Alameda County Sheriff's Office

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The Sheriff of Alameda County is responsible for a vast array of tasks and duties, including the following:

- Providing patrol and investigative services to the unincorporated areas of Alameda County

- Operating a County Jail (Santa Rita and Glenn E. Dyer)

- Providing security to the Consolidated Superior Courts

- Operating the Coroner's Bureau

- Operating a full service criminalistics la

The Sheriff of Alameda County is responsible for a vast array of tasks and duties, including the following:

- Providing patrol and investigative services to the unincorporated areas of Alameda County

- Operating a County Jail (Santa Rita and Glenn E. Dyer)

- Providing security to the Consolidated Superior Courts

- Operating the Coroner's Bureau

- Operating a full service criminalistics la

Operating as usual

Today, September 13, 2021, members of our K-9 Unit had the privilege of participating in the Openimg Ceremony for the 11...
09/14/2021

Today, September 13, 2021, members of our K-9 Unit had the privilege of participating in the Openimg Ceremony for the 11th Annual Fallen Heroes Golf and Tribute Event hosted by Police and Fire: The Fallen Heroes at the Diablo Country Club. The proceeds from this annual fundraising effort are used to provide support and services to families and agencies who have lost a peace officer or a firefighter in the performance of their duties.

Photo #1 (l-r): Sergeant C. DeLima and Deputies K. Gaudinier, E. Ramirez and C. Swalwell

#fallenheroes #ACSOCares #tribute #gonebutnevereverforgotten

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It was a great honor to have Sergeant J. Mitchell of our Eden Township Division invited to participate as a member of th...
09/13/2021

It was a great honor to have Sergeant J. Mitchell of our Eden Township Division invited to participate as a member of the honor guard at the Veterans of Foreign Wars 9/11 Memorial in Castro Valley this past weekend. The memorial included Taps and a 21-gun salute in remembrance of the lives lost 20-years ago on 9/11.

Sergeant Mitchell, who stepped up for our country and joined the United States Marine Corps on 9/11, also had the honor of meeting Mickey Ganitch, a disabled veteran who served 23-years in the United States Navy. Ganitch fought in WWII and is one of the few Pearl Harbor survivors remaining in America.

#neverforget #ACSOCares #heroes #20thanniversary #vfw

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It’s Senior Sunday! Adoption fees are waived each Sunday for senior pets at our East County Animal Shelter! We’d like to...
09/12/2021

It’s Senior Sunday! Adoption fees are waived each Sunday for senior pets at our East County Animal Shelter! We’d like to introduce you this week to our two sweet senior kitties, Kai and Mercedes!

KAI is a black and white Domestic Shorthair. She is an 11 year old spayed female. Kai was surrendered to us in June when her previous owner moved out of the country.

MERCEDES is a black Domestic Shorthair. She is estimated to be around 10 years old, and is also a spayed female. Mercedes was surrendered to us in June when her previous owner passed away.

Both girls are friendly, lower energy kitties who are looking for caring new homes where they can spend their golden years in comfort. They’ve both been vaccinated, will be micro-chipped, and have had recent bloodwork done courtesy of our friends at the Tri Valley Animal Rescue.

Meet Kai and Mercedes at our East County Animal Shelter, located at 4595 Gleason Drive in Dublin, CA. Our shelter is open daily from 11:30 am to 5:30 pm. Face coverings are required. We can be reached by phone at 925-803-7040 with any questions.

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09/11/2021

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Never Forget…#20years #neverforgetPatch: Daniel Roa, ACSO Graphic Designer
09/11/2021

Never Forget…

#20years #neverforget

Patch: Daniel Roa, ACSO Graphic Designer

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  Homicide Update The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance with a ho...
09/10/2021

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Homicide Update

The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance with a homicide investigation. On Monday, September 6, 2021, about 2:30pm, a motorist called 911 to report a possible dead body on Redwood Road at mile marker 2.95 in Castro Valley.

The body was located on the shoulder of Redwood Road at mile marker 2.95. Anyone who might have seen any suspicious behavior or vehicles in the area between noon and 2:30 pm is asked to contact Detective Erin Wilhelm, the case agent. Additionally, if you traveled Redwood Road between those hours and your vehicle or motorcycle is equipped with a video camera that information would be very helpful. You can remain anonymous by contacting the tip line.

