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|Red Bluff City Net|
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Tehama County has a multitude of fire response possibilities. It alsohas hosted one of California's top ten sizeable fires in history. While mostfires are within the I-Zone, where residential and wildland zones meet, onboth sides of the valley in the foothills the scrub oak and manzanita canget very dry in the summer. Fire season typically lasts from June 1st toOctober 31st each year.
The new ECC Dispatch Center houses 3 dispatch/call taking points builtin with room to expand in the future if needed. The joint dispatch servesCalFire Tehama/Glenn Unit, Red Bluff City Fire, Hamilton City Fire, andSaint Elizabeth's Ambulances all on TGU Local Net. Aside from Corning CityFire which has their own very small dispatch, Tehama/Glenn ECC manages everyfire and medical related call in Tehama County. CalFire incidents will usea higher toned, 3 beep pre-alert while non-CalFire agencies are pre-alertedwith a lower toned 3 beeps.
TGU CalFire is responsible for the state land west of the KV power lines in Glenn County west of I5. They staff the Elk Creek Station and will send mutual aid into Mendocino Forest and vice versa, as well as calls as far south as Stonyford for mutual aid with Lake/Napa/Sonoma Unit. CalFire Butte Unit is responsible for the state land in far eastern Tehama County bording the Ishi Wilderness, all south of the Mill Creek canyon. All road access through that area is from Hwy32 and Cohasset Road, which is out of Chico. North of Mill Creek Canyon is accessed faster via Ponderosa Way out of Paynes Creek and Ponderosa Sky Ranch area of TGU. This area has been home to some major fires, one of the top ten in California history. Due to the remote access and very rough terrain, it is hard to get resources in quickly, and then establish anchor points. Any wind in the area, regardless of direction, is amplified by the ft deep canyons that have alignment both north-south and east-west, causing massive ridgetop turbulance, further spreading fire with ease.
|Shasta Trinity Forest|
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Tehama County has three National Forests bordering its east and west sides. Detailed radio info can be found here for the USFS.
Lassen Volcanic National Park sits in the far eastern upper corner of Tehama County. The primary repeater site for Tehama County coverage is Turner Mtn. Their radio system is hybrid Analog and Digital, and the radios are programmed to use either. This means you may hear one side of the conversation in analog, while the reply is in P25 digital. This can be annoying to analog-only scanner listeners. If you have a digital scanner, be sure to program the channels to decode both analog and digital. Each of the 4 repeaters are simulcasted so you only need to program one in order to hear the entire park.
CHP Red Bluff
|Redding Base (Red-1)|
Redding Mobile (Red-1)
|Redding Base (Red-2)|
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|UHF State Law Net|
Red Bluff CHP Office #36 serves all of Tehama County as well as the CottonwoodInspection Facility. The officers are dispatched out of the Redding CHP CommunicationsCenter, which serves Shasta, Tehama and Trinity Counties.
CHP is in a long-term transition over to an upgraded radio system. They are gaining additional channels, radio sites, and alleviating interference. Currently Redding CHP is still utilizing channel Red-1 for all radio traffic. When the new system comes online, they will be switching to the Red-2 and Blue-2 channels. In late , some Tehama County CHP radio sites activated their Red-2 channels and simulcasts whatever comes over RedCHP Dispatch always transmits on the Base frequency. CHP mobile resources will respond on the Mobile frequency. Mobiles will talk car-to-car on the Base frequency. For tactical use, aircraft support etc. they may switch over to the Blue channel. CHP UHF net is for other state agencies that CHP dispatches for, such as DMV inpsectors etc. Extendors will allow an officer on a handheld to talk back to their car on the extendor frequency, which then repeats it using the car's radio back to Dispatch.
Tehama County Sheriff Dept.
Listening to the County Sheriff is pretty easy. It is a 2 channel conventional radio system with nothing fancy added on. Currently an MDC system is in place shared I think between Corning and Red Bluff PD also. Plans are to link it between various northstate counties using homeland security grants. Mobiles can also TX on Red Bluff and Corning PD channels, and also chat with CHP units using their scanner to monitor CHP's lowband transmissions and vice-versa.
Unit numbering scheme is fairly simple, with a Rank-Badge number scheme.
Paul - Deputy Patrol
David - Detective
Sam - Sergeant
Lincoln - Lieutenant
Charles - Captain
units are Coronors
So Paul is a patrol deputy with badge number If is promoted, they will become David or Sam, etc. Boats are numbered according to whatever deputy is staffing it at the time. Marine patrol areas are upper and lower Sacramento River(split at the dam) and Black Butte Lake and are active during heavy water use.
