LASD CLEPP

Since it's inception in 1991, the nationally recognized Community/Law Enforcement Partnership Programs (CLEPP) Unit has been committed to bridging the gap between law enforcement and the community.

08/05/2021

We encourage the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors and the County of Los Angeles Chief Executive Office to work collaboratively with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department unions to encourage vaccinations.

Sheriff Alex Villanueva

We encourage the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors and the County of Los Angeles Chief Executive Office to work collaboratively with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department unions to encourage vaccinations.

Sheriff Alex Villanueva

07/16/2021

LOS ANGELES COUNTY HEALTH OFFICER ORDER MODIFICATION MASKING WHILE INDOORS

Forcing the vaccinated and those who already contracted COVID-19 to wear masks indoors is not backed by science and contradicts the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines.

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (DPH) has authority to enforce the order, but the underfunded/defunded Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department will not expend our limited resources and instead ask for voluntary compliance.

We encourage the DPH to work collaboratively with the Board of Supervisors and law enforcement to establishment mandates that are both achievable and supported by science.

Sheriff Alex Villanueva

https://lasd.org/la-county-health-officer-order-to-mask-while-indoors/

05/11/2021

President John F. Kennedy in a joint resolution with Congress, enacted #NationalPoliceWeek in 1962. This week we honor peace officers across the U.S.A. for their duty, service, sacrifice & commitment in enforcing laws across this nation, protecting & keeping communities safe.

03/25/2021

Wage theft can be perpetrated against employees at any income level. But Wage-theft victims are often some of the most marginalized @countyofLA residents. This should be treated as a criminal offense. @LASDHQ is going to do something about it.

Click on the link below to read Sheriff Alex Villanueva’s opinion on Wage Theft published by the Washington Post
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/03/23/wage-theft-often-targets-low-income-workers-heres-how-police-can-fight-it/

02/14/2021

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

Good morning,

To the residents of the County of Los Angeles, my newsletter is out a day early.

Please take a look at how @LASDHQ and I are staying connected with the communities we serve. It is my main priority to share with you the different things happening within the county.

Sheriff Alex Villanueva

https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/CALACOUNTY/bulletins/2c0a797

02/10/2021

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

LASD values transparency with the public by engaging in open and honest communication. Last year, members of the community were invited to participate in hands-on training with our Tactics and Survival unit to promote transparency during critical incidents. During these scenarios, veteran law enforcement instructors recreated high stress scenarios that Deputies experience on a regular basis. Community Members were confronted with several different scenarios including some when a mock firearm or other deadly weapon were produced.

During one scenario, a role player stumbled out of his residence while holding his head as if he was an injured victim. A second man exited the residence and approached the community members. Without any warning, he suddenly retrieved a handgun from his waistband and fired several rounds before they even had time to react and return fire.

In another scenario, a role player was sitting in the driver’s seat of his vehicle and lifted his leg to reveal a loaded handgun that he was sitting on. The training team pointed out this is one reason why, during traffic stops, Deputies will often direct members of the public to leave their hands on the steering wheel or in plain view.

Marquis Diamond, a community representative who attended the training program, shared his experience, “Working in the community, we get to see things from the social media side; and sometimes, like we just realized today, that’s not always what’s accurate. So coming to an event like this, it allows us to see the perception from the officer’s eyes. That way when we’re in our communities we get to let them know: let the facts come out first, before we make judgement on how this situation played out.”

LASD thanks the community members who took the time to participate in these training scenarios.

02/07/2021

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

Sheriff Villanueva reminds us not to host large Super Bowl events, socially distance, wear your masks, and don’t drink & drive!
🏈
#superbowlsunday #safetyfirst #covid19

02/02/2021

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

Dear County of Los Angeles residents, my 2nd newsletter is now out.

It is my pleasure to provide you a brief overview on how I as Sheriff, and @LASDHQ, get to partner with you, the community, on all exciting things occurring within the county.

Sheriff Alex Villanueva

https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/CALACOUNTY/bulletins/2baa35d

01/23/2021

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

Dear @Countyofla residents, welcome to my 1st newsletter. It is my pleasure to provide you a brief overview on how I as Sheriff, and @LASDHQ, get to partner with you, the community, on all the exciting things occurring within the county https://lasd.org/in-the-community-jan-15-2021/

12/31/2020

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department COVID-19 “Super-Spreader” Task Force has been fully mobilized & will be conducting multiple operations tonight all over County of Los Angeles. In LA County a person dies of #COVID every 10 minutes. Let’s save lives by staying home tonight!

During the month of December, 235 arrests were made, 7 illegal fi****ms were taken off the streets & 1 at-risk juvenile was rescued by @lasdhq personnel. I have made it clear that we will seek out & take law enforcement action against all "Super-Spreader" events in County of Los Angeles

#StayHealthyAtHome
#COVID19Enforcement

lasd.org 10/19/2020

Truth about LASD | Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

lasd.org October 16, 2020 On December 3, 2018, I was sworn into office on a promise to Reform, Rebuild, and Restore the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. After twenty-two months, one pandemic…

10/15/2020

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

COC CALLS FOR RESIGNATION… AGAIN!

