Los Angeles County Probation Department

  • Agency: Los Angeles County Probation Department
  • Address: 9150 Imperial Hwy, Downey, 90242 CA
  • Chief:
Phone: (562) 940-2554

Los Angeles County Probation Department is located at 9150 Imperial Hwy, Downey, 90242 CA. The Los Angeles County Probation Department phone number is (562) 940-2554.

Los Angeles County Probation Department News

The hearts of the entire L.A. County Probation family are saddened by the loss of 27-year employee Ron Taylor and our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends. Ron worked at Challenger Memorial Youth Center for most of his @lacprobation career and was a beloved colleague. https://www.gofundme.com/69mm7m-the-taylor-family?pc=tw_dn_cpgntopnavlarge_r&rcid=r01-152174923628-ea10f2a1d8b34885

County of Los Angeles Probation and Public Library Departments Team Up to Give Probation Youth Opportunity to Explore Local Library

The Los Angeles County Probation Department is mourning the loss of Assistant Probation Director Steve Napoli. Steve was an exemplary and dedicated employee for nearly 24 years and was a fondly regarded peer and youth advocate.This is a heartbreaking time for all of us @lacprobation, especially for Steve’s current and past colleagues. A Go Fund Me page has been set up to help Steve's family. Rest in peace Steve. https://www.gofundme.com/steve-napoli-memorial?pc=tw_dn_cpgntopnavlarge_r&rcid=r01-152165742207-a350c6f350894cde

Los Angeles County Probation is proud to team up with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station to keep our communities safe.

Los Angeles County is one of the nation’s major hubs for sex trafficking—specifically children. The Los Angeles County Probation Department continues to be a national leader in the fight to help save these young victims. National Human Trafficking Awareness Day is observed annually on January 11; however, the entire month of January has been dedicated to shining a much needed light on this epidemic. On Monday, January 29, Camp Joseph Scott, the Department’s all-female juvenile residential treatment facility, hosted its first Youth Dignity Restoration Symposium, a morning of dialogue intended to educate Probation staff and the youth in their care about the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC). Deputy Probation Officer (DPO) Jerron Mosley came up with the idea for the symposium, seeing the need for a program that would educate probation youth about the nuances of the sex trafficking industry. Representatives from Operation Read and the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (DMH) attended the seminar which included tips for girls to build confidence, self-reliance and empowerment. “This call to action symposium was critical to all attendees,” said Camp Scott Director Sharmane Franklin. “I was utterly impressed with how focused our girls were and the questions they asked. DPO Mosley has formed a profound bond with our youth and is deeply committed to the safety, dignity, education, and protection of our youth, namely our CSEC population.” Keynote speakers and CSEC survivors Tika Thornton and Barbara Vasquez offered valuable insight into understanding trauma and the value of utilizing therapy as a part of recovery. Thornton and Vasquez, who met decades earlier as probation youth housed at Camp Scott, now work as Crisis Response Case Managers at local community based organizations whose mission is to serve youth who are victims of sex crimes. Their shared personal and professional insight into the human trafficking industry led to a robust discussion with the Camp Scott youth about the physical and psychological consequences of “the life.” “The authenticity and depth that the presenters brought to the room during the human trafficking presentation struck a chord deep within all of us,” said DMH therapist Dr. Aaron Karpman. “The feedback I received from my clients, fellow therapists, and probation officers was unanimously positive and heartfelt. I hope we can have this presentation and presenters as a regular part of the program at Camp Scott.”

Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Honor Deputy Probation Officer Catherine Brennan http://file.lacounty.gov/SDSInter/probation/1033143_CatherineBrennanHonoredbyBOS012318.pdf

Check out the home page for @CountyofLA. Probation's Campus Kilpatrick and the L.A. Model is featured along with wonderful video about the facility. lacounty.gov

Santa Claus and staff at the LA County Probation East Los Angeles Field Office provided toys today to the youth of some probation clients.

LOS ANGELES COUNTY PROBATION DEPARTMENT CRIME PREVENTION/BREAST CANCER AWARENESS FAIR When: Wednesday, October 26, 2016 11:00a.m. to 2:00p.m. Where: Hall of Records (small Quad area on Hill Street) 320 W. Temple Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 CONNECTING YOU TO SERVICES BY COLLABORATING WITH COMMUNITY STAKEHOLDERS TO PROVIDE FREE INFORMATION & RESOURCES RELATED TO: * Health and Mental Health * Victim Services * Legal Assistance * & much more

LOS ANGELES COUNTY PROBATION DEPARTMENT 3rd District Van Nuys/ East San Fernando Valley Office will be hosting a Resource Fair The fair is free and open to the public. WHEN: May 18, 2016 10:00a.m. to 2:00p.m. WHERE: Van Nuys Civic Center 6262 Van Nuys Blvd. Van Nuys, California 91401. Free information and materials will be available related to: Health Education Childcare Housing Employment Legal Many other areas For more information visit: http://probation.lacounty.gov or Call: Tracy at (562) 477-8158 or Tara at (818) 904-8085

