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Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department (LASD) is the largest sheriff’s department in the United States – with over 18,000 employees.
Motto: “A Tradition of Service”
History: LASD was established in 1850, making it one of the oldest police departments in the US. Originally, LASD was known as the “Los Angeles Rangers”, which were then succeeded by the City Guards before becoming what it is known as today. Since its founding, over 150 deputies have lost their lives in the line of duty.
Size: The LA County Sheriff’s department covers an area of just under 4,100 square miles, in which a population of just over 10 million people resides within 42 contract cities.
Headquarters: 211 West Temple Street, Los Angeles, California
Divisions: there are 4 main divisions within the department: Administrative Services, Countrywide Operations, Custody Operations, and Patrol Operations.
How to become a deputy: at present, you need to pass the LASD test which is composed of a written examination, fitness test, and an oral board interview. Candidates are expected to have a rounded knowledge of the county sheriff’s department and to demonstrate core competencies in areas of communication, logical reasoning and analysis, and teamwork skills. Candidates must achieve a minimum score of 70 percent. Candidates who fail may re-take the exam once every 3-months.
Average salary: $71,163-$88,400 annually, rising with experience and responsibility.
Police academy: once candidates pass the Los Angeles County Sheriffs department test, successful applicants are admitted to the academy. It takes 20-weeks of training in core skills that officers are expected to have a comprehensive understanding of – not just in theory but also in practice. Training takes place in the Biscaluz Center in Monterey Park. There are different training programs for Deputy Sheriffs, Custody Assistants, and other security personal – such as officers and assistants.
Registration: more information on the application process for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s department test can be found on their website. Competition for places is currently high and only the very best applicants from those who pass will be invited to attend the academy. Candidates are expected to prepare well for the exam – including the validated physical abilities test (VPAT) which examines the candidates’ performance in push-ups, 75-yard run, sit-ups, and 20-meter shuttle run (beep test).