Sheriff Villanueva has lawfully responded to all subpoenas from the COC, and has just recently met with the COC Chair to discuss building a better working relationship. A LASD captain, and a subject matter expert when requested, has attended every COC meeting. This meritless politically motivated attack is unsupported by real facts and remains a shameless repeat of the same spectacle played out on September 17, 2020. Despite this political theater, Sheriff Villanueva will continue being the most accessible and transparent sheriff in the history of Los Angeles County.

10/07/2020

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

#LASD is Asking for the Public’s Help Locating At-Risk Missing Person Fernando Suarez

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Missing Persons Unit investigators are asking for the public’s help locating At-Risk Missing Person Fernando Suarez. He is a 36 year-old male Hispanic who was last seen June 10, 2014 in Panorama City.

Fernando is 5’11” tall, 160lbs with brown hair, brown eyes and possible a beard.

Mr. Suarez suffers from Schizophrenia and is bipolar. His loved ones have not seen or heard from him. They are very concerned and asking for the public’s help.

Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's Missing Persons Unit at (323) 890-5500.

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 on Google play or the Apple App Store or by using the website http://lacrimestoppers.org

10/07/2020

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

Sheriff Villanueva Went LIVE on Social Media - 10/7/20 #FactsDoMatter

10/06/2020

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

MAX HUNTSMAN OMITS THE FACTS ONCE AGAIN

October 5, 2020

Today, I learned of the latest Office of Inspector General (OIG) report.

Conspicuously absent from the report is the fact the OIG had multiple opportunities to address the “Banditos” issue during the four years under my predecessor but chose to remain silent. This is because his job as a political appointee is to do whatever the Board instructs him to do. Mr. Huntsman now claims the past is the present, while willfully omitting all of the progress which has been made. His actions are purely politically driven and an attempt to undermine the reputation of the Department.

The report alleges investigators did not conduct a thorough investigation into the Kennedy Hall deputy on deputy fight. This is false. Both criminal and administrative investigations were conducted where investigators interviewed over 70 involved parties and witnesses in the case. In addition, this case was submitted to the District Attorney’s Justice System Integrity Division (JSID) for their review and their office concluded there was insufficient evidence to prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt.
The facts are that immediately after taking office, I relieved the East Los Angeles Station captain of his command, overhauled the entire leadership of the station, and transferred 36 personnel. In February of 2020, I became the first and only sheriff to successfully implement a policy specifically addressing employee groups which violate the rights of other employees or members of the public.

3-01/050.83. Employee Groups which Violate Rights of Other Employees or Members of the Public (http://pars.lasd.org/Viewer/Manuals/10008/Content/14944)

On August 13, 2020, at the conclusion of the Kennedy Hall fight between deputies investigation, I held a press conference to publish the results of the investigation for the public. Twenty-six deputies involved in that early morning fight were either suspended or terminated. As has become his pattern, Mr. Huntsman seems to have once again intentionally omitted facts which do not further his political agenda.
Please view our August 13, 2020, press conference:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XEg6Gzilpt4&feature=youtu.be

10/02/2020

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

A message from Sheriff Allex Villanueva:

As of this Tuesday September 29, 2020, the Board of Supervisors continued their campaign to defund the LASD. $105 million additional dollars are being diverted to support criminal offender programs such as the Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI) initiative. This is at the expense of patrol deputies who keep our families safe, detectives who investigate hundreds of cases, and custody resources that keep the community safe.⁣

Please read all the details at: https://lasd.org/county-continues-to-defund-law-enforcement/

09/23/2020

LASD Transit Services Bureau

11 year old Max Durfee and his 8 year old brother Carson decided this past weekend that they needed to do something to raise money to help the injured @lasdtransit Deputies that were attacked at a @metrolosangeles train station on Saturday 9/12.

They came up with a clever idea of making craft sodas and selling them on the corner near their home.
2 days and several hundred customers later, they had surpassed their $300. goal and sold over $1100. worth of product.

Today, with the news cameras from @knbc4 and @abc7la rolling, they presented their donation directly to @lacosheriff. A grateful and frankly taken aback Sheriff Villanueva humbly accepted the hard earned donation and praised the boys and their parents for their generosity and civic mindedness.

Keep it up boys. We have badges with your names on them someday!

#civicduty
#lasd
#defendthepolice
#weneverquit
#bettertogether
#communityengagement

09/16/2020

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

While our deputies are continuing to recover from being ambushed & shot multiple times Saturday night, the nation has truly shown how wonderful they are. It is heartwarming to receive letters/emails of support, cards, donations & flowers every day since the shooting.

Our recovering deputies, their loved ones & the entire #LASD family can’t thank you enough for showing us a tremendous amount of kindness.

09/13/2020

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

$100K REWARD OFFER in Manhunt for Suspect in Ambush Shooting of 2 LA Sheriff’s Deputies #Compton

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Homicide investigators are continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding the shooting of two LASD deputies. The incident was reported Saturday, September 12, 2020, at approximately 6:58 p.m., at the MLK Transit Center in Compton.

