Court Security Section works under
the authority of the Yolo County
Department Detention Division. Court
Security is based at the Court Holding
Facility. Sheriff Deputies secure inmates in
holding rooms while
are waiting to appear in court,
after their court
appearance, and while they await return
to the Detention Center.
section works with the Transportation
Deputies and is staffed with
a Lieutenant, a Sergeant and 16 deputy sheriffs, which
are funded by the courts. This section
is tasked with providing security
for the court, judges, courthouse staff
and the public. Over
269,000 people enter the main courthouse
annually serviced by an additional three satellite
courts: Department Nine Superior Court,
Family Court, and Traffic Court .
Records Section is operated under the
authority of the Sheriff’s Department
Detention Division. It is located at
the Monroe Detention Center in Woodland,
California. Personnel support the Detention
Facility, Patrol, Transportation, Court
Security, Detectives, Sheriff’s
Work Inmate Program, Civil, Boats,
and Coroner Sections. Since this division
is a 24 hour operation, personnel also
work with Yolo County city law enforcement
and other outside agencies.
All incoming calls for the Monroe Detention Facility are received by this section.
Records personnel also handle the administrative telephone lines after business
hours, and on weekends and holidays.
Victim Information and Notification Everyday
(VINE) - The California VINE system
is a service through which victims of crime
can use the telephone or Internet to search
for information regarding the custody status
of their offender and to register to receive
telephone and e-mail notification when the
offender's custody status changes.
The VINE toll-free number for the California
VINE system is 1-877-411-5588.
California State VINE is a service of the
California State Sheriffs' Association and
is provided by your local sheriff.
The Sheriff’s Transportation
Section uses a state-of-the art
Braun-Northwest, 34 passenger inmate
transport vehicle to transport
an average of 40-70 inmates
per day between the Detention Center and Court House for their appearance
before the court.
The bus is also used to transport
inmates between the Deuel Vocational
Institute (DVI) in Tracy and
the Yolo County Sheriff’s
Detention Center. This section
involved in the T.O.P.I.C.
(Transportation of Prisoners
program with other law enforcement agencies. The program saves valuable
monetary and personnel resources.