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Acting Captain
Duane Allen

South Los Angeles Sheriff's Station

South Los Angeles Station (323) 820-6700, Lawndale (310) 219-2750
1310 W. Imperial Highway, Los Angeles, California 90044

Serving the areas of: Athens, Del Aire, El Camino Village, City of Lawndale, Lennox, Moneta Gardens, Wiseburn.

South Los Angeles Sheriff's Station

South Los Angeles Station (323) 820-6700, Lawndale (310) 219-2750
1310 W. Imperial Highway, Los Angeles, California 90044

Serving the areas of: Athens, Del Aire, El Camino Village, City of Lawndale, Lennox, Moneta Gardens, Wiseburn.

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Acting Captain
Duane Allen

Information and Updates

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Protect your information #FraudFriday- EBT Scam Los Angeles County’s Department of Public Social Services (DPSS) has issued a warning about the latest scam targeting Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) cardholders using…

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Lasd’s Mounted Enforcement Detail

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Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Mental Evaluation Team (MET) responded to City of Long Beach regarding a critical missing person.

The patient with Schizophrenia, walked off from a treatment facility in the Long Beach area. The patient had not been seen for 40 minutes prior to MET deputies’ arrival. He was reportedly wearing his issued “LA Found” program bracelet in good working condition.

MET responded to conduct the ground search using “Project Lifesaver” tracker equipment. Shortly after “Air-8” joined in the search, the helicopter picked up the signal from the patient’s wristband. Working together, the helicopter crew and MET personnel located the man in about 20 minutes.

This is the seventh successful location of a critical missing person since the “LA Found” program began in September of 2018.

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Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Mental Evaluation Team (MET) responded to City of Long Beach regarding a critical missing person.

The patient with Schizophrenia, walked off from a treatment facility in the Long Beach area. The patient had not been seen for 40 minutes prior to MET deputies’ arrival. He was reportedly wearing his issued “LA Found” program bracelet in good working condition.

MET responded to conduct the ground search using “Project Lifesaver” tracker equipment. Shortly after “Air-8” joined in the search, the helicopter picked up the signal from the patient’s wristband. Working together, the helicopter crew and MET personnel located the man in about 20 minutes.

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Additional Information and Links

Aubry Center building

Recently refurbished, the Audrey and Sydney Irmas
Youth Activity Center houses the South Los Angeles
Sheriff’s Station Youth Activity League, a venue that
offers to local children organized sports activities,
tutoring, and an opportunity to interact with responsible
adults in a safe and secure environment. The Sheriff’s
Department currently operates ten Youth Activity
Leagues throughout the County.
Established in 1971, the leagues provide thousands of
youngsters with organized activities such as boxing,
aerobics, karate, weight training, tutoring, scouting, and
summer employment. All of the programs are tied to
education. To participate, each child must strive to
maintain a “C” average minimum or be involved in the
league’s tutoring program.

Operated under the auspices of the Sheriff’s Youth
Foundation, and funded by grants and charitable
donations, the programs espouse multi-culturalism
without economic boundaries. Each child receives
lessons on self-esteem, peer pressure, empowerment,
social values, and other areas of self-enrichment.

11911 Vermont Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90044
Business Phone: (323) 242-8784
Hours of Operation:
9:00am to 6:00pm
Monday – Friday

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