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Today, Thursday, November 19, 2020, marks the anniversary of Deputy Ezra Stanley’s death. I would like to take the time to honor his sacrifice, and may it serve as a reminder to all of you who continue to put your lives on the line every day protecting our community. On the night of November 19, […]

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Orange County law enforcement agencies will honor our fallen heroes in a virtual ceremony. Details to come.

Please join us in honoring, remembering and paying tribute to the law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty. 

Please join us in honoring, remembering and paying tribute to the law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty.

The Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriff’s (AOCDS) mourns the passing of Dep. Carlos Cammon, who succumbed to injuries sustained at an on-duty OCSD SWAT tryout in July, 2013. Carlos died at a local rehab facility late Friday night, August 23rd. He was 29 when the injury occurred.

An Orange County Superior Court judge has rejected an attempt by the union representing sheriff’s deputies to block the release of disciplinary records under a new state police transparency law. Judge Nathan Scott ruled Thursday that public accountability trumped the Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriffs’ fight to protect the privacy of its members. Scott, however, let stand the seal on personnel documents until March 15 to give the association time to file an appeal.

Active, full-time fire and law enforcement personnel, including EMTs, may receive complimentary admission for themselves and 1 guest (maximum of 2 complimentary admissions will be issued.) Show your specific fire or law enforcement photo I.D. card at the Knott’s Berry Farm main gate to redeem this offer.

Active, full-time fire and law enforcement personnel, including EMTs, may receive complimentary admission for themselves and 1 guest (maximum of 2 complimentary admissions will be issued.) Show your specific fire or law enforcement photo I.D. card at the Knott’s Berry Farm main gate to redeem this offer.

Get your tickets now for the “coolest” law enforcement event of the year. The Anaheim Ducks go head to head against the San Jose Sharks on Law Enforcement Appreciation Night. This event honors the men and women of law enforcement for all they do all year round.

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: