Contact Information

To reach the Jail please call:
(530) 245-6100

If you need to speak to a Deputy please call:
(530) 245-6540

For any CCW, Fingerprint, or Crime report questions please call:
(530) 245-6025

For all other questions please calll:
(530) 245-6165

Email: Sheriff
Fax: (530) 245-6054
Address: 1525 Court St.
Redding, CA 96001

Commanders

LT BertainCaptain Anthony Bertain

Captain Anthony Bertain has been in law enforcement for 17 years. He began his career in 1991 with the Trinity County Sheriff’s Office and was hired by the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office in 1999, assigned to the Burney Station as a Deputy. In 2001, he was assigned as a Detective for Major Crimes and continued to work out of the Burney Station. While investigating major crimes, he handled sex crimes investigations, homicides, and other crimes against people. In 2004, he went back to Patrol and was promoted to Sergeant in 2006. Anthony has been a member of the SWAT Team since 2001 and is currently the SWAT Team Leader. In June 2008, he was promoted to Lieutenant and was assigned to CALMMET. Anthony was promoted to Captain in November of 2011 and is assigned to the Patrol Division.

LT LillibridgeLieutenant Mark Lillibridge

Lieutenant Mark Lillibridge has been with the Sheriff’s Office since 1991. He began his Law Enforcement career in 1988 as a Police Officer for the City of Los Angeles after serving as a Military Policeman in the United States Army. Mark has worked in many Sheriff’s Office Units. With the Custody Division, he was Deputy, Jail Training Officer, Shift Supervisor, and Administrative Sergeant. In the Patrol Division, he served as Lakehead Resident Deputy, D.A.R.E. Instructor, and Supervisor of the Youth Services Unit. In the Boating Safety Unit of the Services Division, he was Lake Patrol Deputy, Watch Commander, Search and Rescue Coordinator, Dive Team Leader, and Sergeant. In the City of Shasta Lake Division, Mark was Patrol Deputy, Field Training Officer, D.A.R.E. Instructor, Traffic Enforcement Officer, and Patrol Sergeant. Lillibridge was promoted to Lieutenant in 2009 and currently he is assigned to the Burney Patrol Division.

 

 

Captain John Hubbard

Captain John Hubbard has served with the Shasta County Sheriff's Office since 1989. John has worked in Custody, Patrol, Boating Safety as well as Investigations as a Detective and Detective Sergeant. John was honored as Deputy of the year in 2005 and Sergeant of the year in 2008. John is involved in the Peer Support Program. John was promoted to Lieutenant in 2011 and to Captain in 2013.  He is currently assigned to the Major Crimes Division.

LT BartellCaptain Forrest Bartell

Captain Forrest Bartell began his career with the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office in 1988 as a Reserve and worked as in the Boating Safety Unit before becoming a full-time Deputy at the Jail in 1990. He transferred to Patrol in Burney in 1992 and has held collateral assignments as Range Instructor, Dare Instructor, COPPS Officer, Coroner, K-9 Handler, and liaison with the Women’s Refuge Domestic Violence Program. In 2000 Forrest was promoted to Sergeant assigned to the Jail and later transferred back to Burney as Patrol Sergeant. He is the K-9 Coordinator, Chief Range Master, Training Cadre Coordinator, and has been the Patrol Lieutenant in Burney since 2007.  Forrest Bartell was promoted to Captain and assigned to CSL Patrol Division January 2011. 

LT BreshearsCaptain Janet Breshears

Captain Janet Breshears has been with the Sheriff's Office since 1989. Janet is currently assigned to the Custody Division. Previous assignments include working in the Custody Division as a Deputy, Sergeant and a Lieutenant. Additionally, Janet was a detective in Major Crimes, Administrative Sergeant, Civil Sergeant, worked in Patrol as a Deputy, Sergeant and Lieutenant and was Chief Deputy Coroner, managing County Wide Services, which includes the Civil Unit, Coroner’s Office and Animal Regulations. Janet graduated from the FBI National Academy in 2005 and also graduated from the Sherman Block Supervisory Leadership Institute that same year. Janet has been the Sheriff's Office's Press Information Officer and is currently the Hostage Negotiator Team's Supervisor..

