Our Evidence/Property page covers what happens to unclaimed property.
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Contact Sheriff's Records Office, 530-889-7812. No information is available online .
Contact Placer County Courts online.
The Placer County Sheriff’s Office offers face to face (non-contact visits) at our Auburn Facility and for our Minimum Security inmates. Inmates, other than minimum security, housed at the South Placer Jail must conduct their visits through a video visiting kiosk. They may connect directly from their home computer for a fee, or they can use one of the kiosks available in the lobby of the South Placer Jail free of charge.
The Sheriff’s Office is unable to re-schedule court dates. This must be handled through the Placer County Trial Courts. It will be up to the courts whether or not to reschedule the court date. The courts number is 916-408-6000.
Restraining Orders are handled through the following Placer County Superior Court offices.
If the animal is found in an unincorporated area of Placer County (outside city/town) limits, you may call Placer County Animal Control at 530-886-5500, otherwise please contact your city's Animal Control.
The county does not regulate shooting on private property as long as you do the following:
The fish and game rule of shooting with 300 feet of any dwelling only applies to hunting, it has no bearing on target shooting. Contact the Sheriff's Office for more information.
You may handle this one of two ways. You may bring the ammunition to the front office of the Sheriff's Office Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Have the front desk request a deputy meet you and he will take possession of the ammunition and flares, or, you may call our dispatch center and have a deputy respond to your residence at your convenience. The dispatch center may be reached by calling 530-889-5375 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
View job information from our Human Resources page.
Learn about getting this permit on our Concealed Weapons Permits.
You can find that information on our Vehicle Release Information page.
Learn more about Megan's Law online.
Visit the Sheriff's Council website for more information.
Read more about cell phones on our Wireless Brochure (PDF).