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 Public Records Act requests please email: PRASheriff

For all other questions please call:
(530) 245-6025

Email: Sheriff
Fax: (530) 245-6054
Address:
300 Park Marina Circle
Redding, CA 96001

Patrol

Division Commanders

Lieutenant Gene Randall

Lieutenant Tyler Thompson, Burney

Lieutenant Thomas Campbell, City of Shasta Lake

About Patrol Operations

Shasta County is a vast area with many small communities. Patrol Operations strives with limited resources to protect and serve each community and its Deputies are generally considered the backbone of the County Law Enforcement. The focus and commitment of Patrol Operations is protection of the public, the aggressive investigation of crime through diligent follow-up investigation, and providing outstanding service to the public. The area of responsibility encompasses approximately 3,700 square miles of unincorporated area of Shasta County and is bordered with mountain ranges on three sides of the county.

Patrol Operations is directed by a Lieutenant and is divided into two Patrol Stations and three Patrol Substations.

The main Patrol Operations station is located in Redding and serves the many communities located within the north end of the Sacramento Valley known locally as the Redding Basin.

The Burney Station serves the Intermountain Area including Burney, Fall River Mills, McArthur, and many other smaller intermountain communities. 

Main Redding Station

Lieutenant Gene Randall

2490 Radio Ln, Redding, CA
(530) 225-3700

Burney Intermountain Station

Lieutenant Tyler Thompson

20509 Shasta St, Burney, CA
(530) 245-6070 

Lakehead Substation

(530) 245-6540

Shingletown Substation

31185 Hwy 44, Shingletown, CA
(530) 245-6540

Automatic License Plate Reader (ALPR) Systems

The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office works in partnership with the Northern California Regional Intelligence Center (NCRIC) and Central Valley California High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (CVC HIDTA) to operate our Automatic License Plate Reader (ALPR) systems. The below links will take you to the policies for ALPR hosting and operating procedures.

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