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The Humboldt County Sheriff's Department provides law enforcement services for both residents and visitors to the area. To better protect the county which spans over 4,000 square miles, the Sheriff's Department operates four separate stations in order to provide more coverage and maintain a strong presence in the communities.
There are two main beats, Central and South. The central beat covers the unincorporated areas of Arcata (Fickle Hill and Bayside) and Eureka (Myrtletown, Cutten, Pine Hill, Samoa, Fairhaven) as well as the areas of Kneeland and Elk River.
The south beat services the unincorporated areas around Fortuna, Ferndale and Rio Dell, as well as the areas of Humboldt Hill, the South Spit/ Table Bluff area, Loleta, Hydesville, Scotia and Redcrest.
The Operations Bureau of the Humboldt County Sheriff's Department is comprised of seven units under the command of the sheriff's captain. Patrol is the most prominent unit. Patrol deputies responsible for responding to emergency calls for service, criminal investigations, and crime prevention by conducting neighborhood and beat patrols.
HUMBOLDT SHERIFF STATIONS
1608 Pickett Rd.
Sheriff's Deputies at the McKinleyville Station provide law enforcement services to residents of McKinleyville, Fieldbrook, Westhaven, Orick and all unincorporated areas north of Arcata. This station is staffed only during the hours of 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday.
Hoopa, CA 95546
The Hoopa Station is located on the Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation, 55 miles east of Eureka. This is the largest Indian reservation in California. The station is staffed by a sergeant, five deputies, a correctional officer and a Senior Legal Office assistant. Law enforcement services are provided to the northeastern part of Humboldt County, including Willow Creek, Hoopa, Orleans and Redwood Valley, as well as other unincorporated communities surrounding the area.
648 Locust St.
Garberville, CA 95542
This station is located on the southern end of Humboldt County. It is one of the top recreational areas of the county, with visitors enjoying boating, hiking, fishing, and access to redwood parks. Garberville is located one hour south of Eureka. Deputies at this station provide services to the communities of Garberville, Redway, Shelter Cove, Miranda, Phillipsville, Weott, Myers flatt and Alderpoint. The staff at this station includes one sergeant, five deputies, one resident deputy assigned to Shelter Cove, one correctional officer and a senior legal office assistant. The station is open from 8:0 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday.
The unit that serves out of the Eureka Station is comprised of one lieutenant, six sergeants, 21 deputy sheriffs, and one community services officer. They provide law enforcement services 24-hours a day to the unincorporated areas in Humboldt County from Arcata south to Redcrest.