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On April 29, 2022, marked the 20th anniversary of the death of Deputy David W. March.Deputy David March was shot and kil...
05/05/2022

On April 29, 2022, marked the 20th anniversary of the death of Deputy David W. March.

Deputy David March was shot and killed after stopping a vehicle in Irwindale, CA.

Every LASD recruit class recites our creed during the morning procedures at the beginning of the day. Our creed, which was written by Deputy David W. March weeks before he was killed, is now a staple to our department and words we all by.

Recruit Class 461 did a presentation on the anniversary of his death and they were asked what the creed meant to them.

“Our goals are simple
I will always be painfully honest,
Work as hard as I can,
Learn as much as I can and hope-
fully make a difference in people’s
lives.”

Deputy David W. March
EOW April 29, 2002

Deputies assigned to Recruit Training Bureau partipated in the funeral as an honor guard of one our own who retired from...
05/03/2022

Deputies assigned to Recruit Training Bureau partipated in the funeral as an honor guard of one our own who retired from the the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

The honor guard is a ceremonial unit comprised of sworn members of the department who are highly motivated and maintain exceptionally high standards of appearance, conduct and who show aptitude for ceremonial duty.

The primary role of the unit is to provide funeral honors for comrades. The honor guard also serves as the "guardians of the colors" by displaying and escorting the national flag on ceremonial occasions at official city functions.

#LASD Class 142 conducting training Reserve Class #142 participated in scenario based training of suspicious person/vehi...
04/15/2022

#LASD Class 142 conducting training

Reserve Class #142 participated in scenario based training of suspicious person/vehicle burglary investigations at Biscailuz Training Academy.

They conducted weapons training at Pitchess Detention Center-Weapons Training Center.

The 18 reserve trainees are in week 14 of 20 of their academy training.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department - Reserve Forces Detail is encompassed by community members who volunteer their time and energy to fulfill many of the roles which are traditionally handled by full-time, Deputy Sheriffs.

@glendalepolicedept
@burbankpolice
@porthuenemepd

Training Bureau -Tactics and Survival conducted active shooter training today. The training was held at the StubHub Cent...
04/12/2022

Training Bureau -Tactics and Survival conducted active shooter training today. The training was held at the StubHub Center in Carson.

Deputies from Carson Sheriff's Station participated in the training alongside officers from Cal State University Police, the United States Marshalls and the Los Angeles County Fire Department.

Active shooter training addresses the threat of an active shooter by providing awareness, preparation, prevention, and response methods.

LASD Academy Class #461 began Monday, March 28, 2022 Black Monday  was held for Class 461 on Monday, 03/28 at STARS Cent...
03/31/2022

LASD Academy Class #461 began Monday, March 28, 2022

Black Monday was held for Class 461 on Monday, 03/28 at STARS Center in Whittier.

A total of 96 recruits consisting of 87 LASD deputy sheriff trainees and a 9 recruits from participating agencies of the Culver City and Burbank Police Departments.

Wishing them all the luck during the 22 weeks of training!

@culvercitypd
@burbankpolice
@lasdhq

On Monday, March 21, 2022, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department held the Grand Opening Ceremony of the Pitchess D...
03/23/2022

On Monday, March 21, 2022, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department held the Grand Opening Ceremony of the Pitchess Detention Center (PDC) Emergency Vehicle Operations Center (EVOC), located at 29310 The Old Road, Castaic, California. Sheriff Alex Villanueva was responsible for cutting the ribbon to mark the official opening of the training facility.

Deputies assigned to EVOC are part of Training Bureau and are responsible for training department personnel, newly hired recruits and outside agencies.

Part of the duties for deputies assigned to Training Bureau- Recruit Training Unit are participating in honor guard deta...
03/22/2022

Part of the duties for deputies assigned to Training Bureau- Recruit Training Unit are participating in honor guard details.

The honor guard is a ceremonial unit comprised of sworn members of the Sheriff’s Department who are highly motivated and maintain exceptionally high standards of appearance, conduct and who show aptitude for ceremonial duty. The primary role of the unit is to provide funeral honors for fallen comrades.

We take great pride and respect in honoring our brothers and sisters.

