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home 7700 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90003, USA
phone (323) 753-2222

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5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

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Los Angeles County Jail


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 18240
Inmate Capacity: 5874
Year Constructed: 1976
Full-Time Staff: 2330
Total Staff Salaries: $390,092,713

Phone:(213) 473-6100

Saturday, March 25th, 2017 at 9:02am
Seminal Leadership Speaker @simonsinek Takes #LASD to School! Thanks for the Awesome Discussion https://t.co/nkvfkALneM LASDHQ photo
Saturday, March 25th, 2017 at 4:39am
We’re hiring! #JOINLASD, make a difference. To learn more about the story behind this billboard, please visit https://t.co/CkIzfjGEjx https://t.co/7oGjay9Pqt LASDHQ photo
Saturday, March 25th, 2017 at 4:17am
Keep up the good work Julian, Hopefully the Deps at @INDLASD are teaching you some decent guitar riffs https://t.co/n2Yj2Coz3m https://t.co/smy02thDq9
Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 at 9:36am
Silver Alert #LASD Seeking the Public’s Help in Locating 74 year-old John Wayne of Kolb, Lancaster https://t.co/LtRHHAdgBM https://t.co/Qnic4Do5Xh LASDHQ photo

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

The Los Angeles Sheriff's Department is the largest sheriff's department in the world. In addition to specialized services, such as the Sheriff's Youth Foundation, International Liaison and Employee Support Services, the Department is divided into eleven divisions, each headed by a Division Chief.There are four patrol divisions (Central, East, North, and South), Custody Operations Division, Correctional Services Division, Detective Division, Court Services Division, Technical Services Division, Office of Homeland Security, Administrative Services Division, and Leadership and Training Division.
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Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department added 4 new photos.Saturday, March 25th, 2017 at 11:28am
#LASD Personnel Head to Vegas This Weekend to Participate in 120-mile Team Building Relay Race, Considered Super Bowl of Law Enforcement #B2V

This weekend, a small contingent of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department will travel to #LasVegas to take part in a law enforcement relay race that spans from Baker, California to Las Vegas, Nevada. This "Baker to Vegas" run is just that... a 20 leg relay race through the desert, joining together more that 250 law enforcement teams throughout the world. What originally started as a chummy rivalry between #LAPD and the LASD, the race has now extended to include law enforcement teams from as far as #Australia and Great Britain.

This camaraderie-building event is a chance for athletes of varying abilities throughout all law enforcement agencies to partake in a friendly competition that results in bragging rights to the winners. Though the top-competing teams may not consider this simply a "friendly" competition, the dedication, commitment and team-building mindset is common throughout.

Teams consist of 20 runners, each running a leg of the race ranging from 4 miles to 10.7 miles through desert and mountain terrain. They also have five alternate runners on standby, ready to take over should one of the runners get injured, plus a 15-member support team riding in vans alongside the runners.

This weekend's race starts on Saturday, March 25th at 08:00am.

To see real-time photos of the race, tune in to our Twitter feed starting Saturday, March 25th @LASDHQ


Good luck to all the teams and STAY SAFE!!!
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Los Angeles County Sheriff's DepartmentSaturday, March 25th, 2017 at 7:44am
#LASD Employee Wins American Academy of #Forensic Sciences Field Award

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is very proud of one of our own, Ms. Sandra R. Enslow, our Graphic Arts Coordinator and Lead Forensic Artist.

On February 18, 2017, Ms. Enslow was awarded the American Academy of Forensic Sciences Kenneth S. Field Award of Appreciation for Outstanding Service, at the American Academy of Forensic Science 69th Annual Scientific Meeting, held in New Orleans, Louisiana. The American Academy of Forensic Sciences is a multi-disciplinary professional organization that provides leadership to advance science and its application to the legal system.

After receiving the award Ms. Enslow said “It is my sixth year here at the Academy. I joined for my own personal growth and to represent my discipline on the national stage. 2016 was my fi¬rst year as Chair and I was recognized in New Orleans for the work I accomplished. I received the Kenneth S. Field Award of Appreciation for service to the AAFS staff this year. I was really honored.”

Ms. Sandra R. Enslow is a 23-year forensic art veteran of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. As Lead Forensic Artist and the Graphics Coordinator, she manages the Graphics Unit with one Publications Coordinator, at the Sheriff’s Information Bureau. She additionally manages, the Forensic Art Unit, with two forensic artists at the Homicide Bureau. Ms. Enslow lectures on forensic art to law enforcement organizations and schools, including the LASD Internal Criminal Homicide Investigation School and LASD Detective College. She is a Fellow with the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and presents there on Forensic Art and Imaging.

