Orange County Sheriff’s Department Airport Operations Capt. Wayne Byerley was recognized Tuesday, Feb. 21, by the United States National Guard and Reserve Force for his support of employee participation in the Reserves.
With every stride and every passing mile, they remembered someone who gave the ultimate sacrifice.
More than a dozen Orange County Sheriff’s Department employees on Feb. 12 laced up their shoes for the annual Los Angeles Run to Remember to pay tribute to fallen first responders, including OCSD’s own nine fallen heroes
Others were singled out for acts of bravery or for investigative skills.
And some, through a single act of compassion, took the concept of customer service to a higher level.
Whatever the reasons, the 10 members of the Orange County Sheriff's Department, who received Meritorious Service Awards at the 2017 Law Enforcement and Firefighters Annual Appreciation Dinner, were deserving of recognition.
Deputy Matthew Jonte receives his new badge from his mother, Lisa, at the OCSD laterals swearing-in ceremony Feb. 2. Photo by Steven Georges/Behind the Badge OC
The Orange County Sheriff's Department recently began streamlining its process of hiring peace officers with on-the-job experience.The department is quite pleased with the results.
Since Nov. 1, OCSD has processed more than 50 applications from prospective laterals – officers and deputies with experience from other law enforcement agencies – including several who’ve been hired and sworn in.
Football fans across the country will tune in to the Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 5, and for many, the event often includes alcohol. The California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) and the Orange County Sheriff’s Department are teaming up with law enforcement across the state for a special “Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk” campaign to urge all football fans to call the right play on Super Bowl weekend and pass the keys to a sober driver before the drinking begins.
The Sheriff’s Department will deploy additional officers on special DUI saturation patrols specifically to stop and arrest drivers showing signs of alcohol or drug impairment during and following the game. As part of the Super Bowl Sunday enforcement efforts, police, sheriff and the CHP will be on heightened alert ready to stop and arrest any impaired driver.
On every call, she starts at the head and works her way down, careful not to miss anything.
Did the decedent suffer any trauma, and if so, where and what kind?
What was the approximate time of death?
Any tattoos or other distinctive body markings?
As an Orange County Sheriff’s Department deputy coroner investigator who responds to death scenes — from traffic accidents to unattended deaths in homes, to babies who pass away unexpectedly to homicides and freeway jumpers —- Michelle Hartney deals in hard, cold and disturbing facts.
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