03/02/2022

Practice makes perfect. Instructors testing out the skid pad at the new EVOC track at Pitchess Detention Center. The change was made in order to train personnel on how to safely steer out of a skid in the Explorers. After decades of using the old skid pad at the Pomona Fairgrounds in Crown Victoria patrol cars, we are now using a wet polished concrete surface in an all wheel drive vehicle.

The grand opening of the Pitchess Detention Center Emergency Vehicle Operations Center is scheduled for Monday, March 21st!

On Friday, February 18, 2022, #LASD Class #458 graduated at STARS Center in Whittier. The academy class consisted of 75 ...
02/25/2022

On Friday, February 18, 2022, #LASD Class #458 graduated at STARS Center in Whittier.

The academy class consisted of 75 graduates, 50 males and 19 females.
Six officers were from participating agencies.

The Honor recruit was Deputy Alexander Masada.

Congratulations to the new Peace Officers who have earned their 22 weeks of hard work and dedication!

02/14/2022

Emergency Vehicle Operation Center Instructors were practicing on their new track located at Pitchess Detention Center in Castaic.

This new track will officially open in March, just in time for Academy Class 459. They will be the first class to train at the new EVOC facility.

#LASD Class #459 has officially begun at the College of the Canyons -North Academy Black Tuesday was held for the 52 rec...
02/04/2022

#LASD Class #459 has officially begun at the College of the Canyons -North Academy

Black Tuesday was held for the 52 recruits of Class 459 on Tuesday, February 1st.

Twenty weeks of training, 22 weeks of sweat and heart, with the goal and focus of becoming a peace officer with the State of California.

Along with training our own deputy sheriff trainees, LASD trains recruits from numerous agencies within Los Angeles County and neighboring counties as well.

With a newly poured asphalt parking lot and a freshly painted grinder, the North Academy staff were just as excited & eager for the 52 recruits to begin.

Recruit Training Staff visited the Marine Corps Recruit Depot on Friday, January 21st.Staff Sergeant Victor Sanchez, a S...
01/23/2022

Recruit Training Staff visited the Marine Corps Recruit Depot on Friday, January 21st.

Staff Sergeant Victor Sanchez, a Senior Drill instructor at MCRD gave LASD RTU staff a guided discussion about the 4 phases of Marine Corps Boot Camp and the reasoning behind the changes in leadership approaches throughout the phases. Gunnery Sergeant Lamarhi gave us the bigger overall view and guided discussion on how training impacts the rest of the Broader Marine Corps. Former Marine Greg Docaine gave us our Marine Corps Museum guided tour.

We were able to gain vital information from MCRD staff and how it correlates with LASD recruit training.

We viewed a graduation of 436 recruits, which included the 2nd ever female platoon in the history of the Marine Corps.

Today was LASD Reserve Level 3 Class  #142 Black Sunday. A total of 21 Reserves are assigned to Class #142, 16 Deputy Sh...
01/16/2022

Today was LASD Reserve Level 3 Class #142 Black Sunday.

A total of 21 Reserves are assigned to Class #142, 16 Deputy Sheriff Reserves & 5 participating agencies.

Reserve Sheriff's Deputies are capable, trained volunteers with the authority and duties of full-time deputy sheriffs. They choose to give their time, skills and to risk their safety to help their communities. They have their own paying jobs from all types of work. They are your neighbors & friends.

On Friday, December 17, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department graduated Class #457. After 22 rigorous and demandin...
12/23/2021

On Friday, December 17, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department graduated Class #457. After 22 rigorous and demanding weeks of the academy, 74 recruits graduated and were sworn in as Peace Officers for the State of California.

Congratulations on achieving your goals and dreams!

#LASD North Academy Recruit Class #457 participate in Blood Donor and Toy DriveOn Monday, December 13, recruits from Cla...
12/15/2021

#LASD North Academy Recruit Class #457 participate in Blood Donor and Toy Drive

On Monday, December 13, recruits from Class #457 coordinated a blood and toy drive at the City of Hope in Duarte.

A total of 38 recruits donated blood, 6 donated blood platelets and 12 registered as donors for the Be The Match foundation for consideration to be future bone marrow donors.

Additionally, the recruits assembled hygiene gift bags that will be given to those in need. All recruits have to fulfill leadership and volunteer hours during the academy.

