Tactical procedures and considerations for conducting a felony / high-risk traffic stop, including vehicle positioning, configurations for different numbers of personnel, verbal commands, and less-lethal weapons deployment.
The multi-agency Taskforce for Regional Autotheft Prevention (TRAP) shares information on California’s temporary license plates, which received a major overhaul in 2019, in an effort to reduce the opportunities for criminals to circumvent stolen vehicle identification, tolls, and traffic cameras.
This video provides information on creating a tactical containment, and the related roles and responsibilities.
Information on basic steps to take in order to help protect much of your personal information online.
Information from Metrolink on responding to scenes involving a train.
Professor Badgey shares information for kids, pre-teens, and teens about basic online safety including: How to choose a password How to keep you passwords safe What to avoid sharing on social media
The LA Found program is a collaboration between the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, the Department of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Service and Project Lifesaver International to provide potentially life-saving resources to individuals with Alzheimer’s or autism, who are at-risk for wandering. This video explains the LA Found program, and the tracking technology used Read More …
These three Public Service Announcements deal with the safe storage of firearms, which is required by Los Angeles and California laws. If they’re not secure, they’re not safe.
Law Enforcement officers provide backup when their partners need it in the field, and if we feel one of our partners may be a danger to him or herself, we owe it to them to provide the backup they need in that respect, too. Too many officers and deputies have taken their own lives, and Read More …
Meet Sergeant Jennifer Knore, serving the LASD since 2004. Sergeant Knore is currently a sergeant at Norwalk Sheriff’s Station, having recently promoted from her assignment at Special Victims Bureau, where she investigated child abuse and felony sexual assault allegations. In her off time, Segeant Knore volunteers as a Big Sister with the Boys and Girls Read More …