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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
This weekend, Mr. Lillard reached out to deputies because he wanted to donate a box of M95 masks to first-responders. After receiving this gift from Mr. Lillard, deputies delivered the masks to the staff at Woodland Memorial Hospital. Thank you, sir, you are a true hero! https://t.co/TeOUng98p4
It is fun to see the Teddy Bear Neighborhood Hunt pop up throughout YoloCounty. Neighbors have tucked teddy bears in their front windows to greet kids when they step out for some fresh air & fun in their neighborhood while practicing safe social distancing. #SpreadPositivity https://t.co/b7AEEr5sGn
We are honored to serve Yolo County during this uncertain and difficult time.
Thought we might post some pictures one of our Sergeants took throughout the county. Nice to see everyone taking social distancing seriously.
Do you recognize any of these places? https://t.co/gNyZRMHoBW
We're receiving many questions about essential vs. non-essential. This is an excellent resource. https://t.co/fObpjzMYwy
We are reading rumors online about people being stopped & harassed for being out in public. If your business falls under the 'Essential' category, you DO NOT need a piece of paper from the County & you will NOT need to carry proof of employment with you. https://t.co/0VvpAGB6hu https://t.co/KZtMD584Af
Today is #NationalPuppyDay!
We know that many of you have 4 legged assistants helping you & your family out during your time at home. Be sure to message or tweet us a picture of your pupper, young or young at heart & help us brighten up our page with with 'pawsotivity' https://t.co/wCINHphGIX
Sacramento County residents Juan Topete, 21, Abelardo Perez, 21, and Ernesto Gomez, 18, were arrested late last night after they were found target shooting with a stolen handgun near Co Rd 107 and Courtland Rd. They also had 54 grams of cocaine, 62 Xanax pills, and 9 MDMA pills. https://t.co/Q9NZmUZu3K
(2) which is to stay at home to protect the public health. We ask everyone take these orders seriously and to make smart decisions about leaving their residence. The orders can be enforced by law enforcement, however, we would appreciate voluntary compliance.
(1) A message from Sheriff Lopez:
The State of California and Yolo County have issued stay at home orders to help slow the spread of COVID-19. They are legal orders and the County is asking everyone to comply with the spirit and intent of the orders, https://t.co/bmavjNjLvB
Here at YCSO we wanted to take a quick break from the continual COVID-19 news & coverage & try & #SpreadPositivity throughout the Yolo County community. We came across Chalk Your Walk! This weekend, draw or write something encouraging on your driveway or sidewalk with. https://t.co/4N6DuWZ5DI