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Stanislaus County Sheriff Information
The Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department is under the command of Sheriff-Coroner Jeff Dirkse. His second-in-command is Undersheriff Ralph Ghimenti. The department is comprised of three main divisions which are the Administration Division, the Operations Division, and the Adult Detention Division. Captain Keith Rakoncza heads the Administration Division while Captain Jim Gordon oversees the Operations Division. The Adult Detention Division is headed by Captain Bill Duncan.
Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department Address:
250 E. Hackett Road, Modesto, CA 95358
Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department Phone:
Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department Fax:
Stanislaus County can be found in the Central Valley of California, just east of the San Francisco Bay Area. The county seat and largest city is Modesto. Based on the 2010 census, 514,453 people live in this county. The total area of the county measures 1,515 square miles.
2018 Violent Crime Rate Stanislaus: 533
Data Source: Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program
Stanislaus County Jail Information
The Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department operates the Public Safety Center facility to house over 1,300 pre-trial, sentenced, and out-of-custody inmates. The PSC has a 918-bed capacity for medium and maximum male and female inmates. The average inmate population is 650. The facility books approximately 354 individuals per month. Inmates at this facility are allowed 1 public visit per day, a maximum of 2 free visits per week, four paid visits per week. The visitation schedule is as follows:
Face-to-Face Non-Contact Visits and Video Visitation:
Thursday to Tuesday: 0800 – 1100, 1200 – 1600, 1900 – 2100
Session 1: MHU2A 0700 0800
Session 2: MHU2A 0830 0930
Session 3: MHU2B 1100 1200
Session 4: MHU2B 1230 1330
Session 5: MHU2C 1400 1500
Session 6: MHU2C 1530 1630
Session 1: MHU1A 0700 0800
Session 2: MHU1A 0830 0930
Session 3: MHU1B 1100 1200
Session 4: MHU1B 1230 1330
Session 5: MHU1C 1400 1500
Session 6: MHU1C 1530 1630
Public Safety Center Address:
200 East Hackett Rd., Modesto, CA 95358
Public Safety Center Phone:
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Stanislaus County Sheriff Office Address: 530 S Santa Cruz Ave, Modesto, CA 95354, United States
The following notice is being sent to businesses out of compliance with the Governor’s Executive Order within Stanislaus County. If you see a business that’s open that you believe should be closed, please email us at:
HSA-COVID-19info @schsa.org so that we can address it. https://t.co/mNsCXRHihj
Hey You! If you are operating a Bar/Pub/Tavern, Dine-In Restaurant, Hair/Barber/Nail Salon, or Gym/Personal Training Facility against the Governor’s Order we want you to comply and temporarily close. Please comply and work with us to help Stop the Spread of COVID-19! https://t.co/kk3XFGFl4i
It's right on the home page.
Once you follow the link, enter your email and extra patrol request. We handle the rest!
As a reminder all non-essential businesses need to close. If you are concerned about your business closing, please contact HSA-COVID-19info @schsa.org
Are you a business owner and have to shut down due to the virus?
We are offering directed extra patrol to your businesses. Head to our website https://t.co/ITVdjInLMA and click the link “Stanislaus County Business COVID-19 Extra Patrol Request”. https://t.co/1gM89YL03V
We are working with our County partners to communicate the most up to date info on COVID-19. Some frequently asked questions have been answered at https://t.co/7AriRW8IYk . If your question(s) aren’t answered here, please call the Stanislaus COVID-19 Call Center at (209)558-7535. https://t.co/ykaeGiPM44
Help slow the spread and stay home if you are sick. https://t.co/kpHANZZ267
Today (3/23/20) is DAY 8 of The President’s Coronavirus Guidelines for America - 15 Days to Slow the Spread of Coronavirus. Please do your part to help slow the spread of the Coronavirus. To learn more visit: https://t.co/BCDumdAIKP
#StanCountyCOVID19Updates #StayAtHome https://t.co/gO7zMjPzAS
Here's information about what essential industry. From @DHSgov https://t.co/n97D9wsJYF
Great advice once again by @StanEmergency To keep up to date about COVID-19 in Stanislaus County be sure to follow @StanEmergency https://t.co/JvzIDqgm4z
Social distancing is a way to slow down or stop the spread of COVID-19 by limiting contact between you and other people. Stay at home if possible. Seniors & those with serious underlying medical conditions should remain at home based on public health recommendations. https://t.co/kuknBc4BFo
In an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Stanislaus County Office of Education, with the 25 school districts in the county, announced plans for school closures beginning Thur March 19th. Return dates will be announced by individual school districts.