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Industry Sheriff's Station

(626) 330-3322
150 North Hudson Ave. City of Industry, CA 91744

Serving the areas of: City of Industry, City of La Puente, City of La Habra Heights, Valinda, East and West Valinda, Bassett/North Whittier, Hacienda Heights.

Industry Sheriff's Station

(626) 330-3322
150 North Hudson Ave. City of Industry, CA 91744

Serving the areas of: City of Industry, City of La Puente, City of La Habra Heights, Valinda, East and West Valinda, Bassett/North Whittier, Hacienda Heights.

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#ThrowbackThursday #LASD The Search and Rescue teams function as the Sheriff’s Department’s official emergency response unit. The unit provides services to those citizens who become stranded, lost, or injured in…

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8 hours ago

Industry Sheriff's Station

#ThrowbackThursday #LASD The Search and Rescue teams function as the Sheriff’s Department’s official emergency response unit. The unit provides services to those citizens who become stranded, lost, or injured in the mountainous areas of Los Angeles County.

There are eight individual teams: Altadena Mountain Rescue Team, Sierra Madre Search and Rescue Team, Antelope Valley Search and Rescue, Malibu Search and Rescue Team, Santa Clarita Valley Search and Rescue Team, Montrose Search and Rescue, San Dimas Mountain Rescue Team and Avalon Search and Rescue Team.

Most of the team members are Los Angeles County Sheriff Reserve Deputies, while others are dedicated volunteers from the local communities to assist in search and rescue operations. All teams are under the direction of the local Sheriff’s Stations.

Because team members would go into steep and treacherous terrain, possibly at night or in the rain, it is imperative that all members are well trained. In addition to academy training, Search and Rescue Team members undergo extensive mountaineering training. Also, they must hold a current Emergency Medical Technician license and usually must live within a fifteen or twenty minute response time of the station where they serve.

Each team member is selected for his or her physical capabilities, maturity, and willingness to respond at a moment’s notice in emergency search and rescue situations. The men and women of the team are highly trained in technical rope rescue, swift water, snow and ice operations search theory and tracking.

As a part of the state of California mutual aid system, the teams also provides support search and rescue efforts throughout California and the United States.

They are ready to respond to emergency 24-hours a day, 365 days a year, to “anywhere in the wilderness that someone needs help”!

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** Malibu search team picture from their facebook.
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5 days ago

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This week our #BearGoesEverywhere traveled to the Union Station in Los Angeles, to visit this 80 year old landmark. This is one of the many areas our patrol deputies from the Transit Services Bureau (TSB) Division have to pass through in order for them to go to any train assignment.

Built in 1939, Los Angeles Union Station is the largest railroad passenger terminal in the United States. The station’s signature Mission Modern style makes it one of L.A.’s architectural beauties.

In the 80 years since its opening, Union Station has emerged as a transportation portal to the promise of the California dream. The station was designed with a spacious ticket hall equipped with a 110-foot-long ticket counter crafted from American Black Walnut. Adjacent is a vast waiting room featuring towering 40-foot windows, massive art deco chandeliers, inlaid marble floors and hand painted mission tiles. Outside, you will find expansive shaded patios, towering palm trees and a clock tower looming 100 feet above the city.

Union Station offers all sorts of amenities, such as restaurants, Metro Bike Share systems, Metro Bike Hub to secure your bike, gift kiosks and a shoe-shine booth. Union Station even has a Dodger Express Bus for the home games.

The Metro Train System is shared among several agencies including Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Long Beach Police Department and Los Angeles Police Department.

Transit Services Bureau has 265 sworn staff and 32 professional staff, making it one of the largest patrol units in our department.

Until next time, everyone stay safe and look out for the Bear in your city. #LASD
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#ThrowbackThursday #LASD The Search and Rescue teams function as the Sheriff’s Department’s official emergency response unit. The unit provides services to those citizens who become stranded, lost, or injured in the mountainous areas of Los Angeles County.

There are eight individual teams: Altadena Mountain Rescue Team, Sierra Madre Search and Rescue Team, Antelope Valley Search and Rescue, Malibu Search and Rescue Team, Santa Clarita Valley Search and Rescue Team, Montrose Search and Rescue, San Dimas Mountain Rescue Team and Avalon Search and Rescue Team.

Most of the team members are Los Angeles County Sheriff Reserve Deputies, while others are dedicated volunteers from the local communities to assist in search and rescue operations. All teams are under the direction of the local Sheriff’s Stations.

Because team members would go into steep and treacherous terrain, possibly at night or in the rain, it is imperative that all members are well trained. In addition to academy training, Search and Rescue Team members undergo extensive mountaineering training. Also, they must hold a current Emergency Medical Technician license and usually must live within a fifteen or twenty minute response time of the station where they serve.

