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Sheriff’s Office

The Los Angeles Community College District contracts the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department for college law enforcement services. This contract supplies the college with the full capability of a large law enforcement bureau and adds professionalism to the job of protecting students and employees. The nine campuses are organized under the leadership of the Sheriff's Community College Bureau.The Los Angeles City College Station is staffed with L.A. County Sheriff Deputies, Sheriff Department Security Officers, and College Cadets.

Each campus has its own mini sheriff's station that is staffed and equipped in the same manner as a regular station. The Los Angeles City College Station is staffed with L.A. County Sheriff Deputies, Sheriff Department Security Officers, and College Cadets. This staffing provides 24-hour security coverage for all persons visiting and using the Los Angeles City College campus. The campus is in the process of upgrading its security systems to include emergency telephones, security cameras, and alarm systems to further enhance campus safety.

The LACC Sheriff's Station operates 24 hours per day/7 days per week in Administration Building 111. 

For questions and inquiries, please call our non-emergency number at (323) 953-4005.

In an emergency, dial #3 from any campus phone or call the direct phone number to our Sheriff's Office at (323) 953-2911.

Note: Calling 911 while on campus in case of an emergency will delay response time for Sheriff's personnel to respond.

Our Core Values:

COURAGE – COMPASSION – PROFESSIONALISM – ACCOUNTABILITY – RESPECT

With integrity, compassion, and courage we serve our communities—protecting life and property, being diligent and professional in our acts and deeds, holding ourselves and each other accountable for our actions at all times, while respecting the dignity and rights of all.

Earning the Public Trust Every Day!

Mission Statement

  • To enforce the law fairly and within constitutional authority.
  • To be proactive in our approach to crime prevention.
  • To enhance public trust through accountability.
  • To maintain a constitutionally sound and rehabilitative approach to incarceration.
  • To provide a safe and secure court system.
  • To maintain peace and order.
  • To work in partnership with the communities we serve to ensure the highest possible quality of life.

Los Angeles City College | 855 N. Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles California 90029

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Phone: 323.953.4000

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Emergency: 323.953.2911