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    Santa Barbara County Detention Facility

    Santa Barbara County Jail
    Address: 4436 Calle Real, Santa Barbara, CA 93110 Phone: (805) 681-4260

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The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office provides law enforcement for the unincorporated areas of Santa Barbara County, California, as well as several cities within the county. The cities that the Sheriff's Office provides police services for include Buellton, Carpinteria, Goleta and Solvang.

Santa Barbara County

The Santa Barbara County Sheriff oversees the county's jail operations, court security, and coroner services. By contract, it offers police and detective services to the county's rural areas and two cities. Santa Maria, Lompoc, and Santa Barbara City are incorporated municipalities within the county that each have their own municipal police forces. Carpinteria and Goleta are covered by the Sheriff's contract.

For people put on probation or housed at Santa Maria Juvenile Hall or Los Prietos Boys Camp, the Santa Barbara County Probation Department offers services. The current Chief Probation Officer is Tanja Heitman. The department was created in 1909 after the first probation laws in California were passed. As of 2015, 241 probation officers and juvenile institutions officials were monitoring 6,600 people and 1,350 juveniles after 106 years of service. Santa Maria, Santa Barbara, and Lompoc each have a probation office.

A Board of Supervisors comprised of five people oversees the County. The three-vote majority on the Board has alternated between the north and south over time. There are now two members from South County, two from North County, and one from Mid-County on the Board. To run the County government organization, the Board of Supervisors picks a County Executive Officer, who works at the Board's pleasure. A $757 million budget and 4296 personnel make up the County government. The County offers a range of services, including law enforcement and health care.

Native Americans first populated the Santa Barbara County region, which includes the Northern Channel Islands, at least 13,000 years ago. A fluted Clovis-like point discovered in the 1980s along the western Santa Barbara Coast and Arlington Springs Man's remains discovered on Santa Rosa Island in the 1960s are examples of Paleoindian artifacts that have been discovered. The Chumash tribe of Native Americans lived in the region for thousands of years; they were sophisticated hunters and gatherers who inhabited inner valleys and the coast. They left rock art in numerous areas, including Painted Cave.

Cities of Santa Barbara

There are 14 Towns and Cities located in Santa Barbara County, California, United States: Buellton Carpinteria Casmalia Goleta Guadalupe Lompoc Los Alamos Los Olivos New Cuyama Santa Barbara Santa Maria Santa Ynez Solvang Summerland

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 3,789 square miles, of which 2,735 square miles is land and 1,054 square miles (27.8%) is water.