Captain Lewis Los Angeles County Sheriff's Station Santa Clarita Valley Station

Capt. Robert Lewis

Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station

(661) 255-1121
23740 Magic Mountain Parkway Santa Clarita, CA 91355

Serving the areas of: Angeles National Forest, Bouquet Canyon, Canyon Country, Castaic, City of Santa Clarita, Gorman, Hasley Canyon, Newhall, Neenach, Sand Canyon, Santa Clarita, Saugus, Six Flags Magic Mountain, Sleepy Valley, Southern Oaks, Stevenson Ranch, Sunset Point, Tesoro del Valle, Valencia, Val Verde, West Hills, Westridge.

Palmdale Sheriff's Station

(661) 272-2400
750 East Avenue Q, Palmdale, CA 93550

Serving the areas of: Acton, Agua Dulce, Big Pines / Wrightwood, Green Valley, Lake Elizabeth, Lake Hughes, Leona Valley, Littlerock, Llano, Palmdale, Pearblossom, Vallyermo, Vasquez Rocks.

Captain Lewis Los Angeles County Sheriff's Station Santa Clarita Valley Station

Capt. Robert Lewis

Information and Updates

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Updated Information

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Healing and Recovery: The mood at Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station on Monday was somber. Like the community we serve, we are mourning. We grieve for the Saugus High School students and the families affected by this terrible tragedy. Santa Clarita is our home too.

Our deputies constantly sharpen their skill for active shooter situations, hoping they never have to use them but if they do-- they are ready.  Deputies are trained to ‘run towards gunfire’ without any hesitation. They will preserve life at all costs, even if it means compromising their own.

Over the past month we have dealt with so much when it came to large fires and evacuations. We prepared and partnered with the community to ensure public safety was handled. 

Last Thursday, in a crisis situation, our community and partners came through. As soon as the first call came in, which was followed by a deluge of calls, station dispatchers immediately started activating ‘an army of responders.’ After neighboring agencies heard about the emergent situation, law enforcement officers from other agencies started deploying in droves to our mobile command post set up at Central Park asking, “What can we do to help?” 

There were off-duty law enforcement officers who lived near the school or had children at the school that also stepped up to the plate and assisted deputies.

In addition to law enforcement coming to the aid, we had the other first responders from LA County Fire Department and AMR racing to the scene to treat the injured and transport for emergency medical care. 

School staff and students exemplified bravery with their actions that day. They knew what to do, and acted decisively and quickly.

We will work through recovery and heal together. We urge you to take this time to strengthen your bond with family, friends and community. Support each other and be there for each other. 

We are 
# DominicStrong 
# GracieStrong
# SantaClaritaStrong
# SaugusStrong

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We love you all, stay safe! 💕💕💕💕💕🙏🙏🙏 From a LEO mommy, wife, mother-in-law, and grand mom (all LEO) and one Firefighter grandson.

WE aRe StR💙Ng wE aRe oNe ThaNk YoU SVC SHERIFFS

Thank you to all the First Responders. This picture shows that are sheriffs have heart. They see things we could never imagine. They have to do that day after day after day. You are in my prayers everyday thank you for keeping us safe. Thank you for everything you did for all of the children who were injured.

Thanks to all of you who work to protect and severe. I pray for all of you everyday and will continue to keep you in my prayers.

Thank you for protecting everyone specially our kids community and saugus strong

Our law enforcement officers and first responders are brave selfless people who are not paid nearly enough for what they do. They put themselves in harm's way on a daily basis. Thank you so very much.

A good job was done. I am in FL but my Daughter, Grandaughters and GreatGrandchildren are all in Santa Clarita. One of my GreatGrandChildren is in Elementary School...seeing your response and reading of the response and heroism of the teachers & students makes my mind rest easier for her. Thank You to All. Blessings of Peace to the Students & Families that are suffering loss due to the actions of one student.

One of my favorite moments from the Vigil was the prayer and tribute to all the first responders! Thank you for keeping us safe!

We have so many heroes in our town. You have my heartfelt respect and thanks. 🙏🙏

Thank you for protecting our community and all you do. 💙

Continued 🙏🙏🙏 for recovery & healing for all. Thank you for all you do to protect & serve. Be Safe. 💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙

So thankful for all you do!!

Thank you for your dedication to our community!! We love and support you.

We are so thankful for all of you.

And we thank you and are grateful for your service. 💙💙💙

Thank you to you ALL who answer the call and do what you do, every day.

You are all appreciated and in my prayers.

It was a horrible day in Santa Clarita not only lost 2 young kids while they were at school but also injured 3 others and then the shooter was just a kid himself! That is hard to fathom! Thanks to the local sheriff dept in Santa Clarita and also remember the other stations like Palmdale and Lancaster that rushed over there to help. These kind of tragedies are still happening everywhere and we wonder when will they cease? Let's all stay safe and if we see something let's say something.🥀

So proud of our community

Thank you. Your job is so hard. 💙

I’m truly blessed to live in this community, and have raised my kids here. Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Department have been there when my car was stolen, when my kids needed role models, to protect us at events, to share the jailhouse at Halloween, and so many more occasions over the years too lengthy to list. Thanks for all you do from the ground up. Thanks also to LA County Fire, AMR, and our trusty trauma & crisis teams in the ER. Much love ❤️ and gratitude! #SantaClaritaStrong

Thank you all so much!

