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News ImageApril 24, 2015  K9 Kilo's End of Watch - April 23, 2015The Orange County Sheriff’s Department’s K9 unit is saddened to announce the passing of retired Police Service Dog, “Kilo”. Kilo, a thirteen year old Belgian Malinois/Dutch Shepherd mix, was in a great deal of pain due to several fused vertebrae that medication was unable to relieve. On the early morning of April 23rd, 2015, OCSD had to say goodbye to Kilo.
News ImageApril 22, 2015  Family of Missing Woman Offers $5K RewardSANTA ANA, Calif. – (April 22, 2015) – The family of Erica Alonso, missing since February 15, 2015, has offered a $5K reward for information leading to her whereabouts. Alonso went missing early on the morning of Sunday, February 15, 2015, after leaving her boyfriend’s house in the city of Irvine. She is believed to have driven away in her 2014 Honda Civic, which has since been located in the city of Aliso Viejo, approximately one mile from her residence. ( View PDF )
News ImageApril 21, 2015  Remembering Deputy Robert SchultzToday we remember a fallen hero – OCSD Deputy Robert Schultz

On April 21, 1958, Deputy Robert Schultz was shot and killed after he and his partner stopped an old school bus being driven by a mentally disturbed man.

The man's family was riding in the bus and had displayed signs for help in the windows. The deputies stopped the bus near Dana Point and started getting the family off of the bus. As they did so, the man ordered his 11-year-old son to shoot the deputies and the boy opened fire with a .22 caliber rifle. Deputy Shultz was struck by a round and killed, and his partner was wounded.

News ImageApril 16, 2015  2015 North Los Angeles Explorer CompetitionTwenty Orange County Sheriff's Explorers spent April 10-12 in North Los Angeles competing in the 2015 North LA Explorer Competition. Post Coordinator Sergeant Dan Daniels (Reserve Bureau), Post Advisors Deputy Gregg Surrell (Yorba Linda Police Services), Deputy Edith Lucero (North Patrol) and Deputy Hugo Huerta (Mission Viejo Police Services) accompanied the Explorers on their journey. The Sheriff's team competed against over 290 explorers from Explorer Posts throughout the state.
News ImageApril 16, 2015  National Public Safety Telecommunicators WeekIt’s National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week!

OCSD Radio Dispatchers receive 9-1-1 and other calls from the public for contract cities and unincorporated county areas, receiving 2,500 calls on an average day. They dispatch all calls for service, maintain two-way radio contact with Deputies in the field and coordinate radio communications with allied agencies twenty-four hours a day.
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