Portrait of Captain Mark Reyes in uniform, sitting infront of the American Flag

Captain
Mark Reyes

Temple Sheriff's Station

(626) 285-7171
8838 Las Tunas Dr. Temple City, CA 91780

Serving the areas of: Chantry Flats, Monrovia-Arcadia-Duarte, City of Bradbury, City of Duarte, City of Rosemead, City of South El Monte, Temple City, North San Gabriel/East Pasadena, South San Gabriel.

Temple Sheriff's Station

(626) 285-7171
8838 Las Tunas Dr. Temple City, CA 91780

Serving the areas of: Chantry Flats, Monrovia-Arcadia-Duarte, City of Bradbury, City of Duarte, City of Rosemead, City of South El Monte, Temple City, North San Gabriel/East Pasadena, South San Gabriel.

Portrait of Captain Mark Reyes in uniform, sitting infront of the American Flag

Captain
Mark Reyes

Information and Updates

Man arrested for Narcotics Sales in connection with Venice Homeless Outreach Organization

Man arrested for Narcotics Sales in connection with Venice Homeless Outreach Organization 1024 768 SIB Staff

Narcotics Bureau investigators served a two-location search warrant in the Venice area of Los Angles on Thursday, July 22, 2021, after receiving information of a potential narcotics dealer disguising himself…

read more

LA County Health Officer order to mask while indoors

LA County Health Officer order to mask while indoors 1024 249 SIB Staff

LOS ANGELES COUNTY HEALTH OFFICER ORDER MODIFICATION MASKING WHILE INDOORS July 16, 2021 Forcing the vaccinated and those who already contracted COVID-19 to wear masks indoors is not backed by…

read more

Updated Information

Nixle

Twitter

Additional Information and Links

In 1926, Temple Station was established as Station Number 5. Temple Station has had at least 4 different locations over the years, but it has been at its current site since 1957.

To date, Temple Station has lost two of its Deputies:

The first to give his life in the service of the Temple Station Community was Deputy Harold S. Blevins, who was murdered on October 12,1957. He was responding to a robbery in progress call where he was fatally shot by a career criminal and recent parolee.

The second and hopefully the last was Deputy David W. March in 2002. He too was shot by a career criminal, who fled the country to escape prosecution.

After remaining in hiding in Mexico for several years. He was eventually extradited and subsequently plead guilty, and is now serving his sentence in a California prison.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department immortalized Deputy David W. March’s words and adopted them as our department creed.

“My goals are simple, I will always be painfully honest, work as hard as I can, learn as much as I can and hopefully make a difference in people’s lives.”

Deputy David W. March EOW April 29, 2002

Vital Intervention, Directional Alternatives (VIDA) is a structured 16-week educational, intervention program utilizing Department personnel, volunteers, and community based organizations to provide an opportunity for non-violent “at-risk” youth to learn how to make better life choices and take responsibility for planning their future.

Participants are exposed to, and learn the importance of: Choices and Consequences; Community Service; Physical Training and Health Education; Counseling for the Participants and their Families; Career Guidance; and Life Skills Development.

Staff members provide drug testing and substance abuse counseling, crisis intervention, conduct mental health assessments, develop case-management plans, conduct home and school checks, and provide family guidance counseling and parenting classes.

The program requires participants to attend eight-hour Saturday sessions which focuses on cognitive approaches to addressing criminogenic behavior issues. Each week, the participants and their parents attend 90-minute mid-week, counseling group classes, which focus on family issues and parenting tools and techniques.

After-school enrichment, mentoring, homework assistance, book club, softball, basketball, art programs, hiking club, FamCamp, community service programs, and fitness program.

Call Temple Sheriff’s Station for more details at (626) 285-7171.

When you leave town for a while or you just have the issue with that strange car or person that makes you nervous during that strange hour of day or night. It may not always be a crime, but we can check that out for you.

Remember if you see something, say something.

Whenever you have the need for an extra patrol in your neighborhood, please contact Temple Station at 626-285-7171 and request an extra patrol. As we find a moment, we can check on your concern.

When calling for an extra patrol, please be ready with the dates requested, your name and telephone number, the location to be given special attention, any specific time of day of your concern, and the reason for your request.

We will also need a person we can contact for you in the event of emergency or problem at your location.

It may be for a vacation check, a strange occurrence or something that just doesn’t seem right.

Deputy Hector Figueroa
Temple Station
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
626-285-7171