The Corrections Division oversees the operation of the 614 bed Butte County Jail and a number of community corrections programs. With an average daily population of 587 inmates, and annual bookings in excess of 13,000, the Butte County Jail is the largest county correctional facility north of Sacramento. Corrections Division staff supervise and care for inmates within the jail by providing for their safety, security, and basic needs. The Corrections Division includes a number of specialized working groups and units. These include inmate support services (e.g. chaplains and drug and alcohol abuse counselors), the Sheriff’s Road Crew, the Jail Medical Unit, the Gang Unit, the Classification Unit, the Inmate Transportation and Extradition Unit, and food preparation and laundry services.