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Compton Sheriff's Station

(310) 605-6500
301 S. Willowbrook Ave. Compton, CA 90220

Serving the areas of: City of Compton, East Rancho Dominguez, Unincorporated Gardena, Rosewood.

Compton Sheriff's Station

(310) 605-6500
301 S. Willowbrook Ave. Compton, CA 90220

Serving the areas of: City of Compton, East Rancho Dominguez, Unincorporated Gardena, Rosewood.

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Missing Monday Mary Spears

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#MissingMonday: Spears 400 400 SIB Staff

#MissingMonday Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Missing Persons Unit Investigators are asking for the public’s help locating Mary Elsie Spears She was last seen leaving her home on the 44600…

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SO CAL PEACE OFFICERS’ MEMORIAL.

SO CAL PEACE OFFICERS’ MEMORIAL. 400 286 SIB Staff

#LASD IS PROUD TO ATTEND THE SO CAL CALIFORNIA PEACE OFFICERS’ MEMORIAL. #LASD is proud to attend the So Cal California Peace Officers’ Memorial 2019 in Sacramento this week, along…

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20 hours ago

Compton Sheriff's Station

#FraudFriday- Friendship Scam

We are always willing to help a friend in need. But when does it become questionable. Recently, there have been emails received by people indicating that a friend is in a bit of a financial situation. But look closely. Does it sound like your friend, or more like a possible scam. Con artists are always looking for new ways to steal money from vulnerable victims.

This is how the scam works:
• You may receive an email from someone you know (friend or family)
• Within the email, your so-called friend says they are out of the country and needs you to wire them money.
• You may later talk to your friend, after the money has been received by the scammer, and realize the email was fake.

Tips to avoid being scammed:
• After reading the email, notice if your friend's requests sounds unusual.
• Call or text your friend, or send them an email (do not reply to the current email) to verify the request.
• Never give personal information or money without confirming the recipient.

Con artists are targeting victims on a personal level. Always verify before believing what you read. Don’t be a victim.
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Mine is different I decided to help out a family member from my wife side of the family. I took a phone out in my credit because he didn't have any and promise to do the payments on time. Being a nice guy I took the phone out at T-Mobile and I gave him the phone. After 6 months he stopped paying and I receive a letter from a collection agency I was being charge $800 on a phone I didn't own. I tried to get in contact with him but my sister-in-law went all crazy on me accusing me that I tried to rape my sister in law and molested their daughters. After a few days later he finally got in contact with me and just said he never made a contract with me. Now I'm stuck with a $1,300 bill.

2 days ago

Compton Sheriff's Station

#ThrowbackThursday #LASD Deputies may experience extreme highs and lows during the same working shift. One minute they are typing a report and the next they are responding to an emergency. Counted on for their independent processing skills, deputies have to assess and solve problems quickly using their accumulated training experience and life skills. Their performance may sometimes make a difference between life and death.

Countless deputies have responded to emergent calls concerning babies throughout the past 168 years. In the early 70s, Deputy Rick Gonzalez and Sergeant Bill Stonich delivered a baby in the back seat of a compact car, which was located in the rear parking lot of East Los Angeles Sheriff’s Station. Little Juan Ortiz became the first baby delivered at ELA Station.

In 2018, Lakewood Deputy Milton discovered an unresponsive 9-month-old baby during a traffic stop. He immediately summoned help from other deputies. Deputy Farrington quickly arrived to assist. In seconds, they rushed the baby to the nearest hospital in their patrol vehicle. While Deputy Farrington drove, Deputy Milton administered CPR and was able to resuscitate the infant prior to arriving at the hospital. Deputy Milton and Deputy Farrington’s fast actions and great judgment saved the baby’s life.

Being a good deputy sheriff is not just about physical skill. Emotional intelligence plays a unique role in law enforcement work. To keep a clear head while in high-risk situations is a critical skill that sets law enforcement officers apart. In a split second, the soul of bravery shows the heart of a deputy sheriff. When you need help, we are here.
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20 hours ago

Compton Sheriff's Station

#FraudFriday- Friendship Scam

We are always willing to help a friend in need. But when does it become questionable. Recently, there have been emails received by people indicating that a friend is in a bit of a financial situation. But look closely. Does it sound like your friend, or more like a possible scam. Con artists are always looking for new ways to steal money from vulnerable victims.

