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27050 Agoura Road, Agoura, CA 91301-5336- Phone: (818) 878-1808
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Suspect Arrested For Growing Marijuana in Agoura HillsLA County Sheriff Depuities discovered a marijuana grow in a residence located in Agoura Hills during a "Keep the peace" call.
Vehicle Thefts On The RiseIn the past few weeks, there has been a rise of vehicle thefts in the Lost Hills Station area. Community members are urged to lock their vehicles and be vigilant for any suspicious activity.
Suspected Car Burglars ArrestedOn the morning of Thursday, August 2, 2012, at approximately 5:20 a.m., Malibu/Lost Hills Station deputies responded to the 5300 block of Parkmor Road, Calabasas, regarding a possible burglary that had just occurred.
Suspects Arrested For Possession Of Counterfeit U.S. Currency In A Hotel In Agoura HillsOn Friday, August 3, 2012, at approximately 7:00 P.M., Malibu/Lost Hills Station Deputies responded to a local hotel in Agoura Hills, regarding a "Business Disturbance" call. While Inside the hotel room, Deputies observed a small amount of heroin and drug paraphernalia on a table inside the room. Additionally, Deputies observed paraphernalia which was consistent with material being used to produce counterfeit U.S. Currency and several unfinished U.S. Currency bills in the room.
City of Malibu Honors Those Who Saved A Kidnapped JuvenileAs a 17 year old female was driving to Malibu High School on June 12, 2012, at approximately 6:30 a.m., she was stopped at a red light on Pacific Coast Highway and Webb Way. A 28 year old transient male entered her vehicle and told her to drive.
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Reserve Forces BureauPart Time Deputy; Full-Time Hero. Reserve Deputies may work many different assignments within the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department such as Patrol, Search and Recue, Mounted Programs, etc.
Explorer ProgramThe Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department sponsors one of the largest Explorer Programs in the United States. There are presently 20 different Explorer Posts in the Sheriff's Department, and over 600 explorers. The primary purpose of the program is to provide, through actual experience, a means by which young men and women may determine if they would like to pursue a career in law enforcement.
Disaster Communication ServicesThe Los Angeles County Disaster Communications Service (DCS) is a volunteer organization administered by the Sheriff's Department for the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors operating as the Emergency Operations Board (EOB). The responsibility of DCS, as authorized under County Ordinance, is to provide volunteer disaster relief communication for the citizens of Los Angeles County. The DCS training and readiness program includes weekly radio drills and exercises, monthly management meetings, and actual deployments on major Departmental operations.
STTOPSTTOP is an innovative intervention program developed by the Lost Hills/Malibu Station of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, to educate young drivers and their parents.
LASD Recruitment and Job Opportunities ... Dual Track Career OpportunityLASD career will give you the opportunity to become an integral part of the community.
Multi-Agency Public Outreach Information - Storms, Incidents etcC.A.R.E. is a multi-agency public outreach program to disseminate information about potential storm impacts in the burned areas. For additional information, view the CARE website at for updates.
Los Angeles Regional Anonymous Crime Tip ProgramIncreasingly, members of our communities have requested a means to submit anonymous tips through text-enabled cell phones and via the web. Law enforcement agencies within Los Angeles County
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