Imperial County Coroner Seeks Help Identifying John Doe
The Imperial County Sheriff's Coroner Office needs help identifying a John Doe found near Calexico. The Imperial County Coroner's Office needs help identifying a person who drowned near the city of Calexico, California. This person appears to be in his mid-teens to early-20's. He was found in a canal near the US-Mexico border and likely drowned after crossing the border illegally. If you have any information please contact the Imperial County Coroner's Office at (760) 339-6328 or email them at *protected email*
La Oficina del Forense del Condado de Imperial busca ayuda para identificar un John Doe
La Oficina del Forense del Condado de Imperial busca ayuda para identificar un John Doe La oficina del Forense del condado de Imperial necesita ayuda para identificar a esta persona que murio ahogada en la ciudad de Calexico, California. Esta persona probablemente esta en su adolescencia o a comienzos de los 20 años. El fue encontrado en un canal cerca del la frontera de Estados Unidos y Mexico y se ahogo despues de cruzar la frontera de manera indocumentada. Si usted tiene alguna información por favor pongase en contacto con la oficina del Forense del condado de Imperial al (760) 339-6328 o ...
Scam Alert! Callers posing as ICSO or Courts warning of warrants. A new scam is trying to take advantage of residents of Imperial County. A subject pretending to be from the Imperial County Superior Court or the Sheriff’s Office has called local residents explaining to them that they have a warrant for their arrest. Callers are being told they did not show up for required jury duty and they have to pay a fine to clear up a warrant that has been issued. They are then asked for personal information such as date of birth or Social Security Number to take care of ...
For 24 hour per day jail information call (760) 339-6367 For all inmate visits, you MUST arrive at least one hour prior to the time shown on the visiting hours schedule below. Click here to download the Jail Visiting Hours Schedule Click here to download important Jail Visitation Rules The Corrections Division staffs the two jails of the Imperial County Sheriff's Office. The Herbert Hughes Correctional Center (HHCC) was built in the early 1960's. It is a dormitory style housing jail, and has a total bed space of 324 males. In 1989, two 62 man dormitories and a multipurpose room were added to this ...
ICSO Mobile Apps
On May 15, 2013 Imperial County Sheriff Raymond Loera announced the release of two new mobile applications that will better serve the people of Imperial County. The Imperial County Sheriff’s Office (ICSO) has teamed up with Appriss Inc. to offer the VINEMobile and MobilePatrol applications free to anyone with an Apple iOS or Android powered phone or tablet. The new VINEMobile application is an extension of VINE (Victim Information Notification Everyday). This technology allows people who have been a victim of crime to electronically check on the custody status of their offender. A person must first register to be notified about any ...
The Imperial County Sheriff’s Office will utilize a new communications service, effective September 1, 2012 that allows us to send important, valuable community information directly to residents using the latest technology. The Nixle Community Information Service allows us to create and publish messages to be delivered to subscribed residents instantly via cell phone text message and/or email. Notifications can also be accessed online at Nixle’s web site at www.nixle.com. Messages may include areas to avoid because of ongoing safety concerns, road closures as well as other relevant safety and community event information. Sheriff Raymond Loera explained the motivation for using the new technology, ...
Deputies arrest El Centro man for burglary and auto theft. Deputies arrest two for forgery, theft and conspiracy in El Centro Holtville Man Arrested for Drugs, Stolen Property and More Deputies Arrest 2 for Copper Theft and Vandalism Sheriff's Deputy Arrested for Criminal Misconduct
Mission: The Imperial County Sheriff’s Office Off Highway Vehicle Enforcement Safety Team (O.H.V.E.S.T.) is committed to enhancing the safety and security of the residents and visitors to Imperial County’s OHV Recreational Areas. OHVEST is dedicated to providing a safe and enjoyable desert riding environment and insuring that the quality experience remains available for future generations. OHVEST provides law enforcement services to all public lands and OHV recreational areas within the County of Imperial. ISDRA Imperial Sand Dunes Recreational Area (Glamis/Buttercup) 159,072 Acres Superstition Mountains 13,000 Acres Plaster City 41,000 Acres Ocotillo Wells SVRA (State Vehicle Recreational Area) 85,000 Acres Heber Dunes SVRA (State Vehicle Recreational Area) 343 Acres Truckhaven 25,000 ...
The Imperial County Sheriff's Office has a long and storied history. For over 100 years, the Imperial County Sheriff's Office has protected and served the people of Imperial County. Click here to see how much has changed over the years. Unfortunately, sometimes the cost of protecting citizens has a huge cost. Over the years, some brave deputies have paid the ultimate price to defend the lives of others. Click here to see the Imperial County Fallen Officers Memorial page.
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