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Jail Inmate Search

 

Online Crime Mapping

The Sonoma County Sheriff's Office is now using RAIDS (Regional Analysis and Information Sharing) Online crime mapping technology. Online crime mapping helps the public to form a better understanding of the crime activity in their area so that they can make more informed decisions. Information provided on the map represents a wide spectrum of law enforcement activity from serious crimes to information only reports.  The information is disseminated in compliance with the California Public Records Act and crime reports are mapped to the nearest intersection to protect victims' identities. Information is uploaded from our Records Management system on a nightly basis after reports have gone through all phases of our approval process. To gain a better understanding of the features available in RAIDS Online we encourage you to review the RAIDS Online features and visit the online tutorial.

 

RAIDS Online empowers the public with access to the same technology used by law enforcement to analyze and interpret crime activity. With its capability to automatically alert the public about recent crime activity, RAIDS Online goes beyond traditional crime mapping and improves communication between the public and the Sheriff's Office. Citizens using this tool are also encouraged to view our crime prevention resources, participate in a neighborhood watch group, report tips through our silent witness form or report crimes through our online crime reporting.  These tools do not replace our emergency dispatch system and in the event of an emergency the public should still call 911.

 

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View online crime mapping with the following link:

 

View Online Crime Mapping Link


Uniform Crime Reporting

The UCR Program is a voluntary city, university and college, county, state, tribal, and federal law enforcement program that provides a nationwide view of crime based on the submission of statistics by law enforcement agencies throughout the country.

 

The latest UCR statistics are located on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s website, along with other jurisdictions, by year:

 

Year

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Contract Cities

2013

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2012

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2011

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2010

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2009

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2008

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2007

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2006

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Sonoma County Sheriff's Office's Live Events

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Sonoma County Sheriff's Zone Map

Live Events

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Live Events Codes

 

Zone Map pdf (4.57 MB)

 

About Live Events

Live Events are current live events happening with the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office...


 
Zone Descriptions

Zone 1:

River Zone: This zone is staffed from the Guerneville substation and covers the Sonoma Coast and unincorporated areas surrounding Guerneville.  In addition to the deputies from the Guerneville substation, there are three resident deputies who patrol the coastal areas.

Zone 2:

North Zone: This zone is staffed from the main office and includes the unincorporated areas surrounding Healdsburg, Cloverdale, and Windsor.

Zone 3:

Local Zone: This zone is staffed from the main office and includes the unincorporated areas to the north of the city of Santa Rosa.

Zone 4:

West Zone: This zone includes the unincorporated areas surrounding Sebastopol. This area is staffed from the main office.

Zone 5:

South Zone: This zone is staffed from the main office and includes the unincorporated areas surrounding Petaluma, Rohnert Park, and Cotati.

Zone 6:

Valley Zone: This zone is staffed from the Sonoma Valley substation.

 

 

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