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DEL NORTE COUNTY JAIL Address

Del Norte County Jail
650 5TH STREET
CRESCENT CITY, CA
95531

DEL NORTE COUNTY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 120
Inmate Capacity: 158
Year Constructed: 1964
Full-Time Staff: 21
Total Staff Salaries: $1,100,000

Phone:(707) 464-4191

Del Norte County Sheriff's Office

Sheriff, Erik Apperson
Del Norte County Sheriff's Office
Del Norte County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, May 20th, 2017 at 11:05am
Brief Q&A with a Featured DNSO Employee

Name: Makenzy Cervantez
Assignment: Dispatcher

Q: How long have you been dispatching for the Del Norte County Sheriff's Office?

A: I have been here since March, so about two or three months.

Q: Why did you become a dispatcher?

A: I was an Explorer here and I always admired the people that worked here. I wanted a job that was challenging and I could take pride in, so I became a dispatcher.

Q: What’s the most challenging part of your job so far?

A: There are so many different aspects of the job. Trying to learn everything that comes along with it is incredibly challenging.

Q: What’s your favorite part of the job so far?

A: This is going to sound cheesy but it's the people that I get to work with.

Q: You're right. That does sound cheesy. I see you're already trying to get a raise. What else do you like about the job?

A: [Laughing] I like having a job where I can help people that are in need of help. I value that. I hope that I can help those people that call when they might be having the worst day of their lives.

Makenzy is the newest addition to our communications team and may have one of the toughest jobs in public safety. As a Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office Dispatcher, she answers all 911 calls and non-emergency calls that come into our communications center.

In addition to the public, the Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office, Crescent City Police Department, Del Norte Ambulance, Search and Rescue and the multiple District Fire Departments are just a few of the organizations she provides critical information to when every second counts.
Del Norte County Sheriff's Office
Del Norte County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, May 19th, 2017 at 2:57am
*******UPDATE******* UPDATE*******

DAVID JAMES RHODES WAS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY YESTERDAY BY THE GRANTS PASS POLICE DEPARTMENT.
Del Norte County Sheriff's Office
Del Norte County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, May 18th, 2017 at 12:17pm
***PLEASE SHARE***PLEASE SHARE***

The Del Norte County Sheriffs is asking for the public's assistance in locating the following wanted person:

CRAIG ANTHONY BURGESS
AGE: 35
HEIGHT: 5’11”
WEIGHT : 160
HAIR: SANDY
EYES: BROWN

IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION REGARDING THE WHEREABOUTS OF THIS PERSON PLEASE CONTACT THE DEL NORTE COUNTY SHERIFF’S INVESTIGATIONS SERGEANT RICHARD GRIFFIN AT 707-951-0393 OR 707-464-0670 OR THE DEL NORTE COUNTY
SHERIFF’S OFFICE DISPATCH AT 707-464-4191 EXT 6.
Del Norte County Sheriff's Office
Del Norte County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, May 17th, 2017 at 11:43am
A special thanks goes out to the Yurok Tribal Police for spotting a missing person from Humbolt County in the Klamath area and promptly contacting the DNSO! With the information they provided we were able to locate her.

Additional thanks to our local CHP for responding with us to the scene and the Eureka PD for their assistance as well.

She was located in good spirits and safe. We appreciate the team effort!
Del Norte County Sheriff's Office
Del Norte County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, May 16th, 2017 at 4:43am
Respect. Honor. Remember.

"In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15th as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15th falls, as National Police Week. Established by a joint resolution of Congress in 1962, National Police Week pays special recognition to those law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection of others."

That year, there were 144 deaths of US law enforcement officers while in the line of duty. This year (2017), there have already been 48. In 2016, 145 law enforcement officers lost their lives in line of duty and 2015 totaled 141. The leading causes of death are typically related to gunfire and automobile crashes.

Far too often, you may notice a Del Norte County Sheriff’s Deputy or Officer wearing a black mourning band across their badge. You may also see the American flag and State of California flag in front of the Del Norte Sheriff's Office posted at half-staff. These gestures are symbolic of loss of life and usually represent a death in the law enforcement family.

Making a commitment to serve as a law enforcement officer is challenging to say the least, rewarding beyond measure and equally unpredictable. From the tragic losses in Stanislaus County just days ago and spanning all the way back to the earliest recorded in the line of duty death (June 12th of 1830), and to all of those that may have been unrecorded, the DNSO salutes you.

Please join us and take a moment to recognize the law enforcement officers that have made the ultimate sacrifice while in the service of our nation’s communities.

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Del Norte County Sheriff's Office
Del Norte County Sheriff's Office added 4 new photos.Thursday, May 11th, 2017 at 5:59am
****MEET THE NEW MEMBERS OF THE DNSO TEAM****

Mollie the Monkey and Sebastian the Superbuddy.

We all have a bad day from time to time but when that bad day involves law enforcement and you are a child struggling to make sense of whats going on, it can be down right scary. We hope that Mollie and Sebastian can help us make things easier to cope with for those kids that need a little extra support on that bad day.

Donations from citizens in California, Oregon and Oklahoma made it possible to have Mollie and Sebastian in our patrol cars and some of the purchase proceeds went to support Shriners Hospitals for Children. Big thanks to Caitlyn Griffin with Scentsy here in Crescent City and all the people that donated to make this possible.

Mollie and Sebastian asked if they could take one of our cars for a ride. We didn't mind as long as they shared some pictures with us. (It was a long day, they were pretty tired)