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Adult Detention Facilities

At any given time, the Adult Detention Division is responsible for the care and custody of over 1,300 pre-trial, sentenced, and out-of-custody inmates.  In addition to meeting the physical needs of inmates in the facilities, there are other programs such as church services, counseling, library facilities, vocational and skills workshops, educational-and recreational programs available to the inmates.  Inmates may also be eligible for the Sheriff’s Work Furlough Program. This program allows inmates to serve out their sentence while still maintaining their regular employment, thereby contributing to their family’s financial needs.

To manage the inmate population, there are two major detention centers in the county:

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The Men's Jail: Located at 1115 H. Street in Modesto, it is the central booking facility for male inmates.  It also is the housing locale for high-risk males, and serves as temporary detention for adult males for court. The Public Safety Center: Located at Crows Landing and Hackett Roads south of Modesto, it is the site of multiple consolidated jails for minimum, medium and maximum-security male and female inmates.  The location also has other facilities including the Sheriff's offices and the Unit 1 & 2 detention facilities.  

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Philosophy
  1. The Stanislaus County Adult Detention Facilities were designed and constructed to provide the citizens of Stanislaus County with a safe and secure facility that either complies with or exceeds the standards articulated by local, state, federal, and professional agencies.

  2. The operations of the Facilities will ensure that those remanded to our care are provided with safe, secure, and humane treatment consistent with applicable standards, laws and judicial decisions.

  3. Alternatives to incarceration will be utilized consistent with our responsibility to ensure public safety and protect inmate rights.

  4. Inmates will be classified to the least restrictive mode of housing with due consideration to the safety of the public, inmates, and staff.

  5. Essentials of human life, i.e., medical and mental health care, nutritious meals, recreation, clean environment, religious counseling, and education opportunity will be provided to all within our care where security permits.

  6. The continuity of family and community contact will be encouraged by appropriate policies governing visiting, telephone usage, volunteer involvement and mail.

  7. Staff will participate in the development and implementation of the Facility’s goals and objectives, policies, and procedures.

  8. The written document describing the Facility’s philosophy, goals, and policies will be updated as necessary and will be reviewed annually.

 
PREA Standard §115.22

It is the policy of the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department to maintain a zero-tolerance regarding inmate-on-inmate sexual assault, staff sexual abuse, sexual misconduct, and/or sexual harassment toward any inmate. Immediate action shall be taken to protect inmates who are reasonably believed to be subject to a substantial risk of imminent sexual abuse.

The Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department shall thoroughly investigate every allegation of sexual abuse and when warranted by evidence, impose relative sanctions up to and including criminal prosecution.

Retaliatory measures against employees or inmates who report incidents of sexual abuse shall not be tolerated by the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department and shall result in disciplinary action and/or criminal prosecution. Retaliatory measures include, but are not limited to, coercion, threats of punishment, or any other activities intended to discourage or prevent an employee or inmate from reporting the sexual abuse.

This policy applies to all inmates and persons employed by the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department, including volunteers and independent contractors.

 


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Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department
Adam Christianson, Sheriff-Coroner
250 E Hackett Road
Modesto CA 95358

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