Captain Nuñez Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deparment Cerritos Station

Captain
Joseph Nuñez

Cerritos Sheriff's Station

(562) 860-0044
18135 Bloomfield Ave. Cerritos, CA 90703

Serving the areas of: City of Cerritos.

Cerritos Sheriff's Station

(562) 860-0044
18135 Bloomfield Ave. Cerritos, CA 90703

Serving the areas of: City of Cerritos.

Captain Nuñez Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deparment Cerritos Station

Captain
Joseph Nuñez

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2019 POLICE UNITY TOUR

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2019 POLICE UNITY TOUR #BearGoesEverywhere this week the Bear followed our 2019 LASD Police Unity Bicycle Tour, Southern California Chapter VII, and rode past the George Washington Crossing Statue located near…

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Fraud Detectives make Major Bust

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FRAUD DETECTIVES MAKE MAJOR BUST IN MULTINATIONAL HACKING GROUP LINKED TO CRYPTOCURRENCY On Thursday May 9, 2019, as a result of a lengthy investigation, Deputies from the Los Angeles County…

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It’s called reparations, he’s the real victim. 😩

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Is Utley amazing to me that the American people pay whomever it is that puts laws on the books that can’t be enforced. My mother is 93 years old of good mind but failing health. My brother took her entire estate at 11 million dollars and had her sign it over to his children before HE died. My mother found out after he died. She is hysterical and there is little any one can do about it. If she did not have me, she would be dead in the water. She would be broke and in the street as his children do not care that she went to bed a millionaire and woke broke with a dead son. She can’t use a computer and does not understand the system. The district attorney told us there is no crime because my brother is dead so sucks to be you. We have talked to over a dozen attorneys that want thousands of dollars to get her stuff back. Where is she going to get thousands of dollars? Her 2 grandchildren took all her money. Here is the unenforceable law below. Why do you have it when it can’t be used? Or is their any help that can be offered? We reported to the D.A, filed a police report and contacted adult protective services. They all came out took a report than disappeared into the wind. What does an elder do if they don’t have younger family members to help them when this occurs? Do laws get put on the books so you people look like your doing something? Or is their just too many people to handle so most get swept under the rug? What are her other 4 children and grandchildren supposed to do? Just let two thieves walk off with 11 million dollars laughing all the way to the bank because my brother took advantage of my half blind mother. She had no idea what he did. He lied to her up till the day HE died. He was her property manager and stole everything she had. He lied and got away with it, now his children are getting away with it. I’m so angry at the system DIVISION 9. PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES [10000 - 18999.8] ( Division 9 added by Stats. 1965, Ch. 1784. ) PART 3. AID AND MEDICAL ASSISTANCE [11000 - 15771] ( Part 3 added by Stats. 1965, Ch. 1784. ) CHAPTER 11. Elder Abuse and Dependent Adult Civil Protection Act [15600 - 15675] ( Heading of Chapter 11 amended by Stats. 1991, Ch. 774, Sec. 1. ) ARTICLE 2. Definitions [15610 - 15610.70] ( Article 2 repealed and added by Stats. 1994, Ch. 594, Sec. 3. ) 15610.30. (a) “Financial abuse” of an elder or dependent adult occurs when a person or entity does any of the following: (1) Takes, secretes, appropriates, obtains, or retains real or personal property of an elder or dependent adult for a wrongful use or with intent to defraud, or both. (2) Assists in taking, secreting, appropriating, obtaining, or retaining real or personal property of an elder or dependent adult for a wrongful use or with intent to defraud, or both. (3) Takes, secretes, appropriates, obtains, or retains, or assists in taking, secreting, appropriating, obtaining, or retaining, real or personal property of an elder or dependent adult by undue influence, as defined in Section 15610.70. (b) A person or entity shall be deemed to have taken, secreted, appropriated, obtained, or retained property for a wrongful use if, among other things, the person or entity takes, secretes, appropriates, obtains, or retains the property and the person or entity knew or should have known that this conduct is likely to be harmful to the elder or dependent adult. (c) For purposes of this section, a person or entity takes, secretes, appropriates, obtains, or retains real or personal property when an elder or dependent adult is deprived of any property right, including by means of an agreement, donative transfer, or testamentary bequest, regardless of whether the property is held directly or by a representative of an elder or dependent adult. (d) For purposes of this section, “representative” means a person or entity that is either of the following: (1) A conservator, trustee, or other representative of the estate of an elder or dependent adult. (2) An attorney-in-fact of an elder or dependent adult who acts within the authority of the power of attorney. (Amended by Stats. 2013, Ch. 668, Sec. 2. (AB 140) Effective January 1, 2014.) u References

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Cerritos Station provides law enforcement services exclusively to the city of Cerritos on a 100% contract bases. Cerritos Station is incorporated within a 28,000 square foot facility that is connected to Cerritos City Hall. The facility is owned and operated by the city of Cerritos.

Cerritos Station was built in 1997 to provide high-quality public safety services, emphasizing community oriented policing. Cerritos Station is staffed with 63 sworn and 23 civilian employees who serve a culturally diverse community spanning a geographical area of approximately nine square miles. In addition to providing the traditional law enforcement services, the city’s Community Safety Center is also housed in the same facility with Cerritos Station. This partnership joins city and Sheriff’s Department personnel in a central location to better address community issues. The Sheriff’s Department has provided law enforcement services to the city of Cerritos for more than 45 years. The establishment of a local Sheriff’s station, funded by the city, underscores this longstanding relationship and solidifies the commitment to the community shared by the two governmental entities.

In December 2001, the city of Cerritos and Cerritos Sheriff Station developed a program to provide the community with a higher level of service and quicker responses to collect latent fingerprint evidence. The city of Cerritos wanted to provide an increased level of service, which included a more rapid check through CAL ID for property crime incidents. Likewise, the city wanted to provide station detectives with the identification of suspects to solve more crimes and hopefully recover stolen property as rapidly as possible.

To that end, the city of Cerritos contracted for its own full-time Forensic Identification Specialist II (FIS II) to be assigned at the station and the Sheriff’s Department arranged for the installation of an Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) workstation at Cerritos Station. Additionally, the city hired Community Safety Officers (CSO) who were then trained by Scientific Services Bureau in latent fingerprint recovery. The CSO’s respond to all requests for latent fingerprint involving property crimes. Since the inception of the Cerritos Station fingerprint program, almost all latent fingerprint searches have returned with a match or no record within 48 hours.

The Cerritos fingerprint identification program also services the cities of Norwalk, La Marada, Artesia, Lakewood, Bellflower, Paramount and Carson on a cost recovery bases. This program has been phenomenally successful.