Red Bluff Fire Dept.
|TGU Local Net|
Red Bluff City Net
|City Tac 1|
|City Tac 2|
Red Bluff City Fire is dispatched by Calfire Tehama/Glenn. They retaintheir old repeater for logistical needs. Red Bluff City and Calfireare in a very active mutual response agreement, sending resources across "theborder" in both directions as needed. Calcord and County Net are utilizedwhen medivac is needed on a freeway accident etc.
City responses have 2 layers, the On-Duty response and the Company Reserveresponse. Typically the city will have a Captain, 2 engineers and a reserveFF on duty at a time. If on-duty is tied up on multiple calls, a Companytone-out will request additional Reserves to cover the station. All freewayaccidents and all fire calls will be toned out with both On-Duty and CompanyReserve response.
Red Bluff Police Dept.
Red Bluff PD is another simple conventional radio system. At times, mobileswill talk simplex in the city and not go over the repeater, limiting thelisteners' ability to hear mobiles from outside the city limits. Most routineor secure traffic goes over their MDC system (shared with county) but there'splenty to hear over the radio also. Dispatch name is "Red Bluff." Mobilesare easily identified also. Sam units are sergeants, Lincoln units are Lieutenantsalthough you will rarely hear them on the air, Charles units are Commanders,again rarely heard unless something big is happening, David units are detectives units (without a prefix) are traffic officers. units are CommunityService Workers (animal control, meter reading, etc.)
Red Bluff City Police is an excellent department. They handle themselves wonderfully for the demographics they serve. The dept has the small town charm while still maintaining a "city" like attitude and keeping the trouble off the street. This feature of the dept helps shape how you hear them on the radio. They can have a touch of hometown and with their size, everybody knows just about everybody else. You'll hear a joke or two over the air at times.
Corning Police Dept.
Corning PD is fairly busy. However I don't monitor them often enough to learn the details of how they operate over the radio. Their squelch tail is pretty long, eleminating the need for the delay setting on your scanner for that channel. As I monitor them more I will have more info to share here.
Corning Fire Dept.
Corning City Fire is a small department that responds within the citylimits of Corning. They have their own dispatch center at the station, setaside from Corning PD, and CALFIRE. During Fire Season you may hear CorningEngine 9 responding mutual aid to fires just outside of the city limits is also the Glenn County Fire Dispatch (PL ) - just 9 milessouth of Corning. I'm not sure the reasoning behind using the same frequency.
Saint Elizabeth's Hospital
TGU Local Net
Saint Elizabeth's Community Hospital ("Saint Ez") in south Red Bluff isthe county's primary hospital. Ambulances are named "Red Bluff" or "Corning" dependingon where they are staged throughout the county. Typically one is at the hospital,one is staged mid-county and one is in Corning (south-county). For extremenorth calls, an ambulance from the Anderson area can respond and for southerncalls, Westside Ambulance out of Orland can respond. Seneca Ambulance outof Chester covers calls east of Morgan Summit on Hwy36 and all of Hwy Saint Ez will usually have a unit on standby on any large event at the fairgroundsalso, such as the rodeo, motorcross racing, etc.
Welcome to the Sheriff’s Communications Center… the hub of the Tehama County Sheriff’s Office. The communications center was renovated and remodeled in which provides four fully operational state of the art dispatch stations. The Sheriff’s Communication Center has a staff of eight full-time dispatchers and is supervised by a patrol sergeant.
The center is staff hours per day, seven days per week. The dispatchers work rotating hour shifts, and there are usually two dispatchers on duty at any time.
The communications center is responsible for answering seven emergency telephone lines; two 7-digit back up emergency telephone lines, 10 business telephone lines, and several other inter-department telephone lines. Cellular calls are currently answered by the California Highway Patrol Dispatch and must be transferred by them to the appropriate agency. Tehama County is in the process of transferring responsibility and will be receiving the cellular calls for the county in the near future. The communications center dispatches for Tehama County only. The cities of Red Bluff and Corning have their own dispatch centers.
The dispatchers are responsible for keeping track of all on-duty patrol deputies, detectives, sergeants, and other miscellaneous personnel who are on-duty. The dispatchers must also monitor Red Bluff Police Department, Corning Police Department, CAL Fire, and the California Highway Patrol to make sure they are aware of an incident that may carry over into the county or assist those agencies if needed. This includes monitoring the primary and secondary radio channels and 11 other monitored channels used by other agencies. The dispatchers use a CAD (Computer Aided Dispatch) system for tracking the units and calls for services. When a call for service is received, dispatch must enter the call in the computer and radio the appropriate deputy to respond to the incident. The dispatcher must check everyone involved in the call and make sure there are no alerts or dangers to the officers responding.