Each team member is selected for his or her physical capabilities, maturity, and willingness to respond at a moment’s notice in emergency search and rescue situations. The men and women of the team are highly trained in technical rope rescue, swift water, snow and ice operations search theory and tracking.

As a part of the state of California mutual aid system, the teams also provides support search and rescue efforts throughout California and the United States.

They are ready to respond to emergency 24-hours a day, 365 days a year, to “anywhere in the wilderness that someone needs help”!

**#1951 picture from LASD museum
** Malibu search team picture from their facebook.
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5 days ago

Industry Sheriff's Station

This week our #BearGoesEverywhere traveled to the Union Station in Los Angeles, to visit this 80 year old landmark. This is one of the many areas our patrol deputies from the Transit Services Bureau (TSB) Division have to pass through in order for them to go to any train assignment.

Built in 1939, Los Angeles Union Station is the largest railroad passenger terminal in the United States. The station’s signature Mission Modern style makes it one of L.A.’s architectural beauties.

In the 80 years since its opening, Union Station has emerged as a transportation portal to the promise of the California dream. The station was designed with a spacious ticket hall equipped with a 110-foot-long ticket counter crafted from American Black Walnut. Adjacent is a vast waiting room featuring towering 40-foot windows, massive art deco chandeliers, inlaid marble floors and hand painted mission tiles. Outside, you will find expansive shaded patios, towering palm trees and a clock tower looming 100 feet above the city.

Union Station offers all sorts of amenities, such as restaurants, Metro Bike Share systems, Metro Bike Hub to secure your bike, gift kiosks and a shoe-shine booth. Union Station even has a Dodger Express Bus for the home games.

The Metro Train System is shared among several agencies including Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Long Beach Police Department and Los Angeles Police Department.

Transit Services Bureau has 265 sworn staff and 32 professional staff, making it one of the largest patrol units in our department.

Until next time, everyone stay safe and look out for the Bear in your city. #LASD
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Our patrol area is situated in the eastern portion of Los Angeles County, spanning the east San Gabriel and Walnut Valleys

We are responsible for providing police services to the cities of Industry, La Puente and La Habra Heights, and the unincorporated county communities of East and West Valinda, Valinda, Bassett/North Whittier and Hacienda Heights.

The area encompasses approximately 65 square miles and a population of more than 243,000.

What is a Sheriff’s Explorer?

The Law Enforcement Explorer program is a Sheriff’s Department youth-oriented program. It is affiliated with the special interest phase of the Boy Scouts of America.

Its primary purpose is to provide through actual experience, a means by which young men and women may determine if they would like to pursue a career in law enforcement.

The program also provides the Sheriff’s Department with additional human resources. It also opens an important avenue of understanding with an energetic, concerned society of young people.

Training: After acceptance into the program, initial training for our new explorers takes place at the Sheriff’s Academy, located at: 11515 South Colima Rd., Whittier.

The explorer academy consists of approximately 184 hours of instruction during 18-weeks of training on Saturdays.

Subjects covered include community relations, criminal law, firearms safety, narcotics control, police procedures and weaponless defense must be mastered.

The trainees are required to undergo drill and physical training, in addition to their classroom work.

Satisfactory completion of the academy earns the Deputy Explorer ten high school unit credits. In some cases, college credit can also be earned by post-graduation Academy involvement.

Who are we seeking?

To qualify for the position of Deputy Explorer, you must:

  • Be between the ages of 14-21
  • Have completed the 8th grade
  • Have at least a “C” or 2.0 grade point average on the last report card issued, if still in High School
  • Have no serious arrests or convictions
  • Shall not be on active probation

If you are interested, contact the Lakewood Station Explorer Coordinator at (562) 623-3519.

Empowering Parents. Transforming Teens.

Industry Sheriff Station offer F.R.E.E – Parent/Teen Classes

What is Solutions?

Solutions is the newest diversion program created by the Industry Sheriff’s Station in partnership with several Los Angeles County Universities to help find “solutions and strategies for family struggling with teen conflicts and their destructive behaviors.

The solutions program aims to demonstrate to at-risk teens that poor life choices lead to a destructive life style and there are alternatives to joining gangs, committing crimes, and using drugs/alcohol.

Who can attend?

Solutions is open and FREE to all families with children in grades 6-9 who feel they can benefit from the training.

Your promise to us…
Our promise to you…

In order to enroll in the program, parents MUST be willing to attend a 30 hour parenting class taught by trained Paren Project® facilitators, while their troubled teen attends classes with an assigned college student. These mentors help your teen cope with any difficult its they may be experiencing and teach the to give back to their communities. Parents and teens must be present during all of the classes in order to remain enrolled in the program,. After successful completion of the program. Parents and teens are awarded a Certificate of Completion.
The Solutions program facilitated by trained professionals, meet court appointed parenting classes.

How can I sign up?