Detective Wilhelm 510-875-5883
510-667-3628

Sgt. Ray Kelly
Public Information Officer
Alameda County Sheriff’s Office

Women Leaders in Law EnforcementCongratulations, Lieutenant C. Carone, on being published in American Jails, The Magazin...
09/09/2021

Women Leaders in Law Enforcement

Congratulations, Lieutenant C. Carone, on being published in American Jails, The Magazine of the American Jails Association. Lieutenant Carone's article, 'The 80/20 Business Rule: How It Can Be Applied to Corrections' identifies how 80% of outcomes (or outputs) result from 20% of your input. She relates it to a custodial environment and identifies how she applies the 80/20 principle in various aspects of her leadership as a criminal justice manager at the Santa Rita Jail.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CASTRO VALLEY, CA-  On Monday, September 6, 2021, about 2:30pm, the California Highway Patrol (CH...
09/07/2021

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

CASTRO VALLEY, CA- On Monday, September 6, 2021, about 2:30pm, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) responded to the area of rural Castro Valley, Redwood Road at mile marker 2.95, for a report of a person down near the roadway. Upon arrival, CHP found the victim deceased and the scene suspicious. CHP contacted the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office for further investigation. Deputies and detectives responded to the scene and noticed indicators of suspected foul play. Detectives initiated a suspicious death investigation. The victims identity is unknown and an autopsy is pending to determine a cause and manner of death. Anyone with information is asked to contact our office at 510 667-7721.

Sgt. Ray Kelly
Public Information Officer
Alameda County Sheriff’s Office

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

CASTRO VALLEY, CA- On Monday, September 6, 2021, about 2:30pm, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) responded to the area of rural Castro Valley, Redwood Road at mile marker 2.95, for a report of a person down near the roadway. Upon arrival, CHP found the victim deceased and the scene suspicious. CHP contacted the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office for further investigation. Deputies and detectives responded to the scene and noticed indicators of suspected foul play. Detectives initiated a suspicious death investigation. The victims identity is unknown and an autopsy is pending to determine a cause and manner of death. Anyone with information is asked to contact our office at 510 667-7721.

Sgt. Ray Kelly
Public Information Officer
Alameda County Sheriff’s Office

Newman Fall Festival ReturnsToday, our Alameda County Sheriff’s Mounted Posse paraded through the streets of Newman, CA,...
09/06/2021

Newman Fall Festival Returns

Today, our Alameda County Sheriff’s Mounted Posse paraded through the streets of Newman, CA, at the 50th Annual Newman Fall Festival. It was truly an experience filled with something for everyone!

#community #funtimes #bayarea #lawenforcement #deputysheriff #MountedPosse

Eden Township Division (ETD) Deputy of the Month Our ETD implemented a "Deputy of the Month Appreciation Program" in the...
09/02/2021

Eden Township Division (ETD) Deputy of the Month

Our ETD implemented a "Deputy of the Month Appreciation Program" in the month of August 2021. Deputy Sullivan, by consensus of his peers on A-Team, was nominated to receive the first award. Nominations from all four teams were reviewed. Deputy Sullivan was selected based on his outstanding work on a burglary case from July 2021.

You may recall our post on July 27, 2021, regarding Deputy Sullivan interrupting a burglary in progress at a Castro Valley Public Storage. Over $200,000 in stolen property was recovered, and two suspects were arrested on multiple charges as a result of Deputy Sullivan's proactive approach to policing. This all happened because Deputy Sullivan decided to conduct one more patrol check of the facility at the end of his shift due to an uptick in burglaries at Public Storage locations in our service area.

Congratulations, Deputy Sullivan! Your commitment to service and the diligence you put into the case resulted in the return of personal belongings to several community members of unincorporated Alameda County.

#ACSOCares #proactivepolicing #lawenforcement #bayarea #deputysheriff #DeputyoftheMonth #joinacso

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Congratulations and welcome to our new lateral (six) and POST graduate (five) hires! They were sworn in today at the Off...
09/02/2021

Congratulations and welcome to our new lateral (six) and POST graduate (five) hires! They were sworn in today at the Office of Emergency Services in Dublin.

#TaketheOath #TaketheOathAgain #WeAreHiring #joinacso #bayarea #lawenforcement

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Congratulations and welcome to our new lateral (six) and POST graduate (five) hires! They were sworn in today at the Office of Emergency Services in Dublin.