“I have the good fortune of working in a rewarding job with a truly top notch law enforcement agency – the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.” Ms. Enslow said. “I’m also very pleased to be a Fellow with the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, another great organization.”

We want to thank Sandra Enslow for all her hard work and dedication in helping to solve crimes and teaching others to do the same.

To learn more about the graphic arts unit for the LASD, please read http://homicide.latimes.com/post/sheriffs-department-graphic-artist-helps-put-face-suspects/ and visit: www.graphics.lasd.org
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Los Angeles County Sheriff's DepartmentFriday, March 24th, 2017 at 12:13pm
Did you know we’re hiring?
Yes its true! The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is looking for men and women who want to make a positive difference in the lives of Los Angeles County residents. Keep an eye out for our billboards to get a real-life glimpse at our deputies’ commitment to public safety in our communities.

#JoinLASD and wear our badge, with it come unlimited possibilities. The LASD Recruitment Unit has more info. visit www.lasdcareers.org, or Text “JOINLASD” TO 888777 to learn more.
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Los Angeles County Sheriff's DepartmentFriday, March 24th, 2017 at 9:47am
Dangerous Prank Alert- "Siri 108"

A social media prank encouraging iPhone users to enable the Ask Siri function on their phones by saying "Hey Siri 108" is going viral for all the wrong reasons.

This phrase is actually a life-saving feature of the phone, and when used as a joke for non-emergent situations, only results in tying up phone lines for emergency services.

The number 108 is actually the emergency services number in India, the equivallent of 911 in the U.S. Apple designed this function to be used as a universal safety across the globe, so that telling Siri any country’s emergency number will connect you to the service for where you are. You could ask Siri to call 911 if you’re visiting India and say "Hey Siri 911", it would connect you to India's 108 emergency line.

“This prank is already spreading among [iPhone users] and has the potential to dangerously tie up 911 phone systems preventing emergency calls from being answered quickly,” the Annapolis Police Department in Maryland said on Tuesday. “Don’t fall for this prank.”
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Los Angeles County Sheriff's DepartmentFriday, March 24th, 2017 at 8:07am
It's #TBT Time!!

Today's throwback Thursday is a sentimental one for our department. Deputies Jerry Ortiz (left) and Colin Orpe (now Sergeant) eating lunch on the hood of the car back in the days when #LASD's Gang Suppression Unit was called GET- the Gang Enforcement Team. The unit has been renamed OSS- Operation Safe Streets.

Deputy Jerry Ortiz was shot and killed after knocking on a door during an investigation.

Deputy Ortiz had gone to an apartment complex in the city of Hawaiian Gardens to question a woman about a shooting that had taken place the previous day. As he spoke to the woman at the door of the apartment, the suspect in the previous day's shooting appeared and shot him in the head. The man then fled into an apartment three doors away. Deputies found him hiding in a bathtub three hours later.

The suspect, who was on parole and had prior arrests for convictions for assault with a deadly weapon, resisting arrest, burglary, as well as for gun and drug crimes, was charged with first degree murder and faces the death penalty.

In April 2007 the suspect was found guilty of capital murder and sentenced to death.
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Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department added 5 new photos.Friday, March 24th, 2017 at 5:37am
The 73rd #LASD Semi Annual "World Serious" and the Sergeant Brian Wilson Memorial Tournament/Championship

The Sergeant Brian Wilson Softball tournament took place on March 17-19th at Cerritos Regional County Park in the city of #Cerritos. There were 17 teams in total that participated in this year's event. The tournament is held twice a year usually in Febuary and September but due to the rain, it was postponed to this past weekend.

According to Lieutenant Chris Brackpool (event coordinator) "Sergeant Brian Wilson had a love for the game of softball and was an all around athlete". It was a shock to the department when Seargant Wilson passed away in his sleep, at the young age of 38 years old, back in 1992. His last work assignment was out of Temple Sheriff's Station. It is an honor to continue a tradition that Wilson had such a passion for. The tournament brings unit/station pride, as well as #LASD camaraderie.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department would like to thank all those who participated in this event, as well as the family and friends who came out to support the players.

It was an exciting event and as usual each unit brought their competitive edge to the games. It's truly a treat to see how talented and athletic our employees are. Unfortunately, this year the final game was interrupted due to lack of time. So, this season's co champions were East Los Angeles Sheriff's Station and Twin Towers Correctional Facility Team A. Congratulations to these two teams and all your efforts.