Captain Marquez

Captain
Phillip R. Marquez

Pico Rivera Sheriff's Station

(562) 949-2421
6631 Passons Blvd. Pico Rivera, CA 90660

Serving the areas of: City of Pico Rivera, Unincorporated West Whittier.

Pico Rivera Sheriff's Station

(562) 949-2421
6631 Passons Blvd. Pico Rivera, CA 90660

Serving the areas of: City of Pico Rivera, Unincorporated West Whittier.

Captain Marquez

Captain
Phillip R. Marquez

Information and Updates

Missing Monday Mary Spears

#MissingMonday: Spears

#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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#Fraud Friday- Charging Cable Scam

We have all used a charging cable to charge up our phones in public areas, but whose charging cable are you using. What may look like an ordinary charging cable could contain software that is specifically designed to disrupt, damage, or gain unauthorized access to a computer system. Some of the information that may be stolen from your devices may include passwords and other sensitive information.

There are hackers tasked with breaking into computer systems of major companies or the average citizen to expose vulnerabilities.

While many might think modifying a charging cable would be expensive or complicated, it’s not. Once you’re exposed, it’s relatively easy for the hacker to get a hold of your personal information.

How this scam works:
• Thieves place charging cables within public places so victims can connect their devices. Once connected, thieves can steal personal information from victims and use the information to make fraudulent purchases or open fake accounts. 
• One of the charging cables could be an iPhone lightning cable called the “O.MG Cable” that can cost $200. This cable cord can take control of any Mac computer, remotely gaining access to passwords and sensitive information.

• Once the cable is plugged into a computer or phone, it can be controlled through a wireless network that is built inside the cable. Once a thief gains access to the information they need, they can stop all traces of evidence that it ever existed on your device.

So next time you think about plugging your device into a public charging cable, please take into consideration the risk of potentially giving thieves the capability to steal your personal information. 

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Pico Rivera Sheriff's Station
#ThrowbackThursday #LASD’s participation in community fundraisers goes back more than a century, including this tug-of-war in the #80s. Last week, we competed in the @SOSoCal #planepull challenge for Special Olympics. So proud of our Custody Plane Pull team, 4th year in a row winners!

Tug of war is a sport to test the strength of two teams on opposite ends of a rope. It challenges the strength, pull technique and teamwork of the team. 
There are a few tips for how to win the event. First, there should a leader, the brain of the team. Respected by all team members, the team leader will assign each team member’s position to maximize the total strength of the team.

Second, discipline should be established within the team. All team members should share the same commitment and dedication. It is just as important to follow orders as it is to lead. When everyone is in sync, and pulling at the same time as directed, the ultimate source of the strength is achieved.

Lastly, practice. There is no short cut to victory. Team coordination can only be achieved through dedication and training.

Leadership, commitment, strength, training, discipline and winning as a team. These concepts are also true to LASD’s Core Values as law enforcement professionals.

#LASD’s participation in the tug-of-war goes back to the #80s. This year, we competed in the Southern California Special Olympics plane pull challenge.

We are proud of our LASD’s Custody Plane Pull team, who won the challenge again for the 4th year in a row! Thank you for representing our department utilizing the strength, leadership, discipline and commitment that we all strive to achieve. Great job partners!

**Carson Station Pig Pull, 1983-1984, Carson vs LAPD Harbor Division, photographer was Bud DeVusser, the photo is from LASDretired.org

**2019 LASD Plane pull picture from Commander Sergio Aloma

#ThrowbackThursday #LASD’s participation in community fundraisers goes back more than a century, including this tug-of-war in the #80s. Last week, we competed in the @SOSoCal #planepull challenge for Special Olympics. So proud of our Custody Plane Pull team, 4th year in a row winners!

Tug of war is a sport to test the strength of two teams on opposite ends of a rope. It challenges the strength, pull technique and teamwork of the team.
There are a few tips for how to win the event. First, there should a leader, the brain of the team. Respected by all team members, the team leader will assign each team member’s position to maximize the total strength of the team.

Second, discipline should be established within the team. All team members should share the same commitment and dedication. It is just as important to follow orders as it is to lead. When everyone is in sync, and pulling at the same time as directed, the ultimate source of the strength is achieved.

Lastly, practice. There is no short cut to victory. Team coordination can only be achieved through dedication and training.

Leadership, commitment, strength, training, discipline and winning as a team. These concepts are also true to LASD’s Core Values as law enforcement professionals.

#LASD’s participation in the tug-of-war goes back to the #80s. This year, we competed in the Southern California Special Olympics plane pull challenge.

We are proud of our LASD’s Custody Plane Pull team, who won the challenge again for the 4th year in a row! Thank you for representing our department utilizing the strength, leadership, discipline and commitment that we all strive to achieve. Great job partners!

**Carson Station Pig Pull, 1983-1984, Carson vs LAPD Harbor Division, photographer was Bud DeVusser, the photo is from LASDretired.org

**2019 LASD Plane pull picture from Commander Sergio Aloma
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#Fraud Friday- Charging Cable Scam

We have all used a charging cable to charge up our phones in public areas, but whose charging cable are you using. What may look like an ordinary charging cable could contain software that is specifically designed to disrupt, damage, or gain unauthorized access to a computer system. Some of the information that may be stolen from your devices may include passwords and other sensitive information.

