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Yolo County Sheriff Information
The Yolo County Sheriff’s Office is comprised of over 300 full and part-time employees and volunteers who help maintain peace and order in the community. The department serves the cities Woodland, Davis, Winters, and West Sacramento, the U.C. Davis campus, and the unincorporated towns of Brooks, Capay, Clarksburg, Dunnigan, Esparto, Guinda, Knights Landing, Madison, Rumsey, Yolo and Zamora. The head of the Sheriff’s Office is Sheriff Tom Lopez. Undersheriff-Coroner Dale Johnson is second-in-command. The YCSO provides several services to the community including Investigations, Patrol, Animal Services, and the Coroner’s Office.
Yolo County Sheriff’s Office Address:
140 Tony Diaz Drive, Woodland, CA 95776
Yolo County Sheriff’s Office Phone:
Yolo County can be found in the northern region of California, specifically in the Sacramento Valley. The county seat is Woodland. The largest city based on population is Davis. Based on area, the largest city is West Sacramento. According to the 2010 census, 200,849 people live in the county. The total area of the county is 1,024 square miles.
2018 Violent Crime Rate Yolo: 317
Data Source: Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program
Yolo County Jail Information
The Detention Division of the Yolo County Sheriff’s Office operates two jail facilities. The Monroe Detention Center is the main jail for the county. This is a medium/maximum security facility. The Walter J. Leinberger Memorial Center houses sentenced inmates who work at various city, county, and state agencies to reduce their jail time. The Leinberger Detention Center allows inmates to receive visits. All visits must be scheduled in advance. Visitors will need to call 530-668-5254 to make an appointment. Visits are held on Wednesday nights from 7pm to 8:30pm and on Saturdays and Sundays from 9am to 10:30am, 2pm to 3:30pm, and 7pm to 8pm.
Monroe Detention Center Phone:
Walter J. Leinberger Memorial Center Phone:
Yolo County Sheriff Office Address: 140 Tony Diaz Dr, Woodland, CA 95776, United States
Great job last night by all involved. YCSO patrol and SWAT deputies were on scene and provided assistance. Collaboration, patience, and training resulted in a resolution to a dangerous situation without unnecessary violence. https://t.co/6xbHo7kLfD
Deputy Jose Antonio 'Tony' Diaz
Appointed: August 23, 2004
End of Watch: June 15, 2008
We will always remember the ultimate sacrifice that Deputy Diaz gave while doing something he loved – protecting the community. https://t.co/cJn5gyaife
Yesterday we had a visit from Micah. He’s had a tough couple of weeks and really wanted to stop by & say hi to some of our deputies and even have the chance to check out one of our patrol cars. He has always loved Law Enforcement and we were happy to be able to brighten his day https://t.co/lISiOetVql
Last night, a woman awoke to a masked man standing over her bed holding a knife. Please read the complete release here https://t.co/18H0hIAkUO and please contact us if you have information about the case. https://t.co/thEvZbExjs
This morning, the Yolo County Sheriff's Office was honored to accompany Deputy Tony Diaz' daughter, Jessica, to Pioneer High School where she is graduating as a member of the #ClassOf2020 . We are all so proud of you! https://t.co/b5R2NT8oH9
As #PoliceWeek ends we observe #PeaceOfficersMemorialDay and thank and honor those in law enforcement who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
Deputy Sheriff Walter John Leinberger
EOW: Thursday, November 18, 1943
Deputy Sheriff Jose "Tony" Diaz
EOW: Sunday, June 15, 2008 https://t.co/ICx7XmLQUV
In 2009, we traveled to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial with @wdldpolice to honor Deputy Tony Diaz as his name was added to the memorial. New names of fallen officers are added to the monument each spring, during Police Week. #neverforgotten #PoliceWeek2020 https://t.co/PUOpUSWSnq
While the annual Yolo County Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony will not take place this year, it is important that we honor those law enforcement officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice. The 2019 fallen officers deserve every bit of honor they were going to receive. https://t.co/5VxJbA5HzK
This #PoliceWeek2020, we honor the brave men & women who sadly lost their lives in the line of duty. Their names, courage, & sacrifice will be honored during @NLEOMF's virtual candlelight vigil on 05/13 at 8 PM EDT. Register to watch: https://t.co/MvWTFUo7gj #LODD #UnitedByLight https://t.co/aHmwPzw7LD
May 3-9, 2020, is National Correctional Officers Week. During this week, we recognize correctional officers, who exemplify professionalism, integrity and strength in the face of a difficult and often dangerous work environment. To all of the YCSO correctional officers, thank you! https://t.co/XwNCNpM1jT
We continue to be amazed at the support of our community. Thank you Nimesh & Ankit with NARD by Five Star Textile Restoration so much for your generous donation of 300 cloth masks. It is very much appreciated! https://t.co/DzXjyEroUz