The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office has taken steps to fire seven deputies over their alleged involvement in a secret cops' clique that called themselves the "Jump Out Boys.
What does LACSO stand for?
LACSO stands for Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office
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Lakhwayah signs deal with US security A letter of intent has been signed between the Internal Security Forces (ISF) Lakhwayah and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office (LASO), on the sidelines of Milipol Qatar 2012.
Sheriff Lee Baca of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office wants a seat at the federal policymaking table when it comes to issues of protecting the homeland and fighting terrorism.
MCI's two biggest ISTV clients are the Federal Bureau of Prisons and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office is handling the investigation and will try to determine within the next 30 to 90 days how the gun went off.
According to sources in the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office, shortly after the 1989 Stockton schoolyard attack, a reporter and photographer from the now-defunct Los Angeles Herald Examiner asked a deputy to demonstrate AK-47 power by shooting a watermelon with one.