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    Merced County Jails

    Main Jail Facility
    Address: 700 W. 22nd Street, Merced, CA 95340, Phone: (209) 385-7410

    John Latorraca Correctional Facility
    Address: 2584 W. Sandy Mush Road, El Nido, CA 95317, Phone: (209) 385-7575

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Upon entering the program facility, each participant can expect these events: Individual assessment and treatment planning, Weekly cogitative behavioral therapy meetings, 6-10 hours of cognitive behavioral groups per week (i.e. employment readiness, cognitive skill, substance abuse, etc.), Referrals to community resources, Periodic evaluation of progress, Awards and affirmation for compliance. POLICY: It is the policy of The Merced County Sheriff’s Office Corrections Division to permit inmates to have visits with family, friends, and their attorneys or designee under conditions that are consistent with the security of the facility. Visiting Process: Any person, other than attorneys/investigators and official visitors, wishing to visit an inmate housed at a Merced County Correctional Facility will report to the Lobby Window to sign in for a visit at the times designated on the visiting schedule. Visitors will be processed In the order in which they arrive.

Merced County

The Merced River, also known as El Ro de Nuestra Seora de la Merced (River of Our Lady of Mercy), is where the county gets its name. It was given that name in 1806 by an expedition led by Gabriel Moraga, who had just finished a hot, dusty ride across the San Joaquin Valley on the El Camino Viejo in the Spanish colonial Las Californias Province.

Four Mexican land grants were issued in what would become Merced County between 1841 and 1844, while Alta California was a territory of independent Mexico: Rancho Orestimba y Las Garzas, Rancho Panoche de San Juan y Los Carrisolitos, Rancho San Luis Gonzaga, and Rancho Sanjon de Santa Rita.

From 1972 to 2012, Merced County supported the victor in every presidential election; in 2016, they supported Hillary Clinton. Barack Obama, a Democrat, earned the county's majority in both 2008 and 2012. George W. Bush, a Republican, won the county's majority in 2000 and again in 2004.

Merced County has historically served as a predictor of presidential elections. With the exception of 1956, 1968, and 2016, it has voted for the victor in every election since 1916. Merced County voted "Yes" in the 2021 California gubernatorial recall election despite a recent move to the left, even though it had supported Newsom by a margin of 4% in the 2018 California gubernatorial election.

Cities of Merced

There are 25 Towns and Cities located in Merced County, California, United States: Atwater*, Ballico, Bear Creek, Cressey, Delhi, Dos Palos*, Dos Palos Y, El Nido, Franklin, Gustine*, Hilmar-Irwin, Le Grand, Livingston*, Los Banos*, McSwain, Merced*, Planada, Santa Nella, Snelling, South Dos Palos, Stevinson, Tuttle, University of California-Merced, Volta, Winton

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,979 square miles, of which 1,935 square miles is land and 44 square miles (2.2%) is water.