We have some sad news to report this morning. Senior Detention Services Officer (DSO) Stanley Guyness with the Los Angeles County Probation Department passed away suddenly yesterday. He collapsed at Los Padrinos Juvenile Hall in Downey, where he worked. Fellow officers immediately tried to help him and perform CPR. Guyness was rushed to St. Francis Medical Center, where he passed away. There is no word on the cause of his death. Senior DSO Guyness was 45 years old.
Once sheriff’s Deputy Lisa Dolan learned that there was a child inside the wrecked car she saw before her on Interstate 5 near the Grapevine, things changed.
The general election is less than two weeks away on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. When you cast your ballot, please remember to keep law enforcement in mind. Here is a list of the candidates and measures AOCDS is endorsing:
Orange County Undersheriff Don Barnes appeared to be on track to become the county’s new sheriff, but it was unclear late Tuesday if he could lock the position and avoid a November run-off.
AOCDS President Tom Dominguez sent the following letter of support to the presidents of the San Bernardino Police Officers Association and the San Bernardino County Safety Employees’ Benefit Association on December 5, 2015. President Laren Leichliter San Bernardino County Safety Employees’…
Deputy Roger Hilton handily won his re-election as the elected Safety Member on the OCERS Board of Retirement. We couldn’t have done it without your support. Our pensions are one of the most important benefits we earn while serving the residents of Orange…