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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

Sunday, February 18th, 2018 at 11:49pm
#LASD Court Services Division wants to give a shout out to @HelpfulHonda for making their Valentine’s Day last week #actsofkindness #ValentinesDay😍👕🌹☺️ https://t.co/tKuFKHz6KV LASDHQ photo
Sunday, February 18th, 2018 at 8:20am
#LASD Lt. decided to celebrate her birthday by giving back to others less fortunate with a #RandomActsOfKindessDay. This afternoon, with the help of family and friends, she bought food to feed over 200 individuals. #HappyBirthday @URM @CourtsLASD

https://t.co/cG3AP241VA https://t.co/vZiBGJ00Lt
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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 DepartmentSunday, February 18th, 2018 at 4:28pm
Complete 3 Mug Runs and Get a Mug!!

#LASD Homicide Bureau hosted todays Mug Run, in the 2018 Mug Run Series. Every year, the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Athletic Association (LASAA) organizes and sponsors a series of ten 5K /10K running races called the LASAA Mug Run Series. The races are open to the public and proceeds from the races go to the various hosting LASD stations or units throughout Los Angeles County.

Homicide Bureau personnel recorded 162 participants that consisted of Sheriff’s Department members along with family and friends in today’s race. A Medal was awarded to the participant in each age category that finished with the best race time, and special medals were awarded to the fastest male and female in both the 5k and 10k races.

Today’s fastest time overall in the 10K race was 38:29 run by Deputy Antonio Arevalo from the Inmate Reception Center. While the fastest time overall in the 5K race was won by Raymond Wong, Personnel Administration Bureau, who came in with a time of 15:37.

All participants who complete three races in the series will be awarded a stylish glass mug.

If you would like to participate in the next Mug Run, please visit the following website https://www.itsyourrace.com/
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Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department added 9 new photos.Sunday, February 18th, 2018 at 3:40pm
#LASD Sheriff Jim McDonnell helps celebrate the Lunar New Year and the 119th Golden Dragon Parade

In celebrating over one hundred years of tradition, the Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Los Angeles presented today the 119th Annual Golden Dragon Parade. With thousands of individuals lining the parade route and thousands viewing the telecast each year, this colorful celebration along North Broadway in Chinatown has become the premiere cultural event in the Southern California Asian-American Community.

Since the mid-1980's, the Golden Dragon Parade has expanded to include almost two dozen floats, multiple marching bands, government officials, various dignitaries, entertainers, local business leaders and cultural groups. The parade theme emphasizes ethnic diversity, Chinese culture and exposure to Chinese-American businesses. The parade continues to be a rich and diverse experience for Angelenos of all ages and ethnicities.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and Sheriff Jim McDonnell were honored to be a part of this year's celebration.
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Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department added 3 photos and a video.Sunday, February 18th, 2018 at 3:21pm
Watch as our own #LASD Air Rescue 5 crew rescues two hikers hanging precariously from the side of Eaton Canyon, Angeles Forest, and airlifts them to safety.

If you’ve thought about doing a job where every day you make a difference in someone’s life, then #LASD is the career for you! One Badge. Unlimited Possibilities. Go to www.LASDCareers.org and start the process to making a difference in your community!
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Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department added 4 new photos.Sunday, February 18th, 2018 at 11:07am
Would you Celebrate Your Birthday Volunteering at the Union Rescue Mission? A Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Lieutenant Did!

Lieutenant Yvette Christopher, a 26 year member of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department assigned to Court Services Division, decided on her birthday to celebrate by serving food at the Union Rescue Mission in downtown Los Angeles in a random act of kindness.

Lieutenant Christopher, with her own money and out of the kindness of her heart, purchased pizzas, chips and water to feed over 200 people outside the Mission. She also got her family and friends involved to help pass out the food and drinks to those who lined up to get a slice. She said “I have been given a lot in my life, this time I decided to do something for others. I chose the Union Mission because I’m in downtown buying flowers and I am always seeing the people that are in need or asking for food, and I think it’s a terrible thing to be hungry.”

Happy Birthday Lieutenant Christopher!

The Union Rescue Mission has a long history in downtown Los Angeles. It has been there to help those facing the challenge of homelessness since 1891.

For more information, or if you would like to volunteer or donate, visit thewayhome@urm.org.
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Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department added 2 new photos.Sunday, February 18th, 2018 at 6:11am
Deputies find homeless mother, son in La Puente Park; first came a citation, next salvation

By BRIAN DAY | bday@scng.com | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Michael Rivas and his 72-year-old mother had been living on the streets for more than a year when Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies encountered them this week camped at a park in La Puente, surrounded by parts Rivas had been trying to rebuild into bicycles to help provide for himself and his mother.

