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ODW Never 200Operation Dry WaterLos Angeles County Sheriff Deputies Ramping up for Operation Dry Water 2015. A concentrated effort to curb drinking and boating slated for June 26-28, 2015 in Marina del Rey, Castaic Lake and Pyramid Lake.
IMG 0156"COFFEE WITH A DEPUTY"The Marina del Rey Sheriff’s Station will be hosting “Coffee with a Deputy” at the Starbucks located at 4724 1/2 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey, CA 90292. This informal open forum will be held on Monday June 15th, 2015 between 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M. The topics discussed will be crime trends, public safety, and there will be an opportunity for residents to ask questions and address their concerns.
crimetriangleCRIME PREVENTION TIPSThe Marina del Rey Sheriff's station offers the following crime prevention tips: -BE ALERT - Know your neighbors and watch out for each other. - Report suspicious activities and crimes to the Sheriff’s Station. - KEEP YOUR GARAGE DOOR CLOSED WHEN NOT IN USE.
visit-marina-del-rey-logo-web-3-2X5Marina del Rey 50th Birthday Bash Los Angeles County Sheriff's Marina del Rey Captain Joseph H. Stephen, ‪Transit Policing Division Commander Reginald D. Gautt and LA County Board of Supervisor, District 4, Donald R. Knabe Celebrated ‪Marina del Rey 50th Birthday Bash and Marina Fest Boat Show at Burton Chace Park.
Patch of the Los Angeles County Sheriff`s DepartmentLASD is now hiring for Deputy Sheriff Trainee and lateral positionsFor applicants interested in the Deputy Sheriff Trainee, Deputy Sheriff Trainee – P.O.S.T. Trained and Deputy Sheriff – Lateral positions, please review the Dual Track Career Path Information & Brochure.
WZ1XdL.A. County lifeguard dies during training exerciseA 20-year Los Angeles County lifeguard veteran died Thursday morning during a training exercise in the Mira Costa High School pool. Brian Kutil, 42, was in the middle of a timed 500-meter swim, along with about 25 lifeguards as part of a yearly recertification course, when he began struggling. “The lifeguards on deck noticed that he was slowing down and he didn’t look right so they pulled him out of the water,” said Los Angeles County Lifeguard Section Chief Chris Linkletter. “At that point, he wasn’t breathing.” Despite life-saving efforts by lifeguards and the Manhattan Beach Fire Department, Kutil was pronounced dead at a local hospital at 7:01 a.m. The cause of death has not been released. “We don’t have any indications of what exactly happened, and we don’t have any indication that he’s had any prior medical issues,” Linkletter said. Kutil, an El Segundo native and graduate of El Segundo High School, worked as a deckhand on the lifeguard Baywatch rescue boats, covering the water from Malibu to San Pedro. “He was truly doing what he loved to do — being a lifeguard,” Linkletter said. “It was his dream job.” Lifeguard colleagues were clearly reeling Thursday from the death of one of their own. “He is beloved by our lifeguard family,” said A.J. Lester, an ocean lifeguard specialist. “He was just a great guy, an all-around really nice person who everyone really liked.” Lester said the lifeguards were reminiscing about the “countless” rescues Kutil had made over the years, including several “heroic” dives off the rescue boat in Venice last summer. This is the first death of an on-duty Los Angeles County lifeguard in recent memory, Linkletter said. An active L.A. County lifeguard passed away late last year from cancer. “All of us are shocked by this terrible early morning news,” said Los Angeles County Fire Chief Daryl Osby. “Our hearts go out to his family, friends and his Fire Department family. Please keep everyone in your thoughts as we mourn this tragic loss.” According to Mira Costa Principal Ben Dale, students were in the pool area at the time of the incident so grief counseling services were made available to students throughout the day. Kutil is survived by his parents and one sister.
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spcMarina del Rey Community RelationsCommunity Relations / Special Problems Team personnel organize, mobilize, and facilitate communication with the public and motivate community members to participate in problem solving partnerships. They organize groups such as neighborhood watch meetings, Community Advisory Councils, business owners' associations, and homeowners' associations. They attend comunity meetings and advise the public on neighborhood safety, crime awareness, and building security. Duties also include organizing youth activity leagues that provide a positive outlet for juveniles through activities such as sports, volunteer work, and education.
spcMarina del Rey Reserve ProgramReserve Deputy Sheriffs are citizens who are utilized to supplement the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's law enforcement manpower at Marina del Rey Station. Like full-time deputies, Reserve Deputies are professionally trained and duly sworn law enforcement personnel and perform general law enforcement duties, including crime prevention and investigation, responding to calls, traffic control, and enforcement of laws. Contact Sergeant Ron Thrash at the Ladera Sheriff's Service Center (310) 410-7604.
spcMarina del Rey Operation Kid PrintOperation Kid Print is a program that provides parents a confidential way of recording a child's vital identification information and a physical description card of their children, for their records. Contact Deputy Keith Harrison at the Ladera Sheriff's Service Center (310) 410-7600.
spcMarina del Rey Neighborhood Watch ProgramNeighborhood Watch is an effective program aimed at keeping crime out of your neighborhood. It relies on the best crime-fighting tool ever invented - a good neighbor. Fortunately, good neighbors are found everywhere. Neighborhood Crime Watch encourages citizen participation in reducing crime. Residents and law enforcement work together to achieve one common goal – "Making Their Neighborhoods Safe." Residents are taught how to protect their property and report suspicious activities to the police. Neighborhood Watch also helps build pride and serves as a springboard for efforts that address ther community concerns. They also receive important information immediately by fax or email on any crimes that are occurring near them. Contact Deputy Joseluis Tapia to start a Neighborhood Watch program in your neighborhood.
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