Winters Police

 
Directions

702 Main Street
Winters, CA 95694

Winters, CA 95694

(530) 795-2261

(530) 795-4561

(530) 795-3921



Remember if you have an in progress emergency, please dial 911
 

If you need to report a crime that is no longer in progress, encountered a suspicious circumstance, would like to report a parking complaint, or need to contact an Officer regarding a case, please contact our 24 hour Police Dispatch Center at (530) 795-4561.


The City of Winters is patrolled 24 hours a day and our Patrol Officers have variable schedules. If you need to reach a specific Officer, please leave them a voicemail or send them an email and they will contact you as soon as they can.

For questions regarding Officer schedules, to request a livescan fingerprinting appointment, to request a copy of a report or for general questions please contact our business office by phone (530) 795-2261 or email at .

If you need to speak with the Officer on duty, please contact our 24 hour Dispatch Center at (530) 795-4561.

Outside Agency Resource

Empower Yolo Legal Advocate  is available by phone (530) 661-6336 or email at

The Legal Advocate can assist residents with coordination of Empower Yolo Services which include: twenty-four hour crisis intervention, emergency shelter, confidential counseling, training, legal assistance, and other services for individuals and families affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, human trafficking, and child abuse. Assistance is also available by appointment for restraining order clinics. Please call (530) 661-6336 for more information or to make an appointment.


Staff
Name Title Email Phone Additional Phone
Miller, John P. Chief of Police 530-795-2261  
Ramos, Albert Sergeant (530) 795-2261 x149  
Hermosillo, Jose Sergeant (530) 795-2261 x152  
Cardoza, Manuel Sergeant (530) 795-2261 x129  

Support Services 

702 Main St
Winters, CA 95694

Winters, CA 95694

(530) 795-2261

(530) 795-4561

(530) 795-3921



Records Division

The Records Division administers data entry of cases, citations, warrants, and subpoenas in addition to interfacing with the Department of Justice and dispersing copies of reports. Additionally this unit prepares and distributes crime prevention materials, maintains social media outreach, and staffs the front counter of the business office. Records is staffed Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, excluding weekends and holidays. For additional information, or questions regarding our full list of services, please contact the Records Division by phone at (530) 794-6720.

Property and Evidence

Property/Evidence division administers property and evidence collection, storage, and disposal. Property seized by the Police Department, is under the protection of the Police Department and released by appointment only. To make an appointment or for or questions regarding property, evidence or lost items please contact our Property/Evidence Division by phone at 530-794-6725.


Staff
Name Title Email Phone Additional Phone
Jimenez, Gail Administrative Coordinator (530) 795-2261 ext 120  
Gonzalez, Andrea Community Services Officer (530) 795-2261 ext 125  
Duenas, Shelly Community Services Officer (530) 795-2261 ext 123  

Patrol Staff 

702 Main St
Winters, CA 95694

Winters, CA 95694

(530) 795-2261

(530) 795-4561

(530) 795-3921



Patrol and Reserve Officers

Officers are assigned to a patrol shift under general supervision with the expressed goal of providing public assistance; answer calls related to traffic incidents and other emergencies; enforce laws and ordinances; maintain order; prevent crime; prepare reports on activities performed; testify and present evidence in court; provide backup assistance for other officers and personnel; collect, preserve, and maintain evidence, found property and property for safekeeping; serve warrants and subpoenas and performs other related activities as needed or required. Officers are required to complete follow-up investigations on their cases and investigate each incident thoroughly.

Reserve Officers are on call for emergency situations where additional manpower is necessary. In addition to emergency use, reserves can be used for general law enforcement duties, projects, and assistance with special programs. All duties can be performed on a day to day basis, or scheduled in advance.

Investigations

The investigations division conducts follow-up criminal investigations on crimes reported to the Police Department. Often, investigations are started by patrol officers who, after responding to a call for service, prepare a police report which requires follow-up investigation. Once assigned to conduct the follow-up, a Detective will review a case and conduct an investigation before an arrest is made or a case is closed. A Detective will often use additional specialized training and/or outside agency resources when conducting an investigation. Investigation staff will also provide backup assistance for other officers and personnel; collect, preserve, and maintain evidence; serve warrants and subpoenas and performs other related activities as needed or required.


Staff
Name Title Email Phone Additional Phone
Brown, Gordon Patrol Officer (530) 795-2261 ext 154  
Barajas, Victor Patrol Officer (530) 795-2261 Ext 153  
Letterman, Thomas Patrol Officer (530) 795-2261 ext 159  
Kenney, Brandon Patrol Officer (530) 795-2261 ext 292  
Cueto, Darion Patrol Officer (530) 795-2261 ext 151  
Sanchez, Jesse Patrol Officer (530) 795-2261 ext 121  
Vegas, Joseph Reserve Patrol Officer (530) 795-2261 ext 163