Sheriff's Department

The City contracts with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department for law enforcement services. Both the City and the County consider themselves partners in providing this service. With the Pico Rivera Station located adjacent to City Hall, the community enjoys the sense of safety and well-being that comes from having its own local police force while benefiting from the cost savings and efficiencies that a County contract offers.

Over the years, the City Council's highest priority has been ensuring the safety and security of Pico Rivera’s residents and businesses. As a result, law enforcement has consistently been the largest, single expenditure category in the City's budget.

The City supports the following law enforcement programs:

  • Problem Specific Policing (PSP) Team
  • Vandalism Enforcement Team (VET)
  • Narcotics Enforcement Team (NET)
  • Operation Safe Streets (OSS)
  • Helicopter Patrol
  • Gang Crime Suppression Program (GCSP)
  • Traffic Safety Program
  • Motorcycle Traffic Enforcement
  • Commercial Traffic Enforcement
  • Bicycle Apprehension Team (BAT)
  • Business License Investigation, Housing Task Force
  • Success Through Awareness & Resistance (S.T.A.R.)
  • School Attendance Review Board (SARB)
  • School Resource Deputy
  • Park Policing Program
  • Family Abuse Intervention and Resources (FAIR)
  • Community Relations Program
  • Operation Kid Print
  • Neighborhood Watch
  • Neighborhood Outreach Program
  • Business Watch
  • Citizen Ride-Along Program
  • Citizen Academy
  • Civilian Volunteer Program
  • Volunteers on Patrol (V.O.P.) Program
  • Sheriff's Reserve Program
  • Sheriff's Law Enforcement Explorer Program
  • Pico Rivera Individual Development & Ethics (P.R.I.D.E.)
  • Sheriff’s Youth Athletic League (Y.A.L.)  * New as of October 2011
  • Pico Rivera Public Safety Service Scholarship Fund       
  • Safety Through Our Perseverance - Intervention Team (STOP-IT)
  • Safe Drug Drop-Off Program
  • “We-Tip” School Safety Program
  • Crime Stoppers anonymous Tip line         

For non-emergency situations, please call or visit the Sheriff’s Station at:

LA County Sheriff’s Department – Pico Rivera Station
6631 Passons Boulevard

If you have an emergency, please call 9-1-1.

Megan’s Law

Residents can access the Megan’s Law website through the Attorney General of the State of California at

Residents can also access a nationwide search through the U.S. Department of Justice Sex Offender Public Website.