Dispatchers are also responsible for daily paperwork at the Tehama County Sheriff’s Office. Dispatchers enter and track countywide warrants, which includes entering warrants into the computers and state warrant systems, abstracting them to other counties or agencies when the person is arrested, and updating the warrants to show when they were served, recalled, or purged. Dispatchers run driver’s license queries, criminal history checks, and wanted person checks for the patrol units, other agencies, and for report purposes. Dispatchers will enter restraining orders into the computer system and keep track of the involved paperwork for the county. Dispatchers are also responsible for running paperwork for the county. Dispatchers are responsible for running paperwork for every intake into the Tehama County Jail, making sure each person has been booked completely, including driver’s license checks, wanted persons checks and criminal history.
On behalf of the members of the Red Bluff Police Department, I would like to welcome you to our Department web page. Our agency employs some of the finest sworn and civilian staff in law enforcement today; men and women who serve our community with pride and integrity each and every day. These personnel are devoted public servants who constantly strive to make Red Bluff a great place to live.
The Red Bluff Police Department is fully committed to providing a high level of quality service to the citizens of Red Bluff as well as those who visit our City. We believe in partnering with individuals and organizations to identify solutions to problems and embrace the concept established by Sir Robert Peel in that states, �the police are the public and the public are the police; the police being only members of the public who are paid to give full-time attention to duties which are incumbent on every citizen in the interests of community welfare and existence.� It is our desire to work with our citizenry to decrease the impacts of crime and to continually improve our community.
As you explore our website, I would encourage you to take a moment to examine our annual reports. These documents will provide a snapshot of our agency and some of the statistical data associated with our work. As you read through these pages, it will reflect a high level of activity and multitude of challenges as well as demonstrate the quality and professionalism of the members of the Red Bluff Police Department.
I would also suggest you look at the �Areas of Responsibility� section of our web page. Our city is divided into (5) areas of responsibility; each of which are overseen by a Patrol Sergeant. This section of the website includes an interactive map that identifies the jurisdictional boundaries of each area of responsibility and identifies which sergeant is responsible for each area. Feel free to email the sergeant who supervises the area in which you reside should you have questions or concerns about neighborhood issues or if you wish to learn more about programs such as Neighborhood Watch.
In these challenging times it is more important than ever for our officers and citizenry to build trust and rapport that can lead to a safer and better Red Bluff. Toward that end, please feel free to contact our agency to provide feedback or suggestions on how we can better serve you. And please feel free to look us up on Facebook by following this link https://www.facebook.com/rbpd.org.
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The following information is compiled from Red Bluff Police Department, Red Bluff Fire, Tehama County Sheriff’s Department, Corning Police Department, Corning Fire, Cal Fire and California Highway Patrol logs.
Meadowlark Lane: A German shepherd and two other dogs were killing goats around p.m. Thursday.
Trevino Court: A cat was bitten by a dog around noon Friday.
Baily Road: A woman was attacked by two German shepherds around a.m. Saturday.
Wiltsey Road: Two dogs were contained and taken to the shelter around a.m. Sunday.
Union Street: Two German shepherds were loose at Red Bluff High School near the back parking lot around p.m. Sunday.
Riverside Way: A woman was bitten by a dog near River Park around p.m. Sunday.
Derex Elijah Johnson: 55, of Oroville was arrested Thursday and charged with grand theft. No bail was set.
Jasen Michael Allen Lum: 50, of Red Bluff was arrested Thursday and charged with vandalism. No bail was set.
Paul Anthony Najar: 37, of Corning was arrested Thursday and charged with two counts of carrying a dirk or dagger. Bail was $25,
Erica Leah Nolen: 43, of Cottonwood was arrested Thursday and charged with criminal threats and possession of a firearm by a felon. Bail was $50,
Nicholas Ryan Ginn: 35, of Red Bluff was arrested Friday and charged with carrying a dirk or dagger, failure to appear, possession of a leaded cane or billy club and a special allegation of committing an offense while on bail. No bail was set.
Travis John Byrd: 35, of Anderson was arrested Saturday and charged with violation of probation. No bail was set.
