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MADERA COUNTY JAIL Address

Madera County Jail
14191 ROAD 28
MADERA, CA
93638

MADERA COUNTY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 374
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 116
Total Staff Salaries: $4,180,128

Phone:(559) 675-7951

Madera County Sheriff's Office

The Madera County Sheriff's Department was formed in 1893, the same year the County of Madera was founded. The county’s first Sheriff, W.H. Thurman, served from 1893 to 1895. Sheriff Jay A Varney is the 15th Sheriff to serve Madera County. Sheriff Varney is the Chief Law Enforcement officer and Chief Coroner of Madera County. He is responsible for providing public protection and investigating crimes that occur within the unincorporated areas of Madera County. The Madera County Sheriff’s Department is divided into three distinct and critical levels, all of which operate under the direction of Sheriff Varney. Those sections are: the Valley Division, Mountain Division, and Administrative Division which oversees the offices of records, dispatch, civil process and court security.
Madera County Sheriff's Office
Madera County Sheriff's Office added 5 new photos.Friday, January 20th, 2017 at 8:52pm
#MCSOK9 Deputy Kirchert, his partner Arco, and Community Service Officer Serratto visited students and staff at Kids Kare Madera to talk about community service and safety, and the important role that #MCSO serves in our community.

Deputy Kirchert answered questions from
students about what kinds of duties Arco performs on a daily basis to help #MCSODeputies keep the County of Madera safe. Students were able to observe #MSCOK9 Arco perform an object retrieval, and then had the opportunity to meet both Deputy Kirchert and Arco one on one.

Thank you to Kids Kare Madera for inviting us to participate in your Community Helpers Week activities. We appreciate your enthusiasm and support, and enjoyed getting to know all of the #JuniorDeputies in the audience.
Madera County Sheriff's Office
Madera County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.Thursday, January 19th, 2017 at 11:35am
On 01-18-17 during routine patrol in Oakhurst, a #MCSODeputy attempted to stop a motorcycle. Upon activating lights and sirens, the motorcycle failed to yield, and led #MCSODeputy Chetwood on a pursuit reaching up to 80 mph. The pursuit traveled Northbound on Highway 41 from Hodges Hill to El Cid.

The motorcycle left the Highway up a hill, where the suspect laid the bike down and fled. #MCSODeputy Chetwood engaged in a foot pursuit of the suspect, who was detained a short distance later with assistance from Perimeter deputies which included two #MCSOK9 units, a Patrol Deputy and a Patrol Sergeant.

It was found that the motorcycle had been reported stolen out of Madera County. The suspect, Bryan Flynn, was subsequently arrested without incident and booked on the following charges:
CVC 2800.2 Felony evading
PC 496 Possession of stolen property
PC 148 resisting arrest
PC 14601 driving on a suspended license.
Madera County Sheriff's Office
Madera County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, January 17th, 2017 at 11:40pm
The Madera County Sheriff's Office would like to thank and honor Deputy Warren Anderson for sharing the last part of his 36 years of law enforcement service with us. We wish him the best in his retirement.

Safe travels Warren, and don't be a stranger.
Madera County Sheriff's Office
Madera County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, January 14th, 2017 at 4:36pm
The Madera Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Services is happy to announce that all evacuation warnings for Madera County related to the recent flood activity are officially lifted.
Madera County Sheriff's Office
Madera County Sheriff's Office added 5 new photos.Thursday, January 12th, 2017 at 11:50pm
On 1-12-17 Madera County Sheriff's Office received a call for service for an overturned boat with teenagers in the water in the area of Road 400 behind Rivergold School. Upon arrival of #MCSO, one victim was located on an island in the middle of the river. The other three victims had made it safely to shore. #MCSODeputies, #MaderaSAR volunteers, Cal Fire, and California Highway Patrol were able to safely secure the victim still in the water, pull him safely to shore, and turn him over to Sierra Ambulance personnel for treatment.

#MCSO wants to remind everyone the dangers of the water currently in our rivers, creeks, and streams. The water is fast moving, cold, with a lot of large debris floating down them. The victims in this incident were not wearing life jackets or any other safety equipment. #MCSO wants to remind everyone to always use caution and wear the proper safety equipment while in or around any water ways and/or boats.
Madera County Sheriff's Office
Madera County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, January 12th, 2017 at 7:29pm
The Sheriff’s Office is releasing the mandatory evacuation order for the follow areas:

-Church Street
-Bass Lake Mobile Home Park

County agencies have been out to evaluate homes impacted by the flood. If you were not contacted, your home is safe to reoccupy.

Please check your residence yourself especially propane, electric, and water. County Environmental Health recommends flushing water lines before drinking. The Sheriff’s Office has bottled water available for drinking.

The evacuation warning is still in effect for those areas and the following areas:

-Road 222 between Railroad Grade Road and Road 200
-Road 226 between Keller Road and Road 222
-Manzanita Lake Drive
-Old Central Camp Road between Road 222 and ½ of a mile west of Road 274
-Road 225 between Road 222 and Road 274
-Road 228
-Wah-up Way
-Kunigib Way
-Amber Lane
-Weatherly Lane

Still be aware of rising water levels and evaluate your conditions. If you feel the need to evacuate, please do so. Residents in these area should still be prepared to immediately evacuate at a moments notice. Have personal affects packed and be ready for in case of another evacuation order.