- Second District
Los Angeles County is moving forward to strengthen the safety net for children who have been victims of sex trafficking. After two years of work, county departments are working together to provide wraparound services for these young people.
Roslyn de la Torre was on her way to work when she saw a crowd gathered around a man who had collapsed of an apparent heart attack on the sidewalk. A registered nurse, de la Torre got out of her car and immediately began giving the man CPR. Within 4 minutes, the paramedics arrived but it may well have been de la Torre’s quick actions that saved Elbert Kirby’s life. With a person suffering a heart attack, the first two minutes can determine life or death.
In a show of strong support for the creation of a citizen’s oversight commission, hundreds of people attended Tuesday’s board of supervisor’s meeting to demand a civilian role in reforming the department.
Los Angeles County incarcerates the largest population of mentally ill people of any county in the nation. District Attorney Jackie Lacey, jail reform advocates, fiscal watchdogs, and the supervisors all have voiced concerns about the County’s inhumane and expensive system, which repeatedly cycles mentally ill people in and out of custody.
The United States imprisons approximately 70,000 youths nationwide on any given day. Annually, the U.S. spends about $88,000 per juvenile—the costliest and highest youth incarceration rate in the world.
Are you involved with a community based organization or faith based organization and interested in providing realignment services to the Probation or Sheriff department? You may view the County of Los Angeles’ Request for Proposals…Read more
This page may be used to register your cell phone number, Voice over IP phone number, and e-mail address with the Alert LA County Emergency Mass Notification System. Listed and unlisted land line telephone numbers…Read more
With over nine million victims each year nationally, identity theft is the fastest growing crime in Los Angeles County. In the cyber age, where information is dispersed across the web, just being careful isn’t enough…Read more
For graffiti removal in the unincorporated areas of the Los Angeles County, you may contact the Department of Public Works Graffiti Hotline at (800) 675-4357. The hotline is available with live operators 24 hours a…Read more
The “Crime Mapping” tool has been developed to help law enforcement agencies throughout North America provide the public with valuable information about recent crime activity in their neighborhood. Its goal is to assist police departments…Read more
What will you need if disaster strikes? Emergency preparedness means planning ahead. Thanks to the Los Angeles County of Public Health, the checklist of items below makes it easy. Go over them with your family…Read more
Neighborhood Watch Los Angeles County has had a tradition of isolation that creates and feeds crime. There is no better way to combat isolation, foster community, and crack down on crime than the creation of…Read more
Second Supervisorial District Sheriff Stations Carson Station Captain Bernice Abrams Acting Captain, Lt. Eddie Rivero 21356 S. Avalon Blvd. Carson 90745 Business Phone: 310-830-1123 Century Station Captain Joseph M. Gooden 11703 S. Alameda Street Lynwood,…Read more