Joshua Jackson

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Service Record

Butte County California Sheriff's Office

Rank Deputy
Dates of Service January 2000 - November 2005.[1]
Last Known Status Separated[2]

Yuba City California Police Department

Rank Officer
Dates of Service December 22, 2007[3] - February 22, 2021.[2]
Salary $77,032 (2018)[4]
Last Known Status Separated[2]
The agency refused to provide us with information on the nature of his separation, as it could be part of his personnel record which are exempt from release per state law.

Commendations

2011 Patrol Unit of the Year

In 2011, Jackson and the other members of the Patrol Division were honored as Unit of the Year.[5]

2012 Commendation

On September 12, 2012, Jackson and other officers received a Commendation for their participation in a hostage event at a retail store.[6]

2013 Achievement Ribbon

On September 11, 2013, Jackson received an Achievement Ribbon for working to reinstate a K9 program in the agency.[7]

2014 Achievement Ribbon

On July 9, 2014, Jackson and other officers received an Achievement Ribbon for planning and teaching a class on active shooters.[8]

2014 Police Fitness Ribbon

On November 20, 2014, Jackson and other officers received a Police Fitness Ribbon for "maintaining a high level of fitness".[8]

2015 Police Fitness Ribbon

On June 23, 2015, Jackson and other officers received a Police Fitness Ribbon for "maintaining a high level of fitness".[9]

2017 Life Saving Medal

On November 20, 2017, Jackson responded to a call about a mentally ill woman. The woman ran into traffic, and Jackson chased and tackled her. Jackson received a Life Saving Medal to reflect his "selflessness, professionalism, and dedication to his duty as a peace officer".[10]

2020 Police Fitness Ribbon

On July 31, 2020, Jackson and other officers received a Police Fitness Ribbon for "maintaining a high level of fitness".[11]

Incident Reports

2018 Death of Adam Smith

On December 13, 2018, a neighbor reported that Smith had come onto his property and threatened to kill him. Another neighbor reported hearing threats and gunshots. The SWAT team was called, and a search warrant was acquired to enter Smith's property. As the SWAT team approached Smith's house, he appeared in the woods and began firing at the officers. Seven officers, including Jackson, returned fire, killing Smith.[12]

Response Timeline

On July 1, 2019, the District Attorney concluded that the shooting was "an objectively reasonable use of force" and took no action against the officers.[12]

2020 Arrest of Gregory Gross

Response Timeline

On February 22, 2021, Jackson left the department.[13]

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Public Comments

References

  1. Josh Jackson, LinkedIn
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Lynzie Lowe, Vet files lawsuit against YCPD, The Appeal, 2022-01-05
  3. Annual Report, Yuba City Police Department, 2008-03
  4. Joshua Jackson W, City Of Yuba City, govSalaries
  5. Annual Report, Yuba City Police Department, 2011
  6. Annual Report, Yuba City Police Department, 2021-09-12
  7. Annual Report, Yuba City Police Department, 2013-09-11
  8. 8.0 8.1 Annual Report, Yuba City Police Department, 2014-11-20
  9. Annual Report, Yuba City Police Department, 2015-06-23
  10. Life Saving Medal, Yuba City Police Department, 2017-11-07
  11. Annual Report, Yuba City Police Department, 2020-07-31
  12. 12.0 12.1 Report, Yuba County District Attorney, 2019-07-01
  13. Lynzie Lowe, Vet files lawsuit against YCPD, The Appeal, 2022-01-05