By the day's end, with the help of the deputies and local business owners, Rivas was employed, he and his mother had a roof over their heads and Rivas is making strides toward recovery from the addiction that cost them their home and their livelihood in 2016, Lt. Pete Cacheiro said.

Cacheiro and Deputy Keith Holly of the the sheriff's La Puente Special Assignment Team approached Rivas, 32, and his mother and began talking to them about their situation, the lieutenant said.

They learned Rivas had become addicted to drugs, Cacheiro said. They cited him for possession of a pipe. But the encounter was far from over.

"Rivas admitted to his pitfalls and asked the team for help," Cacheiro said in a statement.

Rivas and his mother, Lucina Gallegos, used to live in Ventura County, he said. Because of Rivas' addiction to opiates and methamphetamine, they lost their jobs and their home, Cacheiro said. They've been on the streets ever since.
Gallegos tearfully relayed that it was difficult seeing her son struggle with addiction, but she would not abandon him.
She had come to the U.S. with her then-12-year-old son from Zacatecas, Mexico 20 years ago in search of a better life, he said.

Cacheiro said he and other deputies were moved by the story, as well as Rivas' earnest desire to recover from addiction and take care of his mother. So they teamed with a local church shelter and two local businessmen to try to help.
Alert Insulation owner Charlie Klinakis and Casa de Sanchez owner Francisco Sanchez immediately agreed to hire Rivas, according to Cacheiro. And a third possible job was in the works as of Friday.

"Rivas agreed to the conditions to continue with a drug rehabilitation program, not engage in drug usage, provide care for his elderly mother and become a productive citizen," Cacheiro said.

"He's very grateful. He acknowledges the fact that we're going to hold him to task," he added. "He gave us his word and his commitment."

Officials also made arrangements for the man and his mother to be housed at a local shelter until Rivas could afford to rent an apartment, which Cacheiro said he hoped to accomplish by the end of the month.

Rivas said he was grateful for the opportunities and determined to make the most of them. "They offered to help us," he said. "I have been messing up with the drug thing," Rivas said, adding that he's been clean for 1 1/2 months. "I'm trying to take care of my mom. I'm trying to get better. They're really helping me out."

"We just needed someone to give us a small hand why we're getting up on our feet," Rivas said.

La Puente Mayor Violeta Lewis said she was proud of the deputies and the community for their efforts and compassion and offering, "a hand up, not a handout." She joined Rivas and Gallegos for lunch on Friday.

"By working together, we have made an impact in the lives of these two individuals and provided hope for the future," she said. "We are making a difference in one life and one family at a time."

The La Puente Special Assignment Team successfully launched a similar effort three years ago, when they encountered a homeless man who was stranded on the West Coast while his family was on the East Coast, officials said.
Once again, they partnered with Sanchez, who provided the man employment for six or seven months before getting back on his feat and moving back east to rejoin his family.
Cacheiro commended the deputies and community members who banded together to help the family.

"Our team members are committed public servants with vision and always thinking outside the box," he said. "Today's law enforcement is a complex community issue wherein everyone needs to be involved. In protecting our communities, we need to address the homeless epidemic, and provide solutions to this problem.

"The Gallegos and Rivas contact made us realize how lucky we are, and brought this tragedy full circle. We are extremely appreciative of our local business owners who work with us hand-in-hand."
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Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department added 3 new photos.Saturday, February 17th, 2018 at 2:54pm
Military Ordnance Found in Backyard Shed of Palmdale, #LASD Arson & Explosives Detail Responds!

Shortly before noon today, Arson & Explosives Detail responded to the 2100 block of West Avenue M-12, in the city of Palmdale, after homeowners discovered military ordnance in their backyard shed.

Arson & Explosive Detail removed and transported the two possibly inert military ordnance shells to a separate location where they would be safely disposed.

LASD commends the homeowners for doing the right thing. They contacted their local Sheriff Station and allowed the experts, in this case Arson & Explosives Detail, to remove the items.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Arson & Explosive Detail responds to over 300 calls a year to render safe suspicious items or packages.

The mission of Arson and Explosive Detail is to provide the Los Angeles County, with experienced investigative personnel who are formally trained in the determination of the origin and cause of all fires, explosive ordnance, disposal capabilities, investigations, and many other emergency response services.

If you happened to come in contact with a suspicious package or item, please do not touch or move them. Move to a safe distance and contact your local police department immediately.
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