Lieutenant Dave Kent

Lieutenant Dave Kent began his career with Shasta County in May of 1991 as Extra Help Deputy and became a full time Deputy Sheriff in August.  He served in the Custody Division as Deputy, Jail Training Officer, and Officer-In-Charge (OIC).  He also served in the Patrol Division, the City of Shasta Lake Patrol Division, Major Crimes Unit, and the Shasta Interagency Narcotic Task Force where he was Acting Commander for a year.  He was awarded the National Exchange Club Officer of the Year award in 2004.  After being promoted to Sergeant, Kent worked in the Custody Division as a shift supervisor, in the City of Shasta Lake Patrol Division as Patrol Supervisor where he coordinated the All-Terrain Motorcycle Unit (ATMU) and DUI enforcement, and as Administrative Sergeant assigned to the Office of the Sheriff.  Kent’s collateral assignments include 13 years in SWAT, Range Master, and Color Guard Unit Supervisor. Dave is proud to be representing the Sheriff’s Office as an instructor at Shasta College in the Administration of Justice program.  Kent was promoted to Lieutenant in August 2011 and is assigned to the Custody Division where he is currently serving as the Facility Manager of the Shasta County Jail. 

CPT DeanCaptain David Dean

Captain Dave Dean began his career with the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office in 1980. His previous assignments have included Search and Rescue Coordinator and Dive Team Leader. Dave is currently Captain of the Services Division, overseeing 9 Search & Rescue teams, comprised of 260 volunteers, and a 14 person Overhead Team. Dave’s responsibilities include emergency planning, disaster preparedness, training, disaster response, and coordination of Search & Rescue, Dive Team, Explosives Unit, Boating Safety Unit, Homeland Security, Records, Hostage Negotiations, SWAT, and Personnel.

Lieutenant Eric Magrini

Lieutenant Eric Magrini began his Law Enforcement career in January of 1998 as a Police Officer for the City of Red Bluff.  In December of 2006, Magrini was hired by the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office to work in the community he was raised in and resides in.  He worked on patrol in both the City of Shasta Lake and the south county Patrol Division.  Eric Magrini held several collateral duties to include; SWAT team member, Dive team member, Field Training Officer and SAGE team member.  In 2007 Magrini was named by the Exchange Club as Peace Officer of the year.  In 2009, Magrini was promoted to Detective working in the Major Crimes Unit.  Magrini was promoted to Administrative Sergeant in 2011 where he served for 2 years; at which time he also became the SWAT Team Leader.  In November of 2013, Magrini promoted to Lieutenant and is currently Chief Deputy Coroner, assigned to “County Wide Services,” overseeing the Coroner’s Office, Animal Regulations and the Civil Unit.

 

Lieutenant Tom Campbell

Lieutenant Tom Campbell began his career with the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office in 1993 in the Custody Division. While assigned to the jail Tom served as a Jail Training Officer, a CERT team member, and later as CERT team leader. During this time Tom was also selected to become a member of the Search and Rescue Overhead Team. In 1999 Tom was transferred to Patrol where he served as a Field Training Officer and a member of the All Terrain Motorcycle Unit. In 2002 Tom was selected as the City Of Shasta Lake Peace Officer of the year.  In 2003 Tom transferred to the Major Crimes Unit where he investigated homicides and crimes against persons. In 2004 Tom was promoted to Sergeant and transferred back to Patrol. During his time as a patrol Sergeant, Tom served as the Field Training Program Coordinator and became a member of the Dive Team. In 2007 Tom was assigned as the Sergeant in charge of the Boating Safety Unit, the Search and Rescue Coordinator, and the Dive Team leader. In 2011 Tom was promoted to Lieutenant and is currently assigned to Office of Emergency Services.