Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's Volunteers
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Civilian Volunteers are dedicated to providing excellent service through relationships that build trust, create a safe environment, and enhance the quality of life in our communities within a "Tradition of Service".
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has long recognized the vast resources of experience and skills possessed by its' county residents and the surrounding communities. The purpose of volunteers is to tap into these skills to help the Sheriff's Department achieve its' goals in an effective and cost-efficient manner. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department views this as a means to assist those that reside in Los Angeles County by providing a service to their community.
Because the members of the Volunteer Program become additional eyes and ears for the Sheriff's Department, as well as representatives of City and County administration, it is imperative that they maintain an image of professionalism at all times which parallels the professionalism of the Department. Volunteers' appearance, demeanor, and professionalism must never be compromised while serving in this Program. Each volunteer has been handpicked with the highest confidence in their capabilities.
We invite you to call if you are uncertain about any aspects of the program. The Marina del Rey Sheriff's Station Volunteer Coordinator is Deputy Joseluis Tapia at (310) 410-7601