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BUTTE COUNTY JAIL Address

Butte County Jail
33 COUNTY CENTER DRIVE
OROVILLE, CA
95965

BUTTE COUNTY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 522
Inmate Capacity: 614
Year Constructed: 1964
Full-Time Staff: 105
Total Staff Salaries: $7,658,939

Phone:(530) 538-7471

Butte County Sheriff

The mission of the Butte County Sheriff's Office is to protect and serve the citizens of Butte County by providing vigorous, ethical, efficient law enforcement, and to increase public awareness of personal safety and security measures. We will provide humane custody and care for those incarcerated in the county jail.In order to accomplish this mission, the Butte County Sheriff's Office will encourage employee professionalism through improved communication and by providing continuous and productive training. The Office is committed to provide a secure and comfortable work environment in which employees are encouraged to take pride in their work and strive for excellence. This Office realizes the importance of individual commitment and recognizes outstanding employee performance.
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Butte County Sheriff added 3 new photos.Monday, April 24th, 2017 at 5:00am
Another snow rescue!

A husband and wife left Magalia yesterday afternoon for an overnight trip to the Chester area. They took Skyway north through Inskip and continued on Skyway toward 32/Butte Meadows. Their F250 turbo diesel high centered on a large snow/ice bank on the roadway. After trying everything possible to free their vehicle, they decided to spend the night in their truck and attempt to find help in the morning. When they did not arrive/check in to their hotel in Chester, their concerned daughters called BCSO for assistance. BCSO Deputies located them sleeping in their stuck vehicle and drove them home to Magalia. Although spring has sprung, winter roadway conditions are still hanging around at higher elevations.
Great job BCSO Deputies!
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Butte County SheriffSaturday, April 22nd, 2017 at 2:59pm
Please see the attached press release from Department of Water Resources (DWR). As part of the Oroville Dam Spillway repair efforts, DWR will be using controlled blasting methods that have been reviewed by the Butte County Sheriff's Office and Butte Interagency Bomb Squad as well as state and federal regulatory partners. BCSO, as well as the Butte Interagency Bomb Squad, will be monitoring the situation closely.
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Butte County SheriffFriday, April 21st, 2017 at 1:34pm
Butte County Sheriff's Office will have a booth at tomorrow's Public Safety Day at Chico Elks Lodge! Swing by and say hello!!
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Butte County SheriffFriday, April 21st, 2017 at 10:04am
UPDATE 4/21/17Joseph Lee Stauffer has returned home safe. Thank you to everyone who shared this post, we are happy to hear he is home safe.

4/20/17 Please share. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Butte County Sheriff's Office: 530-538-7671
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Butte County SheriffFriday, April 21st, 2017 at 4:48am
Today's #throwbackthursday is from 1996 when Captain Andy Duch was promoted to sergeant by Sheriff Mick Grey. Captain Duch will soon be retiring after 26 years with BCSO!
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Butte County Sheriff added 8 new photos.Thursday, April 20th, 2017 at 7:46am
PRESS RELEASE:
Stolen Property Recovered
Chico, CA- On Wednesday, April 19, 2017, Butte County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO) deputies served a search warrant at a home on Gaia Way, off Highway 99, just south of the Tehama County line. The resident of the home, Jason Coy, age 41, was arrested in Chico April 16, 2017, on charges of petty theft and possession of stolen property after being found with items stolen from a home in North Chico.
During the search of the home, deputies located numerous items of stolen property, including firearms, ammunition, chainsaws, power tool equipment, and generators. A stolen Jeep was also found at the property. A butane honey oil lab was also discovered, along with a significant amount of methamphetamine. Deputies believe the stolen items are related to unsolved burglaries from North Chico and southern Tehama County.
Jason Coy was arrested on several charges, including the manufacturing of a controlled substance, possession of methamphetamine for sale, possession of stolen property, being a felon in possession of a firearm, and being a felon in possession of ammunition. Coy’s girlfriend, Deven Smith, age 26, was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance, and possession of stolen property. A third person at the home, Jose Ortiz Hernandez, age 24, was also arrested on a charge of possession of a stolen firearm.
Anyone living in North Chico or southern Tehama County who was the victim of a burglary and had construction equipment stolen is urged to contact Sgt. Brazzi at 538-7321.
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