Captain Danny Rabalais heads the Jail Division. Captain Rabalais began his law enforcement career in 1983, and came to Tehama County in 1992 after serving nine years with the Orange Police Department in Southern California.
In his current
assignment, Captain Rabalais is charged with administering the jail division,
transportation division, medical services division, and food services division.
Captain Rabalais is currently a board member for the Tehama County Police Activities League (PAL) and a member of Red Bluff Kiwanis.
In his off-duty time, he enjoys photography. Together, he and his wife, Dianne, have three children.
Lieutenant Borden lives in Red Bluff with her husband Dirk, and son. In her off-duty time, she volunteers at St. Elizabeth's Hospital. Lieutenant Borden is an avid reader, enjoys bowling, golfing and football. She is also very active with her church.
Jail Division Sergeants
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.
Jail is managed by Captain Rabalais. Supervisors include a Lieutenant, four (4)
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 includes the Main Jail, Transportation Unit, Medical Unit, and Food Services. For more information on these units, click on the appropriate icon.