Mariposa County Sheriff's Department

  • Agency: Mariposa County Sheriff's Department
  • Address: 5099 Old Hwy North, Mariposa, 95338 CA
  • Chief:
Phone: 209-966-3615
Fax: 209-742-5090

Mariposa County Sheriff's Department is located at 5099 Old Hwy North, Mariposa, 95338 CA. The Mariposa County Sheriff's Department phone number is 209-966-3615.

Mariposa County Sheriff's Department News

Sorry Moms and Dads! #TimeChange #FallBack

A huge thank you to everyone who came out and supported the Sheriff’s Management Association! It was a great community turnout for their first ever large event BBQ competition! 2 Guys Grillin’ was the overwhelming favorite of the judges! Thank you to Sheriff Mims from Fresno County, Sheriff Varney from Madera County, Sheriff Warnke from Merced County and our very own Sheriff Binnewies for judging the event! Thank you to the many vendors and food service providers who helped make this event such a success! If you didn’t make it out today, there is always next year!

Sheriff Binnewies in the roping machine!

The dunk tank is ready! Sgt. Charman is the first victim. #SorryNotSorryCharman

Come on out to the Mariposa Sheriff’s Management Association BBQ Competition! Today November 3rd at the Fairgrounds from 11am-6pm

What a great turn out yesterday at the annual Mariposa Safe Families Halloween Trunk-or-treat! Thank you to everyone who came out and visited with us!

Halloween Safety Tips Trick-or-treating should be one of the great adventures a child experiences on Halloween. We would like to provide a few tips for parents to help ensure the experience is also a safe one! - Never trick or treat without parents. - Always cross the street at corners. - Use traffic signals and crosswalks. - Never cross the street between parked cars. - Look left, right and left again when crossing and keep looking as you cross. - Beware of vehicles backing out of driveways. - Make eye contact with drivers before crossing in front of them. - Put cell phones and other electronic devices down while crossing the street. - Always walk on sidewalks or paths. If there are no sidewalks, walk facing traffic, the furthest to the left as possible. - Carry a flashlight or glow stick and/or wear reflective tape. - Never go into a stranger’s house or car. - Older children should trick or treat in groups and stay in familiar locations. - Plan your route and share it with your family We hope that you have a fun and safe Halloween!

This is an amazing organization. We get asked all the time during disasters how people can help, this is a great way to get involved!

Red Ribbon Week! Check out Deputy Boehm our School Resource Officer and Red Ribbon Man! #ILoveMyDrugFreeSelfie

Hey, that’s us!! #yourewelcome

Sheriff Binnewies is in Washington DC today as part of the Leadership Day for California, Alaska and Hawaii.

Come out and see us at the Car Show today at the fairgrounds. Come walk through the MRAP, learn all about it how we got it and what we use it for!

Deputy Crane located a skunk with a plastic cup stuck on it’s head last night while on patrol. He immediately notified Sergeant Charman who responded right away (as you can see from the video he never exited his car). Deputy Crane felt bad for the skunk but was obviously reluctant to approach it. Deputy Crane mustered the courage and after nearly 10 minutes of trying to use his baton to pull off the cup (as shown in the video), grabbed the cup with his bare hands and freed the skunk from it’s bonds! All in a nights work! #DeputyCraneDoesntStink #NewbieDuties #nightshift #MariposaSheriff #FreeTheSkunks #CupHead

Are you a backyard BBQer extraordinaire? Or do you and your friends like to stand around the grill and chit chat while turning the tri-tips? Or do you just have some amazing BBQ Skills you want to share with the world? Or are you a Law Enforcement agency/group that enjoys Q'in on your off time? Or do you just like competition and will do anything to win? if you answered YES to any of those question this event is for you! This event is open to anyone and everyone, teams, single entries, groups of friends, community groups, businesses, offices, etc. The entry fee is $100 for anyone BBQing and the event is FREE for anyone attending to sample food and shop the local vendor booths. For questions or to enter email or call Sergeant Jake Bobman at 209-966-3615

Photos from the flash flooding event from 10/3 More videos in the comments

Flash Flood Warning National Weather Service San Joaquin Valley CA 245 PM PDT WED OCT 3 2018 ...FLASH FLOOD EMERGENCY FOR the Ferguson Fire burn area... The National Weather Service in Hanford CA has issued a * Flash Flood Warning for... Central Mariposa County in central California... * Until 545 PM PDT. * At 239 PM PDT, local law enforcement reported 3 feet of mud across Highway 140 as well as downed trees along the highway. Debris flow is already occurring. * Some locations that will experience flooding include... El Portal. * Excessive rainfall over the burn scar will result in debris flow moving through the Merced River drainage. The debris flow can consist of rock, mud, vegetation and other loose materials. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... This is an extremely dangerous, life threatening situation. Avoid this area, find an alternate route.

Thank you MES!!!!

Flash Flood Warning National Weather Service San Joaquin Valley CA 121 PM PDT WED OCT 3 2018 The National Weather Service in Hanford CA has issued a * Flash Flood Warning for... Central Mariposa County Until 415 PM PDT. * At 115 PM PDT, Doppler radar indicated thunderstorms producing heavy rain across portions of the Ferguson Fire burn scar. Flash flooding with debris flows is expected to begin shortly. The debris flow can consist of rock, mud, vegetation and other loose materials. * Some locations that will experience flooding include... Yosemite National Park, Bootjack, El Portal, Jerseydale, Gin Flat and Crane Flat. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... Move away from recently burned areas. Life-threatening flooding of creeks, roads and normally dry arroyos is likely. The heavy rains will likely trigger rockslides, mudslides and debris flows in steep terrain, especially in and around these areas.