Class 457 takes great pride in giving blood, sweat and tears to the academy experience.

Deputies assigned to Industry and Temple Station participated in an 8 hour bicycle tactics course.Advanced Officer Train...
12/14/2021

Deputies assigned to Industry and Temple Station participated in an 8 hour bicycle tactics course.

Advanced Officer Training Deputy Keffer offered the course to the deputies.

The 8 hour course included
basic techniques and skills such as correct positions while riding and turning, proper gear selection, mounting and dismounting, slow riding, emergency braking and turning.

12/02/2021

EVOC Instructors performing a demonstration lap on the track with Officers from the Alhambra Police Department.

Instructors take their assigned students on an instructional tour of the course prior to the demonstration lap. During the instructional tour, the student learns about maintaining a high visual horizon, road positioning, entry, apex and exit as well as threshold braking.

#LASD Training Bureau’s Advanced Officer Training conducted a 40-hour POST approved First Aid/CPR/AED Instructor course ...
12/02/2021

#LASD Training Bureau’s Advanced Officer Training conducted a 40-hour POST approved First Aid/CPR/AED Instructor course this at Biscaluz Training Center.

This 40-hour course is designed to train individuals to be First Aid/CPR/AED Instructors. This course goes beyond the typical First Aid / CPR course and makes the training specific to Law Enforcement.

Students in this course include being trained on, but are not limited to: Automated Electronic Defibrillator (AED), controlling bleeding wounds, tourniquet applications, administration of Narcan, victim assessments during an emergency, and much more.

On the last day of training, the students conducted a real life training scenario and were tasked on handling the scenario based on the training received.

Instructors will be able to conduct refresher CPR/First Aid training at their unit of assignment and to academy recruits.

Sixteen students participated in the course from Pasadena Police Department
Los Angeles Port Police
Laxpd Training and Recruitment Unit
A lot of experience in the class with 9 EMT’s and 1 Army Combat Medic.

On Sunday, November 21st, #LASD North Academy Class 457 ran their colors run in honor of Deputy Thomas Albanese.  Deputy...
11/27/2021

On Sunday, November 21st, #LASD North Academy Class 457 ran their colors run in honor of Deputy Thomas Albanese. Deputy Thomas Albanese was killed in an on-duty motorcycle crash in the city of Lakewood.

Deputy Albanese’s family were present during the run and were presented with a memorial flag in honor of Deputy Albanese. Deputy Albanese was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and had served with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department for seven years.

Every graduating class from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Academy (LASD) participates in a “Colors Run” as a way of promoting pride and unity among academy recruits.

North Academy Class #457 dedicated their PT session to Military Vets#LASD North Academy Class #457 completed a physical ...
11/12/2021

North Academy Class #457 dedicated their PT session to Military Vets

#LASD North Academy Class #457 completed a physical training session in honor of Veterans Day yesterday.

After completing their second to last weapons training session at Pitchess Detenion Center Weapons Training Center, the 79 recruits participated in the Combat Fitness workout which included:

A 1 Mile Run and 5 rounds for time of:
• 20 V-Ups
• 20 Push-Ups
• 1/4 Mile Hill Run
• 20 Air Squats.

Great workout 🏋️‍♀️ dedicated to our military vets 🇺🇸 who have honorably served our country.

Happy 246th Birthday to the United States Marine Corps! The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department proudly wishes all M...
11/11/2021

Happy 246th Birthday to the United States Marine Corps!

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department proudly wishes all Marines a “Happy Birthday!”

We salute all the brave #Marines who are #LASD personnel and continue to serve the communities of County of Los Angeles.

Deputy Mendez, Deputy Strosnider and Deputy Lopez who proudly served in the Marine Corps and are assigned to the Recruit Training Unit, completed an 8-mile run today in Whittier in honor to the Marine Corps.

We thank you and we salute you you!

#LASD Class 456 graduates 43 peace officers Class 456 graduated on Friday, November 5th, at STARS academy in WhittierOur...
11/09/2021

#LASD Class 456 graduates 43 peace officers

Class 456 graduated on Friday, November 5th, at STARS academy in Whittier

Our Training Bureau Captain Mark Flores presided over the academy graduation held at our STARS academy in Whittier.

The class consisted of 43 recruits - 15 recruits from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and 28 recruits from twelve different participating agencies within Los Angeles County.

