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    San Benito County Detention Facility

    San Benito County Jail
    Address: 710 Flynn Road, Hollister, CA 95024 (831) 636-4060

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If a loved one is arrested in the San Benito County he or she will be booked into the San Benito County Sheriff's Jail. The Santa Benito Sheriff Department County Jail Facility consists of two maximum-security modules that house both male and female inmates. Female inmates are housed normally in two separate housing units.

San Benito County

A five-member elected Board of Supervisors with four-year terms in office supervises county administration. The last elected Marshal in California was in San Benito County until the position was abolished in 2010. There are still appointed marshals in Shasta and Trinity counties.

The San Benito County Sheriff oversees the jail system, provides court security, and serves as the county's coroner. It offers detective and patrol services for the county's unincorporated areas. The county seat of Hollister has a municipal police force.

The Mutsun subgroup of the Ohlone Native Americans lived in the San Benito County region prior to the advent of the first European settlers. During a brief exploration of the region in 1772, Father Juan Cresp gave a little river the name San Benito de Nursia (Saint Benedict), the patron saint of monasticism. Later, the basin encircling this river—the San Benito Valley—became the name of the county. The county eventually got its name from the Spanish translation of the saint's name.

San Benito County, which borders Santa Clara County, is frequently seen as a component of the San Francisco Bay Area, which it shares with that area. The Pajaro River, which runs from northern San Benito County into the Monterey Bay, and other governmental bodies like the Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments are two common ways in which the county is connected to the Monterey Bay Area. However, the San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara MSA and the San Jose-San Francisco-Oakland CSA, which the Census uses as a statistical definition of the San Francisco Bay Area, also contain the county.

Cities of San Benito

There are 4 Towns and Cities located in San Benito County, California, United States: Hollister Paicines San Juan Bautista Tres Pinos

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,390 square miles, of which 1,389 square miles is land and 1.8 square miles (0.1%) is water