriff Office Address: 19 Rancho Del Mar, Aptos, CA 95003, United States
Coffee with a Cop today took place at 6 locations today. Members of the Sheriff’s Office were able to sit down informally with community members and hear any concerns they may have. Thank you to those who sponsored the events! #NationalCoffeeWithACopDay https://t.co/bRsw94x9U3
@CrissaKentavr Policing is best when its part of the community, we don't think we are over-equipped, just equipped to handle dangerous situations. When a law is broken, we will investigate it. We also allow the schools to handle many of their own situations first, unless it requires us.
We want to make our school safe for students. Over the past two years, the Sheriff’s Office has done 23,000 school checks at our local schools during various times of the day. Starting next week, you will see an increase of deputies during pick up and drop off times. Come say hi! https://t.co/Ree12wgZzh