Congratulations to the 43 recruits who have began their law enforcement career!

11/03/2021

Recruits conduct training at the Emergency Vehicle and Operations Center

Light and and siren demonstration with recruits from #LASD Class 457. This demonstration shows how the Doppler Effect works and why it's important to watch their speeds when responding Code 3. It allows recruits to see how and why some civilians yield the right of way to emergency vehicles.

Our Emergency Motors Operations Center (EVOC) motors instructors not only teach our personnel how to operate motorcycles...
10/30/2021

Our Emergency Motors Operations Center (EVOC) motors instructors not only teach our personnel how to operate motorcycles, they teach officers from other agencies as well. Azusa, South Gate and Riverside County Sheriff’s Department.

Rain or shine, our recruits are doing physical training to jumpstart their day.Class #457 was up bright and early yester...
10/26/2021

Rain or shine, our recruits are doing physical training to jumpstart their day.

Class #457 was up bright and early yesterday getting their PT in as the rain began to come down. A physical training session is 45 minutes to an hour for the recruits, two to three times a week.

Staff instructors will supervise the workout sessions and participate with the recruits as well. 🏃‍♂️💪🏼

#LASD Training Bureau Deputies represent at Washington D.C. Officer MemorialSeveral of our deputies assigned to Training...
10/19/2021

#LASD Training Bureau Deputies represent at Washington D.C. Officer Memorial

Several of our deputies assigned to Training Bureau represented the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department at the National Peace Officer’s Memorial in Washington D.C.

The #LASD Honor Guard represented our department in honoring and paying respects to fallen police officers across our nation during #PoliceWeek2021 that normally takes place in May.

We will never forget our fallen law enforcement officers.

#LASD  Academy Class #457 workout at BC.  Started with approximately 3.5 miles of hill repeats, depending on the recruit...
10/15/2021

#LASD Academy Class #457 workout at BC. Started with approximately 3.5 miles of hill repeats, depending on the recruits’ fitness level, from the BC track then up Sheriff Road to the stop sign & back.

Then we did a 10-station rotation of Beaver Fit Box exercises. Very challenging workout.

#week13
@lasdhq
@lacosheriff

Last week, Security Forces (Military Police) attended our Tactics and Survival Training Unit “Crowd and Riot Training. “...
10/12/2021

Last week, Security Forces (Military Police) attended our Tactics and Survival Training Unit “Crowd and Riot Training. “

During this course the Military Police learned how to handle civil disobedience and how to work with local law enforcement.

We continue to work and train our neighboring partners and active military members to provide assistance when needed.

Commander Robert Lewis visited North Academy Class #457 at College of the Canyons in Valencia. The recruits were conduct...
10/12/2021

Commander Robert Lewis visited North Academy Class #457 at College of the Canyons in Valencia. The recruits were conducting defensive tactics training with DT staff.

Commander Lewis spoke to the recruits on the importance of continuing their training and education upon graduating the academy.

Commander Lewis oversees Training Bureau and was once a recruit staff instructor as well.