Venessa Kay Jennings: 32, of Gerber was arrested Saturday and charged with burglary and grand theft of a firearm. Bail was $65,
Luis Enrique Loera Limon: 22, of Corning was arrested Saturday and charged with possession of a narcotic for sale, possession for sale of a controlled substance and transportation of a controlled substance. Bail was $25,
Salvador Juan Saldovar: 37, of Redding was arrested Friday and booked Saturday for evading a peace officer with wanton disregard for safety and false impersonation. Bail was $15,
Nicholas Ryan Troehler: 32, of Red Bluff was arrested Saturday and charged with cruelty to an elder dependent with great bodily injury or death likely and vandalism. Bail was $50,
Alton Steven Gragg: 38, of Redding was arrested Sunday and charged with possession of brass knuckles and pepper spray by a felon. No bail was set.
Garrett Ian Paulsen: 31, of Corning was arrested Sunday and charged with corporal injury to a spouse or cohabitant. Bail was $50,
Ryan Anthony Chase Sanchez: 25, of Vallejo was arrested Sunday and charged with receiving known stolen property and taking a vehicle without the owners consent. No bail was set.
Franklin Street: A woman was creating a disturbance around 6 a.m. Friday.
South Main Street: A disturbance was reported at Jiffy Lube around a.m. Friday.
Buckhorn Road near Newville Road: A drowning victim was reported around p.m. Friday at Black Butte Lake.
Franzel Road: An unknown person was banging on the door of a residence around a.m. Saturday.
Eagle Pass Recreation Area: Six people were stranded on a boat with a dead battery at Black Butte Lake around p.m. Saturday.
Cavalier Drive near D Street, Tehama: A bald man in jeans and no shirt driving a blue Dodge Dakota fled on foot and was floating down the river around 9 p.m. Saturday.
Mary Lane: A woman was jumping in front of traffic, throwing rocks and trying to cut her arm with a stick around p.m. Sunday.
Williams Avenue: A man punched the window to the front office of Motel 6 around p.m. Sunday. The man was wearing brown pants and a black shirt and had curly hair in a ponytail.
Reeds Creek Road near Wilder Road: A man in a blue shirt and jeans was walking in the middle of the road around a.m. Thursday.
Liberal Avenue near Orchard Avenue: A suspicious item, possibly a bomb, was reported around 9 p.m. Thursday.
Antelope Boulevard: Two card scanners were found on gas pumps at Valero around a.m. Friday.
99W near Gyle Road: A man was dancing on the right shoulder around a.m. Friday.
South Main Street: A man was carrying a rifle on his back as he walked behind Raleys around 10 a.m. Friday.
Viola Avenue near 99W: A green Ford Focus was reported abandoned in an orchard around 2 p.m. Friday with all the doors open, windows broken out and personl items all over the ground.
South Main Street: A campfire was seen on a hill near Flying A Trailer Park around a.m. Saturday.
Antelope Boulevard: A woman was throwing rocks on the ground around 10 a.m. Saturday near Red Bluff Gas.
Sycamore Street: A vehicle was parked at a car wash for hours and drug paraphernalia found nearby around p.m. Saturday.
Kaer Avenue: A woman reported someone banging on her back door around p.m. Saturday.
Orange Street: A man under the influence rang a doorbell repeatedly around p.m. Saturday.
Third Street near F Street, Tehama: A man in dark pants with no shirt was running north around p.m. Saturday.
Jefferson Street: A man with no shirt was standing on a lawn making unusual statements around noon Sunday.
Sale Lane: A man was struggling against the river without a flotation device around p.m. Sunday near the Red Bluff Diversion Dam.
Muledeer Drive: shots were reported around p.m. Sunday.
Vista Way: A light-colored convertible was shining its headlights into units at Meadow Vista Apartments around p.m. Sunday.
Samson Avenue: Extensive theft of jewelry was reported around 1 p.m. Thursday and a family member is a suspect.
Luther Road: A man in a tie-dye shirt and red hat tried to steal items from Walmart but was stopped by staff around 4 p.m. Friday.
Riverside Way: A motorcycle was reported stolen around p.m. Friday.
South Main Street: A man in a black jersey and black shorts stole shoes from Big 5 Sporting Goods before running toward the bowling alley around p.m. Friday.
Pine Street: A firearm and ammunition were reported stolen from a residence around p.m. Friday.
Washington Street: A security camera was reported stolen around a.m. Saturday.
Main Street: A rear license plate was reported stolen around a.m. Saturday.
Riverside Avenue: A house was reported broken into and a vehicle stolen around a.m. Sunday.
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