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|Lomita Detectives Seeking Identification of Burglary Suspect Caught on VideoDetectives from Lomita Station are seeking assistance from the public in identifying persons of interest related to a residential burglary which occurred in the 30600 block of Palos Verdes Drive East in Rancho Palos Verdes, between 1 pm and 2 pm on Saturday, July 16, 2016.
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|Lomita Detectives Seeking Identification of Burglary Suspect Caught on VideoOn April 6, 2016, at approximately 9:00AM, Lomita deputies responded to a residential burglary alarm call on the 6100 block of Arrowroot Lane in Rancho Palos Verdes. Updated information led deputies
|Lomita Sheriff's Station Recovers Stolen Property, Seeking Victims of Vehicle Burglaries and TheftsOn February 29, 2016, Scott Blubaugh, a resident of Torrance was arrested for possessing stolen property and vehicle burglary. He is also suspected of committing several vehicle burglaries throughout
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|ReservesReserve Deputy Sheriffs are utilized to supplement the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's law enforcement manpower. Like the Full-time Deputies, Reserve Deputies are professionally trained and duly sworn law enforcement personnel. Since Reserve Deputies have the same powers of arrest as Full-time Deputies they are required by law to meet the same hiring, background, medical and psychological standards as full-time Deputies.
Uniform Reserves are assigned to one of the many Sheriff's Department patrol stations and perform general law enforcement duties, including crime prevention, investigation, responding to calls, traffic control, and enforcement of laws.
Lomita Station offers a wide variety of activities, for reserves, which include:
• General Patrol
• Bicycle Patrol
• Off Road Patrol
• Beach Patrol
• Traffic Enforcement
• Mounted Posse
For additional information, please contact Sergeant Dave Rozas at (310) 891-3227 or firstname.lastname@example.org
|Mounted PosseThe Sheriff’s Mounted Posse has existed since the Department’s inception in 1850. Posse members support the Department by patrolling rural trails, shopping malls, and beaches. They represent the Sheriff’s Department in parades and at community functions. They participate in special events such as partnering with the Sheriff’s Youth Activities League to spend a day with disadvantaged youth educating them about horses. Most Posse members serve as Reserve Deputies. However, Equestrian Civilian Volunteers are also attached to each Posse Unit. They receive limited training and act as "eyes and ears," much the same as our Volunteers on Patrol. The Posse has been involved in a variety of activities during the past five years including participation in the Studio City Holiday Parade with Sheriff Baca and the Mule Days Parade in Bishop where they took first place in the color guard category. Most notably, reserve Deputy Nancy Fite, and her camel "Burt," participated in the Hollywood Christmas Parade along with other uniformed Posse members. Deputy Fite and "Deputy Burt" have been the subject of international media attention and are listed in the Guiness Book of World Records. If you are interested in joining the Lomita Station Mounted Posse, please contact Sergeant David Rozas at (310) 891-3227 or e-mail him at email@example.com
|Explorer ProgramWhat is Law Enforcement Exploring?
The Law Enforcement Explorer Program is a Sheriff's Department youth oriented program. It is affiliated with the special interest phase of the Boy Scouts of America. It's primary purpose 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. The program also provides the Sheriff's Department with additional human resources and it opens an important avenue of understanding with an energetic, concerned society of young people.
Since its inception in 1969, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's Law Enforcement Explorer Program has created new inroads of understanding between youth, law enforcement, and the community. Deputy Explorers are not just "talkers." They receive extensive training and then actively participate in community affairs and non-hazardous law enforcement activities.