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    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station Shares Holiday Shopping Safety Tips

    The holiday season is here and holiday shoppers are already lining up for sales. The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station has compiled a list of 10 holiday shopping safety tips for the community to remember during this holiday season.

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Ensure Safety With Crime Prevention Unit

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station’s Deputy Josh Dubin writes about some of the many things that the SCV Deputies have been doing to ensure safety in the valley.

    Drug Drop-Off Continues To Protect The Environment & Community

    Since the LASD started the Safe Drug Drop-off program four years ago (2009), the public has shown a strong willingness to help protect the environment and reduce the possibility of unused prescription drugs falling into the wrong hands.

    LASD Shares Tips To Stay Cool And Stay Safe During The Heat Wave

    Temperatures are reaching into the triple-digits causing distress to humans and animals alike.

    Santa Clarita Sheriff's Station Officials Hold Deputy Training Exercise At COC

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies held a Sheriff’s Department training exercise Wednesday at College of the Canyons in Valencia.

    Officers Arrest Suspect In High Speed Pursuit On Highway 118

    California Highway Patrol Officers arrested a 20-year-old male on probation for evading arrest and vehicle theft after a high speed pursuit Wednesday, according to police reports.

    Palmdale Sheriff’s Deputy In Court On Rape Charges Gets Case Continued

    Jose Rigaberto Sanchez, 28, a Valencia man who was a deputy at the Palmdale Sheriff’s Station will be back in court next week at the Foltz Criminal Justice Center after an arraignment Wednesday.

    126 Teens Graduate Sheriff’s Alternative Youth Program

    126 students graduated from the LA County Sheriff’s Vital Intervention and Directional Alternatives program last weekend. VIDA focuses on risk factors that increase the likelihood of juvenile delinquency.