Lt. Yvette Borden
Lieutenant Yvette Borden began her law enforcement career in 1990. She graduated from high school in Willows in 1984, obtained her Associate’s Degree from Butte College in 1986, and graduated from the Butte Police Academy in 1989. After a short stint as a Correctional Officer with the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office, she came to Tehama County. Serving as a Deputy Sheriff in the jail and on patrol, she promoted to Detective in 1993. Working mainly child abuse and sex-related crimes, she was the first-ever female Detective in Tehama County.
In 2000, Yvette promoted to Sergeant, once again becoming the department’s first female to attain this rank. In her 8 years as a Sergeant, she held several assignments in the jail and on patrol. In June of 2007, she once again distinguished herself by becoming the department’s first female Lieutenant with her current area of responsibilities includes supervising the daily operations of the Main Jail, AB109 Day Reporting Center, Court Services and Transportation.
Lieutenant Borden lives in Red Bluff with her husband Dirk. In her off-duty time, Lieutenant Borden is an avid reader, enjoys quilting and NASCAR. She is also very active with her church.
|Jail Division||Contact Telephone Numbers|
|Main Jail / Jail Staff||(530) 529-7910|
|Administration: Captain Kain, Lieutenant Borden and Sergeant Jones||(530) 529-7718|
|Medical Staff||(530) 528-7613|
Jail Division Sergeants
Chad Gibson Court Division
Administrative Correctional Sergeant Lonni Jones
Correctional Sergeant Trevor Lindeman
Correctional Sergeant Steven
Tehama County Jail
The Tehama County Jail is located at 502 Oak Street (corner of Oak & Madison) in Red Bluff, California. It was built in 1974 with additions completed in 1994. The Main Jail has a capacity for 227 inmates and houses sentenced and pre-sentenced inmates.
The Main Jail is managed by Captain Kain. Supervisors include an Administrative CO Sergeant, four (4) CO Sergeants, a Cook Supervisor, and a Medical Supervisor. Other workers in the jail include Deputies, Correctional Officers, Sheriff Service Officers, Clerks, Cooks, and Nurses, Reserve Officers and S.T.A.R.S. Volunteers also add to the work force of the jail.
The Jail Division is the largest Division of the Tehama County Sheriff’s Office and comprises about half of the Sheriff Office’s personnel and budget. The Jail has the capacity to house 227 inmates.
The Jail Division includes the Main Jail, Transportation Unit, Medical Unit, and Food Services. For more information on these units, click on the appropriate icon.
Click here to view the Tehama County Sheriff’s Office Custody Manual.