Despite county budget constraints that have reduced the number of Deputy Sheriffs serving our communities, and state-mandated criminal justice changes that have resulted in the release of hundreds of felons from state prisons, Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff has maintained the safety and security of county residents, reducing the County’s violent crime rate by 8.8% in 2017.
The Riverside County Sheriff ’s Department is the third largest in California, with 3,600 full-time staff and over 1,600 volunteers.
As Sheriff, Sniff oversees countywide patrol operations, jail operations, court security, coroner investigations, and manages an annual operating budget of nearly 700 million dollars.
Sheriff Sniff oversaw a drop in crime rate across Riverside County last year.
Quality Sheriff deputies and less bureaucracy.
Working with all county agencies to protect citizens.
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During the recent Riverside County Budget hearings that started on June 11th, 5th District Supervisor Marion Ashley specifically commended Sheriff Stan Sniff, on the record, for his exceptional fiscal management during the past few years of tough county fiscal challenges, as well as throughout the Sheriff’s tenure in meeting budget targets each year. The Sheriff was cited for running one of the biggest departments, and for having a close partnership with the County and kept its budget within the guidelines set forth by the Board of Supervisors.READ STORY
A year ago, Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff warned that the county’s proposed budget left him $50 million short of what was needed to adequately protect the public. It was a different story this week. Sniff says the budget for the fiscal year starting July 1 is “the best” he’s seen in recent years. And while there’s an $8 million gap between what Sniff requested and what he’s getting, it’s not insurmountable, he said.READ STORY
Unlike in prior years, when Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff fiercely protested the county’s public safety budget, he said he’s feeling “happy as a clam,” after the Board of Supervisors approved most of what he requested in this year's budget.READ STORY
On April 16 & 17 of this year, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department announced it had hosted a peer exchange program sponsored and coordinated by the United States Department of Justice (USDOJ) Office of Justice Programs, to assist the Rapid City Police Department and the Pennington County Sheriff’s Department from South Dakota.READ STORY
On April 9, 2018, Sheriff Stan Sniff promoted Correctional Lieutenant Edward Delgado to the rank of Correctional Captain for Riverside County. Correctional Captain Delgado will command the 1,100 inmate bed Cois M. Byrd Detention Center following the appointment of Correctional Captain Misha Graves to Correctional Chief Deputy.READ STORY
Sheriff Stan Sniff appointed Correctional Captain Misha Graves to the rank of Correctional Chief Deputy on April 9, 2018, in Riverside. She fills a vacancy created by an earlier executive retirement. Correctional Chief Misha Graves has 21 years of correctional experience. She joined the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department in 1997. She began her career as a Correctional Deputy working a variety of assignments while assigned to the Robert Presley Detention Center (RPDC).READ STORY
Sheriff Leads Off New Deputy Training - Sheriff Stan Sniff traveled to the Ben Clark Training Center (BCTC) in Riverside early Friday morning, March 23rd, on the first day of our 6-day new employee sworn orientation for our 14 graduates of the prior evening's Basic Class #203, plus our other recently sworn in pre-service deputies, and their family members.READ STORY
Sheriff Visits RSO Teams at B2V 2018 Start - Sheriff Stan Sniff traveled to Baker, CA to send off our RSO teams competing in the 2018 Baker To Vegas (B2V) Challenge Cup (law enforcement marathon relay race) from their staging/briefing command post, Saturday morning, March 17th.READ STORY