L.A.S.D. - One Team
A video showing the intense action of multiple Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputies as they patrol Los Angeles County from the sky to the streets. Spread across 25 Stations and over 4084 Square Miles, 10,000 Deputies work together to form 1 Team...The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. 10,000 Deputies...1 Team
Safe Drug Drop Off
Sheriff Baca, LA County Communities and Narconon join together to get drugs out of the medicine cabinet. If parents want to get rid of unused prescription drugs, what do they do with them?
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has a new fleet of 17 electric Mini Coopers. The petite cars will be used by volunteers on patrol, specialized units and for recruiting, spokesman Steve Whitmore said Monday.
FBI Most Wanted
FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitive was arrested in July 2009 for the attempted murder of Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputies Mike Schaap and David Timberlake. In Sept. 2000, Emigdio Preciado, Jr., a career criminal and member of a violent California street gang, opened fire on the deputies with an assault rifle. One of the 21 rounds struck Deputy Schaap in the head and critically injured him.
LASD Deputy Divers
Sheriff's deputy divers from the LASD-Emergency Services Detail prepare to raise wreckage from a May 18 mid-air collision to the surface. Deputies worked diligently with the U.S. Coast Guard and Los Angeles Port Police over several days to locate and recover the remains of the three victims of this tragedy on the ocean floor and bring closure to their families. The wreckage was found about 80 feet below the surface, and five miles south of the breakwater.
The Future of Crime Fighting
The Future of Crime Fighting is Here-- Advanced Surveillance and Protection Unit includes a highlight on Shotspotter technology reducing shootings
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