This is how the scam works:
• You may receive an email from someone you know (friend or family)
• Within the email, your so-called friend says they are out of the country and needs you to wire them money.
• You may later talk to your friend, after the money has been received by the scammer, and realize the email was fake.

Tips to avoid being scammed:
• After reading the email, notice if your friend's requests sounds unusual.
• Call or text your friend, or send them an email (do not reply to the current email) to verify the request.
• Never give personal information or money without confirming the recipient.

Con artists are targeting victims on a personal level. Always verify before believing what you read. Don’t be a victim.
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Mine is different I decided to help out a family member from my wife side of the family. I took a phone out in my credit because he didn't have any and promise to do the payments on time. Being a nice guy I took the phone out at T-Mobile and I gave him the phone. After 6 months he stopped paying and I receive a letter from a collection agency I was being charge $800 on a phone I didn't own. I tried to get in contact with him but my sister-in-law went all crazy on me accusing me that I tried to rape my sister in law and molested their daughters. After a few days later he finally got in contact with me and just said he never made a contract with me. Now I'm stuck with a $1,300 bill.

2 days ago

Compton Sheriff's Station

#ThrowbackThursday #LASD Deputies may experience extreme highs and lows during the same working shift. One minute they are typing a report and the next they are responding to an emergency. Counted on for their independent processing skills, deputies have to assess and solve problems quickly using their accumulated training experience and life skills. Their performance may sometimes make a difference between life and death.

Countless deputies have responded to emergent calls concerning babies throughout the past 168 years. In the early 70s, Deputy Rick Gonzalez and Sergeant Bill Stonich delivered a baby in the back seat of a compact car, which was located in the rear parking lot of East Los Angeles Sheriff’s Station. Little Juan Ortiz became the first baby delivered at ELA Station.

In 2018, Lakewood Deputy Milton discovered an unresponsive 9-month-old baby during a traffic stop. He immediately summoned help from other deputies. Deputy Farrington quickly arrived to assist. In seconds, they rushed the baby to the nearest hospital in their patrol vehicle. While Deputy Farrington drove, Deputy Milton administered CPR and was able to resuscitate the infant prior to arriving at the hospital. Deputy Milton and Deputy Farrington’s fast actions and great judgment saved the baby’s life.

Being a good deputy sheriff is not just about physical skill. Emotional intelligence plays a unique role in law enforcement work. To keep a clear head while in high-risk situations is a critical skill that sets law enforcement officers apart. In a split second, the soul of bravery shows the heart of a deputy sheriff. When you need help, we are here.
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Compton Station is centrally located in the Los Angeles area. The station is easily accessible from the 105 Century Freeway to the north, the 91 Riverside/Artesia Freeway to the south, the 110 Harbor freeway to the west and the 710 Long Beach freeway to the east.

The city of Compton has a population of 98,000 living in its 10.5 square miles. The city is a balanced community, with an industrial base, residential areas and commercial centers dispersed throughout the city.

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Compton Station has continued to make strides in building a better relationship with the residents of Compton. As part of our on-going efforts, Compton Station has implemented the “Town Sheriff Program.” The Town Sheriff Program consists of having a lead deputy (Town Sheriff) assigned to each of our four council districts, along with a special assignment deputy.

  • The idea of having a Town Sheriff is to have an officer who would become more familiar and recognizable in the community, thus building a stronger relationship with residents.
  • The Town Sheriff will liaison with the assigned district council member and attend the council-member’s monthly district meeting.
  • The Town Sheriff and the special assignment deputy will be immediately available to address the majority of the quality of life issues that affect each district.
  • The Town Sheriff and the special assignment deputy will be able to provide feedback and better communication with the council member and stakeholders.