#TaketheOath #TaketheOathAgain #WeAreHiring #joinacso #bayarea #lawenforcement

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REUNITEDDeputy DeNardi, center left, worked at an after school daycare program prior to becoming a deputy. During his ti...
09/01/2021

REUNITED

Deputy DeNardi, center left, worked at an after school daycare program prior to becoming a deputy. During his time at the daycare, he developed a bond with 9-year old Manvir Guleria. When Manvir learned that Deputy DeNardi planned to leave the daycare to pursue a career in law enforcement, Manvir became enthralled with law enforcement officers. When Deputy DeNardi was hired, he eventually lost contact with Manvir. They had not been in touch for about two years, until a mutual friend recently informed Deputy DeNardi that young Manvir was battling cancer.

Deputy DeNardi was saddened by the news and wanted to pay a visit to Manvir to brighten his day. He solicited help from fellow Eden Township Division deputies assigned to our Crime Prevention Unit and patrol to surprise Manvir with some ACSO swag and a personal video game system. The team definitely brightened Manvir’s and his parents' day. Manvir's admiration for law enforcement officers was evident by the bright smile on his face. Manvir has been courageous in his battle with cancer. He is our hero!!

#ACSOCares #cancerwarrior #cancersucks #PrayersforManvir #deputysheriff #bayarea #lawenforcement

Photo #1: Manvir with (l-r) Deputies Sallam, DeNardi, Hammad, and C. Swalwell)

Our 1st Night Academy is working hard. They are starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel.#acsonightacademy #Ta...
08/30/2021

Our 1st Night Academy is working hard. They are starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel.

#acsonightacademy #TakeTheOath #lawenforcement #bayarea #police #deputysheriff
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Did you know that our East County Animal Shelter occasionally has outdoor, “barn” cats available to adopt? Barn or worki...
08/27/2021

Did you know that our East County Animal Shelter occasionally has outdoor, “barn” cats available to adopt? Barn or working cats are cats who are typically unsocialized to people, and are generally not accustomed to living indoors. They aren’t quite pets, but they do still need a safe place to call home where they will be provided with supervision, fresh water and food, and shelter from weather and predators. In exchange, they will help provide you with rodent control! If you have a ranch, workshop, or other property, preferably away from heavy traffic, and are interested in providing a home to a pair or trio of outdoor cats, please contact Animal Services Technician Ridad at 925-803-7040 for more information, and to be added to our waiting list.

Did you know that our East County Animal Shelter occasionally has outdoor, “barn” cats available to adopt? Barn or working cats are cats who are typically unsocialized to people, and are generally not accustomed to living indoors. They aren’t quite pets, but they do still need a safe place to call home where they will be provided with supervision, fresh water and food, and shelter from weather and predators. In exchange, they will help provide you with rodent control! If you have a ranch, workshop, or other property, preferably away from heavy traffic, and are interested in providing a home to a pair or trio of outdoor cats, please contact Animal Services Technician Ridad at 925-803-7040 for more information, and to be added to our waiting list.

08/27/2021
Night Academy 2

JOIN OUR NIGHT ACADEMY 2

Become a proud member of the law enforcement community, and sing the night away!

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626 Night Market - Bay Area (8/20 - 8/22)It’s back at the Alameda County Fairgrounds, and we couldn’t be more excited to...
08/21/2021

626 Night Market - Bay Area (8/20 - 8/22)

It’s back at the Alameda County Fairgrounds, and we couldn’t be more excited to be part of it. This iconic California festival features hundreds of foods, merchandise, crafts, arts, games, music, and entertainment. It’s good old fashioned family fun.

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9/11 Flight 93 commemorative patch designed by our very own graphic designer Daniel Roa

Need Help: This suspect attacked and attempted to r**e a woman in Castro Valley (Castro Valley Bl @ Mattox Rd) on August...
08/20/2021

Need Help: This suspect attacked and attempted to r**e a woman in Castro Valley (Castro Valley Bl @ Mattox Rd) on August 12th about 1:15am. He fled on foot from deputies after the assault. If you have info on his identity call 510 667-7721. You can remain anonymous.

Need Help: This suspect attacked and attempted to r**e a woman in Castro Valley (Castro Valley Bl @ Mattox Rd) on August 12th about 1:15am. He fled on foot from deputies after the assault. If you have info on his identity call 510 667-7721. You can remain anonymous.

Surround yourself with people who are going to lift you higher.This is what the ACSO Night Academy #1 recruits believe a...
08/19/2021

Surround yourself with people who are going to lift you higher.

