the Sonoma County Sheriff's Department
the Sonoma County Sheriff's Department has been providing law enforcement, court security services and detention services
to the citizens of Sonoma County. Currently the Department is comprised of over 1,000 employees. Servicing a county of over
1600 square miles and population of nearly 500,000, the Sheriff's Department is responsible for primary law enforcement services
of the unincorporated area and the cities of Windsor and Sonoma. These law enforcement services are provided by the over 275
Deputy Sheriffs in the Patrol Bureau, Investigations Bureau, Court Security and Transportation Bureaus.
Division is comprised of over 300 Correctional Officers and Support Staff in two facilities. These direct supervision facilities
have a combined daily inmate population of nearly 1,200.
services such as Crime Prevention, serving of Civil processes, and the participation in many enforcement task forces the Sheriff's
Department is committed to providing professional, firm, fair compassionate law enforcement and detention services with integrity
and respect as we partnership with our community.
Enforcement Division consists of many Bureaus and Units, all of which provide law enforcement services in one form or another.
This Division is overwhelming comprised of deputy sheriff's, but is supported by a support staff of Clerks, Secretaries and
Community Services Officers. This Division is comprised of the following Bureaus
Bureau which includes the Violent Crimes Investigation Unit, Coroner's Unit, Narcotics Unit, Property Crimes Investigation
Unit, Crime Scene Investigations Unit, and the Domestic Violence Sexual Assault Unit.
Bureau which includes: Main Office and Substation Patrol, Helicopter Unit
Deputy Unit, Volunteers in Policing Unit, Many collateral specialty units
Unit, and the Crime Prevention Unit.