A lone gunman ambushed two of our deputies last night. The suspect approached the vehicle from behind and fired several rounds from his firearm at the deputies, striking them. The deputies sustained critical injuries.

The suspect is described as a male Black 28-30 years-old, wearing dark clothing. He was last seen northbound on Willowbrook Avenue in a black 4-door sedan.

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has authorized a $100,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect.

There is no additional information available at this time.

Sheriff Alex Villanueva said “We at the LASD would like to offer our sincerest appreciation for the overwhelming support being offered from all over the Nation. We also wish to thank the LA County Board of Supervisors for sponsoring the $100K reward for the arrest and conviction of this coward."

Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's Homicide Bureau at (323) 890-5500.

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 on Google play or the Apple App Store or by using the website http://lacrimestoppers.org

09/10/2020

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

***This is Homeless Court***

The 1st time people experiencing homelessness were able to appear in person to resolve Misdemeanor charges & Non-Traffic Infractions in an open location outside the courthouse to maintain social distancing precautions.

Providers were also offered a one-stop location for mental health counseling, substance abuse treatment & housing placement, without being transported to court or off-site to access services.

COVID-19 has disproportionately affected people experiencing homelessness & significantly increased the risk of exposure to transportation providers, community partners, attorneys, court staff and Judges.

LA County Sheriff Villanueva thanks everyone for participating!

#StrongerTogether #LASD #Homelessness #Judge #Court

09/09/2020

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

#LASD Seeking Public’s Help in Locating Missing Person, Oscar Leveringston, of #Lancaster

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Missing Persons Unit continues the search for missing person Oscar Lee Leveringston. He is an 81 year-old man who was last contacted on November 1, 2018 by telephone.

Oscar is described as 5’7” tall, 150lbs., brown eyes and brown hair.

Mr. Leveringston’s family is concerned for his well-being and asking for the public’s assistance in locating him.

Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's Missing Persons Unit, at (323) 890-5500.

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 on Google play or the Apple App Store or by using the website http://lacrimestoppers.org

09/08/2020

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

To those protesting at South LA Sheriff’s Station:

We support the community wanting to protest, to peacefully exercise their 1st Amendment rights. However, we are concerned there are individuals from outside of the community, and state, wanting to incite riots. Those individuals have already committed acts of vandalism, looting and assaults utilizing rocks, pipes and mortars.

Everyone’s public safety is our priority. If you are in the area, please be aware of your surroundings so that you are not hurt by those inciting violence.

#StaySafe

09/08/2020

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

Sheriff Villanueva discusses #BobcatFire update, response, resources, & law enforcement safety missions. @LACoFD

09/03/2020

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

Go Safely, California: September is Pedestrian Safety Month

September is Pedestrian Safety Month and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department will join law enforcement agencies across the state to educate the public on how to be safe when walking or driving.

While the COVID-19 pandemic and wildfire emergencies have had an impact on Californians, the safety of pedestrians remains a cause for concern.

Since 2009, the number of pedestrians killed or injured on California roads has increased dramatically, accounting for nearly 25% of all roadway deaths. A report released earlier this year by the Governors Highway Association (GHSA) projected that pedestrian deaths in 2019 reached the highest point in more than 30 years.

“More people are out walking, exercising and doing what they can to spend a little time outdoors after spending so much time inside staying at home,” Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Sergeant, Robert Hill said. “Looking out for one another is the least we can do during these difficult times.”

For the safety of everyone walking or driving, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department will have additional deputies on patrol throughout the month of September specifically looking for violations made by drivers and pedestrians that make roads unsafe.

These violations include speeding, illegal turns, failure to yield, not stopping for signs or signals, and pedestrians who do not cross in marked crosswalks or designated crossing areas.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department offers steps drivers and pedestrians can take to be safe:

Pedestrians
• Ditch the distractions. Keep your eyes up and phones down, especially when crossing the street.
• Always use marked crosswalks, preferably at stop signs or signals.
• Make eye contact and nod or wave at drivers. A quick nod or wave is an easy way to let a driver know you see them, and they see you.
• Be extra careful crossing streets or entering crosswalks at night when it is harder to see. Get in the habit of walking with a flashlight or wearing a reflective vest so it is easier for drivers to spot you.
• If you need to briefly walk into the street to maintain social distancing on sidewalks, remember to look both ways for cars.

Drivers
• Slow down on busy streets and at intersections.
• Avoid distractions, which includes cell phones, eating, using in-dash touch screens, or turning to talk to passengers.
• Be extra careful approaching crosswalks. Be prepared to stop for pedestrians. Stop prior to the crosswalk.
• Try to avoid blocking the crosswalk when making a right-hand turn.
• Have your headlights on and slow down at night when pedestrians are difficult to see.

Funding for this program is provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Website: http://www.lasd.org

LA Crime Stoppers: Partner to prevent or report crime by contacting your local Sheriff’s station. If you wish to remain anonymous, call “LA Crime Stoppers” by dialing 800-222-TIPS (8477), using your smartphone by downloading the “P3 MOBILE APP” on Google play or the App Store, or using the website http://lacrimestoppers.org

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