The Walnut Sheriff's Station serves the cities of Walnut, Diamond Bar, and unincorporated areas of Rowland Heights and Covina. The Sheriff's personnel provide a number of programs and services to keep Walnut a safe community. Programs serving Walnut include Bike Patrol, Volunteers on Patrol, Neighborhood Watch, and Substance Abuse Narcotics Education to name a few. This station is under the guidance of Captain Jeff Scroggin. For more information on these or other services contact the Walnut Sheriff's Station at (909) 595-2264.
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Walnut Sheriff's Station
21695 E. Valley Boulevard
VOLUNTEERS ON PATROL
The City of Walnut and the Walnut/Diamond Bar Sheriff's Station is looking for community members to volunteer for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Volunteers on Patrol. These dedicated individuals are the eyes and ears of the Sheriff’s department and conduct residential vacation checks, traffic control, and issue parking citations among other duties. To become a VOP, you need to be 18 years of age or older, not be convicted of a felony crime, have a valid California driver’s license and must also undergo a background investigation. VOPs work at least 16 hours per month and attend regularly scheduled meetings.
Applications are available at the Walnut/Diamond Bar Sheriff’s Station located at 21695 E. Valley Boulevard or contact Volunteer Coordinator Sergeant Mark Saldecke at (909) 595-2264 or at email@example.com.
To see the Walnut/Diamond Bar Sheriff's Station Volunteers on Patrol information brochure click here.
Click here to visit the Walnut/Diamond Bar Sheriff’s Station website: Walnut Sheriff's Station