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In 2014 the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Volunteers save L.A. County $11,162,079.23! They volunteered a total of 450,993 hours performing various law enforcement support functions. Their duties include Volunteers on Patrol, Mounted Posse, CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) and administrative support functions.

These 3,532 volunteers come from all walks of life and all socio-economic levels. Many are retired while some are students and currently enrolled in local universities and community colleges. They maintain their outside full or part-time jobs while at the same time donating a minimum of 16 hours every month to the Sheriff's Department.. Many Volunteers put in much more than the minimum requirement

They have all successfully completed a Volunteer Orientation and or Volunteer on Patrol Academy and various other trainings, totaling hundreds of volunteer hours.

For additional information regarding the excellent work performed by these outstanding volunteers or to find out how to volunteer for the Sheriff's Department contact the Community Partnerships Bureau's Volunteer Program at 562-347-1080 or email

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Contact Information: CLEPP Office - 1-562-347-1070,

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