Kern County Sheriff's Office now has 24-hour public access mailboxes
Mailboxes are to deliver documents after hours
Last Updated: 289 days ago
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. -
In an effort to try and improve services to the community, the Kern County Sheriff’s Office installed two mailboxes for 24-hour public access.
The Sheriff’s Office said they recognize that many of residents are unable to deliver important documents during normal business hours. Officials said these mailboxes will provide access to the public, allowing them to deliver documents after normal business hours and on weekends.
The mailboxes are for civil legal documents, personnel complaints, and general Sheriff’s Office correspondence.
The mailboxes will be checked Monday thru Friday and all documents will be routed to the appropriate section for handling.
The mailboxes are located at the Sheriff’s Office Headquarters Facility at 1350 Norris Road, in front of Building B and at the Central Receiving Facility lobby at 1415 Truxtun Avenue in Bakersfield.
Please do not place any time sensitive documents, CCW Applications, business license requests, currency, hazardous materials, or perishable items in the mailboxes.
For additional information regarding the appropriate use of the mailboxes, please contact Lieutenant Laura Lopez at 661-635-1312.
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