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301 S. Willowbrook Ave. Compton, CA 90220 - Phone: (310) 605-6500 www.Compton.lasd.org
Card SkimmungAvoiding ‘Card Skimming’ at ATMs and Other Money Machines http://www.occ.gov/news-issuances/consumer-advisories/2011/consumer-advisory-2011-2a.pdf
Cyber CrimesSheriff McDonnell visits Cyber Crime Symposium at Our Lady of Victory Sheriff McDonnell greeted a packed house at Our Lady of Victory Church in Compton. Father Francisco extended the invitation to Sheriff McDonnell and the Sheriff's Departments Cyber Crime unit to educate his parish on cyber crimes.This was a very successful event during National Consumer Protection Week.
LASD Sheriff logoThe County of Los Angeles has partnered with the L.A. Regional Food Bank The County of Los Angeles has partnered with the L.A. Regional Food Bank in their effort to supply food for low income children, families, senior citizens and individuals throughout Los Angeles County. Compton Sheriff’s Station is asking all residents to stop by the station and donate one non-perishable food item. There will be a donation box in our station lobby. Compton Station will continue to receive canned goods through March 29th.
Murder Investigation Lontrell TurnerReward and Information Wanted bulletinsReward and Information Wanted bulletins
Murder Investigation Asha SandersReward and Information Wanted bulletinsReward and Information Wanted bulletins
LASD Sheriff logoCongratulations to Team Compton in the 120-mile relay race to Las Vegas also known as Baker to Vegas Challenge Cup Compton Station deputies competed in the annual 120-mile relay race to Las Vegas this weekend also known as the Baker to Vegas Challenge Cup Relay. The Baker to Vegas Relay is the most positive event offered to law enforcement today. It provides officers motivation to maintain a physical fitness program to help them better perform their duties. The race has maintained its original ideals since it began in 1985 by focusing on teamwork, camaraderie, physical fitness and competition. The number of participating teams have grown from the original 19 in 1985 to nearly 300 which includes over 8000 runners. It is the largest event of its kind with teams participating from throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. Out of 272 teams, Compton placed 62nd overall. Since there so many participants, teams are categorized. Compton competed in the station category and placed sixth out of 25 teams. This relay is highly competitive so, this was a significant improvement from previous years. Congratulations Team Compton!!!
RestorationProject RestorationCompton Station helps ex-convicts re-integrate into society
YALYouth Activities LeagueThe Youth Activities League, a place for youths 8-17 to meet after school.
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