The Yuma County Sheriff’s Office and its Victim’s Assistance Program in collaboration with the Rural Communities Resource Center (RCRC) will be hosting a “TAKE A STAND AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE” cell phone drive dubbed “Operation: Mobile Hope” throughout October. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and this is a great opportunity for our communities to show […]
Domestic violence is a crime that is often overlooked and misunderstood as compared to other crimes the public hears about. Many times, domestic violence incidents only make the news when a victim has been killed or seriously injured. Those headline grabbing incidents are only the tip of the iceberg in comparison to the total number […]
On September 18th the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office received multiple reports of stolen large round hay bales in the Kirk area. A total of 4 separate victims, all from the Kirk area, reported a total loss of approximately 40 hay bales worth over $2,000.
On 9/14/16 Sheriff Chad Day and Undersheriff Adam Wills presented the 2017 budget proposal to the Yuma County Board of Commissioners. Sheriff Day believes that posting this budget for public access is an important measure of transparency. He believes the public deserves to know what we’re requesting and why. You will quickly recognize that the […]