Watch videos and hear the real experiences of Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriffs. You might be surprised at the diversity of opportunities in the nation’s largest Sheriff’s Department. Click to learn more about the various ways we serve our community.
Bilingual Deputy Gonzalez
Newly graduated Deputy Sheriff Dalia Gonzalez, from Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Training Academy Class #414, discusses in SPANISH and in INGLES as to why she decided to become a Deputy Sheriff. Over 64 different languages are spoken by the employees of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
Jiu-Jitsu Sergeant Chow
Sergeant Chow, of Community Partnerships Bureau, discusses her passion for both the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and Jiu-Jitsu. She uses martial arts to keep a healthy balance between her career and life outside of the uniform.
US ARMY Veteran - Deputy Mercer
Century Regional Detention Facility Deputy Mercer’s story of why she joined our department, after serving in the United States Army.
Special Victims Bureau - Detective Harris
Detective Rosalina Harris is assigned to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Special Victims Bureau. Watch as she discusses her love for the job, helping innocent victims and finding justice for them.
MTA Deputy Bracks
Working for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is not just driving a patrol car. You will have the opportunity, as a deputy, to travel by Metro and protect the citizens of Los Angeles County on their daily commute.
Mental Evaluation Team - Sergeant Barclay
Sergeant Barclay, of the Mental Evaluation Team (MET), discusses the responsibilities of helping the mentally ill, as a member of the MET.