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

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LOS ANGELES COUNTY – CUSTODY SUPPORT SERVS Address

Los Angeles County Jail
450 BAUCHET STREET
LOS ANGELES, CA
90012

LOS ANGELES COUNTY – CUSTODY SUPPORT SERVS Statistics

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

Tuesday, July 25th, 2017 at 5:39am
UPDATE:Suspect in custody! Have a great day. #LASD @SEBLASD Assisting @AzusaPD w/ a Barricaded Suspect, 200 blk E. 9th St., #Azusa https://t.co/OGpmqmIPk9 LASDHQ photo
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Monday, July 24th, 2017 at 8:46am
#LASD assisting @lavernepd with road closures: Baseline Road/Oak Canyon Rd & Fruit Street/Baseline Rd, La Verne https://t.co/gAhCbJ5xws LASDHQ photo
Monday, July 24th, 2017 at 8:21am
#LASD San Dimas Station deps responding to a brush fire in La Verne. Please pull over to the right for all emergency vehicles. https://t.co/wimKxmbuSJ 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 9 new photos.Tuesday, July 25th, 2017 at 10:16am
Check out LASD’s Class 425 academy recruits on their first day of training! #joinLASD
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Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department added 2 new photos.Tuesday, July 25th, 2017 at 6:45am
#LASD SEB Assisting Azusa Police Department with a Barricaded Domestic Violence Suspect, 200 blk E. 9th St., #Azusa

DATE: Monday, July 24, 2017
TIME: 8:30 a.m.
LOCATION: 200 block East 9th Street, Azusa
UNIT: Special Enforcement Bureau (SEB)

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Special Enforcement Bureau (SEB) is responding to the 200 block of 9th Street, Azusa, to assist Azusa Police Department with a Domestic Violence barricaded suspect. The suspect, a male Hispanic adult, is possibly holding two juveniles hostages.

The surrounding homes have been evacuated by Azusa Police Department personnel for the safety of the residents.

The SEB Special Weapons Team has assumed command of the tactical response and the Crisis Negotiation Team is on scene to help bring the situation to a peaceful resolution.

Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to contact Azusa Police Department personnel at (626) 812-3200. If you prefer to provide information anonymously, you may call "Crime Stoppers" by dialing (800) 222-TIPS (8477), use your smartphone by downloading the “P3 Tips” Mobile APP, or “P3 Mobile” for the hearing impaired, on Google play or the App Store, or by using the website http://lacrimestoppers.org
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Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department shared Compton Sheriff's Station's post.Monday, July 24th, 2017 at 8:11am
The Compton YAL took at trip into 1800's era #Compton while visiting the Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum. They learned the history of the families that owned the land, they panned for gold and played games of the early 1800s. What a great museum and a great time to discover something new right next door!

#StraightIntoCompton #YouthEmpowerment #ComptonSheriffs #TheRealCompton
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Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department shared LASD Recruitment Unit's post.Sunday, July 23rd, 2017 at 6:32pm
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The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Video Production Unit, consisting of deputies and civilians, did an amazing job featuring our Homicide Bureau on our latest commercial airing now on AMC and FX Channel. One Badge. Unlimited Possibilities. LASDcareers.org 1-800-A-Deputy
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Los Angeles County Sheriff's DepartmentSunday, July 23rd, 2017 at 4:48am
No child should die this way! Please share this reminder with your friends: #HeatstrokeKills children!
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Los Angeles County Sheriff's DepartmentSunday, July 23rd, 2017 at 4:44am
Jim McDonnell's remarks as Team Kids Spirit Award Honoree: "Every kid is a leader!" #Hero4Kids vimeo.com/223468139
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Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department added 6 new photos.Saturday, July 22nd, 2017 at 3:37pm
#LASD Horses, Hounds and Bird Take Part in #LAPD’s Swing-A-Thon Event for Kids; #LASD Hooks Play Against #LAPD Centurions in 130th Anniversary Game in On-Going Baseball Rivalry

In willful prolongation of a good-natured sports rivalry, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Hooks baseball team engaged in the 130th annual game against the Los Angeles Police Department Centurions. The event was preluded by a fun-filled morning of sports play and learning for local kids, with plenty of flying, furry and pet-able law enforcement-related displays.

El Cariso Community Regional Park is one of 177 county parks, golf courses and special event venues throughout Los Angeles County which falls under the patrol jurisdiction of Parks Bureau, LASD. For greater coverage in these areas, the Mounted Enforcement Details provides equine support. Kiddies and parents got an opportunity to meet and pet Crixus and Hollywood, two magnificent horses which are part of this team. These horses don’t just provide a higher perspective for their riders, they are actual sworn law enforcement officers and partners for their deputy handlers. They undergo specialized training for noisy and crowded conditions so they can work well in crowd management and other stressful situations. To learn more about the Mounted Enforcement Detail, click to read: http://shq.lasdnews.net/pages/PageDetail.aspx?id=1713 or visit Parks B ureau on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/LASDParksBureau/

LASD County Services Countywide Detail K-9 handlers brought super-sniffer, Ox, the tracking/trailing Bloodhound to play at the Swing-A-Thon. Ox just turned two years old and came with his partner, Copper, a three-year-old female Bloodhound with the same training discipline. Both hounds are highly-trained and specialize in searching for suspects, missing persons and missing elderly persons with memory loss. They also provide some of the best handshakes around. The kiddies got to meet both dogs and pet some of the most lovable and hardworking members on our team. To read more about Ox and Copper, click to watch: https://www.facebook.com/JoinLASD/posts/1779049265644439

Another treat at the event was seeing a 5,000-pound, green and gold bird on the park lawn. Yes, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Aero Bureau pilots flew over to the park in their American Eurocopter 350B2, also known as an ‘A-Star’ for short, to patrol the area and offer a close-up view of a police helicopter. This helicopter is one of a fleet of 18 rotary and 3 fixed-wing airships which are used in air support for patrol and surveillance operations, and assisting in transportation and mountain rescues. To learn more about Aero Bureau, click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kF8eeEAfUMs

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Hooks baseball team was established in 2009 when the Department hosted the Western States Police and Fire Games, one of the largest multi-sport athletic events in the world involving law enforcement and fire service employees, in events ranging from angling to wrestling.

The Hooks have since have competed in numerous baseball competitions and charity events. Their mission is to promote camaraderie and physical fitness within the ranks of fellow personnel and other law enforcement agencies, and community outreach through various exhibition and charity baseball events. The 17 Hooks team members come together from Custody, Patrol, Detective, and Executive Divisions, of the ranks from deputy to lieutenant, to make a cohesive, fluid team.

The Hooks players were all about that base, geared up in their new uniforms, ready to play the greatest American game in the world. The annual, spirited match began with a traditional first pitch, co-thrown by LASD’s unit commander for Los Angeles City College, Captain Rod Armalin, and LAPD’s Chief Charlie Beck.

The professional peacemakers played 9 tough innings, with LAPD Centurions team taking the win with a final score of 7 to 6. Were there any bases stolen, you ask? No. They were appropriately confiscated.
Although the LASD Hooks lost and the LAPD Centurions won, the day was a win for everyone, because they enjoyed a summer afternoon playing ball in the park. Seeing the kids enjoy themselves on a summery afternoon and getting an opportunity to strengthen relationships with each other and within the communities we serve was the best part.


To learn more about the Swing-A-Thon event, click: http://www.lapdbaseballteam.com/