Del Mar racetrack: Police shoot man before concert
Sheriff's deputies shot a man who opened fire outside an Ice Cube concert venue after being told the show was sold out, according to the San Diego County, California, Sheriff's Department.The man had been trying to buy a ticket to the concert featuring the rapper Sunday at the Del Mar Fairgrounds in San Diego, the department said in a statement.
L . A . County Sheriff Jim McDonnell has created a task force of volunteer reserve deputies , paid only a year, to patrol areas served by the Industry Station, which has seen an increase in some types of crime . The department faces a shortage of at least 600 deputies . [Source: www.latimes.com]
The Sheriff ` s Office Reserve Deputy Sheriff program increases citizen involvement in law enforcement by their participation in Sheriff ` s Office activities. To become a Reserve Deputy Sheriff , you must submit an application. The minimum qualifications to become a Reserve are the same as a
They carry guns, make arrests, and wear shiny, star-shaped badges.
But these Los Angeles County Sheriff’s reserve deputies are paid virtually nothing, accepting a paycheck of just a dollar a year.
Now some of the volunteers will be part of a new task force of reserve impact teams to bring down crime in the eastern part of the county served by the Industry Station, Sheriff Jim McDonnell announced Friday.
The crew of up to 15 part-time officers will focus on burglaries, robberies and vehicle theft, and will assist other deputies with traffic violations, serving warrants and writing reports, McDonnell said. The boost will address a slight rise in crime in the area, he said.
Suspect arrested in connection with sheriff's father's death
Authorities say an Arkansas man has been arrested in Tennessee in connection with the slaying of the father of an Oklahoma sheriff. Sequoyah County, Oklahoma, Sheriff Larry Lane says 44-year-old Ricky Rainwater of Fort Smith was arrested Monday in Memphis and jailed pending extradition to Oklahoma.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff ' s Department (LASD), officially the County of Los Angeles Sheriff ' s Department, is the nation's largest sheriff ' s department, with approximately 18,000 employees.
The Seminole County Sheriff ' s Office is committed to a diverse workforce, is a drug Volunteering . Volunteers serve as a valuable resource who assist Sheriff ' s Office employees in providing Reserve deputies also assist with large scale and special events. Interns Interns are student volunteers
Members of the group will serve at least 20 hours a month and are mainly expected to provide visibility, deterring crime by driving a patrol car and being seen.
“The reserve impact team is one of several strategies our East Patrol division is deploying for exactly that: impact,” McDonnell said.
On its first mission last month, a reserve impact team patrolled residential areas to deter burglary near the Temple Station, which serves the San Gabriel Valley. During that time, the station did not report any burglaries, robberies, assaults or vehicle thefts, McDonnell said.
The Sheriff’s Department has long kept a cadre of volunteer reserve deputies, many of whom work full time in unrelated fields.
Many of the 600 reserve deputies in the department have attended patrol school and do the same police work as regular officers, including writing reports and testifying in court.
Missouri sheriff's deputy dies when flooding sweeps away car
Authorities say a Missouri sheriff's deputy has died after his patrol car was swept away by floodwaters. The Springfield News-Leader reports that 35-year-old Greene County Deputy Aaron Paul Roberts had just returned to service following a 911 hang-up call Friday night when he radioed that his car had been washed off the road into the Pomme de Terre River in Fair Grove. Sheriff Jim Arnott says Roberts' body was found inside the car a short time later. The National Weather Service in Springfield reports that there was heavy rainfall and flooding in low-lying areas in that region Friday night.Roberts had worked for the Greene County Sheriff's Office for about a year.
The Linn County Sheriff ’ s Office provides patrol services, detectives, corrections services, civil services, 9-1-1 emergency services, and emergency Linn County ’s western and eastern boarders are defined by the Willamette River, and the Cascade Mountain Range. Linn County ’s estimated
The History of the Los Angeles County Sheriff ' s Department began with its founding in 1850 as the first professional police force in the Los Angeles area. The Los Angeles County Sheriff ' s Department has become the seventh largest law enforcement agency in the United States.
Don Elshire, a trauma surgeon and member of the task force, said he enjoys being a reserve deputy so that he can give “compassionate service to our fellow man.”
Another reserve, Debbie Iketani, is on call 24/7 as part of the all-volunteer San Dimas Mountain Rescue team, and serves as a DUI instructor and drug recognition expert in addition to her day job.
“My passion is to take impaired drivers off the road,” said Iketani, a real estate agent, who came under fire and narrowly escaped injury last year while on reserve duty.
Their fellow reserve deputies include a construction company owner, a chemical engineer, a governmental affairs director and the proprietor of a gas station.
The department has struggled to add deputies to its force of 9,400, but officials say the volunteer impact team has nothing to do with the chronic staff shortage.
The organization has 236 open deputy positions, though the actual number of vacancies is 600, with some of the spots left unfilled to meet savings targets and the rest expected to be filled by people now in the academy, said department spokeswoman Nicole Nishida.
“It’s a challenge nationally for recruitment, but we are actively recruiting ... both reserves and regular sworn deputy sheriffs,” said Chief Eric Parra, who heads the East Patrol Division.
“We’re very happy to have the reserves that have this type of background out there serving the community,” he said.
Sheriff's deputy dies after shooting in Rancho Cordova .
A Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department deputy died from gunshot wounds Monday after responding to a call in Rancho Cordova. Deputy Mark Stasyuk, 27, had been with the department for four and a half years, according to Sheriff Scott Jones. Stasyuk and another deputy responded to a call for service around 1:44 p.m. from employees at the Pep Boys near Folsom Boulevard and McGregor Drive, according to Sheriff's Department spokesman Shaun Hampton. When they arrived, a suspect shot at the deputies. Stasyuk was shot in the upper body, Jones said. The second deputy -- 28-year-old Julie Robertson -- was shot in the arm. She is expected to make a full recovery, Jones said. The shooting spanned two locations, starting at Pep Boys and then spilling over to a nearby parking lot west of the store. A bystander and the suspect were also struck by gunfire. Their conditions are unknown, officials said early Monday evening. Folsom Boulevard between Zinfandel Drive and Kilgore Road, Cordova Lane between Alandale Way and Folsom Boulevard, Alandale Way between Cordova Lane and Scotsman Way, and Le Ann Drive between Don Juan Drive and Cordova Lane are closed, according to Rancho Cordova police. Police asked drivers to use alternate routes. No other details have been released. Stay with KCRA for updates. READ MORE: Sheriff's deputy dies after shooting in Rancho Cordova CHECK OUT KCRA: Stay informed. Get the latest Modesto, Stockton and Sacramento news and weather from the KCRA news team.