This is what the ACSO Night Academy #1 recruits believe about their partners.

Be a part of something great! Sign up for the Night Academy #2 now.

Alameda County Sheriff’s Office website>Classes>Miscellaneous>POST Pellet B test /Night Academy 2

Cold Case Files
08/19/2021

Cold Case Files

Cold Case Files

Looking for the few brave people to join our ACSO Polar Plunge Team to help raise money for the Special Olympics Norther...
08/19/2021

Looking for the few brave people to join our ACSO Polar Plunge Team to help raise money for the Special Olympics Northern California

Looking for the few brave people to join our ACSO Polar Plunge Team to help raise money for the Special Olympics Northern California

Safe and SoundDeputy L. Mixon of our AC Transit Police Services Unit responded to a call for service from aboard an AC T...
08/16/2021

Safe and Sound

Deputy L. Mixon of our AC Transit Police Services Unit responded to a call for service from aboard an AC Transit bus to assist an elderly gentleman who was lost and could not remember where he lived. Through Deputy Mixon's quick response and actions, this gentleman's information was located. Deputy Mixon drove him home and safely returned him to his relieved caregiver.

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Safe and Sound

Deputy L. Mixon of our AC Transit Police Services Unit responded to a call for service from aboard an AC Transit bus to assist an elderly gentleman who was lost and could not remember where he lived. Through Deputy Mixon's quick response and actions, this gentleman's information was located. Deputy Mixon drove him home and safely returned him to his relieved caregiver.

#ACSOCares #happymonday #communitysupport #ACTransit #bayarea #lawenforcement #joinacso #wearehiring

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Santa Rita Jail
08/14/2021

Santa Rita Jail

Santa Rita Jail

A little over an hour ago ACSO deputies (Eden Township Division) responded to a report of a fire behind the 4300 block o...
08/13/2021

A little over an hour ago ACSO deputies (Eden Township Division) responded to a report of a fire behind the 4300 block of Veronica Way & the 4200 block of David St. near Crow Canyon Rd. Deputies helped evacuate residents as ACFD responded to establish containment. ACFD reports the fire is now contained with no structures damaged and no reported injuries. Great team work @CHPcastrovalley @alcofirefighter

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Dixie Fire Update We continue to rotate our staff in and out of Plumas County to provide support. We are proud to have m...
08/13/2021

Dixie Fire Update

We continue to rotate our staff in and out of Plumas County to provide support. We are proud to have men and women on our agency who never hesitate to go any and everywhere to help others in need.

#DixieFire #ACSOCares #firstresponders #communitysupport

Photo (l-r): Sergeant Culley and Deputies Hall, C. Swalwell, Croisant, and Palomino

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DSAL 4th Annual Back to School Backpack Drive
08/11/2021

DSAL 4th Annual Back to School Backpack Drive

DSAL 4th Annual Back to School Backpack Drive

Runaway Missing Child
08/10/2021

Runaway Missing Child

Runaway Missing Child

We had a chance to catch up with our AC Transit Police Services deputies working the C-Team midnight shift last night. S...
08/09/2021

We had a chance to catch up with our AC Transit Police Services deputies working the C-Team midnight shift last night. Saturday nights are generally quite busy with calls for service. Nonetheless, these deputies still found time to help a community member jump start her vehicle and hand out a few stickers along the way. Whether it’s a warm smile or helping someone across the street, it’s always nice to show up and see them representing the ACSO well.

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Photos: (1) - Deputy Guarda; (2-3) - Deputy Harris; and (3) - Deputy Lee

Community PartnershipsOn Saturday, our Eden Township Division partnered with the NAACP to host a backpack giveaway at th...
08/09/2021

Community Partnerships

On Saturday, our Eden Township Division partnered with the NAACP to host a backpack giveaway at the Eden Youth Center in Hayward. Families also had an opportunity to get vaccinated on site. Deputies (l-r) S. Howard, J. Mayfield, and J. Hammad spent the day setting up and facilitating games, activities and raffles. The kids got some pretty awesome prizes (skate board & helmet, instacamera, and Beats wireless ear buds) too!! It was a great day for all.

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1401 Lakeside Dr. Suite 1200
Oakland, CA
94612

General information

The agency's Chief Executive Officer is Sheriff Gregory J. Ahern, who is assisted in the operation of the agency by Undersheriff Richard T. Lucia, Assistant Sheriff's Brett Keteles and Casey Nice.

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm

Telephone

(510) 272-6878

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