LOS ANGELES COUNTY PROBATION DEPARTMENT SANTA MONICA RESOURCE FAIR When: Thursday, April 21, 2016 10:00a.m. to 2:00p.m. Where: Santa Monica Courthouse 1725 Main Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401 IN COLLABORATION WITH 3RD DISTRICT COMMUNITY STAKEHOLDERS, FREE INFORMATION & RESOURCES WILL BE AVAILABLE RELATED TO: Health & Mental Health Education Legal & Victims Assistance Housing & Childcare Safety & Sober Living And much more! For more information, contact Tracy Jordan-Johnson at (562) 477-8158

On February 18, 2016, Assistant Chief Margarita Perez was presented with a plaque of appreciation for her vision, dedication, and leadership to the L.A. County, Public Safety Realignment Bureau (AB 109) who works relentlessly to help former inmates successfully transition into our community. The AB 109 Bureau wishes Assistant Chief Perez much success and luck in her retirement from the Los Angeles County Probation Department.

The remarkable ladies of Nu Alpha Delta Multicultural Sorority, Incorporated held their annual “I Am My Sister’s Keeper Honoree Luncheon” on Saturday, February 6, 2016 in the main ballroom of the Carson Community Center. The event annually highlights phenomenal ladies from various ethnicities for their consistent positive contribution in the community. One male is selected based on his untiring spirit of community enhancement and intervention to aid and support the female gender. The “2013 Champion of Social Justice Award” recipient was Los Angeles 9th District Councilmember Curren D. Price Jr. who was in attendance this year. The “2016 Champion of Social Justice Award” recipient is Los Angeles Police Department Lieutenant Andre Dawson (recent retired). Andre Dawson was the Lead Detective in the Metropolitan Human Trafficking Task Force. He also worked with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Child Exploitation Task Force. He continues volunteer service with both units. The honorees below were extremely impressed with the sorority’s mission and service in the community; whereas, they requested and approved honorary membership with the dynamic ladies of Nu Alpha Delta Multicultural Sorority, Incorporated. Michelle Chambers, California 64th District Senior Field Deputy Rosario Hull, Riverside County Probation Assistant Chief Connie LaFaye Baker, Hollywood stunt performer/stunt woman, LACO Deputy Probation Officer Rebecca King Crews, CEO & Founder at Crews Arts Ltd. (keynote speaker) Mankaa Fokwa, Family Nurse Practitioner, CEO/CFO Bafut Medical Center Project 2015 Honoree Dr. Janalyn Gylmph (recent retired) LAUSD Personnel Director

Post Released Community Supervision deputies make a difference in the lives of those they serve!

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Los Angeles County's Post Released Community Supervision (AB109) wishes everyone a safe, prosperous and productive New Year as we continue to collaborate with our community partners changing lives for the better, one at a time. Thanks to all for your unending support to assist us in enhancing community safety for Los Angeles County.

The Professional Standards Bureau had its 3rd annual holiday party on December 17th. A portion of the funds raised throughout the year were used to feed 125 families in need. On behalf of the committee and PSB, thank you for your continued support of the snack shops located at headquarters and the Probation Training Center.

Los Angeles County Probation Department's Post Released Community Supervision (AB109) Bureau wishes you and your family a very happy, healthy and safe holiday season!

During this Holiday season and during the cold winter months, please do not forget our furry friends. Yesterday I had the privilege of being selected to adopt the Pet of the Week that was profiled at the Board of Supervisor’s weekly meeting. Under my watch she’ll no doubt be a spoiled pup. Happy Holidays everyone!

On Friday, December 11, 2015, heathRight 360 initiated the "Wrap Around The Homeless" event at 6th and Gladys on Skid Row to provide hygiene kits, blankets and other needed items to our homeless supervised persons residing in Skid Row. Below are Probation deputies who participated in this event to serve their Los Angeles homeless community.

Congratulations to AB 109 Director Pineda for receiving the CPOC Award of Excellence for the Southern Region on December 10 in Monterey for the outstanding job he has done in the development of the AB109 Program since it's inception in October of 2011.

Last Friday dignitaries joined Sheriff Jim McDonnell, at the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Headquarters in Monterey Park, to dedicate the newly formed Los Angeles County Human Trafficking Task Force. This truly collaborative setting will house federal, state, county, municipal and non-government partners as they focus on rescuing and providing victim-centered, trauma-informed services to this vulnerable population. Special thanks to our own Probation Director Michelle Guymon for her leadership as one of the primary advisors to the Sheriff on the establishment of a national model where co-located partners will work side by side in addressing every facet of human trafficking.

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