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Old Sheriff & Badge painting SPreserving Our Department's History
You can help us preserve the Sheriff's Department's history by donating memorabilia, photographs, film or documents relating to our history. Call the Los Angeles Sheriffs’ Museum and arrange for the items to be picked up or deliver to the museum on a pre-arranged date. Print the attached donation form, complete & sign it. Include the form with your donation. Museum phone number (562) 946-7859 (Wed & Thurs) One time financial donation can be sent to: Sheriff’s Relief Association Museum Fund 218 11515 S. Colima Road Whittier, CA 90604
BUCK A MONTH Club SBuck A Month Club
You can help the Sheriffs' Museum preserve our Department's history by donating just one dollar a month. This can be done automatically through payroll deduction. By printing the attached form, completing & signing it and sending it to the museum, you can make a difference! If you are more passionate about preserving our Department's history you can donate $5, $10 or more. Make a difference! Print the form, complete it and mail it today!
Memorial photo with badge LASD Memorials SDeputy Mary Hurdle describes the night her husband, Deputy Didier Hurdle was killed
HallofJusticeReconstruction1-23-14Hall of Justice reduced from 14 floors to 12 floors
(26) Exterior Hall of Justice Reconstruction 1-23-14 by Chris Miller LASDHall of Justice Parking Structure
The cleaning of the exterior of the Hall of Justice has been completed so the nylon cover is being removed. To the right of the Hall of Justice is the new parking structure. The parking structure is 10 levels and will park 1,000 cars. It is 5 levels below ground and 5 levels above.
(105A) Hall of Justice Reconstruction 1-23-14 by Chris Miller LASDHall of Justice Windows
The exterior granite walls of the Hall of Justice have been cleaned during reconstruction of the building. Beneath the columns is a parapet that runs all the way around the building on the 10th floor. The Jail was located on 10th through 14th floors. The smaller windows were installed only on the jail floors to prevent escapes. The larger windows were installed on the non-secure floors below the 10th floor. The building was built in 1925 so it had no air conditioning. In order to cool down the interior of the building all of the windows could be opened. During reconstruction, air conditioning is being installed and the windows are being sealed shut to make the system more efficient.
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