|Medical Services Bureau Steps up To Make a Difference in Children’s Lives
Medical Services Bureau Steps up To Make a Difference in Children’s Lives
Its name is a reference to a law enforcement radio code: 999. It means, “Officer needs emergency help.” But, in this case,
|LA County Sheriff's Department received award for Telemedicine
AMD Global Telemedicine Awards LA County Sheriff’s Department for Excellence in Telemedicine
The AMD Global Telemedicine President’s Award for Telemedicine Excellence Recognizes Successful
|My Family Member Has Been Arrested: Medical Needs, What Do I Do?
A step-by-step guide to help families cope with the criminal justice system in Los Angeles County when a family member is arrested who has physical disorder, mental illness or requires medication.
|Medical Needs for Inmates
Inmates with Medical Issues
For general Inmate Information
(213) 473-6080 or 213-473-6100
For Inmates with Medical Issues
For Inmates with Mental Issues
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|Tattoo Removal Program Helps Offer Inmates a Clean Slate
Inmates in the custody of the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department have the opportunity to participate in a tattoo removal program. Tattoos were once considered permanent, but are now possible to rem
|LASD's inpatient treatment center is currently the largest CTC licensed facility
CTC License: The Departments inpatient treatment center is currently the largest CTC licensed facility anywhere within California and demonstrated Sheriff Bacas commitment to providing quality healt
|About Medical Services Bureau
The Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department Medical Services Bureau is the largest correctional medical services provider of its type in the world, and the second largest unit of command in the Los An
|Save Lives - Slow for the Cone Zone
Caltrans worker killed on freeway ramp is third to die in So Cal since May. Save Lives ... Slow for the Cone Zone
News Release - California Department of Transportation
Caltrans announced that R
|Homicides Decrease in LASD area. Overall 5 year crime decreases.
Homicides Decrease in LASD area. Overall crime increases in first 3 months of 2012 compared to 2011. Overall 5 year crime decreases.
Homicides Decrease slightly in LASD area compared to last year. Ov
|Prescription drugs worth millions to dealers
CNN video interview with LASD - Prescription drug abuse is the scourge of the nation and pills, like these Oxycontin tablets seized in Los Angeles, are scoring big bucks on the street.
By Parija Ka
|Job scams work when your not
Job scams work when your not ... Navigating the job market can be frustrating in these difficult economic times.
But unemployment can go from bad to worse when job hunters become the target of scamm
|Adulterated cocaine causing serious skin reactions
Doctors Warn of Potential Public Health Epidemic ... Adulterated Cocaine Causing Serious Skin Reactions With Up to 70 Percent Contaminated
ScienceDaily (June 21, 2011) — Doctors warned of a potential
Experts say 11% to 14% of drivers tested positive for drug use. The driver next to you may be impaired (NHTSA)
Drive defensively: The driver next to you may be impaired. Experts say 11% of drivers te
|Do not be a victim of phishing scams. Protect your identity.
Protect your personal information! The IRS does not initiate taxpayer communications through email. Click the hyperlink here for information from the Internal Revenue Service:
What is phishing?
|Traffic Safety and LASD Collision Reduction / Traffic Enforcement Program (NHTSA)
California Office of Traffic Safety, LASD Collision Reduction and Traffic Enforcement Program
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, motor vehicle crashes killed 41,821 indi
|Sheriff's Volunteers on Patrol
Sheriffs Volunteers on Patrol will conduct vacation checks of your residence when you leave town
Going on vacation? Want someone to help your family/friends to keep an eye on your home?
How criminals use hidden cameras, fake card slots and more to steal your money @ FBIPressOffice
From the FBI Press Office Taking a Trip to the ATM? Beware of Skimmers
Last fall, two brothers.
National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC) A public advertising campaign aimed at preventing Cyberbullying: http://www.ncpc.org/cyberbullying/ If you’re like most teenagers, you spend
|Anti-Gay Hate Crime Vandalism Under Investigation
Deputies went to the 44200 Block of 10th Street West, Lancaster, at 9:54AM, Sunday, June 26, 2011, in response to a vandalism call.
When they arrived, they found several pieces of anti-gay graffit
|What to do if you see a drunk driver
It happens every day. Drunk drivers get on the roads, endangering our friends and loved ones. Sometimes, we witness these drivers on the road, weaving in and out of lanes or traveling down a highway g
|Thursday, October 20th at 10:20 a.m. millions of people will participate in the 2011 Great California ShakeOut!
In 2010, more than 7.9 million Californians practiced Drop, Cover, and Hold On to practice how they will protect themselves during earthquakes, and increased their overall preparedness. Join us in 201
|If You See Something, Say Something - DHS
If You See Something, Say Something - DHS Secretary Napolitano Announces, IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING, Campaign Partnership with Los Angeles.
|FAA to Impose Civil Penalties for Pointing Lasers into Cockpits
The Federal Aviation Administration - FAA will begin to impose civil penalties against people who point a laser into the cockpit of an aircraft.
“This is another great tool for law enforcement to he
|12 Identity Theft Prevention Tips
Look for hyperlinks for more details and brochures you can print out and share
1. Identity theft starts with the misuse of your personal identifying information such as your name, Social Security n
|Small business owners urged to prepare in advance of emergency
Small business owners urged to prepare in advance of emergency. Up to 40% don’t reopen after disasters
FEMA, Red Cross & Ad Council launch new Ready Business PSA’s to urge small businesses to prepare