Thank you 🙏🏻

A beautiful picture. 💜

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** FOUND DOG ** Deputy Matherly was patrolling in Canyon Country near Delight St. this evening when she found this cute pup. He was given a ride in her patrol car back to the station to keep him safe. Dispatchers are enjoying his company while they wait for an Animal Control Center officer to pick him up. We heard he’s real sweet!

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Aaaw thaT is soooOooo NiCe 👍

Sweet....but, that happened to me and I ended up having a new pet!!

Erica Godinez and Ricardo Ramos twofer

Sharing 😥 Thank You !Deputy Matherly for picking up this 🐕 and keeping it SAFE 💘 it

Awww cute wiener dog hope his human sees this

Thank you officer for caring

Shared

I'll take him

😘🐶

🙏🏻🙏🏻❤️

Leslie Gonzalez

Alvin Fernandez

Kari Metzler this looks like rolo

Skylar Veis

Shared to Santa Clarita valley scv lost and found dogs and cats

Shared, thank you for rescuing this cutie!

Does he respond to the name “Frank?” I had my dog stolen from me two months ago. Didn’t have him chipped unfortunately. 😞

There was a dachshund stolen in San Diego that looked like this one. Maybe?

Wow what a cutie!!! And the dog is cool too of course.

I am happy to stop by to scan if you'd like before AC gets there. (661) 733-9439.- Moderator for Lost and Found Pets of SCV.

There was a post earlier someone looking for a dog that looked like this one, no collar, no chip. I'll see if I can find it. Kathy Hill?

Was he chipped. Hate to see this pup go to Castaic.

If you dont find the owner, I will gladly take the dog

Awww

Maria Davis Watt

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Healing and Recovery: The mood at Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station on Monday was somber. Like the community we serve, we are mourning. We grieve for the Saugus High School students and the families affected by this terrible tragedy. Santa Clarita is our home too.

Our deputies constantly sharpen their skill for active shooter situations, hoping they never have to use them but if they do-- they are ready.  Deputies are trained to ‘run towards gunfire’ without any hesitation. They will preserve life at all costs, even if it means compromising their own.

Over the past month we have dealt with so much when it came to large fires and evacuations. We prepared and partnered with the community to ensure public safety was handled. 

Last Thursday, in a crisis situation, our community and partners came through. As soon as the first call came in, which was followed by a deluge of calls, station dispatchers immediately started activating ‘an army of responders.’ After neighboring agencies heard about the emergent situation, law enforcement officers from other agencies started deploying in droves to our mobile command post set up at Central Park asking, “What can we do to help?” 

There were off-duty law enforcement officers who lived near the school or had children at the school that also stepped up to the plate and assisted deputies.

In addition to law enforcement coming to the aid, we had the other first responders from LA County Fire Department and AMR racing to the scene to treat the injured and transport for emergency medical care. 

School staff and students exemplified bravery with their actions that day. They knew what to do, and acted decisively and quickly.

We will work through recovery and heal together. We urge you to take this time to strengthen your bond with family, friends and community. Support each other and be there for each other. 

We are 
# DominicStrong 
# GracieStrong
# SantaClaritaStrong
# SaugusStrong

... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

We love you all, stay safe! 💕💕💕💕💕🙏🙏🙏 From a LEO mommy, wife, mother-in-law, and grand mom (all LEO) and one Firefighter grandson.

WE aRe StR💙Ng wE aRe oNe ThaNk YoU SVC SHERIFFS

Thank you to all the First Responders. This picture shows that are sheriffs have heart. They see things we could never imagine. They have to do that day after day after day. You are in my prayers everyday thank you for keeping us safe. Thank you for everything you did for all of the children who were injured.

Thanks to all of you who work to protect and severe. I pray for all of you everyday and will continue to keep you in my prayers.

Thank you for protecting everyone specially our kids community and saugus strong

Our law enforcement officers and first responders are brave selfless people who are not paid nearly enough for what they do. They put themselves in harm's way on a daily basis. Thank you so very much.

A good job was done. I am in FL but my Daughter, Grandaughters and GreatGrandchildren are all in Santa Clarita. One of my GreatGrandChildren is in Elementary School...seeing your response and reading of the response and heroism of the teachers & students makes my mind rest easier for her. Thank You to All. Blessings of Peace to the Students & Families that are suffering loss due to the actions of one student.

One of my favorite moments from the Vigil was the prayer and tribute to all the first responders! Thank you for keeping us safe!

