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    Kings County Detention Facility

    Kings County Jail
    Address: 1444 W. Lacey Blvd, Hanford, CA 93230 (559) 584-1431

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Before any towns existed within Kings County, a handful of pioneers called it home. The Landmark tree, a huge sycamore located on Lacey Boulevard near Avenue 18-3/4, stood as a beacon to guide early settlers over the otherwise barren valley floor. Cattlemen and gold miners initially settled along the Kings river; and farmers, storekeepers and oilmen later followed. In 1877, the tracks of the Southern Pacific Railroad brought additional growth and new arrivals from around the world. In 1893, local voters approved the formation of a new county when a portion of Northern Tulare county was divided to form Kings County. Today, Kings County combines its relation with it's colorful past history with a optimistic and enthusiastic vision for it's future.

Kings County

Keith Fagundes is the district attorney for Kings County. The prosecution of violations of California state and municipal laws and ordinances is the responsibility of the district attorney of each of the state's 58 counties. The County's only criminal prosecutor is the District Attorney. The Kings County District Attorney has civil and criminal investigative authority in addition to his or her prosecutorial responsibilities. The Bureau of Investigations is made up of sworn peace officers who are authorized to make arrests. Through federal, state, and local resources, victims of crime can also receive aid from the Kings County District Attorney's Victim-Witness Assistance Program.

Hanford (the county seat), Corcoran, Lemoore, and Avenal are the four city police departments in Kings County. David Robinson serves as the sheriff, coroner, and public administrator of Kings County. The Kings County Sheriff's Office oversees the running of the county jail, provides court security, and acts as the county's coroner. It offers detective and patrol services to the county's unincorporated areas.

The Tachi Yokuts tribe of Native Americans lived in the region for thousands of years. They still reside in the Santa Rosa Rancheria neighborhood. Spain, Mexico, and the United States all colonized it.

El Rio de los Santos Reyes (River of the Holy Kings), after the Three Wise Men of the Bible, was named during an expedition in 1805 that was reportedly headed by Spanish Army Lieutenant Gabriel Moraga. When California was annexed by the United States in 1848, the new administration altered the name of the river to Kings River, after which the county was named.

Cities of Kings

There are 7 Towns and Cities located in Kings County, California, United States: Armona Avenal Corcoran Hanford Kettleman City Lemoore Stratford

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,392 square miles, of which 1,389 square miles is land and 2.1 square miles (0.2%) is water.