There are hackers tasked with breaking into computer systems of major companies or the average citizen to expose vulnerabilities.

While many might think modifying a charging cable would be expensive or complicated, it’s not. Once you’re exposed, it’s relatively easy for the hacker to get a hold of your personal information.

How this scam works:
• Thieves place charging cables within public places so victims can connect their devices. Once connected, thieves can steal personal information from victims and use the information to make fraudulent purchases or open fake accounts. 
• One of the charging cables could be an iPhone lightning cable called the “O.MG Cable” that can cost $200. This cable cord can take control of any Mac computer, remotely gaining access to passwords and sensitive information.

• Once the cable is plugged into a computer or phone, it can be controlled through a wireless network that is built inside the cable. Once a thief gains access to the information they need, they can stop all traces of evidence that it ever existed on your device.

So next time you think about plugging your device into a public charging cable, please take into consideration the risk of potentially giving thieves the capability to steal your personal information. 

#LASD

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22 hours ago

Pico Rivera Sheriff's Station
#ThrowbackThursday #LASD’s participation in community fundraisers goes back more than a century, including this tug-of-war in the #80s. Last week, we competed in the @SOSoCal #planepull challenge for Special Olympics. So proud of our Custody Plane Pull team, 4th year in a row winners!

Tug of war is a sport to test the strength of two teams on opposite ends of a rope. It challenges the strength, pull technique and teamwork of the team. 
There are a few tips for how to win the event. First, there should a leader, the brain of the team. Respected by all team members, the team leader will assign each team member’s position to maximize the total strength of the team.

Second, discipline should be established within the team. All team members should share the same commitment and dedication. It is just as important to follow orders as it is to lead. When everyone is in sync, and pulling at the same time as directed, the ultimate source of the strength is achieved.

Lastly, practice. There is no short cut to victory. Team coordination can only be achieved through dedication and training.

Leadership, commitment, strength, training, discipline and winning as a team. These concepts are also true to LASD’s Core Values as law enforcement professionals.

#LASD’s participation in the tug-of-war goes back to the #80s. This year, we competed in the Southern California Special Olympics plane pull challenge.

We are proud of our LASD’s Custody Plane Pull team, who won the challenge again for the 4th year in a row! Thank you for representing our department utilizing the strength, leadership, discipline and commitment that we all strive to achieve. Great job partners!

**Carson Station Pig Pull, 1983-1984, Carson vs LAPD Harbor Division, photographer was Bud DeVusser, the photo is from LASDretired.org

**2019 LASD Plane pull picture from Commander Sergio Aloma

#ThrowbackThursday #LASD’s participation in community fundraisers goes back more than a century, including this tug-of-war in the #80s. Last week, we competed in the @SOSoCal #planepull challenge for Special Olympics. So proud of our Custody Plane Pull team, 4th year in a row winners!

Tug of war is a sport to test the strength of two teams on opposite ends of a rope. It challenges the strength, pull technique and teamwork of the team.
There are a few tips for how to win the event. First, there should a leader, the brain of the team. Respected by all team members, the team leader will assign each team member’s position to maximize the total strength of the team.

Second, discipline should be established within the team. All team members should share the same commitment and dedication. It is just as important to follow orders as it is to lead. When everyone is in sync, and pulling at the same time as directed, the ultimate source of the strength is achieved.

Lastly, practice. There is no short cut to victory. Team coordination can only be achieved through dedication and training.

Leadership, commitment, strength, training, discipline and winning as a team. These concepts are also true to LASD’s Core Values as law enforcement professionals.

#LASD’s participation in the tug-of-war goes back to the #80s. This year, we competed in the Southern California Special Olympics plane pull challenge.

We are proud of our LASD’s Custody Plane Pull team, who won the challenge again for the 4th year in a row! Thank you for representing our department utilizing the strength, leadership, discipline and commitment that we all strive to achieve. Great job partners!

**Carson Station Pig Pull, 1983-1984, Carson vs LAPD Harbor Division, photographer was Bud DeVusser, the photo is from LASDretired.org

**2019 LASD Plane pull picture from Commander Sergio Aloma
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Additional Information and Links

P.R.I.D.E
Personal Responsibility in Development in Ethics is a 13 week program founded by members of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. The program targets teens between the ages of 12 to 15 who have dabbled in drugs, graffiti or are defiant either in school or at home. The goal of the program is to help the youth understand the consequences of positive and negative choices in life.

Explorer Program
The Law Enforcement Explorer Program is a Sheriff’s Department youth oriented program. 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. To qualify you must be between the ages of 14 and 20 years of age, maintain a “C” average in high school and be of good moral character without any serous arrest record. Deputy Sheriff Explorer Website

YAL
The Youth Activities League is dedicated to providing the youth between the ages of 12 to 17 with safe facilities, planned programs such as tutoring, arts and crafts, healthy eating and leadership skill. Our goal is to establish a bond, a good relationship with teens in our community and law enforcement. The program is free and is located at 9115 Balfour Street in the city of Pico Rivera.

For more information on any of these programs, please contact Deputy Maradiaga at (562) 949-2421