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Search for Inmates on the Jail Roster in Santa Cruz County CA. Results: Type of Arrest, Charges/Bail, Projected Release, Arresting Agency, Next Court Date, Mailing Address, Mugshot, Booking Number, Aliases, Visiting.

Santa Cruz County Sheriff Information

The Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office provides prevents, detects, and investigates crime in the unincorporated areas within the county. The head of the department is Sheriff Jim Hart. The Sheriff’s Office is comprised of three bureaus. The Administration Bureau, headed by Undersheriff Craig Wilson, manages all the administrative, business, and support functions of the agency. The Corrections Bureau is under the command of Chief Deputy Chris Clark. The Operations Bureau is headed by Chief Deputy Mitch Medina. This bureau consists of three divisions – Patrol, Investigations, and Community Policing.

Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office Address:
5200 Soquel Avenue, Santa Cruz, CA 95062 4-7800

Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office Phone:
(831) 454-7600

Santa Cruz County Sheriff

Santa Cruz County can be found along the Pacific coast, specifically the California Central Coast which is just south of the San Francisco Bay Area region. The county seat is Santa Cruz which is also the largest city in the area. Based on the 2010 census, there are 262,382 people living in the county. The total area measures 607 square miles.

2018 Violent Crime Rate Santa Cruz: 394
Data Source: Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program

Santa Cruz County Jail Information

The Corrections Bureau of the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office oversees the operations of four correctional facilities. These are the Main Jail, Blaine Street Facility, the Rountree Medium security facility, and the Rehabilitation and Reentry facility. Inmates at the Main Jail are allowed visitation held on Saturdays and Sundays. You will need to schedule an appointment in advance by calling (831) 454-7800. The Blaine Street Facility also holds visitation on Saturdays and Sundays from 1:30pm to 3:30pm. Inmates at the Rountree Medium Facility hold visitation on every day of the week, the schedule depending on the housing unit of the inmate. The visitation schedule is as follows:

Visiting days for “S” Unit Inmates are Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.
Visiting days for “R” Unit Inmates are on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
Visiting days for “T” Unit Inmates are on Saturday and Sunday.

Visiting hours are 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Santa Cruz Main Jail Address:
259 Water Street, Santa Cruz, CA. 95060

Santa Cruz Main Jail Phone:
(831) 454-7800

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Santa Cruz Main Jail

Blaine Street Facility Address:
141 Blaine Street, Santa Cruz, CA. 95060

Blaine Street Facility Phone:
(831) 454-2177

Blaine Street Facility

Rountree Medium Facility Address:
90 Rountree Lane, Watsonville, CA. 95076

Rountree Medium Facility Phone:
(831) 454-7873

Rountree Medium Facility

The Sheriff’s Office maintains logs of arrests booked into one of the facilities. Within the arrest logs, you’ll find the individual’s complete name, booking date, housing location, date of birth, booking number, personal information, arrest information, court information, bail, and occupation.

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