We have so many heroes in our town. You have my heartfelt respect and thanks. 🙏🙏

Thank you for protecting our community and all you do. 💙

Continued 🙏🙏🙏 for recovery & healing for all. Thank you for all you do to protect & serve. Be Safe. 💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙

So thankful for all you do!!

Thank you for your dedication to our community!! We love and support you.

We are so thankful for all of you.

And we thank you and are grateful for your service. 💙💙💙

Thank you to you ALL who answer the call and do what you do, every day.

You are all appreciated and in my prayers.

It was a horrible day in Santa Clarita not only lost 2 young kids while they were at school but also injured 3 others and then the shooter was just a kid himself! That is hard to fathom! Thanks to the local sheriff dept in Santa Clarita and also remember the other stations like Palmdale and Lancaster that rushed over there to help. These kind of tragedies are still happening everywhere and we wonder when will they cease? Let's all stay safe and if we see something let's say something.🥀

So proud of our community

Thank you. Your job is so hard. 💙

I’m truly blessed to live in this community, and have raised my kids here. Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Department have been there when my car was stolen, when my kids needed role models, to protect us at events, to share the jailhouse at Halloween, and so many more occasions over the years too lengthy to list. Thanks for all you do from the ground up. Thanks also to LA County Fire, AMR, and our trusty trauma & crisis teams in the ER. Much love ❤️ and gratitude! #SantaClaritaStrong

Thank you all so much!

Thank you 🙏🏻

A beautiful picture. 💜

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** FOUND DOG ** Deputy Matherly was patrolling in Canyon Country near Delight St. this evening when she found this cute pup. He was given a ride in her patrol car back to the station to keep him safe. Dispatchers are enjoying his company while they wait for an Animal Control Center officer to pick him up. We heard he’s real sweet!

... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Aaaw thaT is soooOooo NiCe 👍

Sweet....but, that happened to me and I ended up having a new pet!!

Erica Godinez and Ricardo Ramos twofer

Sharing 😥 Thank You !Deputy Matherly for picking up this 🐕 and keeping it SAFE 💘 it

Awww cute wiener dog hope his human sees this

Thank you officer for caring

Shared

I'll take him

😘🐶

🙏🏻🙏🏻❤️

Leslie Gonzalez

Alvin Fernandez

Kari Metzler this looks like rolo

Skylar Veis

Shared to Santa Clarita valley scv lost and found dogs and cats

Shared, thank you for rescuing this cutie!

Does he respond to the name “Frank?” I had my dog stolen from me two months ago. Didn’t have him chipped unfortunately. 😞

There was a dachshund stolen in San Diego that looked like this one. Maybe?

Wow what a cutie!!! And the dog is cool too of course.

I am happy to stop by to scan if you'd like before AC gets there. (661) 733-9439.- Moderator for Lost and Found Pets of SCV.

There was a post earlier someone looking for a dog that looked like this one, no collar, no chip. I'll see if I can find it. Kathy Hill?

Was he chipped. Hate to see this pup go to Castaic.

If you dont find the owner, I will gladly take the dog

Awww

Maria Davis Watt

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Additional Information and Links

Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Foundation assists local law enforcement.

This volunteer organization was formed in 1984 by local citizens to assist local law enforcement in a tangible way, purchasing equipment and crime prevention materials, as well as raising funds to help the Civilian Volunteer, Law Enforcement Explorer, and Reserve Deputy Programs at the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station.

Our Sheriff’s Explorer Program has created a volunteer partnership between youths in our community and law enforcement. The explorers, between 15 and 21 years of age, receive extensive training in an academy setting.

They then participate in community affairs and non-hazardous law enforcement activities. The explorer program is great for those youth considering a future career in law enforcement or those who just want to get involved and help out.

If you are interested in working as a Sheriff’s Explorer, please fill out the Deputy Sheriff Explorer Interest Form, or at the bottom of this page or contact Deputy Fanny Lapkin of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station at (661) 255-1121 x5160. Those who are interested in the Sheriff’s Explorer program, but do not wish to apply for the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station, should print the Interest Form and apply to the LA County Sheriff’s station of their preference.

Mission Statement/About Us

In 2010 nationwide trends and local concerns prompted officials from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station in partner with the City of Santa Clarita and the County of Los Angeles to conduct a thorough assessment into the scope of the narcotic epidemic in the Santa Clarita Valley. To address this issue The Santa Clarita Sheriff Station and the city of Santa Clarita developed and implemented the J-TEAM.

The J-Team was formed to direct concentrated attention at both juvenile and adult narcotic addiction and its primary function is to address the growing narcotic problem through education, Intervention, and Enforcement. The J-Teams approach is multi-directional, considering both the addict and their families, including detox, counseling, IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program), Residential or rehab in other states.

J-Team Contact Information
Santa Clarita Valley Station
(661) 255-1121
Sgt. Tim Vander Leek – Ext. 5198
Det. Bill Velek – Ext. 5163
Intervention Specialist Travis Sabadin – 4417