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Yuba County Sheriff Information
The Yuba County Sheriff’s Department is committed to serving the public by preventing and detecting crime, ensuring public safety and quality of life. The head of the YCSD is Sheriff-Coroner Wendell Anderson. The department is comprised of various divisions and units including Operations Division, Patrol Division, Jail Division, Animal Care Services, Investigations, and the Coroner Unit.
Yuba County Sheriff’s Department Address:
720 Yuba St., Marysville, CA 95901
Yuba County Sheriff’s Department Phone:
Yuba County can be found in the Central Valley region of California, along the Feather River. The county seat is Marysville. The largest community is Linda. According to the 2010 census, 72,155 people live in this county. The total area of the county measures 644 square miles.
2018 Violent Crime Rate Yuba: 387
Data Source: Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program
Yuba County Jail Information
The Jail Division of the Yuba County Sheriff’s Department oversees the county jail. The Yuba County Jail has a maximum capacity of 428 inmates. The population of the facility is comprised of pre-trial and sentenced inmates. Inmate visitation is held daily. The day and time of visits are determined by the cell assignment of the inmate. Each inmate is allowed two visits per week, one of which is held on a Saturday or Sunday.
Yuba County Jail Address:
215 5th Street, Suite #150, Marysville, CA 95901
Yuba County Jail Phone:
If you want to obtain information on an inmate housed in the Yuba County Jail, you can use the online inmate locator. The inmate’s profile contains his or her complete name, age, physical description, booking number, booking date, arresting agency, bail amount, charges, and visiting schedule.
Yuba County Sheriff Office Address: 16796 Willow Glen Rd, Brownsville, CA 95919, United States
Our heartfelt prayers go out to the family and friends of
@houstonpolice Sergeant Sean Rios , killed in the line of duty yesterday in Houston, Tx. Rest in Peace sir. Our thoughts are with you all at HPD. https://t.co/9LgB70OjXT
Our hearts are broken over the death of @houstonpolice Sergeant Sean Rios who was shot and killed during an exchange of gunfire this afternnon. We will never forget him and will see his 4 children, family and friends through this painful loss. RIP https://t.co/QBHx2bymWY
Today is Law Enforcement Records and Support Personnel Day, and we wish to thank our Records Staff for the very important and hard work they do daily behind the scenes; and as the friendly faces that great our citizens at the public counter! #lawenforcementrecords #appreciation https://t.co/tlabg9SFd4
Happy Voting Day Yuba County! Our Deputies are close patrolling all polling locations to ensure a safe voting experience for our citizens. #GodBlessAmerica #Vote2020 https://t.co/JjNoacvCRk
Tmrw is the day! There are 18 polling sites in Yuba County where you can vote in-person or drop off your ballot (in addition to drive-up/in-door drop-offs @ gov center).
Polls operate 7 a.m.-8 p.m. Look up your polling site & more info: https://t.co/vliz6PYs1u
Happy voting!🇺🇸 https://t.co/ZbSvgNEoSm
Sending well wishes for a full recovery to @houstonpolice Officer Courtney Waller! https://t.co/tZI8XmyoYI
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family, friends, and co-workers of @houstonpolice Sgt. Harold Preston. Rest in Peace Sgt, and thank you for your lifelong service to your community. https://t.co/ErUlQ9ni6l
Those of us who knew, loved, & respected Sgt. Harold Preston knew him to be a wonderful, courageous, and humble servant, from an amazing family.
While many may never say his name, or honor his life of selfless service, we will never forget. RIP kind hero, we will celebrate you. https://t.co/3U370XNsFc
#northcomplexwestzone #WillowFire evacuation update for Yuba County: Willow Glen Rd to La Porte Rd in Brownsville is now open. Rackerby and communities north of Brownsville to and including Strawberry Valley remain under mandatory evacuation at this time.
After consulting with @CALFIRENEU regarding the #WillowFire, the VOLUNTARY evacuation order for Oregon House and Dobbins is now lifted. Remaining orders remain in place for Brownsville and communities north of to Yuba County border due to the #BearFire #NorthComplexWestZone https://t.co/Vb7iB1OFN6