To enroll in the program, please contact

Deputy Jim Bickel at (626) 934-3315 or
Sergeant Toni Calton (626) 934-3093

*The Friends of Industry Sheriff Station (FOISS) is affiliated with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. This at-risk teen diversion program is supported by the City of Industry, the City of La Puente, and by generous donations from local businesses and private citizens/ This support has allowed us to provide this program free of charge to all participants.

If you would like to donate to our program, please contact us.

Your tax deductible contribution will go directly to providing quality programs designed to keep our children gang and drug free.

FOISS is a non-profit 501©(3) organization

drug drop off Bins

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, in conjunction with the Los Angeles County Public Health Department, has created the “Safe Drug Drop-Off” program. The program provides an opportunity for residents to safely and anonymously surrender:

  • “SHARPS” (Needles)
  • Illegal/Controlled Substances
  • Over the counter medications (unused or expired prescriptions)

There will be no questions asked. We just want to get it off the streets. Just bring the items in a closed container or plastic bag and drop them off in their appropriate bin. The containers are located just outside the Industry Sheriff’s Station entrance.

If your vehicle has been towed or impounded by a Deputy from Lakewood Station, call (562) 623-3500 to check if the vehicle can be released.

In order to obtain a vehicle release, you must be the registered owner of the vehicle and must bring a State-issued driver’s license.

All fees for the vehicle will be paid at the tow company.

Lakewood Station contracts with the following tow companies:

Area: Artesia and East Lakewood (East of 605 Freeway)
Branson’s Tow – (562) 865-2615
11700 166th Street, Artesia CA 90701

Area: Bellflower, Paramount and West Lakewood (West of 605 Freeway)
Kenny’s Tow – (562) 925-9531
17406 Woodruff Ave., Bellflower CA 90706

Area: Hawaiian Gardens
Mr. C’s Towing – (562) 594-5921
10821 Bloomfield Ave., Los Alamitos CA 90720

Please Note:
If your vehicle was towed/impounded in the city of Paramount, there may be assessed fees that must be paid prior to picking up the vehicle.

Please call the Paramount sub-station at (562) 920-2002 for further information.

WE WANT YOU – Become a Volunteer

The Volunteer program consists of members from the community who have demonstrated a willingness to maintain a high quality of life in the area they live in. These individuals have assumed responsibilities that require them to achieve a higher level of public trust. Volunteers have an opportunity to learn about law enforcement, and with their unselfish acts of community service, help improve law enforcement services.

Volunteer Opportunities

The County of Los Angeles Volunteer program offers volunteers an opportunity to be involved with nearly every aspect of a station. Volunteers may choose to be a part of such traditional functions as:

Clergy Program – Clergy members in the community who ride with the deputies and assist in dealing with human crisis.

Front Desk – Volunteers work the station front counter in a Volunteer Uniform to greet the public and provide station services.

Clerical – Volunteers work in the station secretariat and assist with filing of reports and work under the direction of the secretaries.

Volunteers On Patrol – What is the V.O.P. Program? This program performs primarily nonhazardous duties, which are currently performed by patrol deputies. The program will therefore, allow patrol deputies to perform the more hazardous duties they have been trained to do. This helps our Department to better achieve its goal of serving the community. Volunteers work in volunteer vehicles in a volunteer uniform assisting in the field as additional eyes and ears in the community.

Some of the tasks V.O.P. members complete are:

  • Patrolling the community for criminal activity or safety hazards
  • Residential vacation checks
  • Park and school safety checks
  • Graffiti watch
  • Non-Hazardous directed patrol assignments
  • Requests from City/County services
  • Search for missing children
  • Exterior shopping mall checks
  • Fire watch
  • Traffic control
  • Foot/Vehicle patrol

Transit watch Experience Required:

VOP training is required and will be provided before field assignment. This includes volunteers in vehicles and foot patrols. To maintain the VOP’s skill and expertise, there is a minimum of 16 hours per month of deployment time is required. This requirement is for the safety of the volunteer and others around him or her and for liability issues for the Department and County.

Volunteers are not Deputy Sheriffs!

They do not place themselves in a position of danger. As a V.O.P. member, you will not carry any weapon and you are not expected to enter into a physical altercation with anyone. As a V.O.P. member, you will always work with at least one partner. This is for their safety as well as the safety and responsibility of the Department.

CERT Certified Volunteers – Volunteers who elect to respond to disaster areas and provide aid as directed by the Sheriff’s Department.

How to apply – Contact Lakewood Sheriff’s Station at 562-623-3500. After you complete and sign the application, return it to Lakewood Sheriff’s Station (5130 Clark Ave. Lakewood, CA 90712).

Citation corrections and vehicle inspections are available at the front counter of Industry Station.

Bring your citation and required documentation to the front counter.

Example: Expired registration violation, bring current DMV registration.

A $20.00 fee is assessed for certification of correction, pursuant to section 26746.1 of the California Government code.

Cash or checks are accepted only. No ATM/Credit cards at this time.