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On April 29, 2022, marked the 20th anniversary of the death of Deputy David W. March. Deputy David March was shot and killed after stopping a vehicle in Irwindale, CA. Every LASD recruit class recites our creed during the morning procedures at the beginning of the day. Our creed, which was written by Deputy David W. March weeks before he was killed, is now a staple to our department and words we all by. Recruit Class 461 did a presentation on the anniversary of his death and they were asked what the creed meant to them. “Our goals are simple I will always be painfully honest, Work as hard as I can, Learn as much as I can and hope- fully make a difference in people’s lives.” Deputy David W. March EOW April 29, 2002
Deputies assigned to Recruit Training Bureau partipated in the funeral as an honor guard of one our own who retired from the the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. The honor guard is a ceremonial unit comprised of sworn members of the department who are highly motivated and maintain exceptionally high standards of appearance, conduct and who show aptitude for ceremonial duty. The primary role of the unit is to provide funeral honors for comrades. The honor guard also serves as the "guardians of the colors" by displaying and escorting the national flag on ceremonial occasions at official city functions.
#LASD Class 142 conducting training Reserve Class #142 participated in scenario based training of suspicious person/vehicle burglary investigations at Biscailuz Training Academy. They conducted weapons training at Pitchess Detention Center-Weapons Training Center. The 18 reserve trainees are in week 14 of 20 of their academy training. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department - Reserve Forces Detail is encompassed by community members who volunteer their time and energy to fulfill many of the roles which are traditionally handled by full-time, Deputy Sheriffs. @glendalepolicedept @burbankpolice @porthuenemepd
Training Bureau -Tactics and Survival conducted active shooter training today. The training was held at the StubHub Center in Carson. Deputies from Carson Sheriff's Station participated in the training alongside officers from Cal State University Police, the United States Marshalls and the Los Angeles County Fire Department. Active shooter training addresses the threat of an active shooter by providing awareness, preparation, prevention, and response methods.
LASD Academy Class #461 began Monday, March 28, 2022 Black Monday was held for Class 461 on Monday, 03/28 at STARS Center in Whittier. A total of 96 recruits consisting of 87 LASD deputy sheriff trainees and a 9 recruits from participating agencies of the Culver City and Burbank Police Departments. Wishing them all the luck during the 22 weeks of training! @culvercitypd @burbankpolice @lasdhq
On Monday, March 21, 2022, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department held the Grand Opening Ceremony of the Pitchess Detention Center (PDC) Emergency Vehicle Operations Center (EVOC), located at 29310 The Old Road, Castaic, California. Sheriff Alex Villanueva was responsible for cutting the ribbon to mark the official opening of the training facility. Deputies assigned to EVOC are part of Training Bureau and are responsible for training department personnel, newly hired recruits and outside agencies.
Part of the duties for deputies assigned to Training Bureau- Recruit Training Unit are participating in honor guard details. The honor guard is a ceremonial unit comprised of sworn members of the Sheriff’s Department who are highly motivated and maintain exceptionally high standards of appearance, conduct and who show aptitude for ceremonial duty. The primary role of the unit is to provide funeral honors for fallen comrades. We take great pride and respect in honoring our brothers and sisters.
Practice makes perfect. Instructors testing out the skid pad at the new EVOC track at Pitchess Detention Center. The change was made in order to train personnel on how to safely steer out of a skid in the Explorers. After decades of using the old skid pad at the Pomona Fairgrounds in Crown Victoria patrol cars, we are now using a wet polished concrete surface in an all wheel drive vehicle. The grand opening of the Pitchess Detention Center Emergency Vehicle Operations Center is scheduled for Monday, March 21st!
On Friday, February 18, 2022, #LASD Class #458 graduated at STARS Center in Whittier. The academy class consisted of 75 graduates, 50 males and 19 females. Six officers were from participating agencies. The Honor recruit was Deputy Alexander Masada. Congratulations to the new Peace Officers who have earned their 22 weeks of hard work and dedication!
Emergency Vehicle Operation Center Instructors were practicing on their new track located at Pitchess Detention Center in Castaic. This new track will officially open in March, just in time for Academy Class 459. They will be the first class to train at the new EVOC facility.
#LASD Class #459 has officially begun at the College of the Canyons -North Academy Black Tuesday was held for the 52 recruits of Class 459 on Tuesday, February 1st. Twenty weeks of training, 22 weeks of sweat and heart, with the goal and focus of becoming a peace officer with the State of California. Along with training our own deputy sheriff trainees, LASD trains recruits from numerous agencies within Los Angeles County and neighboring counties as well. With a newly poured asphalt parking lot and a freshly painted grinder, the North Academy staff were just as excited & eager for the 52 recruits to begin.
Recruit Training Staff visited the Marine Corps Recruit Depot on Friday, January 21st. Staff Sergeant Victor Sanchez, a Senior Drill instructor at MCRD gave LASD RTU staff a guided discussion about the 4 phases of Marine Corps Boot Camp and the reasoning behind the changes in leadership approaches throughout the phases. Gunnery Sergeant Lamarhi gave us the bigger overall view and guided discussion on how training impacts the rest of the Broader Marine Corps. Former Marine Greg Docaine gave us our Marine Corps Museum guided tour. We were able to gain vital information from MCRD staff and how it correlates with LASD recruit training. We viewed a graduation of 436 recruits, which included the 2nd ever female platoon in the history of the Marine Corps.