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Law enforcement

    Santa Clarita To Celebrate 31st Annual National Night Out Saturday

    Santa Clarita Valley law enforcement and city officials are looking to spread the word on crime prevention  with an informational event at Central Park on Saturday.

    CHP Announces First Open Application Period Of 2014

    Anyone interested in applying for a position with the California Highway Patrol can get ready for the next open application period, from Monday, July 7 to Thursday, July 10. The CHP is looking to fill officer positions throughout the state.

    How The City Of Santa Clarita Funds Its Fight Against Crime

    Santa Clarita City Council members are set to approve Tuesday a new five-year contract likely to include more than $21 million of service from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, which is how services for the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station is funded. And the process that funds the Santa Clarita Valley’s law enforcement is part of about a yearlong negotiation, said Capt. Rick Mouwen of the Sheriff’s Department’s Contract Law Enforcement Bureau. The Sheriff’s Department finishes its previous five-year contract with the city of Santa Clarita in June, which is what prompted the negotiation process.

    Los Angeles County Sheriff Candidates Answer Questions At Forum

    Several Santa Clarita Valley news outlets took part in a candidate forum April 5 in which five Los Angeles County sheriff candidates were asked several questions about law enforcement

    Santa Clarita Sheriff's Station Captain Hosts 2nd Coffee With The Captain

    Santa Clarita Valley residents will have a chance to meet the new Sheriff’s Station captain Wednesday at Starbucks on Golden Valley Road in Canyon Country. Capt. Roosevelt Johnson, a longtime Santa Clarita Valley resident, is hosting a series of public outreach meetings called Coffee with the Captain at each “zone” in the Santa Clarita Valley. The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station’s Crime Prevention Unit, which is essentially patrol division of the station, created eight zones for the Santa Clarita Valley.

    Agua Dulce Man, LAPD Detective Supervisor Seeks Sheriff's Office

    Agua Dulce resident Lou Vince, a detective supervisor with the Los Angeles Police Department, is running for sheriff to bring “a broader perspective” to the Sheriff’s Department, he said Thursday. “I see the office of the sheriff as a leader in the criminal justice system,” Vince said, adding that the office of Sheriff provides the opportunity to go beyond just finding the best ways tomake arrests, which is the focus of the LAPD. “I want to improve outcomes for people, instead of finding new and better ways to put them in jail, which is what cops are in the business of,” Vince said, “and improving the county as a whole.”

    Sheriff's Commander, Santa Clarita Captain To Appear On 'Neighborhood Watch'

    The “Neighborhood Watch” on Santa Clarita Valley’s hometown station, KHTS AM-1220, is featuring two prominent Sheriff’s Department officials for its lineup of guests in April. On Thursday, the show, which is hosted by the radio station’s news director Perry Smith, will feature a live interview with Sheriff’s Department Commander Mike Parker. Two weeks later, the show is scheduled to feature an interview with Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station Capt. Roosevelt Johnson. Both shows will also feature Deputy Josh Dubin of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station's Crime Prevention Unit as in-studio guest.

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station Captain Discusses Newest Assignment

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station Capt. Roosevelt Johnson discusses his experience in Sheriff's Department as he settles into new job as Santa Clarita's top law enforcement official

    Update: Hart District, Magic Mountain Law Enforcement Approved By County Board

    Several decisions by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors affecting the Hart District, Acton water ratepayers and law enforcement at Six Flags Magic Mountain were on the agenda for Tuesday's board meeting.

    Santa Clarita Makes List Of 50 Safest Cities In California

    Santa Clarita was ranked No. 37 of the 50 safest cities in California, according to a recent poll by a website that looked at crime rates statewide