Sheriff Lee Baca
Orange County Undersheriff John Scott has been appointed the interim sheriff for LA County as Sheriff Lee Baca prepares to retire this week.
The annual independent review of the LA County Sheriff’s Department released Thursday offered a positive opinion of Sheriff Lee Baca and a harsher survey of the department.
The widow of an 80-year-old man fatally shot by Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies filed a lawsuit Friday against the county, Sheriff Lee Baca and several deputies.
Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca Tuesday announced he will retire at the end of the month after 16 years as the head of the department.
Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca is expected to step down on Tuesday after 16 years of service, according to the Los Angeles Times.
A special program in the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department that gave preferential hiring treatment to friends and relatives of its employees — even some with criminal records — is now over, according to reports Thursday.
In federal court, he is only known by his initials: L – F.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Tuesday admitted to employing as many as 80 deputies with questionable backgrounds.
As four more Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies pleaded Not-Guilty to allegations over inmate abuse, a number of current inmates painted a different picture of life inside Los Angeles County Jail.
Two Los Angeles County Supervisors warned Tuesday of more to come in the fallout from the FBI’s corruption probe of the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department.
Sheriff Lee Baca Accused Of Retaliating Against Deputies For Backing Opponent In Next Year’s Election
Some Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies have accused Sheriff Lee Baca of retaliating against them for backing his opponent in next year’s election.
A federal jury has found Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca personally liable for failing to stop inmate abuse in Men’s Central Jail.
Federal authorities have opened a civil rights investigation into whether Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies engaged in a pattern of abuse of inmates.
Residents of Culver City were set to join their neighbors for the city’s first “National Night Out” on Tuesday to mark the event’s 30th anniversary.
Officials from the Sheriff’s Department are under fire Wednesday for hosting what some called a racially offensive comedy show during a department luncheon.