Effective 6/19/2020, the following services are now being made available for "in person" contact at the Sheriff's Office:

  • All civil processes, except evictions and real property levies.
  • Report requests for the public are available via phone or at the records counter.
  • All CCW- initials requests, renewals and modifications will be online through Permitium, available on the Sheriff's Webpage.
    • CCW applicants will be contacted to schedule "in person" appointments.
    • Renewals/modifications will be processed and contacted with a time to pick up CCW.
  • Vehicle release requests will be handled at the records counter, as needed.
  • Registrants- these will be handled by "walk in" or by phone interview.
  • Live scan services are available to the public by appointment only. Services will be scheduled in one hour time slots to allow for proper cleaning procedures. Appointments to the general public are available on Tuesdays from 8-11AM and on Thursdays 1-4PM
  • In Person visiting is suspended once again at the Sutter County Jail in compliance with recommendations from the Board of State and Community Corrections. The public will be updated of additional changes as information becomes available.

Sutter Sheriff’s Office Participates in DEA Prescription Take-Back Program

Friday, May 20, 2011 9:00 AM

For Immediate Release:

Sutter County Sheriff’s Office joined with other California law enforcement agencies and community groups participated in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) Prescription Take-Back Program. This nationwide event was held on Saturday, April 30, 2011, and provided area residents the ability to dispose of unused and expired medications.

Sutter County Sheriff’s Office and its Yuba City collection site, Bank of Feather River, 855 Harter Parkway, brought in 343.5 pounds of unused medication. “Once again many citizens took the opportunity to clean out their medicine cabinets of these expired, unused and unwanted drugs,” stated DEA Special Agent in Charge Anthony D. Williams. The nationwide result was 188 tons of unwanted or expired prescription medications collected for safe and proper disposal. Statewide a total of 50,490 pounds were collected.

Studies show that a majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from the home medicine cabinet. In addition, many Americans do not know how to properly dispose of their unused medicine, often flushing them down the toilet or throwing them away – both potential safety and health hazards.

This event greatly reduced the potential for diversion, misuse or abuse.

Contact Person and Telephone Number:

Undersheriff Jeff Pierce
(530) 822-7307


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