District: Mayor, Councilperson: Aja Brown, Town Sheriff: Sgt. Reginald Meredith rlmeredi@lasd.org W(310) 605-3553, C(323) 496-9899

District 1, Councilperson: Janna Zurita, Town Sheriff: Dep. Igancio Garcia igarcia@lasd.org W(310) 605-3552, C(310) 650-6333

District 2 Councilperson: Isaac Galvan, Town Sheriff: Dep. Michael Lennig mjlennig@lasd.org W(310) 605-3502, C(310) 650-6386

District 3 Councilperson: Tana McCoy, Town Sheriff: Dep. Rafer Owens raowens@lasd.org W(310) 605-6542, C(310) 650-6424
District 4 Emma Sharif Dep. Chad Cloud cacloud@lasd.org W(310) 605-6578, C(310) 650-6257

Town Sheriff Supervisors Email Contact info
Lieutenant (Vacant) (310) 605-6568
Sgt. Reginald Meredith rlmeredi@lasd.org W(310) 605-3553, C(323) 496-9899

La Estación de Compton, sigue cultivando una mejor relación con los residentes de Compton. Como parte de nuestros esfuerzos, la Estación de Compton ha puesto en práctica el “Programa del Sheriff del Pueblo.” El Programa del Sheriff del Pueblo consiste en tener un alguacil principal (Sheriff del Pueblo) asignado a cada uno de nuestros cuatro distritos del consejo, junto ha ellos se encuentran los alguaciles del equipo de asignación especial.

  • La idea de tener un Sheriff del Pueblo es de tener un oficial que se haría más familiar yreconocible en la comunidad, así construyendo una relación más fuerte con los residentes.
  • El Sheriff del Pueblo será el enlace con la concejal del distrito asignado a el y asistira a la reunión mensual del distrito del concejal.
  • El Sheriff del Pueblo y el alguacil de asignación especial serán inmediatamente disponibles para tratar la mayoría de los problemas de calidad de vida que afectan a cada distrito.
  • El Sheriff del Pueblo y el alguacil de asignación especial serán capaz de proporcionar una respuesta y una mejor comunicación con el concejal y los interesados.

Distrito: Alcalde, Consejal: Aja Brown Sgt. Reginald Meredith rlmeredi@lasd.org W(310) 605-3553, C(323) 496-9899
Distrito 1, Consejal: Janna Zurita, Sheriff del Pueblo: Dep. Igancio Garcia igarcia@lasd.org W(310) 605-3552, C(310) 650-6333
Distrito 2, Consejal: Isaac Galvan, Sheriff del Pueblo: Dep. Michael Lennig mjlennig@lasd.org W(310) 605-3502, C(310) 650-6386
Distrito 3, Consejal: Tana McCoy, Sheriff del Pueblo: Dep. Rafer Owens raowens@lasd.org W(310) 605-6542, C(310) 650-6424
Distrito 4, Consejal: Emma Sharif, Sheriff del Pueblo: Dep. Chad Cloud cacloud@lasd.org W(310) 605-6578, C(310) 650-6257

Supervisores del Programa Correo Electronico Numero de Contacto
Lieutenant (Vacant) (310) 605-6568
Sgt. Reginald Meredith rlmeredi@lasd.org W(310) 605-3553, C(323) 496-9899

Operations:
Lt. Larry A. Waldie (310) 605-6558 lawaldie@lasd.org
Sgt. Kurtis H. Ebbinga (310) 605-6530 khebbing@lasd.org
Sgt. John L. Silverstien (310) 605-6557 jlsilver@lasd.org
(Risk Management)

Compton Service Area:
Sgt. Reginald Meredith (310) 605-3553 rlmeredi@lasd.org
(Community Relations)
Sgt. Arturo Spencer (310) 605-6579 arspence@lasd.org
(Special Assignment Office)

Detective Bureau
Sgt. Jose Sandoval (310) 605-3543 J1sandov@lasd.org
(Night Investigations/Robbery/Assault)
Sgt. Eric Johnson (310) 605-6573 ejohnso@lasd.org
(Burglary/Auto Theft)

Traffic
Sgt. Arthur Thomas (310) 605-3517 arthomas@lasd.org

Watch Commander
On Duty Watch Commander (310) 605-6505

  • Open year round, after school program based on the CUSD schedule ( Open M-F, 3PM- 7PM). Summer program (Open M-F, 11AM-5PM)
  • Yearly Fee $25 ( Fee Waiver Available)
  • We provide homework assistance, tutoring, sports activities, dance, Martial Arts
  • We offer the Gang Resistance Education and Training (GREAT) program sponsored by the Cal Grip Grant through the City of Compton.
  • The program is supported by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, through the Sheriff’s Youth Foundation and staffed with Sheriff’s Deputies, an academic tutor, dance instructor and coaches. The program currently has nearly 245 youth members.